Superdrug Star Buys - Makeup Revolution Beauty Advent Calendar (was £40) Now £25 + Free Delivery for Card Holders or Free C+C + Double Points
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Superdrug Star Buys - Makeup Revolution Beauty Advent Calendar (was £40) Now £25 + Free Delivery for Card Holders or Free C+C + Double Points

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Found 2nd Nov 2016Made hot 3rd Nov 2016
One for the makeup junkies ... there's some good offers in Superdrugs star buys, but this advent calendar caught my eye.

It won't make too much of a dent in your wallet, and it's packed with beauty goodies.

The perfect daily treat for any makeup lover. Contains:
6x Lipsticks, 2x Lipglosses 1x Eye Primer, 1x Liquid Highlighter, 3x Mono Eyeshadows 2x Baked Blusher, 1x Highlighter, 1x Anti Shine Balm, 1x Bronzer, 1x Strobe Cream, 1x Face Brush, 1x Mini Foundation Brush, 1x Mini Angled Brush, 1x Mini Eyeshadow Brush, 1x Makeup Mirror , 1x Eyeshadow Palette

Find ALL ⭐️ Star Buys ⭐️ here

They also have this Makeup Revolution 12 Days of Christmas Storage Chest (was £50) Now £35

http://i.imgur.com/dgKzaIX.jpg

14 Comments

Original Poster Editor

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I got a different one last year but unless you wear the colours it's better to buy products you use rather than waste loads.

This was just featured on This Morning before you posted (maybe you were watching lol) and not surprisingly it's out of stock now

little_deal_minx

This was just featured on This Morning before you posted (maybe you were … This was just featured on This Morning before you posted (maybe you were watching lol) and not surprisingly it's out of stock now


Back in stock. Just purchased for my daughter for Xmas. Thank you op x

Oos again lol
Edited by: "ploppymcb" 2nd Nov 2016

Also the Christmas gift guide has a voucher for £2 of points when you spend over £20 instore

Thanks OP just ordered for DD. Now to see if she can actually resist opening the whole thing on the 1st ...

if u go instore theres a £5 voucher in a booklet by tills its off a £50 spend but with all these star buys £50 might be too easy

Agree with my my my. With these makeup only calendars you just end up with a load of makeup you don't use. I much prefer the ones with a mixture of products in with the Ghost edt one superdrug.com/New…710

Autumnella

Agree with my my my. With these makeup only calendars you just end up … Agree with my my my. With these makeup only calendars you just end up with a load of makeup you don't use. I much prefer the ones with a mixture of products in with the Ghost edt one http://www.superdrug.com/New-In2/Ghost-12-Days-of-Christmas-Eau-de-Toilette-Advent-Calendar/p/714710


I'm very cynical, I believe these calendars are made up of all the products no one wants.

I bought my niece a Makeup Revolution bundle a while back (one of their many site promos) and she loves them! She's studying makeup at college and lusts after Lorac, Urban Decay etc but was impressed with the palettes I bought her!

Tempted to get her this but I've already got her a load collected throughout the year for Xmas

I ordered the storage chest as think its better value.

Cheap Chinese ****. They do it every year. Chinese cosmetics are the worst in the world. Remember they poisoned their own children by adulteration of baby milk formula. We have much better cosmetics here made in UK, Europe or USA

sam_of_london

Cheap Chinese ****. They do it every year. Chinese cosmetics are the … Cheap Chinese ****. They do it every year. Chinese cosmetics are the worst in the world. Remember they poisoned their own children by adulteration of baby milk formula. We have much better cosmetics here made in UK, Europe or USA

That's a bit of a blanket statement, and you'll find a lot of big name cosmetics are made in China. Unfortunately.

Here's an example bridgettsbeautyblog.wordpress.com/tag…na/

"There were certain brands I noticed doing the “made in China” thing with their holiday gift sets (Yes, Stila, I’m talking about you…) but it’s happening more and more. I guess as the economy took a downturn, people were looking for ways to save money, both on the corporate and on the consumer side."

"I’m fairly devastated that the Lorac gift set I really wanted is made in China."
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