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The Beauty Bite: The Beauty Bite's Best Of 2010 - Part 2

Sunday, 26 December 2010

The Beauty Bite's Best Of 2010 - Part 2

And so begins round two of our yearly favourites...enjoy!

Max Factor Xperience Weightless Foundation

Since originally reviewing this product back in September, thousands of you have logged onto the Beauty Bite to check out it's credentials. This is by far the foundation I get the most e-mails, messages and comments about - and the general consensus seems to be that you absolutely love it!
With a similar texture to that of Armani's Face Fabric, this long wearing, soft feeling foundation is ideal for providing a perfect natural looking complexion.

Nars Multiple Tint

For some reason the beauty world didn't seem to give these tints the love they deserved; after all, my cheeks literally lived in these sheer pops of jelly coloured goodness for most of the summer. Suitable for use as both a blush and lip colour, these stains last for hours and look unbelievably natural when blended into the skin. Perhaps I was simply blinded by lust, but Turks/Caicos was definitely my holiday romance of the year.

Le Metier De Beaute Magic Lustre Cream

If Paul Daniels was to transform himself into any item of cosmetics, then this is probably what he'd be. Possessing the ability to turn any powder based product into a glistening creme, this sheer and sticky glaze allows you to create your very own make up. By simply mixing a swatch of product with De Beaute's clever formula, you can literally triple your collection in a matter of seconds. Blush for a lip colour? I don't mind if I do...

By Terry Touche Veloutee Highlighting Concealer

Terry De Gunzburg is the brains behind one of the world's most iconic and best selling make up products: Touche Eclat. It's for this reason alone that I struggle to think of anyone who would be better qualified for making a rival. Touche Veloutee is a nourishing botanical affair that both plumps and lifts the under eye, offering far more pigmentation then it's older sibling. Better value for your money (costing £5 more than YSL, you actually get an extra 4ml of product) and beautifully scented, I simply adore this formula.

Nude Advanced Cellular Renewal Serum

I love this product. It leaves my skin positively glowing and is ideal for applying before moisturiser to help repair any damage to my complexion. Without a doubt my number 1 product of the year.

*Don't forget there is still 7 days to claim 20% off a 30ml bottle by using the exclusive Beauty Bite discount code 'perfect skin' when purchasing from*

If you are interested in trying this serum but hate the price then check out Nude's original Advanced Soothing Complex Serum which is currently on sale for £24. Designed to stimulate cell renewal, this will give you a taster for just a fraction of the cost.

So that's it! Those are just 10 of the many, many products that have caught my eye and impressed me greatly throughout the year. What have been your top items of 2010? Share your own lists in the comments below!



At Sunday, December 26, 2010 , Blogger lo said...

ive been debating that foundation for ages, and will probs go grab it now :) great post xx

At Monday, December 27, 2010 , Blogger Jen W said...

great post! the magic lustre cream seems so interesting- I can imagine it would be marvelous with loose pigments.

My favourite products of 2010-
-NARS Sheer Glow
-NARS Heat Wave lipstick
-Smashbox Minx eyeshadow
-Hourglass lipgloss in Hypnotic
-Trilogy gentle exfoliant
-Key's soap solar rx cosmetic sunblock
-Butter London 'La Moss' nail polish

At Monday, December 27, 2010 , Blogger The Beauty Bite said...

@ lo - Let us know what you think! So many readers love it, I really hope it works out well for you.

@ Jen W - Your list is incredible! I can't believe I missed both those Nars items off the BB top 10; Heat Wave is the perfect summer lip.


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