- Never mind department store beauty halls, the supermarket is the new hotspot for cosmetic launches. Amid the fresh veg and tins of beans, there’s own-brand skincare with science behind it, on-trend colour cosmetics and haircare to rival salon brands. MERL
Supermodel Kendall sported dramatic winged eyeliner for the Tom Ford catwalk show. Get this season’s look with one of these liners. TESCO’S own-brand Scosmetics have various ranges for all skin concerns, all in simple, sleek packaging, with prices crazily low.
Nothing is more than £7. Pick up a full skincare regime for £10.
If you need something for an oilier complexion, their face scrub, cleansing lotion, cleansing gel and moisturising fluid are all just £2.50 each.
George Precision eyeliner, www.asda.com A no-nonsense, budget-friendly, easy-to-apply felt tip liner with staying power. Pixi Endless Silky Pen in Glimmery Black, www.marks and spencer.com. A creamy gel crayon that glides on easily with no dragging and se