When I mentioned the Bargain January series to my sister she said I have to include MUA bronzer that she snapped up in Superdrug.
So here's the deal - fully-functioning bronzer for £1.
It comes in see-through packaging, which means its easy to grab the shade you want.
It's not going to win any style awards, but i think the MUA embossed on the powder itself is a nice touch.
This is shade 03, a warm-toned but not orange pressed powder.
It's quite compacted, but also has a good colour payoff which is buildable. For me, that's good news because I can go for a light dusting to take the pasty edge off in January, or tiki-fabulous in July.
Downsides? It doesn't come with a brush - but whoever uses the ones that accompany bronzer anyway?
There's no mirror either but again you're paying £1 so life really isn't that tough.
As I said it's not the most groundbreaking packaging, but then again if you whip this out while out with chums, it's not so cheapie looking that you'll feel conscious about using a £1 bronzer instead of your usual £20something Estée Lauder.
The MUA blusher is also getting some love from my sis, as you can see from the above picture. She says when you hit pan with these powders they do break up a bit.
I think this is the second MUA bronzer Ruth has purchased, and she's quite picky about what she uses so thats a real gold star for MUA products.
Have you ever used MUA products? Any other £1 gems I should know about?