Every so often I like to do one of these posts. To sit back and look at everything I put on my face on (more or less) the daily and evaluation truly how much my face is worth. Oh, and I know life is priceless etc, I’m not disputing that. I’m talking about how much I spent on the products that I slap on my face.
Sometimes it’s slightly weird to think of how much money you spend on lotions and potions, but I also love my skincare routine and wouldn’t have it any other way.
I’m not one for overly expensive makeup or skincare, but in the last few years I have started to get into my higher end makeup. I mean back in 2016 the total came to £210.16… I mean I haven’t done the adding up yet, but I assume this will total to far more than that!
A few favourites in there though that I feel worth a mention; No.7 Nourishing Hydration Mask is a firm favourite. It hydrates the skin and leaves the skin looking healthy, while not feeling too heavy! The Anastasia Soft Glam is one of my favourite palettes of all time! The NYX 3 Steps to Sculpt Palette is just beautiful! I’ve actually just finished it, but would 100% repurchase! And then, one of my favourite affordable makeup products is the L’Oreal Infaillible More Than Concealer. Just love this stuff!
So it’s time to total it up!
Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanser – £15.50
Garnier Micellar Water – £4.99
NYX Nip + Fab Glycolic Cleansing Pads – £16.95
No7 Instant Results Nourishing Hydration Mask – £10
Body Shop Vitamin E Hydrating Face Mist – £12 (discontinued)
Eclat Skin EGF Cell Effect Day Moituriser – £59
Dr Botanics Pomegranate Superfood Brightening Eye Serum – £19
Dr Paw Par Multipurpose Balm – £6.95
NYX Honey Dew Me Up Primer – £15
CYO Lifeproof Foundation – £7.50
L’Oreal Infaillible More Than Concealer – £9.99
RCMA The Original No Color Powder – £11.75
NYX 3 Steps to Sculp – £11
NARS Blush in Orgasm – £25
Sleek Highlighter Palette is Solstice – £9.99
Maybelline Brow Ultra Slim Eyebrow Pencil – £7.99
Anastasia Beverly Hill Palette in Soft Glam – £46
L’Oreal Lash Paradise Mascara – £11.99
Mac Lipstick in Velvet Teddy – £17.50
Urban Delay All Nighter Setting Spray – £26
Total – £344.10
I’m really not sure if that was less or more than I thought it would be! It’s certainly more than it was 4 years ago. I mean, realistically per use it’s nowhere near that amount as everything can be used more than once… but it does give you an idea of just how much money I’ve spent!
While I certainly don’t NEED any of these products, I’m beyond happy and lucky to own them. I have, over the years, had the pleasure of trying out many products and some of these are firm favourites (if you want me favs, head here)
How much is your face worth? Or would you rather not know?
3 thoughts on “How Much Is My Face Worth? 2020”
Super interesting thought! I’m curious to know how much mine would be now… haha, great post 😍
I really like this post, very inspired to do something similar so I could see what my total was haha! The Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanser is something I’ve wanted to try for ages but it’s not accessible in my country plus it costs a bomb when the currency is converted!
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I have always loved these posts, it has been such a long time since I did this and I would hate to even think how much mine would be!