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Introducing Beauty Pie – Factory Cost Makeup!

24th February 2017 in Makeup - 11 Comments - 3 min read

Introducing Beauty Pie – Factory Cost Makeup!

24th February 2017 in Makeup - 11 Comments - 3 min read >/div>

Hey Beauties!

It’s not often that I get excited about beauty things these days; it all seems to be the same old same old until an email found its way into my inbox and from the get go I had to try this!
Meet Beauty Pie! A new take on the traditional subscription box, all you have to do is pay £10 a month and you can get some fantastic quality products for factory prices. It seems too good to be true but when I checked it out and did my research it was legit!

Introducing Beauty Pie - Factory Cost Makeup!

Everything that you buy has a non member price and a factory price for example the Great Skin Foundation is £30 for non members and for members you only pay £5.06 which is the factory cost.

Great Skin Foundation reminds me a lot of NARS Sheer Glow it has that really good coverage but still looks gorgeous and glowy!

I can’t believe how smart this is, you get high end quality makeup for an affordable price.

Introducing Beauty Pie - Factory Cost Makeup!
Superglazy Lip Gloss – £19 (£2.16 for Members)
Introducing Beauty Pie - Factory Cost Makeup!

Superglazy Lip Gloss is a gel-oil balm containing lotus flower. I have to admit I’m not a big lip gloss fan I just don’t like how a lot of them can be quite sticky. Superglazy Lip Gloss is a little sticky but not as much as some MAC Lip Glasses that I have tried.

I really like this colour Hello Petal; it’s a really soft pink perfect for everyday wear.

Introducing Beauty Pie - Factory Cost Makeup!
Futurelipstick – Satin – £20 (£2.84 for Members)
Introducing Beauty Pie - Factory Cost Makeup!

Futurelipstick are a pigment rich, uber light and creamy. These lipsticks come in 2 finishes matte and satin the one I got was a Satin Finish and looks rather nice. It’s one of those nude colours that are really in right now it reminds me a lot of Whirl and Soar from MAC if you mixed them together.

I love the packaging for these lipsticks as the lid says Beauty and body of the bullet says Pie so when you put them together it’s the brand name!

Introducing Beauty Pie - Factory Cost Makeup!
One Powder Wonder – £26 (£3.68 for Members)

The One Powder Wonder is said to be “Naked Finish”, Flaw Blurring, Smooth And Luminous.  The One Powder Wonder is the product that really wowed me because it really doesn’t feel like a powder at all, it’s like nothing I’ve ever felt before! It’s so finely milled that, when you apply it, it doesn’t feel like there is any powder on your face.

Introducing Beauty Pie - Factory Cost Makeup!
Uber Volume-boost Mascara – £20 (£1.93 for Members)

I have to admit Uber Volume-boost Mascara is the one product I haven’t tried yet, but I have heard good things about it. It’s supposed to be a volumizing and lengthening formula, infused with collagen for that big lash effect. To be honest at only £1 you can’t really go wrong with this mascara – you won’t be losing out on much if it turns out you don’t like it.

So what do you think of Beauty Pie? I like that you can get the higher end type of products by paying only factory prices which is just fantastic and it makes it all the better that the products that I have tried are all pretty good quality!

You can sign up for Beauty Pie by visiting beautypie.com

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Andrew James

Scottish science nerd obsessed with all things beauty! Creator of The Skincare Saviour, a skincare blog covering everything from reviews, tutorials to busting myths, finding dupes and breaking down trends.

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