If you haven’t already heard of it, Cult Beauty is a niche online beauty shop selling high-end beauty products, some of which are hard to find anywhere else. Favourites are Anastasia Beverly Hills, Becca Coametics and Huda Beauty. I just had a bit of a splurge at Cult; as a big fan of Anastasisa Beverly Hills Dip Brow Pomade, I finally committed to the Brow Definer too – and I’m never looking back! My parcel arrived within a couple of days – neatly packaged in black tissue, then yesterday I heard the news that Cult are offering a HUGE bag of freebies worth over £150. Read on for my pick of Cult’s products which will successfully have you spending your way to an awesome goody bag. I know I will be.
1. Anastasia Beverly Hills Illuminator in Riviera – £28
With incredible shimmering pigment, ABH’s illuminators offer excellent payoff. Four shades to choose from the Riviera is a rose gold which will suit mid-toned skins. I already have the So Hollywood shade and it is seriously the best highlighter I have ever used. Unfortunately it – along with Starlight – are out of stock on Cult Beauty, but Riviera is on my wish list to add to my collection.
2. Beauty Blender – £16
An absolute must-have for perfect make-up application, I really don’t know what I did before Beauty Blenders! The original sponge can be bought from Cult Beauty for £16 and if well looked after will last months. This magic little egg should be used run under the tap and squeezed out, and allows you to get the best out of your foundation, buffering and smoothing it on without wasting product being soaked into brushes. Perfect for easy contouring and blending.
3. Anastasia Beverly Hills Sable Duo Brow Brush #7 – £14
I bought this little brush the first time when I purchased the Dip Brow Pomade (below) and can safely say with confidence that it’s the best brow brush I have ever used. With firm bristles it’s easy to cut a sharp line, and then buffer colour into your brows for a natural look, while the spoolie on the other end helps brush everything through, dispersing product.
4. Anastasia Beverly Hills Dip Brow Pomade in Chocolate – £15
The holy grail of brows, I first discovered ABH’s pomade a couple of years ago and it’s been a daily go-to ever since. I have the medium brown and chocolate shades, preferring the later to match my red hair better. There are 11 shades on Cult so you’ll be hard pushed not to find a perfect match. I’ve been on the same pot for over a year too, so it’s definitely excellent value for money.
5. Becca Cosmetics Shimmering Skin Perfector in Moonstone – £32
I just bought the shade Pearl which is a beautiful multi-toned shimmering powder, so light and easily blendable it gives awesome subtle glow without any visible glitter. I’m adding the Moonstone shade to my wish list, which I feel would give a slightly warmer glow than Pearl which is definitely better suited to pale skin tones. Soft and silky, a little goes a long way and so I prefer to apply this powder with a fan brush.
To qualify for the free goody bag, you need to spend over £100, this awesome little lot above will take you to £105 and includes free shipping too. Check out the incredible luxury items included below:
If you’re keen on Cult Beauty but not ready to splurge £100, you stil get free shipping on orders over £50, and two luxury samples to choose from too. I went for Becca Cosmetics Shimering Skin Perfector in Pearl, Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Definer in Chocolate and Huda Beauty lashes in Samantha #7.