Vogue Williams confesses to being a ‘foundation snob’ before discovering this £7 bargain base
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When it comes to style and beauty, Vogue Williams has it all. The former model, who recently welcomed her second child with husband Spencer Matthews, is known for her glowing complexion and flawless make-up.
That’s why when we heard that Vogue, 35, had revealed her favourite new foundation, we were all ears — especially when we heard it was under £7!
Speaking to fans on her Instagram story, the gorgeous star raved about her newest beauty discovery – Catrice Cosmetics True Skin Hydrating Foundation, £6.95 here.
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In the short clip shared with her 829k followers, the mum-of-two appeared overjoyed with the bargain buy, claiming she is “very impressed” with the new formula.
“I have to admit I am a bit of a foundation snob and would normally only buy or use expensive foundations,” Vogue says, “but I have been sent this and I just can’t believe how good it is.”
The star is no stranger to sharing her beauty favourites – usually made up of high-end, luxury products with a hefty price tag.
Earlier this year, Vogue revealed the contents of her make-up bag, which included Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter, £34 here – which Vogue claimed was the secret to her glowing skin.
When it comes to foundation, the star usually favours Estée Lauder Double Wear Light, £34 here.
Both the Catrice Cosmetics foundation and the Estée Lauder version claim to give a natural, matte finish – with added ingredients such as hyaluronic acid to keep the skin nourished.
But by switching to the cheaper version, Vogue will be saving over a whopping £27.
Here’s exactly what Vogue Williams uses to get perfect skin – including this cult Charlotte Tilbury glow-booster
Speaking about the bargain formula, the star says, “It’s £6.95 a bottle and it literally lasts all day!”
If that’s not enough of a selling point, products by the brand are completely vegan and cruelty-free – and nothing from the range costs more than £15.
Vogue isn’t the only celeb raving about Catrice’s products, as Made in Chelsea’s Georgia Toffolo was equally impressed with the budget range.
Last month, the reality star was seen raving about Catrice Cosmetics Liquid Camouflage High Coverage Concealer, £3.49 here.
The former “queen of the jungle” claimed she bought a “job lot” of the product after trying it for the first time.
“I was seriously surprised at how all the products really perform at such a low price point,” Georgia said.
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