You don’t need to splash out for flawless-looking skin. Pristine packaging and a designer tag can have us dolling out the cash for overpriced products that, often enough, are little different from their cheaper counterparts. So if your bank balance is looking a little unloved, or you’re simply looking to save some money, these are the best drugstore foundations all under £20 that will have you looking like a million dollars.
There’s a reason this foundation has become a favourite with beauty bloggers; not only does it give uh-mazing coverage, but it lasts all day.
A light weight formula, this foundation is a great pick if you’re looking for a natural-looking finish with minimal shine.
Boots’ affordable makeup brand boasts some great products, and this foundation is no exception. Not sure which shade is for you? No.7 offers a ‘matching’ service in store, so you can get the perfect fit.
If you’re looking for an I-woke-up-like-this finish, then this product fits the bill. Not only does it blend beautifully, but it gives a light/medium coverage and prevents shine. It’s only flaw is that I had to reapply in the afternoon as it wore off a little, but for the price it’s a definite must.
As a keen Netflix-until-the-sun-rises kinda girl, this dewy foundation is my skin’s saviour on groggy mornings. With a hint of glitter (always a plus), its bright finish is enough to banish dark circles and fool any suspecting colleagues/friends/lecturers.
Oily skin can be a burden when you’re foundation-hunting. Will it stick? Will it highlight my pores? Will it minimise oiliness? Yes, my friend, yes it will. This product has long-been a regular in my makeup bag. Not only does it reduce the appearance of pores but it has a lovely matte finish. Win win.
Revlon have aced the foundation stakes with this long-wearing formula for oily skin. As someone who’s prone to spots, I’m always on the lookout for a product that doesn’t clog pores and this kept my breakouts at bay.
A great all-rounder, this foundation neither highlights dry patches or rubs off oily skin. Better still, I found no need to reapply later in the day.
Struggle with dryness? This is the foundation for you. With full coverage and a slightly dewy finish, the foundation’s only flaw is that you may need to touch up after lunch.
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