Mrs Hinch (AKA Sophie Hinchliffe) has us not only wanting to spring clean our homes at every opportunity, but also to go shopping for 'bargs' (her word for bargains!) On Wednesday evening, the blonde beauty shared some of her favourite beauty buys right now, and not only are they readily available, but cheap as chips, too.
Sophie shared her fave skincare buys from 2019
Amongst her VO Gold Hydroglow Cream - which you can pick up for £25.99 - there was a tube of Superdrug's Vitamin E Nourishing Eye Cream, which retails for just £3.50.
VO Gold Hydroglow Cream, £25.99, Vitamasques
Asking her 3 million followers (or, Hinchers as she calls them) Sophie said: "So what are your top two beauty products from 2019 that you'll be taking in 2020 guys? These are mine! They're fab! I just love finding random, reasonably-priced products that actually work, instead of those that are popular because of the name and cost a small fortune!"
Vitamin E Eye Cream, £3.50, Superdrug
She also shared a pocket-sized, hand-held mirror, which was adorned with a marble print, that set her back £3.50 from Primark. The mother-of-one also revealed she was suffering from sore lips, so brought a hydrating lip kit from the brand, which included lip drops and a liquid lip scrub, for £2.50.
The influencer showed off her bargain Primark buys, too
Amazing! Speaking about her new purchases, she said: "£6 in total and I think this looks rather expensive! Happy days!"
The Essex native enjoys shopping in Primark. Back in November, she shared a picture of her shooting at a studio, looking as gorgeous as ever in a monochrome outfit, which consisted of a black top, boots from eBay, and a black and white tweed dress, which came from Primark, costing just £13. Considering the dress looked like it could be a pricey buy; we were really surprised it was from the high street store. As well as being from Primark, it was part of her friend Stacey Solomon’s range, which dropped earlier in 2019.
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