B&M have released a new make-up range that includes lip balm flavoured as your favourite cocktail or cupcake – for as little as £2.49.
The purse-pleasing collection also includes affordable eyeshadow palettes and nail polish kits, which are sure to catch the eye of beauty lovers.
Nothing in the range costs more than £8.99 – which is great news for budget beauty fans.
The lip balm sets each include six different flavours in the two lip-smacking themes – and each kit costs £2.49.
The cocktail collection includes Prosecco, gin and tonic, mojito, pink fizz, pina colada and cherry cosmopolitan.
Or perhaps you have more of a sweet tooth – in which case the vanilla buttercream, cookies and cream, gingerbread, salted caramel, angel cake or raspberry ripple balms may be more up your street.
And perfect for festive parties coming up on the horizon is the glitter nail polish stick in the shape of a candy cane, which costs £3.99.
For this price you get seven different glitter shades, including pink, purple, silver and gold.
The seven-piece product also comes in a star wand shape, for the same price.
Their new Fab-You-Lous Eye Shadow Deluxe Cosmetic Set, costing £4.99, provides a whole collection of beauty treats for the party season.
These include an eyeshadow palette, two lip glosses, three nail polishes, one eye liner and a lip pencil.
And the Fab-You-Lous Eye Glitter Deluxe Cosmetic Set has one glitter eye palette and eight shiny nail polishes.
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Meanwhile for those wanting to contain all their beauty essentials in a mini travel case, the £8.99 Glam Oval Vanity Case is jam-packed with cosmetic goodies.
These include two eyeshadows, two lip glosses, two lipsticks, two blushers, one powder compact, two sponges, one eyeshadow brush, one eyeshadow sponge, one lip brush and a blusher brush.
The best news is you don’t have to wait long to get your hands on the new items, as they can currently be bought in stores or online.
And B&M aren’t the only supermarket to offer cheap and cheerful beauty products.
Shoppers flocked to Aldi when they launched their Lacura Caviar face mask and Lidl’s products have also impressed.
We recently revealed the top make-up trends for this Autumn, from statement blusher to just kissed lips.