GIVE your messy make-up collection an easy makeover.
With these simple tips and tidy buys your unruly pots and pallets can get a whole new look.
BEAUTY BLITZ: The first step to making sense of your make-up collection is to have a clear out.
Anything broken, unused, out of date, discoloured or lacking a lid must go.
Look out for the open-lid symbol that tells you how long a product will last once opened.
ORDER, ORDER: Simple storage can bring order to an overflowing make-up collection.
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Transparent boxes and bags are the answer to laying your hands on long-lost items.
At Superdrug you can buy one item and get another half price from a range of make-up accessories.
The deal includes a set of three clear make-up bags, £9.99, and a Studio London cosmetics organiser, also £9.99.
CLEAN SWEEP: A weekly wash should stop your brushes becoming a breeding ground for bacteria.
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You can get special liquids that do the job.
At Boots, Clinique’s Make-Up Brush Cleanser is down from £15 to £13.50 or Wilko’s cleaning solution is £2 and is on a buy-four-for-the-price-of-three deal with other items.
You could simply use a mild shampoo to do the job for even less.
Only wash the brush tip so you don’t weaken the glue that holds it in place.
WHAM BAM: Stock up on reusable make-up remover pads to be kinder to the planet and save you money in the long term.
A pack of ten bamboo pads from Wilko, which come with their own little bag for the washing machine, are £3.
Store them in style in a glass jar with a cork lid, £3 from B&M.
SPAT-ACTULAR IDEA: To get the last little bit out of tubes of cosmetics or lipsticks, a reusable make-up spatula is your friend.
You can buy a set of four Hagbou mini beauty spatulas from Amazon for £4.98.
- All prices on page correct at time of going to press. Deals and offers subject to availability.
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BRING all the fun of the beach indoors for winter with the Sandsational beginners’ sand set, half price at M&S, down from £29.99 to £14.99.
LIFT the lid on the new ELF Good Vibes Only eyeshadow pallet in Hey Sunshine, £4.
BOOK a pub table for the Guinness Six Nations rugby tournament for a chance to win £10,000 or one of 200 £50 gift cards.
To enter, pre-book online to watch a match at a participating Greene King sports pub by March 10.
The tournament starts on Saturday.
WITH its velvet shade and classy fringing, the yellow lampshade from Oliver Bonas, above, is a bright buy, at £65.
But the £43.99 price of B&Q’s version, below, takes the spotlight.
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TEACHERS, nurses and others working in or retired from public sector or civil service roles can enjoy huge savings on days out with Boundless membership.
It costs £32 a year and gives money off attractions and restaurants.
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KEEP up the new year healthy-eating habit with selected WW chilled meals down from £2.99 to £2.50 at Morrisons.
All are under 400 calories. Offer ends today.
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