Bourjois Healthy Balance Powder (review) - £8.99.
Started with the most expensive product of the bunch but still a great budget find as this feels just like a high end powder. It's so finely milled and has an almost creamy texture to it. It sets your base really nicely yet doesn't leave the skin feeling powdery or cakey. This keeps my skin matte yet still leaves a natural glow to the skin.
Seventeen Phwoarr Paint (review) - £5.49.
This is a rediscovered favourite and i'm loving it even more now. This is a heavy duty concealer and can covering anything under the eyes yet doesn't feel cakey or look too heavy under the eyes. I don't find it creases either and the shade Fair is perfect for pale skinned girls.
Makeup Revolution Vivid Baked Blush in Loved Me The Best - £2.50.
I haven't tried much from Makeup Revolution but this blush definitely makes me want to try more. The formula is really nice, it's well pigmented and so easy to apply onto the cheeks. The shade itself is a lovely berry colour with a slight sheen to it so it makes the face look really healthy and glowing.
Rimmel Moisture Renew Lipstick in Glam Plum Fulham - £6.49.
The formula of this lipstick is so nice it feels like it should be a high end product. It's creamy and moisturising so it feels really comfortable on the lips yet doesn't bleed. The shade is the perfect plum, berry shade which is perfect for this time of year.
Maybelline Color Drama Intense Velvet Lip Pencil (review) - £4.99.
This is a new release from Maybelline which I can't get enough of. I've been loving matte lips recently and the pencil style packaging of these makes them so easy to apply but also means they can double up as lip liners. There's a great shade range, with a good mix of nudes and brighter shades. I have Minimalist which is a nudey pink and Light It Up which is a bright red.
So those are my recently budget beauty finds. What affordable makeup finds have you discovered recently?