Beauty Pie Is The New Subscription Service That Will Get You Luxury Products At Huge Discounts
While subscription beauty boxes always provide a plethora of gorgeous products, there's no guarantee that the shades provided will compliment our skin tones or whether the formulas will target our complexion woes.
But new subscription service Beauty Pie is gaining a huge following, however it's nothing like you will have seen before.
Instead of signing yourself up to a monthly box of goodies chosen for you by the brand, you subscribe for access to the site, which promises quality products for a fraction of the price.
It costs £10 a month at a minimum of three months, but when you're in you have access to hundreds of make-up, beauty tools skincare and candles.
So, rather than getting a box of five products every month for £10, you can get your hands on beautifully scented candles for £12 instead of £40 and a £100 anti-ageing cream for £11.
£22 strobing sticks are just £4.14, £30 foundations in an array of different shades to suit different skin tones are £7.08.
But how come it's all so cheap?
The woman behind Beauty Pie, Marcia Gilgore who created Bliss, FitFlop and Soap & Glory, says that almost every luxury product is made in a just a few cosmetic labs.
So she purchases her products straight from those labs like all the other big names in the industry do too.
Beauty Pie is essentially skipping out the middle man, and ensuring that all the prices stay as low as the customer would like.
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Here's some of our favourite picks from the site:
Flawless foundation blending sponge duo - typical price £15, members pay £4.38
Luxury pro basics makeup brush kit - typical price £80, members pay £18.38
Everyday great skin foundation - typical price £30, members pay £7.09
Super healthy skin ultimate anti-aging skincare set - typical price £150, members pay £22.03
White peach, jasmine and must luxury candle - typical price £40, members pay £12.94
While the £10 monthly subscription charge might put some people off, it's likely that you'll still be saving money even if you're only buying one product.
Featured Image Credit: Instagram/Beauty Pie
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