I'm a celeb skincare expert the high-street budget beauty tools that are worth the money & prices start from £2.50 | The Sun

WITH so many beauty gadgets on the market, it's hard to know which ones are really any good.

But luckily, celeb skincare expert Liz Earle has headed down to her local high street and sifted out the budget beauty tools that are really worth buying, so that you don't have to.

And the best part of all? Prices start from just £2.50.

In a clip shared to TikTok (@lizearlewellbeing), she begins: "You might have seen me talk about dermaplaning."

Holding up 'Wilkinson Sword Intuition Perfect Finish Women's Eyebrow Styling & Facial Shaving,' she continues: "These are really good.

"Set of three for £2.50 – not bad. It'll do the trick!"


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The skincare pro then moves onto the 'Boots dual end brow brush,' which retails at the bargain price of just £4.

It features an angled brush head to define and fill brows and a spoolie for grooming.

"This is a really good eyeshadow brush," she enthuses.

"It's one of my favourites, actually.

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"It's shaped and it's very precise, so it's very good for eyebrows.

"And you can use it just for your upper lid to give you that little tiny cat flick."

The skincare whizz then goes on to spot a deal which includes a whole set of seven brushes for just £11.

"That's really good," she says.

"And it's got the shaping one in it as well."

Next, Liz addresses her social media users and notes how a really good pair of tweezers is "essential."

"This is a great brand – Tweezerman," she says.

"It's really well made.

"I've had a pair of these for 20 years – it just goes on and on."

The 'Tweezerman Mini Slant Tweezer' in pink, which costs £15, features perfectly aligned, hand-filed tips that are guaranteed to grab the hair every time.

The skincare whizz then picks up a velvet scrunchie which is priced at a very reasonable £3.50 and comes in red, navy or black.

"These are really good…I love these," she says.

"Velvet – nice for the winter!

"They're really nice and soft on the hair…I wear these all the time and they really keep the hair in good condition.

"They don't damage it, they don't break it, and you can sleep in them."

Moving on, Liz, who says she talks about dry body brushing "all the time," then picks up a "really good one," which she says has a "nice long handle so you can do your back perfect."

The Botanics body brush, which is priced at £6.50, has natural, plant-based bristles to cleanse and exfoliate the body and help you feel invigorated.

And the skincare whizz concludes by holding up a £3.50 'Botanics Sisal And Bamboo Buffer,' which claims to "massage the body to help remove impurities."

The only product description reads: "The textured sisal mesh helps to smooth and the soft bamboo cloth helps to polish the body to promote soft, smooth skin."

Liz explains: "You use it in the shower…you can use it wet.

"It's got a nice soft side when you're cleaning the skin.


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"And it just really helps to buff and polish – it gets rid of all the lumps and bumps.

"And actually, it's really good to prolong a tan if you're back from summer holidays."

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