Technic Makeup range is a cheap & cheerful and should be an option to experiment with even for those of you are are premium beauty addicts. Their price points allow for a buyer to purchase something they might only use once, like glitter for a Christmas party, OR a product in a colour they aren't sure would suit them.
For example say you've seen a trend for a very smokey, dark eye, but you aren't convinced it would suit you, or if you could have the skill to apply it in their set place. Instead of spending £20 on your favourite premium makeup brand's smokey eye set, you can trial the effect with a little £4 Technic palette. Who knows? It might turn out you like the Technic product more than the £20 premium palette you've been using, because the price may be low, but he pigmentation and quality of the makeup is great.
Another thing Technic's pricing allows, it means they are the patron saint of forgetful travellers! If you've packed for a weekend city break and you've forgotten to bring your blusher or your eyeliner, then head straight for a Technic stockist and paint that bare face for less.
Technic kindly sent me their Lashitude Mascara to try out. It promises three things- volume, length and definition.
The wand is spot on the type of wand I like for mascara. A soft plastic end with bendy bristles that don't soak up and clog with mascara product.
It goes on well, makes a considerable difference and doesn't clump too much.
I used it for a week and it did the job, but personally I'll go back to my Boots' No.7 mascara for daily wear, and maybe keep it as my cheap and cheerful or handbag mascara.
Should you want to buy it and try it too this website has Lashitude for £1.65, a saving of £3.99 off RRP.