30 September 2012

Beauty Chamber Beauty Haul

I love going out shopping but sometimes, I pay more attention to things I want, things I need and things I want to treat myself to when I am shopping online opposed to in a shop. Online shopping for me is better in two ways. You can often find more lines and ranges for a brand online than you can in store. For example, my local Superdrug has a limited line of makeup brands and it doesn't stock Sleek or MUA, so I usually have to order my Sleek or MUA products for their individual Official websites. Secondly, you can get a lot of brands online in the UK, that you can't actually get in store in the UK. So many brands are either limited to department stores with hiked up prices or are simply just not available on the high street. So, for me, shopping online is often far easier, and I end up with more lovely products that I couldn't get on the high street. 

A picture of beauty products from Beauty Chamber
A lot of the time the easiest way to buy hard-to-find brands are OK to get on their own Official websites. But after years of shopping online, it's only the past year or so that I have realised that often, this can be a very expensive option. But fear not - there are now many, many websites around where you can buy lots of different brands and products, for a cheaper price than on the high street or on the brands on Official website. A website just like this that I've stumbled upon only recently is Beauty Chamber. The Beauty Chamber is a small British company born out of a passion for beauty products. The owner of Beauty Chamber, a lovely girl called Kerry, trained as a beauty and makeup therapist and thought opening her own online store of beauty brands was the perfect way to indulge in her lust for beauty! Not only are there a huge array of well known brands such as Korres, to Real Techniques and even Sigma, but Beauty Chamber also offers personal professional customer service and advice. What more could you want in a shopping experience?!

A picture of Nailtiques Formula 2 Nail Protein
I recently got the chance to try a few things available from Beauty Chamber. Korres is a wonderful Greek brand whose products are natural and full of good-for-you ingredients. The Plum Lip Butter from Korres smells absolutely beautiful and has the slightest, subtle tint. You can find it on the Beauty Chamber website here, and it costs £6. Beauty Chamber stock seven shades and scents of those wonderful Lip Butters! I know where I'll be stocking up on Korres Lip Butters in the future... Nailtiques is a brand I was introduced to when I worked in a salon as a hair stylist, and it's a brand I know well and respect. But their products are so hard to find on the high street and I very rarely find them online except for eBay at extortionate prices. Beauty Chamber have the Nailtiques Formula 2 - perfect for week, brittle and peeling nails for just £7.20; half the price of anywhere else I have seen it! 

Real Techniques is a hugely well known, World known in fact, brand now and their brushes are my absolute favourite, but I've never seen them online anywhere except for their Official website, Boots or eBay. Well fear not - Beauty Chamber stock Real Techniques, too! Beauty Chamber stock the entire Real Techniques collection, the fine liner brush costs just £6.99! As well as skincare, body care and hair care, Beauty Chamber also stocks makeup and you can find gorgeous pigment pots from FaceFront cosmetics, which come in a variety of lovely, funky shades for just £7.50 a pot!

You can find the Beauty Chamber website here, and you can also find them on Twitter, here. Will you be shopping with the Beauty Chamber? 
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16 comments

  1. I love shopping online for brands not on the high street Cult Beauty is one of my favourites and Love MakeUp is great too. You can buy RT brushes online at Boots.com, Love MakeUp and I'm pretty sure Beauty Bay stock them too buts obvs best to get them from points as you get your bonus points x

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  2. Love the fine liner brush, so good for gel eyeliner xxx

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  3. I really need to try some of those Korres lip balms!
    Georgina

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  4. nice!:)

    http://laurenlovesmakeupxoxo.blogspot.co.uk/

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  5. This looks a great site, thanks for flagging it up x

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  6. I adore Real Techniques brushes, I think they're amazing quality for the price tag. I wish such a store existed where I live, I dislike how the counter sales person assists me and more often than not the poor and mistaken advise they give me : /

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  7. Thanks for this post hun, the website looks great and I love finding sites like this because like you said local stores do not always have a great stock range :)

    Charlee
    http://charmedcharlee.blogspot.co.uk
    xxxx

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  8. The more and more I see of Korres the more likely it is I'm going to bite the bullet and order something.

    I'm looking forward to trying this brand quite a lot.

    Great post :)

    Amy xx
    http://alittleboatsailing.blogspot.co.uk

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  9. @All Things PrettyI think that Beauty Chamber is the cheapest I have seen for the fine liner brush though :) xo

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  10. @Sophia's BlogI love it! I much prefer it to the liner brush which comes with the starter set xo

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  11. @noireI find so many in store beauty sales staff are awful. Another reason I prefer shopping online xo

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  12. @Charlee GreenhalghGlad you liked it and I hope you enjoy shopping with Beauty Chamber :) xo

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  13. @AmyThey are lovely! I don't think they are as good as the Revlon lip butters, but very lovely all the same! xo

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