Budget Beauty We Love: Catrice's New 'Denim Divine' Collection

The denim jean is a fashion legend, a stalwart staple of ladies (and gents) across the world (it can be tough picking the right style for you, but we can also help with that). As an homage to one of the hardest-working fashion items of today, Catrice Cosmetics are launching their new Limited Edition Denim Divine collection, launching in Penneys stores and pharmacies this April. We've always loved the budget-friendly beauty brand - their products don't skimp on quality, and they are a dream for us broke gals too.

Inspired by denim's versatility and domination of the Spring Summer catwalks, Denim Divine will be available for a limited time only from mid-April to mid-May 2016. The collection doesn't disappoint; its colour palette ranges from midnight blue to soft nudes and browns (ideal for daily wear), and with an injection of bold, fresh red and coral nuances. Hero products from the range include the Eye Shadow Palette, featuring six highly pigmented new powder eyeshadows, and a Bronzer, which can also be used for contouring, designed in a unique jean-like pattern. And the best bit? You won't have to wait until pay day to purchase these beauty goodies as all items come in at under €10. Win.

Have a look at some of our favourites from the collection below and in our gallery above. Be ready to form an orderly queue when it launches next month.

Eye Shadow Palette, €7.95

Catrice Denim Divine Eyeshadow Palette, RRP €7.95


This handy palette contains?a'multitude of silky textures. All shades are highly pigmented powder eyeshadows ranging from soft nudes and fresh apricot to brown and bronze tones, as well as a dark indigo shade, perfect for taking your look from day to night.?

Liquid Eyeliner, €3.50?

Catrice Denim Divine Liquid Eyeliner, RRP €3.50

This liquid eyeliner in dark blue delivers a cool matt texture with long-lasting results. The fine brush applicator allows accurate application?and as with the eyeshadows, the strength of pigmentation here doesn't disappoint.

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