MeMeMe Beat The Blues Reviews
Product Type: MeMeMe makeup
Newest Review: ... on going into my local Superdrug, I was pleasantly surprised at the £4 odd price tag, which is only a fraction of the price ... more
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Customer MeMeMe Beat The Blues Reviews (5)
by - written on 30/01/08 (Very useful, 2200 readings)
This is a review I'm actually very excited about writing and that is because I want to tell the world about this amazing product! Some of you may have heard me mention it before, I find it difficult not to mention it as I love it so much. If you are one of the Benefit Highbeam or Moonbeam devotees then read on, believe me your bank balances will thank me! Back before I had ever tried the Benefit versions, and didn't have enough money to either, I'd read in magazines about this Benefit copycat brand MeMeMe, which was new to Superdrug last year, that had products that both looked like, and acted like products such as Benetint and Highbeam. Now before my holiday ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/07/09 (Very useful, 414 readings)
I am a Benefit fan but sometimes wonder if the prices are just because of the brand name. When MeMeMe launched some Benefit copycat products, I was very tempted by the Beat The Blues highlighter lotions. I had a trial of Benefit's highbeam and thought it was a great product, but not one I went to on a daily basis. It's an extra that makes me think 'If I'm using a shimmery liquid highlighter, why don't I go the full hog and use all my other products.' I like many will use quite a few products on a daily basis, but these are the general minimum (aka foundation, concealer, liner, mascara, blusher, lip shades, maybe some gloss and shadows on some days...). So the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/05/08 (Very useful, 911 readings)
I bought this product a couple of months ago, after reading missixty's review on it. She described it as a cheaper version of Benefit's moonbeam, which appealed to me, as that's a product I've wanted to try for ages, but can't quite bear to part with in excess of £15 for it, as I don't think it would be something I'd use on a daily basis. I actually had quite a problem finding this product. I knew that the mememe brand is stocked by Superdrug, but I could not find this product in either the Sunderland or the Metro Centre stores, both of which are fairly large branches of Superdrug. I eventually found it in the Newcastle store - it was the last bottle, and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/08/10 (Very useful, 242 readings)
It seems that whenever I open one of my magazines everyone is talking about the "Benefit High Beam" product so Ive had it on my amazon wish list for ages until a good friend of mine told me to use this one instead. She had used both of them and claimed that although this one is much cheaper it is also much better and she rarely steers me wrong on make-up products so I thought Id give this "MeMeMe Beat The Blues" a try instead as even if it wasn't that great I a) didn't have anything to compare it to and b) hadn't spent that much money on it. Thankfully though in my experience this has been a fantastic product and one that now I have no idea how I ever Read the complete review
by - written on 13/03/11 (Somewhat useful, 118 readings)
Strange enough, I bought this product after sitting opposite a women on a train who was applying it. She looked tired beforehand, and one slick of Beat the Blues and she looked fresh and perky! So, on going into my local Superdrug, I was pleasantly surprised at the £4 odd price tag, which is only a fraction of the price of products I usually buy. I now swear by this product, on cheek bones, brow bones and on a night out a slick across the collar bone. I am in love! The only disadvantage I find, is that if it is applied to genorously, it can become slightly glittery, and people can clearly see that your fresh glow is fake. But that aside, i would happily recommend this ... Read the complete review
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