15 Products Really Ree Buys On Repeat

As an established and trusted influencer in the beauty world, Really Ree – real name Anne Marie Lodge – has the enviable task of road testing all the latest launches. Because she knows exactly what works and where to spend your money, we asked her to share the products she wouldn’t be without…

All products on this page have been selected by our editorial team, however we may make commission on some products.


Clinique Even Better Clinical Serum Foundation, £34

“A new discovery, this foundation is so easy to apply and blend, but the best thing about it is its natural, dewy finish. There’s zero shine, just glowing skin, and the formula lasts well, too. Plus, it’s packed with a range of skincare benefits to keep your complexion hydrated and healthy. It’s my new go-to and, without a doubt, a repeat buy for the future. Other personal favourites include Light Wonder from Charlotte Tilbury, Estée Lauder’s Futurist and Dior’s Forever Nude.” Available at LookFantasic.com


Charlotte Tilbury Eyes to Mesmerise, £22

“The Charlotte Tilbury pots are some of my favourite eyeshadows. I love all the shades, though the ‘Pillow Talk’ colour is my new go-to. They’re so easy to apply and make me look like I’m good at applying eye make-up, which I’m not confident about at all.” Available at CharlotteTilbury.com


Hourglass Unlocked Mascara, £29 

“It’s just brilliant and stands the test up under all kinds of conditions. This and Lancôme’s Hypnose are both constants in my make-up bag – I’ve repurchased them more times than I can count.”  Available at CultBeauty.co.uk


Lancôme Teint Idole Ultra All Over, £25

​“This concealer is incredibly natural-looking, but the coverage still means you can skip foundation. It’s always in my make-up bag – I probably have a spare in most of my handbags, too.”  Available at LookFantastic.com


Tom Ford Reflects Gilt Duo, £62

“Highlighter is one of my favourite products, which explains why I have so many, but every time I wear this one, people ask what’s giving me such good glow. It creates the effect of glass skin without being too reflective or opaque – it’s beautiful.   Available at LookFantastic.com


Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter, £34

“I’m not that reliant on primers, because I believe a good foundation should perform well on its own. However, I do like to wear this primer from Charlotte Tilbury under my foundation, or concealer, if I need to boost the glow. Sometimes, it’s even enough worn alone.” Available CultBeauty.co.uk


Guerlain Terracotta Bronzer, £39

“This is my staple bronzing product – I’ve used it for years. It has this addictive holiday scent and applies so evenly, and lasts well on the skin. I love the new Terracotta Nude for a more glow-y look. I’ve already bought back-ups of that one.”   Available at JohnLewis.com


NARS Orgasm Blush, £33

“This is such a flattering shade – pinky peach with a lovely glow. It will always be my favourite blusher.”  Available at LookFantastic.com   


Glossier Boy Brow, £14

“I don’t mess with my brows too much, but when I do want to shape and define them a bit, my favourite product is Glossier’s Boy Brow. It’s so easy to use and a single swipe offers instant definition. I also like to fill them in with a pencil – like Laura Mercier’s Brown Pencil in Soft Brunette. It comes with a good spoolie.”  Available at Glossier.com


Kerastase Elixir Ultime, £33.90

“This is always in my bathroom. I’ve gone through bottles and bottles because it gives my hair such impressive shine. It can be used on both dry and wet hair – whatever works for you. It’s great for slicking hair back into a bun as well.” Available at LookFantastic.com


Monpure Shampoo & Conditioner, £36

“When my scalp begins to play up, I turn to this duo. The two work together to reduce irritation with strengthening peptides and keratin. My hair always feels much more revived afterwards, with better bounce and softness.”    Available at OxygenBoutique.com


Augustinus Bader The Cleansing Balm, £55

“This works so well to remove every little bit of make-up, but doesn’t make my eyes sting or go blurry – which is an issue I have with a lot of cleansers. It’s gentle and wakes up my skin in no time. The same goes for the Elemis Pro-Collagen Energising Marine Cleanser.” Available at CultBeauty.co.uk


Bioeffect EGF Hydrating Cream, £90

“I love this cream which can be used both day and night to hydrate, plump and soften the skin. It’s my everyday go-to, but especially when my complexion needs some TLC. I swear by the brand’s body serum, too. It’s the only product which has successfully improved my knee wrinkles! Even though it’s a serum, it has lots of moisturising properties, so you never need to use a lotion on top.”  Available Bioeffect.co.uk


Marie Reynolds Anoint Oil, £25

“This is the ultimate SOS product. When I had an allergic reaction, it was the only thing that worked to calm and soothe my skin. For that reason, I’m never without it.”  Available at MarieReynoldsLondon.com


Dior Rouge Dior in 100, £32

“A beautiful, soft nude, you’ll never find me without Dior’s Rouge Lipstick in 100. The colour is flattering on everyone and really goes the distance.”  Available Selfridges.com

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