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Poundland opened its first store in 1990, and now has 400 stores around the UK. It offers a range of over 3,000 products, many big brands, at 1.

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Can you find 'em? 1 beauty bargainsIncl Mark Hill hair care, OPI nail polish and Hard Candy glitter

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Marilyn Monroe said "a smile is the best make up any girl can wear". After reading this to the girls on the deals desk, the general feedback was "RUBBISH!" So if your smile isn't quite making you as beautiful as Marilyn, you could try popping into a pound shop and picking up some £1 branded beauty bits. The bonus is, you'll be so pleased with your bargains you'll be positively grinning!

What we found in-store at Poundland...

  • Revlon, Neon nail art (next cheapest we found £8 at Boots)
  • Sally Hansen, Salon Effect nail polish strips (we found them in 'Glitz Blitz and Kitty Kitty) (next cheapest we found £8 at Boots)
  • Sally Hansen, Sugar coat nail polish (next cheapest we found £7 at Boots)
  • Calvin Klein, Sheer creme eyeshadow (next cheapest we found £3.98 at Fragrance Direct)
  • Collection 2000, Glam Crystals gel liner (next cheapest we found £2.99 at Superdrug)
  • NYC, Liquid eyeliner (next cheapest we found £2.49 at Superdrug)
  • Mark Hill, De-Frizz Shine shampoo 75ml (these particular products are discontinued, but  similar 50ml Mark Hill items cost between £2 and £6)
  • Mark Hill, Heat Protection conditioner 75ml
  • Mark Hill, straightening cream 75ml
  • Mark Hill, straightening balm 75ml
  • Mark Hill, shine moisturising conditioner 75ml
  • Mark Hill, Beautiful Blonde conditioner 75ml

 

What we found at Poundworld...

  • OPI, Shatter nail lacquer (we found three shades) (next cheapest we found £8 at Fragrance Direct )
  • Hard Candy, eye shadow stick (two in pack) (next cheapest we found £8 together at Fragrance Direct)
  • Elegant Touch, Metallic fake nails (next cheapest we found £6 at Superdrug)
  • Hard Candy, Fortune sweet and shiny lip gloss (next cheapest we found £3.50 Fragrance Direct)
  • Sally Hansen, Magnetic nail colour - (only sold in-store at Walmart in the US)
  • Hard Candy, Gliterarzi eye gel (only sold in-store at Walmart in the US)
  • Hard Candy, Show Girl loose glitter (only sold in-store at Walmart in the US)

 

 

We've not been able to get exact stock levels for all of the items, so don't be surprised if you can't find certain items in your local store.

More info

Poundshops have loads of hidden branded gems. They are often discontinued stock, out of season, or from different countries - but all still good!

Can cosmetics go off? The British Skin Foundation says:

"Cosmetic products will remain safe to use provided they are stored under suitable conditions and not subjected to extreme temperatures."

"To ensure the maximum durability of cosmetic products, they should be stored in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight and with the lids firmly closed."

It also said the use by date on cosmetics, is from when you open the product. So if it says 18 mths on the box, it should last for 18 months from when you open it, provided it's been stored correctly.

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1 stand-up comedy DVDsIncl Michael McIntyre, Lee Evans, Peter Kay and Billy Connolly

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Of all the days you could do with a laugh, it has to be Valentine's Day.  All that pressure to spend lots of cash can wipe the smile off any MoneySaver's face.

But in Poundland, you can get stand-up comedy DVDs for a quid each. So you can stay in and stick on a DVD - no cash wasted!

We found in our local store:

  • Billy Connolly, You Asked For It [2011] (cheapest elsewhere £3.75)
  • Andy Parsons, Gruntled Live [2011] (£2.99)
  • Jason Manford, Live [2011], (£2.19)
  • Ross Noble, Nobleism [2009] (£6)
  • Lee Nelson's, Well Good Show [2011] (£2.93)
  • Peter Kay, Live [2011] (£4.75)
  • Lee Evans, Access All Arenas [2009] (£2.64)
  • Chris Addison, Live [2011] (£3.14 elsewhere)
  • Russell Kane, Smokescreens and Castles [2011] (£3.43)
  • Michael McIntyre, Hello Wembley! [2009] (£2.87)

 

We've been in touch with Poundland, which told us the DVDs are available nationwide and it has over 60,000 in stock.

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1 branded beauty bargainsIncl Stila, Rimmel, Max Factor, Eylure and OPI

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As the wonderful Dolly Parton said: "It costs a lot of money to look this cheap". And she's right, buying make-up isn't easy on the pocket.

So we've done the glamorous job of scouring our local pound shops looking for branded beauty bargains. Some are discontinued (they were the hottest trends once, so we think anyway) and others are still in the shops with a big price tag.

Click the image below to see our haul:

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Poundworld

  • Stila sheer colour tinted moisturiser 50ml - 21 elsewhere online
  • Boholash, Salonsystem diamond false lashes - 7.99 elsewhere online
  • Elegant Touch Union Jack nails - 6.45 at Boots
  • OPI nail shatter 15ml - RRP 13, but we've seen them for 4.49 delivered
  • Miss Eylure false eyelashes - 4.09 at Superdrug
  • NYC false lashes - 2.99 at Superdrug

Poundland

  • Rimmel Wake Me Up mousse - 5 at Tesco
  • Rimmel Glam Eyes trio - 4.99 (incl delivery) elsewhere online
  • TOWIE false eyelashes - 13 for a 3-pack elsewhere online, so about 4 each
  • Calvin Klein sheer creme eyeshadow - RRP 1.50, but we saw it for 5 elsewhere online
  • Rimmel 60 seconds nail polish - was 3.70 at Tesco, now 2.70

This is what we found in our local stores. Speaking to Poundland and Poundworld, they say you can get these items in most stores, while stocks last.

Can cosmetics go off?

The British Skin Foundation says:

"Cosmetic products will remain safe to use provided they are stored under suitable conditions and not subjected to extreme temperatures."

"To ensure the maximum durability of cosmetic products, they should be stored in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight and with the lids firmly closed."

It also said the use by date on cosmetics, is from when you open the product. So if it says 18 months on the box, it should last for 18 months from when you open it, provided it's been stored correctly.

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1 HDMI cables at PoundlandThey're just as effective as 20+ ones

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Go to your nearest Poundland store and hunt for the 1 cables. Poundland says they are available all year round in all of its 400 stores. The Poundland HDMI cable is 1m long and can be used to connect your PC to your TV, so you can watch online content on your big screen.

MSE Becca says:

There's no point spending 20+ on a HDMI cable when tests have shown there's no difference in picture between the most expensive cables and the cheapest - techy website Cnet and The Gadget Show agree.

More info
For more info on how to connect your PC to your TV, read the Online Movie Streaming guide.

Let us know if you manage to nab a 1 HDMI cable. Report back in the forum.

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Although Section 75 doesn't apply to debit cards there is something else to fall back on if you paid on a Visa debit or electron card, or Visa credit card under £100 (otherwise go for Section 75). Known as Visa Chargeback, this is part of Visa's internal rules and not a legal requirement. Full details of Section 75, chargeback and how to claim in the Section 75 Refunds guide.

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