Mrs Hinch reveals the two Primark products she swears by for her lips

SHE IS famed for her impressive cleaning tips, but now Mrs Hinch has started sharing her beauty secrets too.

The social media star – whose real name is Sophie Hinchcliffe – revealed the two Primark products she uses to get her lips looking great.

In a post on her Instagram Story, the 'cleanfluencer' gave her 3.2m fans an insight into her skincare routine.

The mum-of-one shared a picture of the budget store's 'PS… Lip Hydration Drops' and 'PS…Liquid Lip Scrub'.

Captioning the snap, she wrote: "I'm still using these little beauts every morning from @primark. 10/10 from me!"

The star also revealed she had stocked up on products from affordable brand The Ordinary – which you can buy in Boots.

Mrs Hinch shared that she had their 'Squalene Cleanser', 'Natural Moisturising Factors + HA' and 'Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5' on the way.

It comes after Sophie told her fans she uses an £8.99 Maybelline concealer.

She filmed herself putting on her everyday make-up and shared the routine to her Instagram Story, also detailing other products she uses.

Speaking to the camera behind the 'Gretel' filter, she gave her feedback on a Bare Minerals powder that cost £23.80.

I'm still using these little beauts every morning.

The star said: "This stuff is good but expensive so I won't lie I won't be buying it again. Better use it up. No waste here!"

She then topped off her look with a £19 mascara by Iconic and Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray, priced at £20.80.

Sophie said: "Don't really have a fave mascara, just use whatever is in the drawer, but this Iconic one is amazing."

She continued: "The one and only setting spray – Urban Decay All Nighter. This stuff is amazing."

In other beauty news, we told you B&M's £1.99 cloths remove make-up using just water.

We also revealed how Dyson has launched a cordless Corrale hair straightener that promises 50 per cent less damage.

And a fake tanner has gushed over Garnier tinted moisturiser that gives a natural glow.

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