But there’s some bad news for those of us here in the UAE.

She’s our resident beauty guru, so we take anything Huda Kattan recommends as gospel.

And we’re now dying to get our hands on one cheap-as-chips range that’s scored high praise from the makeup artist and entrepreneur.

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The Huda Beauty team have been testing one British-born range this month, and have touted the collection as perhaps “the best thing we discovered this year”.

The line in question comes from Primark, a clothing and accessories high-street store that has branches across the UK and western Europe.

Its beauty collection, launched in 2014 and named PS, includes everything from eyeliners and palettes to foundations and false lashes, with prices starting from as little as £0.60 (Dhs3).

The line impressed the Huda team in a new blog post, with a 28-shade palette and matte metallic liquid lipstick getting rave reviews.

“The colour payoff is not insane, but it’s also not terrible – with a little building up the creams work well enough, although they do crease. You can also pat them on top of cheekbones for a little highlight too,” the post stated.

“The glitters are pretty intense and actually have amazing staying power; they didn’t fall on our cheeks at all.”

We do love a beauty star who can appreciate brands suitable for all budgets.

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However, sadly, Primark doesn’t ship internationally nor does it offer online shopping—but we have our fingers crossed that will change in the near future.

Until then, we’re mulling over a last-minute trip to London (because a Dhs17 lipstick that’s got Huda’s approval is worth the Dhs2,500 airfare right?)…

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