The beauty specialist shared her favourite products and says that while they’re all on the affordable end of the spectrum, she only ever gets them when they’re on sale.
“I prefer the products that are in Kmart, Priceline and Chemist Warehouse, those sort of places,” she said.
“They’re excellent quality, trust me.”
Beginning with a primer to make your “skin like porcelain,” she uses Revlon’s PhotoReady Poreless + Matte Primer ($29.95), then layers Maybelline’s Superstay 24HR Full Coverage Foundation ($24.95) and sets with Australis’ Fresh & Flawless Pressed Powder ($13.95).
Never without highlight, she then dusts her cheekbones with W7’s Glowcomotion Compact ($4.99) and fills her tattooed eyebrows with NYX’s Auto Eyebrow Pencil ($8.95), finishing off with a coat of Designer Brand’s Longwear Matte Lip Colour in Dusty Nude ($9.99).
While we knew that Sarah was something of a tan wizard – from that time she applied her fake tan while literally in an evening gown, she said that her favourite tan is the Le Tan Uber Dark Self Tanning Foam Marula Oil ($25).
She even showed what her legs looked like before and after the application.
Despite her very well-curated beauty routine, Sarah has previously touched on her bare-faced insecurities and spoke to OK! Magazine about why she generally wears makeup 24/7.
Normally seen sporting a full face of makeup, the reality TV bride called it her "armour" and revealed that previous partners "didn't find her sexy," if she was makeup free.
"I've never been with a man who told me I was beautiful without make-up, so I've always felt like I have to present 'the whole package'," she explained.
"I know not everyone will want to do what I want to do, but for me, putting on a full face of make-up is like brushing my teeth... I've done it for so long now, I don't know any other way."
However, with or without makeup, we're loving the fact that she's promoting her thrifty finds and if she ever has any more to share, than we're all ears.