Hey doll hey! Happy Tuesday… how’s your day/night going?
On TikTok I saw a video by Marilee Does Makeup (she also has a YouTube Channel) where she did a video about what makeup she would have to repurchase if she lost all of her makeup… well I remember I did something similar to this a few years back and thought it would be fun to do an updated version.
So here we go….
*remember as always, all hyperlinks provided are simply for fast location of the products used and not affiliate links… I just did the research so you didn’t have to. All swatches and done on clean bear skin, in one pass and with no primer*
Laura Mercier Pure Canvas Primer Illuminating ($40 for 1.7 oz / 50 ml of product) is billed as a water-based primer with light-reflecting pearls that enhance skin’s natural luminosity creates a flawless canvas for makeup application and extended wear. Suitable for all skin types.
By far this is my favorite glow primer. I find that glow primers are stunning but feel a bit heavy on my skin. This one is undetectable on my skin and the glow is a neutral hue unlike most of this type of primers that have a more pinkish undertone.
Cover FX Gripping Primer ($38 for 1 fl oz / 30 ml of product) is billed as an alcohol-free clear gel primer that visibly firms, creates a glass-like finish and grips makeup for all-day wear. The unique formula creates an instant skin tightening effect for a smoother looking complexion and improved makeup wear.
I get the idea behind tacky primers but most of them just seem too sticky and do not work with all my foundations. Most of them also have some sort of obnoxious scent added for whatever the reason is. This primer is tacky but not too sticky and has no scent… it also works amazingly well with all of the foundations I’ve tested it with, even my light coverage foundations.
Kevyn Aucoin Sensual Skin Primer ($44 for 1 fl oz / 30 ml of product) is billed as an artist-essential that helps makeup glide on smoothly and last longer, a weightless, hydrating primer perfects and blurs the appearance of pores, creating a smooth canvas for any makeup look, while helping to protect skin from environmental aggressors.
I’ve only had this one for a short time but it’s super hydrating, leaving the skin looking flawlessly radiant. She’s expensive but so worth every penny.
The Skin Illuminators:
Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Instant Perfector 4-In-1 Glow Makeup ($12.99 for 0.68 fl oz / 20 ml of product) comes in 5 shades (I have it in the shade 00 fair-light) and is billed as a 4 in 1 that primes, conceals, highlights, and evens skin tone with light coverage. Each self-adjusting shade blends into skin tone for a perfected glow look.
This product comes with a sponge applicator attached, since I often do other people’s makeup I take the sponges off of all my products and use a makeup spatula and palette to apply it. The bottle you see here is my 2nd bottle of this product. It’s not as pigmented as the one I’m about to talk about but it has the perfect amount of pigmentation that if I wanted to use it on it’s own to just perfect the skin without having to wear makeup I can. It’s just the perfect jack of all trades.
Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter ($44 for 1 fl oz / 30 ml of product) comes in 12 shades (I chose the shade #1 Fair – Neutral beige for fair skin tones) and is billed as a complexion booster that blurs, smooths, and illuminates for a real-life filter effect.
This is my 3rd bottle of this product. It’s by far my favorite glow booster. It has just enough pigmentation that it gives coverage to the areas that need it and it has the perfect amount of light catching shimmer to just give you that baby skin glow.
The Cream Contours:
Shein Sheglam Sun Sculpt Liquid Contour ($4.49 for 0.17 fl oz / 5.2 ml of product) is offered in 4 shades (I chose the shade soft tan, the contour shade) and is billed as that post-sun glow and has a formula that is moisturizing, waterproof and blends better than a piña colada.
I’ve only had this product for a short time but it is that good, so good that it beat out some of my favorite cream contours, and it’s only $4.49!
Uoma Double Take Contour Stick ($40 for 0.38 oz / 10.77 g of product) is offered in 6 shades (I chose the shade brown sugar) and is billed as a double ended applicator with both a contour and highlight stick.
I love everything that I have tried from this brand so far but the item I love the most is this contour stick. It’s super creamy, longwearing and is pigmented enough that I can under paint and not have to touch up because I’ve lost definition.
Huda Beauty FauxFilter Luminous Matte Foundation ($40 for 1.18 fl oz / 35 ml of product) comes in 39 shades (I chose the shade 200B Shortbread – light with beigey-pink undertone) and is billed as a cult-favorite, fragrance-free foundation with full coverage, up to 24 hours of weightless wear, and a non-drying luminous matte finish.
From the moment I tested this foundation I was in love. It’s the oddest finish… it’s not matte but it’s not dewy…it’s sort of like a dry satin… if that makes sense. It’s full coverage without looking full coverage… it just makes the skin look perfect with no heaviness. I just simply love this foundation.
Uoma Beauty Say What?! Foundation ($39 for 1 fl oz / 30 ml of product) comes in 40 shades (I chose the shade Fair Lady T1N) and is billed as 6 custom formulas across 51 shades, weightless, long lasting, adjustable coverage, vibrant matte yet hydrating formula is infused with biomimicry pigments that thinks like your skin to give that flawless finish and blurred effect.
This formula is heavenly. It also doesn’t oxidize so I use it on days where I don’t want to wear a lot of powder. It’s a demi matte foundation that truly looks stunning.
L’oreal Age Perfect Radiant Serum Foundation ($16.99 for 1 fl oz / 30 ml of product) comes in 15 shades (I chose the shade 10 Ivory) and is billed as makeup specially designed for mature skin. A carefully formulated foundation that is lightweight and won’t settle into lines.
The minute I tried this foundation on I knew it was going to be my go to quick makeup look foundation. It’s high satin, medium coverage that gives the skin a plumping radiance to it. It doesn’t feel like makeup, it just feels like skin care.
The Cream Bronzers:
Fenty Beauty by Rihanna Cheeks Out Freestyle Cream Bronzer ($34 for 0.22 oz / 6.24 g of product) comes in 6 bronzer shades and 1 contour shade (the bronzer shade that I chose is Teddy – medium to deep warm olive undertones) and is billed as a light-as-air, non-greasy cream bronzer that effortlessly melts into skin for a natural-looking bronze or soft contour.
This was the first item I tried by Fenty and it sparked my love for all things Fenty. It’s super creamy. blends out like a dream and stays put all day. It’s one of those bronzers that would look good even on days where you aren’t wearing makeup as sort of just a natural way to add color to the skin.
Anastasia Beverly Hills Cream Bronzer ($35 for 1 oz /28.35 g of product) comes in 7 shades (i chose the shade Caramel – medium to tan with warm undertones) and is billed as a weightless cream formula for sun-kissed color and sculpted definition. It grips skin with a seamless, matte finish and flexible hold that doesn’t streak, patch, oxidize, or smudge complexion layers underneath. Easily build from soft to bold definition.
This was the cream bronzer that separated me from my love of the Chanel cream bronzer that I was obsessed with for so long. It has a similar texture to that one but a bit more creamy, it has the perfect combination of red and grey undertones to give that truly kissed by the sun tanned look, it has just enough pigmentation that once you set your face with powder you don’t need to touch up your bronzer because this bronzer shines through. Just a truly stunning product.
The Cream Blushes:
Morphe Blush Balm Soft-Focus Cream Blush ($12 for 0.13 oz / 3.69 g of product) comes in 5 shades (I chose the shade Audacious Apricot) and is billed as an innovative, super-moisturizing formula that melts into cheeks for sheer-to-buildable, matte color.
From the moment I tested this blush I could not put it down. I literally (no joking) had to tape it to my desk to stop myself from wearing it because I just kept reaching for it. It’s the first item I tried from Morphe and its performance prompted me to purchase a full face of complexion products.
Fenty Beauty by Rihanna Cheeks Out Freestyle Cream Blush ($22 for 0.1 oz / 2.83 g of product) comes in 10 shades (I chose strawberry drip – soft coral pink) and is billed as a light-as-air, non-greasy cream blush that instantly melts into skin for an effortless wash of color, giving life to all skin tones with a no-fuss, natural-looking flush.
The formula of this blush is perfection. It’s creamy without being overly balm like making it easy to apply without having to worry that it will lift the products underneath it. The pigmentation is perfect, doesn’t go on full power but doesn’t go on overly sheer either.
Hourglass Vanish Blush Stick ($46 for 0.2 oz / 6 g of product) comes in 6 shades (I chose the shade Sacred – coral peach) and is billed as a creamy blush stick that delivers weightless, buildable color for a skin-perfecting finish.
Hourglass is elite when it comes to complexion products. The whole Vanish line is superb and this blush is super pretty. It gives this flush of color that is just so perfect. It’s my favorite cream blush to travel with.
NARS Air Matte Sheer Cream Blush ($30 for 0.21 oz / 6 g of product) comes in 8 shades (I chose the shade Torch – coral red) and is billed as a perfectly diffused, soft-touch matte blush with a thrill of color.
This blush is a bit fiddly but worth the extra effort. It dries down completely matte so no need to powder set it. I love this one for days where I want a medium coverage blush. I only use this one with full coverage foundations.
The Cream Highlighters:
Flower Beauty Day Glow Highlighting Glaze ($10.99 for 0.12 oz / 3.4 g of product) comes in 2 shades (I chose the shade Stunner) and is billed as a lightweight, cream highlighter that diffuses light for a natural-looking, lit-from-within glow.
This cream highlighter is so good. It’s perfect for low maintenance or no makeup days and still has enough punch to look good with light to medium coverage foundations. It’s one of my favorites to wear when I want a bit of glow whilst running errands.
Hourglass Vanish Flash Highlighting Stick ($46 for 0.21 oz / 6 g of product) comes in 5 shades (I chose the shade Gold Flash) and is billed as a highlighter in a smooth, weightless texture designed to give you an instant flash of light for unparalleled glow and the most seamless highlight.
This is my go to travel highlighter. I know I’m going to get a perfect application every time I use it. The shade is just perfect for any look and it sets down so I don’t have to worry about it moving around on me.
Rare Beauty by Selena Gomez Positive Light Liquid Luminizer Highlight ($22 for 0.5 fl oz / 15 ml of product) comes in 8 shades (I chose the shade Mesmerize – rose bronze) and is billed as a silky, second-skin liquid highlighter that creates a lasting, soft, and luminous finish.
This one dries quickly so working fast is key but the way this highlighter catches the light is other worldly. I get compliments every single time I’ve been wearing this one.
The Color Corrector:
Bobbi Brown Corrector Stick ($32 for 0.11 oz / 3.12 g of product) comes in 12 shades (i chose the shade extra light bisque) and is billed as preps skin for concealer by brightening dark undereye circles and neutralizing discoloration anywhere on the face with skin-true coverage.
I loved the original corrector that came in the pot but I hated how messy it was. Having it in stick form is so much easier. It’s the perfect shade and is super brightening.
Laura Mercier Flawless Fusion Ultra-Longwear Concealer ($30 for 0.23 fl oz / 6.8 ml of product) comes in 22 shades (I chose the shade 1N – fair with neutral undertones) and is billed as a medium to full coverage, weightless concealer that perfects, hydrates and blurs, with 12 hours of crease-resistant wear.
This concealer gives the most flawless (no pun intended) finish to the under eye that doesn’t crease and has just enough pigmentation to conceal without looking like makeup. This is my top choice of concealers. Looks good with any foundation I chose.
Fenty Beauty by Rihanna Pro Filt’r Instant Retouch Concealer ($28 for 0.27 fl oz / 7.98 ml of products) comes in 50 shades (I chose the shade 110 light with neutral undertones) and is billed as a creamy, longwear, crease proof liquid concealer that delivers light-as-air, medium to full coverage in a groundbreaking range of 50 easy-to-shop soft matte shades.
This is my all time favorite full coverage concealer. I’ve even used it as a foundation in a deeper shade.
The Under Eye Setting Powder:
Fenty Beauty by Rihanna Pro Filt’r Instant Retouch Setting Powder ($34 for 0.98 oz / 27.78 g of product) comes in 8 shades (this is the shade lavender – for brightening light complexions) and is billed as a superfine, weightless loose setting powder curated in 8 sheer shades to perfect and extend makeup wear for that filtered, photo-ready finish on lock.
I fell in love with this shade from the moment I set my under eyes the first time. It’s super brightening, blurs the skin to perfection and never looks dry or cakey.
The Loose Setting Powder:
Hourglass Veil Translucent Setting Powder ($46 for 0.36 oz / 10.5 g of product) only comes in translucent and is billed as an ultra-refined, talc-free loose powder that is designed to give skin a naturally flawless finish.
This setting powder is heavenly. It’s the perfect finishing powder when you want to have a super perfected look. This is my second tub of this powder.
The Pressed Touch Up Powder:
Catrice Prime and Fine Mattifying Waterproof Transparent Pressed Powder ($8 for 0.31 oz / 8.79 g of product) is billed as withstands humidity and mattifies your skin for hours. The delicate transparent formula enriched with vitamins A and E ensures a flawless, mattified and refined complexion. The transparent color also adapts to most skin tones.
This has been my top favorite pressed powder for 3 years now. It’s the best pressed powder I’ve ever used. I prefer it over even my high end powders.
The Powder Bronzer:
NARS Matte Bronzing Powder ($38 for 0.28 oz / 7.94 g of product) comes in 4 shades (i chose the shade Samoa – deep golden brown) and is billed as an award-winning bronzer in shimmering shades for a long-wearing, sunkissed glow.
This bronzer is the perfect tone for a powder bronzer. I find most bronzers are too red, orange or ashes… not Samoa… it’s the perfect balance of tones.
The Powder Blushes:
Cover FX Monochromatic Blush Duo ($38 for 0.51 oz / 14.5 g of product) comes in 6 shades (I chose the shade Pink Dahlia – soft pink) and is billed as formulated without talc for a weightless texture and seamless application, these richly pigmented duos deliver an airy, breathable veil of color.
This shade is perfect for any look you can come up with and gives you 3 different finishes…. matte, shimmer and if you mix the two you get the perfect satin blush.
Makeup Revolution Blusher Reloaded ($7 for 0.26 oz / 7.5 g of product) comes in 12 shades (I chose the shade coral dreams) and is billed as a pressed sheer velvet powder blusher.
This is my all time favorite blush shade. Honestly you can’t go wrong with any of the shades in this line… they are perfection and if you have been on my blog for any stretch of time 90 % of the blushes I use are from this line.
The Powder Highlighter:
Benefit Cookie Powder Highlighter ($30 for 0.28 oz / 7.95 g of product) is billed as a sweet swirl of golden pearl that gives cheeks a soft gold shimmer for a warm, delicious glow.
Hands down my all time favorite blush… it’s sort of reminds me of BECCA Champagne Pop but so much smoother.
The Brow Product:
Shein Sheglam Waterproof Tinted Eyebrow Cream ($3.99 for 0.23 oz / 6.5 g of product on the Shein website) comes in 3 shades (I chose the shade dark brown.) and is billed as an eyebrow must-have that has an ultra-creamy formula that is super-pigmented, long-lasting, smudge-proof and waterproof.
This is some built proof brow pomade. It’s the perfect undertone, it’s creamy and it sets so firmly that even in the Florida humidity it’s not budging.
The Eye Primer:
Beauty Creations Color Base Primer ($4.00 for 0.5 fl oz / 15 ml of product) comes in 18 shades (I chose the shade White Out) and is billed as a multi-use gel product that enhances your eyeshadow, face makeup (cheeks, lips, etc).
I chose this shade because it’s perfect to brighten a shade but also to help tone down deeper shades and since it’s a multi-tasker I can even use it as a cream highlight when I under paint. I can’t believe this base only costs $4! It’s so good… I find that I reach for these more than my beloved P Louise bases.
The Eyeshadow Palettes:
Huda Naughty Nude Eyeshadow Palette ($67 for 16.8 G / 0.59 OZ of total product making it 0.93 g / 0.033 oz and $3.72 per shade on their website and at Sephora) is billed as a naughty re-imagination of our bestselling New Nude palette. 18 delicious shades in 5 ultra-wearable textures have been harmoniously curated to (un)dress your eyes and empower you to be your most fierce and confident self.
The shades from left to right are: Filthy (cool toned soft baby pink matte), Passion (iris and pink marble shimmer cream), Shameless (fuchsia metallic), Please Me (antique gold with pink reflection metallic), Hypnotic (cool toned sand matte), Hard, Untamed (deep berry matte), Irresistible (cool toned pink bronze metallic), Flower Power (camel and gold marble shimmer cream), Rough (café au lait matte), Spicy (mulberry matte), Arouse (rusty brown matte), Slippery (bronze and berry shimmer gloss hybrid), Tantric (yellow gold metallic), Naughty (mahogany matte), Provocative Desire (fiery red metallic) and Juicy (soft peach toned tan matte).
With the exception of the shade Slippery (bronze and berry shimmer gloss hybrid), which is a throw away shade for me… I’ve used it as a lipstick topper but it really sucks as an eyeshadow, this is a stunning palette that is perfect for natural to glam looks.
BH Cosmetics Hangin’ in Hawaii 16 Pan Palette ($17 but currently on sale for $12.75 for 0.56 oz / 15.88 g of total product making it 0.035 oz / 0.99 g and $1.06 at reg price and $0.80 on sale per shade) is also available at Ulta and is billed as a lush mix of richly pigmented hues and finishes—ranging from high-shine bronzes and golds to buttery-soft mattes in melon and spice shades—offers endless radiant looks for day and night and captures the essence of a tropical paradise. The palette contains 5 metallic and 11 matte shadows.
The shades from left to right and top to bottom are: Hula (champagne – metallic), Shaka (light tan – matte), Hibiscus (orange based terracotta – matte), Luau (raspberry pink – metallic), Ohana (dusty pink – matte), Pineapple (muted white gold – metallic), Lei (full pigment coral – matte), Aloha (rusty tan – matte), Tiki (midtone tan – matte), Sandy (pale antique gold – metallic), Coconut (sandy brown – matte), Paradise (midtone true pink – matte), Maui (taupe – matte), Waikiki (antiqued orange – metallic), Mahalo (café brown – matte)and Honolulu (plum based brown – matte).
This is how you make a neutral palette with a pop of color… the pink shade in this palette goes with every shade in the palette. I love that it has a metallic companion to go with it.
Natasha Denona Eyeshadow Palette 5 in the colorway #11 $48 at Beautylish and is billed as pro-quality palettes features five pans of ultra-pigmented eye color in a variety of unique finishes. The breakthrough formula glides smoothly across lids, delivering vivid color payoff with a buttery-soft feel.
The colors from left to right are: 62S (Terracotta- metallic), 15M (Bottle Green – metallic), 61P (Ocher – metallic), 16M (Emerald Green- metallic), 58P (Satin Tan – metallic).
Honestly the sole reason I love this palette so much is those green shades! They are stunning and I just couldn’t see myself not having this palette for my collection, I would totally have to replace this one if it was lost.
Play It Jeweled 30 Pan Palette ($34 for 1.16 oz / 33 g of product and 0.039 oz / 1.1 g and $1.13 per shade) I look as this palette as the older more sophisticated sister to the Kathleen Lights x ColourPop Collab, So Jaded and is billed as the crown jewel of all palettes.
The shades of this palette from left to right and up and down are: crystalline: metallic champagne with a gold sheen, rocker: matte pale nude, luster: metallic icy rose gold, agate you: matte pale pink, reflect on: metallic pale gold, graded: matte muted taupe, optical: metallic orange with a gold sheen, sparkle: metallic rich chartreuse with a gold sheen, purity: matte muted mauve, rare earth: metallic muted pink with a gold sheen, uncut: matte soft pale peach, so polished: metallic olive with a gold sheen, faceted: matte marigold, carats: matte muted terracotta, fractal: metallic icy lavender with a blue duo chrome shift, treasure box: metallic violet with pink and gold pinpoints, mirror: metallic copper with a gold sheen, craft: matte neutral brown, piece out: matte warm brown, crown: metallic teal with gold and silver pin points, tiara: metallic vivid blue, geode life: matte vivid fuchsia, moving colours: metallic burgundy, relic: metallic bronze, bangle: matte muted brick, wavelike: matte vivid deep teal, majesty: metallic vivid purple with blue and hot pink pinpoints, surreal: matte merlot mosaic: matte maroon and finest: matte chocolate brown.
I love that this palette has so many jewel toned shades and yet still has a great variety of neutrals.
Gone Matte 30 pan palette ($34 for 1.16 oz / 33 g of product and 0.039 oz / 1.1 g and $1.13 per shade) is billed as an a matte shades in a range of warm to cool toned nudes and neutrals, peaches, beiges, taupes, pinks, mauves, and grays. Go minimalist, smokey, or create the perfect every day looks with seriously wearable shades. Your matte obsession starts NOW.
The shades from left to right and up and down are: fluff up: matte ivory, teddy: matte cream, duvet it: matte muted beige, ur a faux: matte muted pale pink, pillow fight: matte muted dusty rose, luv bug: matte stone, butter up: matte soft peach, shaggy: matte sand, the cuddles: matte pale fawn, pjs: matte pale rose, big hugs: matte muted pale mauve, overcast: matte mink, chaise me: matte apricot, blankie: matte tawny, Ultrasuede: matte camel, cozy cute: matte dusty rose, very velveteen: matte mauve, comfy: matte ash, snug as a bug: matte rust, fleecy: matte gingerbread, snoozin’: matte cool brown, onesie: matte fawn, cushion cut: matte dusty eggplant, downlike: matte iron, earmuffs: matte terracotta, powder puff: matte mocha, sleepwalker: matte espresso, pouffe: matte cinnamon brown, velvet dress: matte blackened eggplant and roll around: matte charcoal.
This palette has every shade you need to create a great neutral eye and to add depth to any colorful look.
Juvia’s Place The Masquerade Mini 16 Pan Palette (retail price $30 but on sale for $19.50 for 0.84 oz / 24 g of total product on their website making 0.053 oz / 1.5 g and $1.88 retail price and $1.22 at sale price per shade) is billed as vibrant, statement-making shades from The Masquerade Mini eyeshadow palette by Juvia’s Place. Full of natural earth tones and high-pigment, show-stopping pops of color, this palette will unleash your inner goddess.
The shades from left to right and up and down are: Chi (royal blue with purple undertone – metallic), Mali (teal – metallic), Dalia (electric blue – metallic), Zola (aqua – metallic), Makeda (purple – shimmer), Zobo (purplish maroon – matte), Calabar (pink bronze – duochrome), Bori (fuchsia with gold reflects – sequin matte), Giza (ivory white – shimmer), Burkina (coffee brown – matte), Cairo (cinnamon brown with gold reflects – sequin matte), Ada (spice brown – matte), Dahia (pinkish champagne – shimmer), Zulu (brunette brown – matte), Casablanca (amber gold – metallic) and Fulani (carob – matte).
Hands down my favorite Juvia’s Place palette. I couldn’t imagine not having it with me. Not so much for the neutrals but specifically for the first 2 rows.
The Liquid Eye Liners:
Uoma Afro.Dis.Iac Cleopatra Ink Liquid Eyeliner ($18 for 0.01 fl oz / 0.30 ml of product) in the shade Blacker than Black, Y’all (the deepest black) is billed as limited edition liner.
This felt tip liner is the blackest liner I own. It doesn’t feather into my fine lines and it doesn’t smudge. This one even works over glitter.
KVD Tattoo Liner ($23 for 0.019 fl oz / 0.56 ml of product) comes in 2 shades (this is the shade mad max brown – rich chocolate brown) and is billed as an award-winning, waterproof liquid eyeliner with tattoo-bold pigment and a precise brush tip to easily create sharp lines every time.
This is my favorite brown liner, it’s deep enough that it works with smokey looks but light enough that it works with neutral looks as well. It doesn’t skip or settle into fine lines and it stays true to color all day.
The Brightening Lower Lash Liners:
ColourPop Creme Gel liner ($7 for 0.007 oz / 0.2 g of product) comes in 12 main shades and a variety of limited edition shades (this is the shade honeydude – creamy warm nude) and is billed as the same pigmentation and long-lasting, transfer-proof wear of our Crème Gel Colour Eyeliner in a pencil.
This is the perfect shade and perfect undertone to brighten the lower water lines without making you look ghostly.
Nyx Slide on Glide On Eyeliner (discontinued) in the shade bronze).
This is my favorite shade for adding light and movement to my lower water lines… I’m bummed that they discontinued it and I hope to be able to find a replacement for this shade.
The Neutral Pencil Liners:
L’Oreal Infallible Pro-Last Waterproof Pencil Eyeliner ($9.49 for 0.042 oz / 1.19 g of product) comes in 6 shades (this shade is black) and is billed as a waterproof eye pencil that glides on easily for rich, smudge-resistant color that lasts.
I repurchase this pencil so much. It’s the blackest waterproof pencil I’ve ever owned and doesn’t smear or bleed on the lower waterline.
Sephora 12 Hour Contour Pencil Eyeliner ($11 for 0.04 oz / 1.13 g of product) comes in 21 shades (this shade is #14 cocoa) and is billed as having a range of colorful, ultra-pigmented, waterproof pencil eyeliners that feature matte, shimmer, and glitter finishes and provide up to 12 hours of wear.
This is my favorite brown liner to use when I want to bring out the caramel undertones of my eyes. It’s a great upper lash line smokey pencil and this is another one that doesn’t bleed or smudge on the lower lash line.
ColourPop BFF Creme Gel Liner ($7 for 0.007 oz / 0.2 g of product) 35 shades and 5 vault collections (this shade is called sunnyvale – chestnut brown) and is billed as the same pigmentation and long-lasting, transfer-proof wear of our Crème Gel Colour Eyeliner in a pencil.
This is my go to standard brown liner. It’s creamy and pigmented and doesn’t budge.
The Pop of Color Pencil Liners:
NYX Slide On Glide On Eyeliner Pencil (discontinued) This is the teal shade called Azul.
It’s such a shame that they discontinued this formula. It’s creamy and all the shades I own are vibrant and last all day.
NYX Slide On Glide On Eyeliner Pencil (discontinued) This is the emerald shade called Esmeralda.
This is hands down my favorite green eyeliner. Again… super bummed they discontinued this line.
L’Oreal Voluminous Carbon Black Volume Building Mascara ($9.99 for 0.23 oz / 6.52 g of product) is billed as formulated with panthenol and ceramide-R to build and thicken lashes for supple and healthy lashes.
I have used this mascara for 6 years. I can’t tell you how many tubes I’ve been through but it’s my tried and true mascara. Super black, doesn’t flake and always holds a curl when I’m not wearing my falsies.
The Lip Liner Pencils:
ColourPop Lippie Pencil ($6 for 0.035 oz / 1 g of product) Comes in 17 shades plus 6 vault sets (this is the shade Bossy – classic red) and is billed as a long-wearing and super pigmented lip liner.
This is my all time favorite red lip pencil and the formula of the Lippie Pencils is super creamy and super pigmented and never feathers outside the lip line.
NYX Suede Matte Lip Liner ($4 for 0.03 oz / 0.85 g of product) comes in 48 shades (this is the shade Whipped Caviar – muted plum) and is billed as a velvety soft lip pencil that enhances & adds definition to your favorite lip color.
I have purchased this shade so many times… and I have tons of other lip pencils but this is a beautiful my lips but better shade.
NYX Suede Matte Lip Liner ($4 for 0.03 oz / 0.85 g of product) comes in 48 shades (this is the shade sandstorm – true nude) and is billed as a velvety soft lip pencil that enhances & adds definition to your favorite lip color.
This is the perfect nude lip shade… not too pale not too deep and with just the perfect amount of peach in it.
L’oreal Colour Riche Lipcolour ($10.99 for 0.13 oz / 3.68 g of product) comes in 34 shades (this is the shade British Red – bright blue based red) and is billed as luxuriously creamy colors infused with pure caring ingredients for rich hydration.
This is such a gorgeous red really pops with a neutral eye but is also toned down enough to pair nicely with a smokey eye.
Smashbox Always On Longwear Matte Liquid Lipstick ($26 for 0.13 oz / 3.68 g of product) comes in 18 shades (this is the shade Baja Bound – pinky coral) and is billed as being infused with Primer Oil Complex, a blend of Jojoba, Apricot & Sunflower Oils to keep lips comfortable. The non-drying, weightless formula is waterproof & stays plush for 8 hours. Precision tip applicator lines & fills lips in one swipe.
This is a comfortable formula and a stunning coral shade. Of all my coral shades this one is my favorite… toppling my favorite coral of 4 years Topanga from ColourPop.
Fenty Beauty by Rihanna Stunna Lip Paint Longwear Fluid Lip Color ($26 for 0.13 oz / 3.68 g of product) comes in 6 shades (this is the shade Unbuttoned – peachy nude) and is billed as a lightweight, longwear liquid lipstick with a soft matte finish.
This shade and formula is PERFECTION!!!! I always get compliments every time I am wearing this shade. It’s a matte that feels like you aren’t wearing anything and it stays put all day.
The Lip Gloss:
Fenty Beauty by Rihanna Gloss Bomb Universal Lip Luminizer ($20 for 0.30 fl oz / 8.87 ml of product) comes in 5 shades (this is the shade Sweet Mouth – shimmering soft pink) and is billed as the ultimate gotta-have-it lip gloss with explosive shine that feels as good as it looks-the essential finishing touch to any look.
This is my 4th tube of this shade. This is stunning on its own yet really as glam to any lipstick.
Well… that’s everything I would immediately replace if I lost all of my makeup today.
I hope you have a amazing rest of your day/night and that you are in great spirits and health.
Remember…. Save a spoon for a bit of lipstick.