Wednesday, October 3, 2012

TAG: 10 Makeup Products I Would Repurchase (if All My Makeup was Stolen)

This tag is everywhere on Youtube and the blog world right now. And I thought I'd join in on the fun.

Somehow, if all your makeup was stolen, what would you repurchase? It's funny that this tag has surfaced. This summer, my best friend had ALL her makeup stolen from and had to repurchase SO many things.


Make Up Forever Full Cover Concealer #10

I've had the sample for almost a month now and it covers hyper-pigmentation and redness wonderfully. Also, even when a lot is applied (for those pesky super-hyper-pigmentation), it doesn't get cakey- LOVE! When I run out of this generous sample, I'm dashing out to the nearest Sephora.


Make Up Forever Duo Mat #207

I've been on the search for the perfect (liquid) foundation since I ran out of SFF. I recently found Duo Mat when I decided to look for an alternative to SFP C35- and I love it. Duo Mat is the perfect full-coverage powder. It blends perfectly with my skin and doesn't look like anything but skin.


MAC Fix+

I use Fix+ whenever I feel like my skin needs more moisture (which I find I do more often during the cooler months). More often than not, I spray it prior to makeup application. Sometimes when my makeup (for whatever reason) doesn't apply well, I use Fix+ as setting spray. It makes everything better!


Too Faced Shadow Insurance

Since my skin type has changed from oily to normal/combination, TFSI has really replaced my love for UDPP. Both primers are amazing and definitely last ALL day.


MAC Fluidline Blacktrack

Fluidline is an extremely hand gel liner and glides smoothly onto the lids. Usually one swipe is all I need to line my eyes, but if I want to build intensity I can layer it on without it looking heavy.


L'oreal False Fiber Voluminous Mascara

I switch back and forth between the CG Lash Blast, but this mascara takes the bullet. The wand makes it easy to apply and the formula makes my lashes look longer and separates them well even without the use of a lash comb.


Maybelline EyeStudio #05 Give Me Gold

This is the most pigmented drug store eyeshadow quad I've ever used. Each shadow is full of shimmer packed with pigment and is beautiful even when used alone. I always use this quad when I'm going for a dramatic nighttime look (like for weddings and such) because it brings out the golden undertones in my skin without washing me out like most yellow/gold colors.


MAC Eye Shadow Soft Brown

I go for a natural-but-not-really-natural look for everyday wear. This is my absolute favorite eyeshadow for the sole reason that I use it as a base (and also as a crease shade when I do a smokey eye) and it matches my skin extremely well, but doesn't wash me out.


MAC Eye Shadow Ricepaper

During the winter, when my skin is closer to NC30, Ricepaper (although frosty) is a better base for my lids than Soft Brown. (I only use Soft Brown more because I like the look of tanned skin.) I like that it works as a great wash for my lids as well as a highlight.


MAC Eye Shadow Typographic

I've found Tyographic to be the best versatile color I have. I can use it to fill in my brows (which is what I got it for), make a smokey eye more dramatic or even use it to smudge out my liner. Awesome sauce!


I tag Amanda and Leeda!

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