Target brand eye makeup remover | $4.59
I use this and a cotton ball to take off my eye makeup at night. It is incredibly gentle and comes right off. No tugging at your eye.
ELF makeup brushes | $3
I've got a bunch of different brushes. Multiples of some. How can you not when each brush is only a couple of dollars? ELF is the best kept secret, I'm telling you. And the quality is surprisingly awesome. They are durable. I've never had a problem with brush hairs falling out and ending up all over my bathroom sink or on my face like I have with other cheap brushes.
NYX lipgloss | $5 … NYX eyeshadow | $3
I'm sure you've seen or heard of NYX by now. I'm obsessed. It's been just about the only gloss I've put on my lips for over a year now. There are so many shades to choose from, too. I like the pinks. The color I'm ALWAYS wearing? Peaches & Cream.
You'd think something so small would go quickly, right? Wrong! I've been using two vials of bronze NYX eye shadows regularly for over a year now, and I've got half left in each! What I love most about this loose shadow, is that the pigment is so strong.
Revlon Photo Ready Foundation | approx $10
When I just need to take a break from spending my pennies on my beloved MAC Mineralize, Revlon Photo Ready is next in line. Flawless. Just make sure you get this one and NOT the airbrush mousse! Eeek! The airbrush mousse is my least favorite foundation yet. The way it comes out of the bottle (what a mess) the texture, and how transparent it is. I apply my foundation with the ELF small stipple brush. I only use powder when I have to, for tv or over a small blemish.
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