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sweaterbelle asked: How do you get mascara to not smudge though out the day??

Other than getting yourself a better mascara, there are a lot of ways to help prevent smudging!  Because I have really deep set eyes, my mascara always used to smudge along my brow bone and ruin my eyeshadow… very annoying!  So I know your pain!

The first thing I recommend is using some eyeshadow primer… even if you’re not wearing eyeshadow.  Primer helps to control the oils on your lids, and it’s the oils that will ruin your makeup if you’re not careful!  Even waterproof mascara can’t stand up to oil (because we use oil to remove it). So apply a small amount of a good eye primer all over your lids and along your lower lash line to help keep your eyeshadow, mascara, and even eyeliner in place for a lot longer!  I recommend this one -

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NYX HD Eyeshadow Base - $7

This is my current favorite.  I feel like it helps my eyeshadow stand out as much as possible, and does the best job of keeping my lids from getting oily!

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If mascara smearing at your outer corners or lower lash line is the problem, try using a mattifying setting powder around your eye after all of your makeup is applied.  Use a small eyeshadow brush and pack on the powder, which is also going to help prevent oiliness.  

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Essence All About Matt Fixing Compact Powder - $3

This affordable, translucent powder is easy to keep in your bag, and won’t disturb the look of your makeup because it’s colorless.  It also helps your makeup stay in place, so use it all over!

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And my last recommendation is to perhaps invest in a really good waterproofing makeup seal.  They have mascara-type ones - they are clear, and you apply it as a topcoat over any mascara.  Anastasia Beverly Hills has a really nice one - you can find that at Sephora!

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creepshire asked: do you think it would be okay to use a face primer on the eyelids as well? (mine are pretty oily)

As long as your primer doesn’t say to keep away from eyes (read the back… it might!) it should be safe to use.  However, your best bet to get rid of oiliness on the eyes would be to use an eyelid primer!  Their formulas are gentle and approved for the delicate lid area, and are designed to control oil there which prevents creasing and blending together eyeshadows.

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NYX HD Eyeshadow Base - $7

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xanaflex asked: hi I just saw your post on green primer and I recently bought both green and orange primer just to try. how exactly will the orange work on the skin ?

Hello!  Orange color corrective products are much more rare than green or purple, but they do serve a purpose (and they are totally cool.)  An orange primer, when applied to the skin, will actually brighten up your complexion, giving you a more radiant glow.  It will also diminish the look of ashiness in the skin and make your skin appear healthier and more hydrated.

Hope that helps!  Have fun playing with them :)

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To Go Green [Primer] or Not, That is the Question…

"That’s a primer?!"  "Doesn’t it turn your face green?"  "Why would I bother with that?!"

Green is great!  Chances are you’ve seen some type of green (literally, the color green) paste, powder, or pomade while perusing the beauty aisles.  Although it might seem a bit crazy to put that kind of a shade anywhere but *maybe* your eyes, green products really do have a purpose, and when used correctly, they are actually very effective!

In this particular post, we’ll be discussing green foundation primer.  This is the most popular type of green makeup, and is my personal favorite method.  For those of you who don’t know, primer (no matter the color) is a product you put on as a barrier between skincare and makeup.  Primer helps your makeup look and apply more smoothly, because it fills in pores and fine lines.  

The purpose of green makeup is to counteract redness in the skin!  If you’ve taken any art class in your life, chances are you’ve seen a color wheel.  In cosmetics, we use colors that are opposite one another on the color wheel to cancel out some kind of imperfection.  Since green and red are opposites, the green makeup cancels out redness and creates a perfect neutral look.

Sounds like a miracle product, doesn’t it?  It can be for some, but for most of you this is - believe it or not - a pretty pointless product.  Unless you have EXTREME redness in your skin, like rosacea, a green primer will do nothing but give an ashy cast to your complexion.  If you just get a bit pink, or if you only have redness around blemishes, a green primer won’t give you much of a drastic difference, but on the right people it’s spectacular!  Especially on people with rough, ruddy texture, using a green primer alone or underneath a light foundation makes a huge difference.

So to sum up, not EVERYONE can benefit from a green primer (concealer or powder either for that matter), but if your redness is extreme, go for it!  I’d recommend NYX’s Photo Loving Anti-Redness Primer ($12) or Make Up For Ever HD Primer, Shade #1 ($34)

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pretty-savages asked: In speaking of pore erasers...I've recently tried both L'Oreal and Benefit's pore minimizers with no luck on my abnormally large pores. Do you have any suggestions?

Hello!  Pores can be such a pain (and yet they’re oh-so necessary!).  I’m not the biggest fan of Benefit Porefessional [check it out], even though it’s one of the most popular pore minimizing primers and has a ton of hype.  My favorite primer that not only immediately smooths even large pores, but also makes my makeup stick better and clears blackheads over time, is the Cover Fx Mattifying Primer.

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Cover FX Mattifying Primer with Anti-Acne Treatment - $16 for .5oz

This is a nice, balmy, silicone-based primer infused with salicylic acid.  It is just really nice quality, doesn’t feel heavy on my skin, controls oil and refines my pores, fine lines, and any uneven texture.  Makeup glides on really smoothly over top and the salicylic acid helps prevent breakouts and attacks blackheads all day.  You can get it at Sephora and online!

At the drugstore, you really can’t beat good old fashioned Monistat Soothing Care Anti-Chafing Gel.  It’s a true silicone skincare product that will fill in your pores better than anything else for the price! [Buy online]

I find that using just a pore-refining primer isn’t always enough, especially for a long, active day of wear.  Using a powder over top will also help keep the pores away without adding too many layers to the skin.  Too Faced Primed & Poreless Powder is amazing, soft, and effective, and ELF’s High Definition Powder ($6) works pretty well too, and is very inexpensive.

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Too Faced Primed & Poreless Powder - $30 [Sephora, Ulta, or online]





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korijessica asked: Do you know where I can get the baby skin pore eraser?

Since the Maybelline Baby Skin primer is a relatively new product, it might not be in all areas yet.  I’ve seen it at Walmart and Walgreens so far in my area, but I’m sure that it’s in other retailers as well!  Keep your eyes peeled, it should soon be everywhere that Maybelline products are sold :)  I have a review for this coming soon!

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Maybelline  Baby Skin Pore Eraser - $6-$8





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wasteyourlifeaway asked: Do you know any good dupes for the too faced primed and poreless? I don't mean the powder one.

Sure thing!  I have one damn-near-exact dupe, actually, and a couple others that will still give you that airbrushed look.

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Too Faced Primed and Poreless Primer - $30

This foundation primer does a lot of things all at once… it not only blurs the look of pores & fine lines by kind of “filling them in” to help makeup glide flawlessly over top, but it contains special ingredients, like Retinol, that help promote healthy skin.  It’s designed to be worn alone or under makeup.  There is also a “Pure” version, which is oil-free and has a gel texture, in addition to the powder version.

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L’Oreal Revitalift Miracle Blur - $25

I know that this probably doesn’t sound like much of a dupe when it’s still a whopping $25, but this stuff works.  AND, because it’s a drugstore product, you will ALWAYS be able to get it on some type of sale (there are also slightly smaller bottles that cost only $20).  This also has anti-aging ingredients, but has SPF as well (which could be a good or bad thing depending on the occasion).  This is a bit thicker in consistency compared to Too Faced (think Benefit PoreFessional) but does an amazing job at filling in wrinkles, creases, and pores (better than the TF in my opinion!)  It also has a slight tint that blends away as you apply it, like the Too Faced one does.

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NYX Pore Filler - $13

This is another good flawless-finish primer.  It is very thick, to the point where it’s kind of stiff when you first squeeze it out of the tube, but it melts onto the skin easily once you warm it up by rubbing it between your fingers.  I find that you need to rub this in a little bit more to get the totally poreless look, but it does a good job, and is less than half the cost of Too Faced or Benefit!

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Monistat Soothing Care Anti-Chafe Gel - $5

Although the texture of this is much different from Too Faced Primed & Poreless (this is a gel, so it’s much more similar to the TFPP Pure), this product fills in pores and won’t break the bank.  No, it’s not a makeup product, but it works really well and gives you a truly flawless makeup look!

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questioneverythingbelievenothing asked: What is the best eye lid primer? I have oily skin and my eye shadow always creases, and I don't want to pay $20 dollars at Sephora

To be honest, I’ve used just about every different eyeshadow primer out there (both high end and drugstore versions) and I’m never actually blown away by the difference in quality by any.  I certainly don’t think that you need to spend a lot of money on eye primer!  Sure there are subtle differences.. thicker formulas versus thinner ones… but I don’t think any (reputable brands, I should be saying) necessarily work better, it all depends on personal preference.

So!  Drugstore options that I love and use often:

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Wet n Wild Eye Primer - $4

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NYX HD Eyeshadow Primer - $5

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ELF Eyelid Primer - $1

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L’Oreal De-Crease - $6

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pretty-savages asked: What's your opinion on using milk of magnesia as a face primer?

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I was actually a huge skeptic of this method, until I tried it for myself!  Milk of Magnesia is usually used to help, um, certain digestive cycles, but for a long time it has been a sort of DIY treatment for people with severely oily skin.  When applied topically to the skin it helps keep shine at bay.

I apply it lightly with a cotton ball to the places where my skin gets most oily.  It is kind of thick and white when you first put it on, but it dries to a lightweight, powdery finish.  It does still have a white cast, so it’s not something you should apply alone and without makeup over top.  Also, you have to resist the urge to apply too much, because then it can dry stiff and won’t be comfortable.

But, it does work.  Quite well in fact!  It controls oil really well and gives a long-lasting matte finish to any makeup you layer over top.  The only thing I can say badly about the Milk of Magnesia technique is that if you do it often, it seems to lose effectiveness.  It is also very drying, so I only recommend it to people with very oily skin!  I use this method on my skin whenever I’m going to be having a long day and I need my makeup to stay perfect, but I don’t do it every day.  :)

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magentapaint-deactivated2013122 asked: Does the Magic Lumi Primer from L'Oreal have a similar consistency to the Hourglass Mineral Veil Primer? I'm trying to find a cheaper alternative.

Hello!

Well, in a few ways L’Oreal Magic Lumi Primer is similar to Hourglass’.  Both are very lightweight, and start out white but blend away on the skin.  However they’re otherwise not very similar.

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Hourglass Veil Mineral Primer - $52

Hourglass’ primer contains SPF 15, and absorbs oil to help keep makeup in place as well as mattefying the skin.  It’s very longwearing and fills in pores and fine lines as well.  It’s also oil-free.

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L’Oreal Magic Lumi Primer - $12

L’Oreal’s primer creates the illusion of dewy skin, because the formula actually contains a bit of shimmer.  It makes you look radiant… but that might not be a good thing for people with oily skin.  It doesn’t control oil and it doesn’t have SPF, but it’s $40 cheaper!  You can also use it as a highlight, or mix it with your foundation to create a luminous look.

So I wouldn’t say that the L’Oreal primer is a real dupe, but if it sounds like something that you might enjoy, I’m sure your wallet will thank you!  

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youreyesarewiderthendistance asked: I recently purchased Urban Decays De Slick, and it says you should spray it on before and after foundation, and I'm a little confused on whether I should spray it on before or after primer. Please help!

Hello hon!  

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In all honesty, I don’t think it matters whether you apply it before or after your primer, because they will both do similar things.  A setting spray is kind of like a primer for the end of your makeup routine!  Since this setting spray is designed to keep oil at bay, applying it beforehand is good too… I would probably apply it directly to the skin, before your primer and after your moisturizer.

Hope this helps you!  If you’ve been applying it after your primer, don’t worry about it, because I don’t think there will be too huge of a difference.  :)

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serasvictorianolifequeen asked: Hello I love your blog! My mom is trying to find a good foundation that would cover her large pores and fine lines. I would really appreciate it if you would help thank you. :)

Thank you so much! <3

For years I’ve been trying to help my mother find makeup that works with her maturing skin, so I feel as though I should be able to help you, not just from basic knowledge, but from personal experience as well!

Heavy foundation will actually accentuate imperfections in the skin like little wrinkles and open pores, because it settles in them and leaves the hole or line more exposed.  Especially throughout the day, you might find that thicker makeup starts to show more and more of the very things you’re trying to cover (even if your makeup looks flawless when you first apply it).  I have found that this is really inconvenient since most foundations designed for mature skin are rather thick and creamy!  

One thing that WILL be a miracle product for fine lines, large pores, and even full-blown wrinkles in the skin, is primer.  Get a silicone-based primer and apply a small amount over moisturizer (key for all skin types and ages!!) and underneath makeup.  Silicone fills in these imperfections and allows makeup to glide over top flawlessly!  Most primers will contain silicone, check the ingredients list to get an idea of how much is actually in it (any thing ending in -one or -ane will be silicone, you can guesstimate the amount by how high or low it is listed in the list!)  A few of my favorite primers that are high in silicone -

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Monistat Soothing Care Gel - $4

This isn’t designed to be a foundation primer, but it works incredibly well as one and is perfectly safe to use on your face.  It contains a high level of silicone and will make your face look very smooth.

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L’Oreal Studio Secrets Magic Perfecting Base - $6

This affordable primer will last you a very long time.  The texture is a whipped mousse, and it slides onto your face effortlessly.

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Benefit POREfessional - $30

This is a tinted primer that also mattefies the face.

Now for the actual concealment - as I said earlier, skip on the heavy, thick foundations and opt instead for something lighter, like a tinted moisturizer or BB cream (which are essentially the same thing).  These help even out the skin tone without smothering and weighing down the skin.  On areas that need extra coverage, use a concealer over top!  If you much prefer a real foundation, pick one with a light amount of coverage and moisturizing formula.

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Garnier Miracle Skin Perfector - $12

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L’Oreal Youth Code BB Cream - $11

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Neutrogena Healthy Skin - $10

I hope this helps you and your mom!  Thanks for being a fan!

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comethoufount asked: What is the best eye make-up primer that isn't super expensive?

There are several inexpensive eye primers that have my heart! Even though I don’t have any issues with the more expensive primers, like Urban Decay Primer Potion or Too Faced Shadow Insurance, I really just don’t see much of a difference between most of the high end and drugstore versions.

From cheapest to not-as-cheap:

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ELF Eyelid Primer - $1 

Very similar to UDPP, both in consistency, color options, and effectiveness. I use this on a daily basis, for the most part.  Buy Here

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ELF Mineral Eyeshadow Primer - $3

Very similar to the basic version, except this one has fewer color options, and claims to contain vitamins and minerals. Buy Here

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Essence I <3 Stage Eyeshadow Base - $3

Also similar to UDPP, in a light skintone color.  It is slightly opaque, like a base would be, to allow for brighter color payoff. Buy Here

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Wet n Wild Fergie Collection Take On The Day Eyeshadow Primer - $4

I find this to be very similar to TFSI, as it has the same squeeze-tube packaging and is slightly more opaque than UDPP.  This really locks eyeshadow in place. Buy Here

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Milani Eyeshadow Primer - $7

This is a very lightweight totally clear eyeshadow primer with a bit of a silicone slip to it.  Has a sort of gel-like texture but is undetectable when blended onto the skin. Buy Here

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NYX HD Eyeshadow Base - $7

This is my most recent buy.  I find it to be much like UDPP except that it is “High Definition”, which means that it does have a subtle sheen to it, which is supposed to make your eyeshadow really pop. Buy Here

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yaya03091991 asked: Do you put the Milk of Magnesia on your face??

Yeah girl!  Apply it with a cotton ball to all of the places where you get oily throughout the day.  Let it dry completely and then apply your makeup.

It might sound strange but it’s not going to harm you unless you’re allergic to it’s ingredients.  I only recommend it for people who have oily skin, because it can make your skin dry if you use it daily.  I apply a moisturizer underneath, and again at night when I take my makeup off, so I don’t have any issues with it.  It works really well, and is so much more affordable than any comparable primers.

**Drinking it will not help with oily skin.**

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Inexpensive Products That Will Take Your Makeup Game to the Next Level

1.  NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk

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What It Is:  NYX Jumbo Eye Pencils are creamy, super pigmented eyeshadow sticks that can be used anywhere on the eye.  ”Milk” is a creamy matte bright white that is opaque and very smooth.

Why It’s Awesome:  Apply this all over your eyelid and then apply your eyeshadow over top for SUPER bright color.  White bases help your eyeshadow really pop, no matter what color.  You could also apply this to your waterline (it shows up really well and lasts a long time) to make your eyes look bigger and more awake.  Apply a small amount just under the arch of your eyebrow and blend with your finger to create the perfect matte highlight.

Splurge:  NYX Jumbo Eye Pencils cost $5 and are dupes of Stila Smudge Crayons

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2.  Maybelline Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner

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What It Is:  Gel eyeliner is easy to apply, like a pencil, but has the same look and texture of a liquid.  Maybelline Lasting Drama is inexpensive, soft and dark, and doesn’t smudge or budge all over your eyelid.

Why It’s Awesome:  You can use gel eyeliner to create any eye look… wing it out thick or thin, add an extra wing, apply it to your waterline, or create intricate designs.  You can also blend it easily to get the perfect, easy sultry smoky eye!  Apply it as a base on your eyelid underneath dark eyeshadows to make them look extra lush.

Splurge:  Maybelline Lasting Drama Gel Liner costs $6 and is a dupe of MAC Fluidline and Bobbi Brown Longwear Gel Eyeliner

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3.  ELF Makeup Mist & Set

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What It Is:  Setting sprays are spritzed on your face lightly before or after makeup application.

Why It’s Awesome:  ELF Mist & Set contains skin refreshing ingredients like aloe, green tea, and vitamin C.  Apply it before your makeup to help foundation blend easier, or spray it on after you’ve applied your makeup to set it and remove any powdery or cakey texture.  Mist & Set is also a great pick-me-up throughout the day if your makeup starts to look dull.  Keep it in your fridge during hot days and use it whenever you’re feeling steamy!

Splurge:  ELF Makeup Mist & Set costs $3 and is a dupe of MAC Fix+ and Model In A Bottle Original Spray

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4.  Milk of Magnesia

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What It Is:  Milk of Magnesia is a liquid saline-based medical supplement that can also be used as a primer for people with oily skin.  

Why It’s Awesome:  If you have skin that gets severely greasy throughout the day, applying milk of magnesia underneath your makeup can help control oil all day.  This creates a perfectly matte finish and lasts for the whole day.  Just apply it with a cotton pad to the areas on your skin where you get shiny, and then do your usual makeup routine.  It has even helped some people with acne.

Splurge: Milk of Magnesia costs about $3 and could be a replacement for Smashbox Anti-Shine

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5.  Hard Candy Baked Bronzer in Tiki

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What It Is:  This baked bronzer is shimmery and easy to blend.  It can be used anywhere on the face or body.

Why It’s Awesome:  Although it looks a bit dark in this picture, Tiki actually is a very light golden color that makes the perfect highlight for any skin tone.  It blends flawlessly onto the skin and isn’t glittery or sparkly… it just catches light effortlessly and gives your whole face a flattering glow.  Use it on your cheekbones, browbones, forehead, cupids bow, chin and the bridge of your nose to get the perfect highlight.

Splurge:  Hard Candy So Baked Bronzer costs $9 and is a dupe of MAC MSF in Soft & Gentle

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6.  Rimmel Stay Matte Pressed Powder in Translucent

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What It Is:  This pressed powder helps control shine without looking powdery.  It gives a gorgeous satin matte finish that flatters your skin.  The translucent shade is colorless and works for most skin tones.

Why It’s Awesome:  Pressed powder isn’t specifically for your oily nose - you can use it for so many things.  Apply a bit with a concealer brush over your lipstick to help it last longer and give it a sexy matte finish; use it to set your concealer; gently pat it over your filled-in brows to keep the color in place.  

Splurge:  Rimmel Stay Matte Pressed Powder costs $4 and is a dupe of Laura Mercier Pressed Powder and Bobbi Brown Sheer Finish Pressed Powder

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7.  Wet n Wild Color Icon Lip Pencils

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What It Is:  An inexpensive pencil that provides a smudgeproof matte finish

Why It’s Awesome:  Lip liner is SO not old school!  Lip liner is normally used to create a perfect clean line on your lips and to keep your lipstick from feathering, but it has many uses.  Apply it all over your lips as a base to create perfect, long lasting lips; use a contrasting color on the outer corners and blend it in with lipstick  to partake in the super trendy ombre lip look.  Using a slightly darker shade of liner around the outer part of your lips will make your lips look more full and plump.

Splurge:  Wet n Wild Color Icon Lip Liner costs $1 and is a dupe of Illamasqua Medium Pencils

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8.  Monistat Soothing Care Powder Gel

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What It Is:  Monistat Gel is a silicone-based skin product that can be used as a makeup primer.

Why It’s Awesome:  Much cheaper and more available than most primers, this can be used all over your face or on your T-Zone to create a smoother surface for makeup to adhere to.  Because it’s silicone based, it will fill in fine lines and enlarged pores, smooth over dry skin patches and help your foundation give you more coverage.  It dries to a powdery finish so it won’t make you greasy or shiny.  It also contains fewer useless ingredients, fragrances and dyes than most makeup primers!

Splurge:  Monistat Soothing Care Powder Gel costs $5 and could be used in place of Benefit PoreFessional

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