This bronzer came out of nowhere and changed my world! I think the first time I discovered it was in my monthly Ipsy GlamBag. They had included a small sample size of this bronzer and I fell in love. So in love, that I went and bought the full size version almost immediately! Now let me tell you why I love this bronzer SO much. 1) It is the perfect shade. Not too cool and not too warm. The perfect middle. It compliments my skin color so well, and gives off the most radiant warm glow. It is perfection. 2) It's not glittery, it's glowy. Is glowy a word? It is now. When you first look at this bronzer, you may think you see glitter. But when it is applied to the skin, it is nothing but a gorgeous bronze glow. 3) It applies so well! I usually use a somewhat dense, but fluffy, brush to apply this bronzer and it always blends out so nicely. I wouldn't use a super dense brush because this is not a contour color. If you're in the market for a new bronzer, definitely give this a try. I know the price seems pretty high, but you get a lot of bang for your buck.
7) MAC Pro Longwear Paint Pot in Painterly $22.00
Let's talk eye primer! I purchased MAC's paint pot back in 2013, actually on the same day that I purchased my first Mineralize Skin Finish. Okay, don't yell at me. I am still using the same paint pot that I purchased in 2013. I know, I know. That's probably terrible in terms of sanitation, but how crazy is that?! I use this product literally every time I wear eye makeup, and I have not run out yet. That just goes to show how little product you need each time you use it. I haven't even told you what I use it for! This product makes a great eye primer! According to MAC's website, It's actually supposed to be "a long-wearing blendable cream shadow that can be worn alone or with other products." I've personally never worn this specific shade on it's own, mainly because it is the color of my skin, but I always apply it before I put on any eye products. What the paint pot does, is it creates a barrier between your skin and your shadows. Eyelids naturally create oils throughout the day, but with the paint pot, those oils cannot get through to the shadows to cause any creases. Again, the price is high, but with how little product you need to use each time, it will last forever. If I had known I would be using it for three years, I may have started sanitizing it early on. If you are going to purchase, I would recommend using a sanitized spatula to scrape a bit of product out of the pot.
8) Kiko Precision Eyeliner $10.00