NYX Dark Circle Concealer: This concealer can be a little drying but if you use a good eye cream or primer (like the e.l.f. Hydrating Under Eye primer), this concealer is really nice. I use it as a corrector and layer another on top, usually the Maybelline Age Rewind. Huge life saver with some major dark circles this month.
Tarte Maracuja Oil: I finished up the fresh Seaberry Oil and now I’m on to this mini sample. This seems to soak up a little faster than the Seaberry, which I like, and has a lighter texture.
Benefit Creaseless Cream Shadow – RSVP: Not only do I love this color, but I also love the formula. Even with my hooded, oily lids, this formula doesn’t make my mascara transfer at all. Big win.
e.l.f Contour Palette: I haven’t fully played around with all of the colors, but I would definitely repurchase this palette just for the color that I starred in the picture. I am guilty of trying to make too dark bronzers/contours work, but this color is perfect. I’ve been going in with it as my bronzer/contour and I love this tone because it is very neutral.
Garnier Skin Renew Anti-Dark Circle Roller: This is such an underrated product at the drugstore. It’s light formula is easy to work with and it has pretty great coverage for light makeup days.
EcoTools Precision Blush Brush: This brush has been my go-to brush with the Hourglass Ambient Lighting Palette. I like to use a really soft brush with this since it seems to be kicking up a little more powder as I’m getting further into the pans. I’ve been using the shade on the left to set my entire face this month and have really liked how my skin has been looking with that. I’ve also been using the middle shade as a “base highlight” and layering another on top. I can’t stress enough how awesome this palette is. It is so worth the splurge with all of it’s uses.