MAC Pro Longwear Paint Pot:
MAC Paint Pot can be used as an eye primer or a creamy eyeshadow. I personally use it as eye primer, but not all the time. I like that it helps keep my eyeshadow in place for the whole day, however there are some other things that I don’t like about this product. It’s not the easiest to blend in and when I first started using it, it was a bit difficult. I used small brush after small brush after even smaller brush. But then I used my finger and it blended okay, it still wasn’t the best for me. It did go on a little patchy and when I tried to put eyeshadow on top, it took a little bit to blend in. However, I do use this sometimes when I use bright colors. I do think it does help make the color pop better and keeps it on longer. I wouldn’t fully substitute this for a regular eye primer.
Can be found on their site or at Ulta Beauty.
Truly CBD Jelly Anti-Blemish Facial Serum
I am always cautious about what I use for skincare because my entire time growing up I had bad(ish) acne. So I always make sure that it’s dermatologist approved or has great reviews, but when I started using Truly CBD Jelly, I really liked it. It made my skin feel relaxed and helped clean up my face. It’s supposed to help with redness and it really has helped the redness go down in my face. My skin feels so smooth and refreshed. I highly recommend trying this.
Found on their website or at Ulta
Bare Minerals Eyeshadow Powder
These are a little old (remember I do use expired makeup sometime *read here*) but Bare Minerals still makes these amazing loose powder eyeshadows! They are super pigmented and easy to blends. I just love them. I also love them because they are small enough to travel with and I can store a lot of them in my makeup bag. Even though they probably stopped making certain colors, Bare Minerals still has a lot of cute colors for all occasions.
Sold on the Bare Minerals website and Ulta