6 Multipurpose Makeup Products You Need Right Now
Even though this blush stick might be a little more expensive than the stuff you’re used to, you can use it on your cheeks and eyes to get more bang for your buck. Choose from three shades: coral, red and pink to find the best match for your ideal makeup look.
Backstage at NYFW, celebrity makeup artist Erin Parsons taught us a cool hack that involves our favorite long-lasting lippie in a brand new shade named Composer. She used the liquid lipstick to create a stained look instead of a full-coverage one and even used it as blush on fair-toned models.
Create a variety of different eye looks using these super-blendable (and top rated) pigments. The formula starts out as power and then transforms to cream when you apply it to your skin. It comes in shimmery and matte finishes.
We recently got our hands on this lippie in the shade Swollen — a warm berry with a hint of brown. This shade (in addition to some of the others) are basically the epitome of fall color. We’re currently using this creamy formula on our cheeks, but you should try eyelids too, if you’re daring.
Mix these liquid pigments with your favorite moisturizer, or use them on their own depending on the amount of coverage you’re looking for. If your priority is skin care, drop two to four drops of pigment into your daily SPF.
Save space in your makeup bag by investing in a dual-ended makeup brush like this one from IT Cosmetics. We love to use the large end to apply foundation and the flat end to blend in concealer.