BeautyBlender || $19.95 – A BeautyBlender is a sponge that comes small and dry but when you are ready to use it you run it under water, squeezing the excess out and it doubles in size. You then dab the sponge in your foundation and pounce it over your face. In my opinion this tool provides the most flawless application of liquid foundation! NOTE: there are knockoffs on the market but I have not found any that compare to this little guy.
BeautyBelender Solid Cleanser || $15.95 – When it comes to cleaning makeup brushes I’m a proponent of using either baby shampoo or cheap cleansers. However, when it comes to the BeautyBlender, while other cleansers CAN be used, I find that the solid works the BEST. It is almost a miracle worker.
Tarte Bamboo Airbuki Brush || $26 – When it comes to setting powders I usually tend to go with big fluffy brushes because I like the way that they feel on my face. However, when it comes to POWDER foundations one of my favorite way to apply them is with a kabuki brush because they buff the foundation in better. I have found that the Tarte Airbuki gets the best coverage without lines and feels the best in the hand.
Z Palette || $20 – If you’re someone that either A. purchases eye shadow’s and blushes in the refill sizes or B. has a lot of eye shadow packages and blush packages running around then this product for you. You can depot your eye shadows and blushes, remove the plastic outer casing from around the metal pan holding the product, and then set them inside of this magnetic pan. This is a great way of condensing down the mess.
Clarisonic Mia 2 || $150 – I LOVE the Clarisonic for how clean it can get your skin. It gets really down deep and removes all the dirt, grime, and makeup that is hiding in your pores and you may not even realize that they’re THERE! The Clarisonic can be used with any cleanser and can be used with replacement heads for those who may have sensitive skin or are more acne prone.