Revlon PhotoReady Foundation
I really think this foundation was formulated with me in Revlon's mind! It provides awesome full coverage, hides my imperfections, dries to a nice matte finish (some complained it looks shimmery under direct sunlight etc, that doesn't bother me since I don't look at myself in direct sunlight) and does make me photo ready! I especially love to use PhotoReady in nighttime looks :)
Milani Liquif'eye Metallic Eyeliner Pencils
I keep talking about these eyeliners because for me they are just that great. In case you don't know, I used to be in love with UD's Zero eyeliner but then I met something more amazing hint hint! They do not smudge on my lash lines, no raccoon eyes, last for a good while! Now, the packaging does say 'metallic' but they are not over the top kind of metallic, you will not notice it unless you look really close and focus really good. They can be used in everyday looks which is what I do.
This elf concealer does a wonderful job brightening up my under eye area which needs a little boost every now and then. Even if I don't always need concealer in this area, I still like the look of a lighter under-eye area so I use the Highlight side. I don't use this concealer on other problem areas such as blemishes as I am not really a fan of liquid concealers on other areas. (For blemishes, I prefer MAC's Studio Finish Concealer, it's unexplainably amazing, perfect color match too!)
Whether or not NYX is a drug-store brand is questionable and debatable as I don't have a drugstore where I live that carries this brand. However I have heard from others that drugstores (especially Rite-Aid) are where they find their NYX goodies. So I will just go ahead and categorize them as a drugstore brand as well.
NYX Jumbo Pencils
These jumbo pencils really live up to all the hype. I don't use every single one for the same purpose. Some of them such as the pink and black help me bring out the colors of my eye-shadows. For example, I love to use Strawberry Milk for purple looks, the combination of this pink pencil and a shimmery purple eye shadow creates a beautiful shade! I use the black one under a dark grey or black eyeshadow such as MAC's Print or Carbon as it can be tricky to get these colors to show up as dark as they look in the pan without having a base. I use the white one on inner corners. I use the other ones with coordinating eye shadows for better color pay off. I do use them with an eye shadow primer because they do tend to crease otherwise.
What are your favorite drugstore make-up products?