These makeup products are my favorite products of all time!  By no means am I saying that I use these products exclusively, but I am saying that these are the first products that I will replace should I lose my purse or if my house burned down.  If you bump into me on the street and ask me for my makeup bag, I promise you, that you find these items (except the full-sized sunscreen, under eye cream, and exfoliating lotion).  With these items, I don’t care where I am, I put an entire face together in minutes!

These are my favorite products of all time!  What are your favorite products? 

1. Glytone Exfoliating Lotion
(Stops acne dead in its tracks and helps me keep my skintone even.)

2. Purlisse Under Eye Cream
(There’s nothing you can do to stop crows feet; but adequate moisture slow them down.)

3. MAC’s Chestnut Lip Liner
(In my humble opinion, this is MAC’s most versatile lip liner color.  It pairs well with lipgloss, many other lipsticks, or stands up by itself.)

4. MAC’s Black Sands Powder Eyeshadow
(This color can be a crease color or stand on its own.)

5. Inglot Blush #37
(Orange blush just does something for my skintone:  I love it!)

6. Cetaphil Oil Control Sunscreen
(Nothing completely stops my oily skin, but the outcome of this product is on the same level as the more expensive products that I’ve tried).

7. Burts Bees Lip Balm with Vitamin E & Peppermint
(While other lip balms leave your lips waxy and taste weird, this one isn’t waxy and is odorless and tasteless!)

8. Smashbox’s Liquid Lips
(This lipstick has staying power and is just sexy.)

9. Benefit’s “they’re Real” mascara
(I like how it separates my sparse lashes.  Normally, I use two different mascaras; however, if I had to choose one mascara, this one is it.)

10. Makeup Forever Aqua Cream Eyeshadow
(Can be applied with the finger tips, and that’s just what I need when I’m applying makeup on the go.)

11.  Bobbi Brown Powder
(This powder is awesome.  It isn’t greasy, but it isn’t so matte that you look like a corpse.)

12.  Kabuki Brush
(If you’ve never used and mastered a kabuki brush, you wouldn’t understand.)