Sunday, November 18

REVIEW: SIGMA F82 Round Kabuki & Real Techniques Buffing Brush

I have been interested in Sigma brushes ever since they became popular. I've never had a really nice brush set, so I'm excited to try out more of their products.

I got so giddy when I opened the box to find my very own F82 Round Kabuki face brush. I immediately started to compare it to my Real Techniques buffing brush.

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I've have been using my Real Techniques buffing brush for almost a year to apply my foundation, and I've loved it. This brush is not as dense as the F82, and has longer bristles--not by much, but their is a difference when applying your makeup.

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This is one of the photos I took, and they didn't turn out so well! #ohwell
I find that when I use the Sigma F82, it's so much easier to buff the foundation into my skin. The process doesn't take as long, and I feel like I use less foundation when using the F82.

I find that when I use the RT buffing brush, the foundation eases its way up into the bristles farther causing me to use more foundation and making it harder to clean the brush. I'm also not too crazy about the look of the orange-y gold handle.

I think both brushes are great though, and I would recommend either of them.

The Real Techniques buffing brush comes in a set called the Core Collection with three other brushes for $17.99, and it's available at, ULTA stores or The only other brush that I reach for frequently out of that set is the contour brush that I use for blush every now and again.

The Sigma F82 Round Kabuki can be purchased on it's own at for $18. You can also get the whole Synthetic Kabuki Kit set which includes the F82 and four other kabuki brushes for $76. I think buying the set would be nice because I wouldn't have to wash my one brush as frequently--if that makes sense? I'd have a clean brush for every day of the week!

Have you tried either of these brushes? Let me know what your opinions are.
Do you have reviews of them? I'd love to check them out--leave your link!


Friday, November 16

REVIEW: NARS Blush Deep Throat

I really feel like I have been bombarding you guys with reviews lately, but I can't help it. I have been breaking out like crazy, and I've bitten my nails down so far it hurts to type! haha

If you have been following me for a while, you've probably gathered that I am more of a drugstore makeup lover. BUT I love to splurge, and I've found some pretty amazing high-end products. In my opinion, if I'm going to spend money on a product, it sure as hell better be worth it.

I decided to take the plunge and get a NARS blush. I hear so many great things about this brand, and they look absolutely amazing. The packaging is to die for, and their well-known for their provocative named products.

Deep Throat is the shade that landed in my shopping cart on

I think their most famous blush has to be Orgasm. I did think that I would get that one, but I thought--why not try something new?

I'm actually very satisfied with Deep Throat. It's very pigmented, and it's such a beautiful color. It's a peachy pink with a faint golden shimmer--in the shade range I usually reach for.

For $27 this is definitely a splurge, but well worth it. I know this is a blush that I will reach for often.

I tried to find a dupe in my blush collection, but nothing was exact. The blushes I compared it to were NYX Blush in Pinched (more pink than Deep Throat); Wet & Wild Mellow Wine (Similar color, more pigmented, and matte), and ELF Candid Coral (way more on the peachy orange side).

If you are thinking about purchasing Deep Throat, those are the colors to keep in mind, but they aren't exact.

I got my NARS blush from, but Nars is also available at Sephora stores,, and

In case you were wondering I use my MAC 168 brush to apply my blush!

What do you think of NARS blushes? Which ones have you tried, and which ones are you most interested in?

Let me know in the comments!


Tuesday, November 13

Lorac Pro Palette Neutral Eye

Ever since I did the review of the Lorac Pro Palette, the requests from you guys for makeup looks using it have grown!

I did do a smokey eye for the wonderful Aly of Wonderland Beauty using this palette. I suggest checking that post, as well as, her blog out!

This past weekend I went out with the boy, and this is the eye look I created. All shadows are from the Lorac Pro Palette-Nude, Champagne, Taupe, Sable & Espresso. The lashes are from Kiss, and the review of those can be found HERE. I NEVER EVER do winged liner, but I think I nailed it in this look!

I would love to hear what you think! Hope everyone is having a great week!


Sunday, November 4

FAVORITES of October!

For some reason every time I go to pull together my favorites of the month, I always go for the same products. I haven't been buying a lot of makeup because I have so much already! I've realized that I need to "shop my collection" more.

Most of these products you've probably already seen me talk about or are fairly new.

1. Lorac Pro Eyeshadow Palette ($42 at Sephora or ULTA): I have a review up for this palette, so I won't go too much into details because you can find that HERE. It's got 8 matte and 8 shimmer shadows. It's a really nice palette that you can reach for to achieve so many different looks!

2. Revlon ColorStay Whipped Foundation ($10-15 at drugstores & ULTA): I also have a review up of this foundation. It's a great oil control and long lasting foundation. It's a bit pricier than the regular Revlon ColorStay liquid foundation, but I find that I don't have to use as much. You can check out my review of that HERE.

3.CoverGirl Quad in Country Woods ($4-6 at drugstores & ULTA): These colors are great for a sheer wash of color over the lids. I love using this quad if I'm in a hurry and want quick look. The colors are sheer, but buildable--great for beginners!

4. Benefit Box Blush in Georgia (I can't even remember! haha It might be discontinued): I remember buying the day after Thanksgiving last year for a steal with another box blush from benefit. I didn't realize how light and unusable it was. I think a lot of people own this box blush or did own it and have gotten rid of it! I find that as I keep getting lighter in skin tone, it works nicely as an all over face powder if used lightly. It smells amazing, and if you already own it, I encourage you to try it as a face powder! If not, it looks nice as a highlight on your brow bone for any look.

5. Maybelline Color Tattoo in Bad to the Bronze ($7-9 at drugstores & ULTA): Love this! It works great as a base and all by itself all over the lid. It's really pretty, and I love the way that it looks with my blue eyes.

6. China Glaze Below Deck ($5-8 at Sally's Beauty Supply or ULTA): Beautiful color for fall. These colors are my go-to for fall, so I had to include this one. Rimmel makes another color similar!

7. Orly Rage ($6-8 Sally's or ULTA): This a color that I've gotten more recently--maybe mid summer. I love this color and it's been on my nails since mid September.

Friday, November 2

REVIEW: Kiss Ever Pro Lashes Starter Kit

I'm gonna make this simple--love the lashes, not a fan of the glue or the tweezer thingy!

The lashes are gorgeous. I've never tried thick false lashes like these before...and I'm certainly kicking myself. They're really great if you want that full and thick look. For me they are just the right length, and they're very durable. I've worn them twice already, and they still look like new!

I am always hesitant to try the lash glue that comes with the lashes. This glue didn't hold them for very long. I suggest buying a tube of lash glue (Duo).

I was really excited about the tweezer included, but it just made it difficult to apply. I find that using your fingers works the best!

So do you really need to buy the "starter kit" my opinion, NO.

If you buy a tube of glue and just buy the lashes, you will be set! If you wanted to buy the starter kit to try yourself it retails for about $6.

What kind of lashes and lash glue are your favorites? Let me know in the comments!


REVIEW: Goody Simple Styles Spin Pin

Final product from the Influenster Beauty Bloggers VoxBox--the Goody Simple Styles Spin Pin.

Again, I was super excited because I have thought about buying these in store! I think they are a great idea, and now that I have them and I've actually tried them--I guess it's a toss up depending on your hair length and the way you'd use them.

I got to first say that I haven't been wearing my hair in messy buns simply because my hair is getting really long, and I hate trying to detangle the knots I get from messy buns. When I want to wear a bun out, my sock buns and loop buns don't require a spin pin to hold.

Confused yet? haha

But I do love these for when I've just gotten out of the shower, towel dryed my hair, and I've twisted it into a tight bun so I can do my makeup and not worry about it getting in my face. That's really the only time that I've used them, but love them for that!

If you have shorter hair, I don't know how well they'd work. And obviously I don't think they'd hold if you were playing sports or working out. That might sound weird, but they don't seem like they'd hold as well as a pony tail.

These to me are either a "getting ready" asset or a "going out, I'm gonna twist my hair up" thing! haha

I think the biggest reason I haven't used them anywhere but at home is because (1) I can't put it around my wrist like a pony tail and (2) they're not flat like bobby pins and make your pocket look lumpy!

If you're thinking about buying them for yourself, definitely assess your hair type and where you'd use them! They retail for $7-8 at drugstores!

Let me know if you've tried these and what you're hair type is and where you wore them!

I'd also like to know if you like separate posts for these VoxBox reviews, or if you like them all piled into one!


REVIEW: NYM Smooth Moves Frizz Control Hair Cream

I know I keep saying that I was super excited about all these products that I received in my Influenster Beauty Bloggers VoxBox, but it's by far my favorite and best yet!

The next product is Not Your Mother's Smooth Moves Frizz Control Hair Cream. I had to laugh because I love trying any kind of leave in hair cream!

I absolutely love the smell--Coconut & Silk extracts--YUM! The scent lingers in your hair all day!

I really don't have anything bad to say about this product. I like to put it in my hair after I've showered and  I'm headed out the door. I think it's great for the days that I don't do anything but let my hair air dry.

A full size of this product retails for $6, and you can find them in drugstores!

Have you tried Not Your Mother's products? Do you like them? Have you seen Not Your Mother's products in store?


Thursday, November 1

REVIEW: NYC Individual Eyes Custom Compact

I got to admit when I heard that I had been selected to receive the Beauty Bloggers VoxBox from Influenster, I had to find out what was in them! I had a sneak peak at Andrea Matillano's Beauty Bloggers unboxing video, and got even more excited when I saw that NYC had thrown in one of their Individual Eyes Custom Compacts. I was a bit disappointed when I had received my box and found that I got the palette that I did.

I received the Limited Edition Dark Shadows palette. The reason I was disappointed is because I have so many similar colors, and I don't wear shades like that much.

BUT the colors are very pigmented, and I understand why they paired them together. They're all shimmery which is a turnoff for me. The shadows can be powdery and because of this, the fallout in the palette gets caught in the primer and illuminator.

The primer and illuminator are not the best, and because the dark shadow fallout lands in them, it makes them dark and gross.

I really like the concept of this palette and the price. It retails for $4.99, and you can get them in drugstores that carry NYC products.

I know for a fact that I won't reach for this palette on a regular basis--only if I want to use one of the colors in the palette.

What do you think of these palettes? Have you tried them? I would love to know what you think!


REVIEW: BBW Mini Candle White Barn Nutmeg & Spice

I love candles. The only time that I burn candles is in the colder months, so I was so excited when I received a Mini Bath and Body Works candle in my Influenster Beauty Bloggers VoxBox! These retail for $3.50 each or 2 for $5. I received the White Barn Nutmeg and Spice candle, and I really have been enjoying it.

If you are a candle lover, these mini size candles are perfect! Not only is the price great, but you can buy more scents and not have to worry about burning big candles and have them taking up storage space.

I've never had a problem with BBW candle wicks, and they seem to last a pretty long time. Even though it's a mini size, the scent filled up the downstairs of my home in a matter of minutes.

They're cute, easy to store, and smell absolutely AMAZING! BBW has hit the nail on the head with these, and there are so many different scents to choose from.These are perfect for gifts for the holidays or great as housewarming gifts. I know of a few people who will probably be getting these from me for the holidays!

Have you ever tried a Bath & Body Works candle? How do they compare to others you've tried!?

Disclaimer: I received this product for the purpose of review. All opinions are honest and of my own.

Hope everyone is having a great day!


Monday, October 29

UPDATE: My social sites!

Just wanted to update you guys on a few things, and tell you that all the photos are linked to the sites discussed! I've had quite a few new followers to my blog, so I want to welcome and thank all my new as well as long-time followers. I really am blessed and appreciate all the kind comments! You guys are truly the reason I keep blogging!

First off I want to say that if you have any questions, concerns, or requests, you can e-mail me at Pretty easy to remember, huh? I check my e-mail pretty frequently throughout the day.

BUT if you want a quicker response, I'm on Twitter 24/7. I'm on it when I'm on the computer doing stuff, and I carry my phone with me all the time, so I can respond in a matter of minutes...unless I'm sleeping--then it'll have to wait till morning! I know that I have quite a few readers from around the world, so please keep in mind the time difference!

Photo is linked--click to view my Twitter account!

Now on to the fun stuff! If you have been following me for a while, you know that I FREAKING LOVE PINTEREST! I think everyone should have a pinterest account. This site is amazing. It's my recipe book, blogging inspiration, it's pretty much taken over Google, AND my wedding planner all in one--shhhh don't tell Ethan! I've seriously learned so much from this site! If you have pinterest I would love to see your pins and boards so please leave your name or links to your profile in the comments.

Photo is linked--click to view my Pinterest profile!

Something new in my world recently is Instagram! I know you are only able to access this through an apple or android product (from my understanding), but since the boy just recently got the Samsung Galaxy III, I couldn't resist downloading the app for myself. Like with all of these sites, please leave your username in the comments!
Since I don't know if I can link to my Instagram profile...I have put together a collage of photos and I will leave my username below!


I have tried to link this photo to a photo from my Instagram account, let me know if it works!

Like I said before, the photos are linked to the appropriate page! Please leave your links or names in the comments below! I would love to follow you on these sites! As always, these links can be found at the top of my blog!

If you have any neat and interesting sites to share, please let me know! I am always up for trying new things!

Hope everyone has a great rest of the week!


Tuesday, October 23

TRAVEL TIP: Books & Magazines

I was going through my closet a few weeks ago getting rid of everything that I don't need anymore, when I came across this laptop case that came with my purse that I bought from Target. My intentions were to keep it--because, let's face it, I knew I could use it for something!

Well, I found my use for it! I don't know about you, but I get super annoyed when the pages of my books and magazines get bent all to hell, but they fit perfectly inside the laptop case!

I do quite a bit of traveling with road trips with the boy or just to school. I do a lot of reading and looking through magazines gathering inspiration during those trips or during my downtime at school.

This past weekend the boy and I made a trip about 2 hours from home, and it was so nice to reach into my bag and grab out a neat magazine that wasn't bent or curled from being in my purse!

This is just one of those things that makes life so much better, and I hope that you found it helpful!

Cheers to no more bent pages!


Thursday, October 18

Lorac Pro Palette REVIEW

You guys asked for it...HERE IT IS! I have finally gotten around to reviewing the Lorac PRO Palette ($42).

The boy bought this palette for me about a month ago, and not only do I absolutely love him, I LOVE the palette as well! Honestly, if I would choose this palette over both the Naked palettes from Urban Decay!

Reasons why I wanted it:
1. Half matte(8)-half shimmer(8)
2. Has three great browns
3. Very beautiful, light, neutral colors
4. Darker shades (Matte black & brown)
5. Word was that every color was pigmented!
6. It literally would have every color you'd need!

 There are so many reasons I like this palette. Every reason I wanted it just makes it that much better now that I've been using it throughout the month. You can achieve a light, everyday look or a beautiful smokey eye look.

The shadows can be a bit "powdery" but a little tap of the brush before application takes care of that.

Like I said before, I would take this palette over both of the Naked palettes. It's a few bucks cheaper, and comes with more shadows. There are 8 matte, 8 shimmer shades that are so gorgeous.In my opinion, I think there are very close dupes from the Naked palettes.

As far as which palette best suits you...I guess it's just a matter of opinion.

Let me know what your thoughts are of this palette! I would to hear from you!


Monday, October 15

Bride-To-Be VoxBox Reviews!

Kiss everEZlashes $3.99

I love wearing false lashes, but I've never tried these. It was an interesting experience; however, I did NOT like the strings. they didn't pull out easily, and I could not get the lashes lined up to my lashes using them. I loved the lashes...not the strings. I pulled the strings out before I did the second eye and applied them like I normally would, and they looked so much better than trying to use the strings with them.

It came with a little tube of lash glue which I thought worked fine. I prefer my DUO lash glue that I just recently purchased over anything.
Verdict: Great lashes, you don't need the strings! I will probably purchase them!

Dream Water $2.99

I have to admit that I was hesitant to use it. It claims to help you fall asleep. I chugged it, and about 20 minutes after drank it, I felt tired. It seems like a great overall idea, but I'm thinking that it's more of a "mental" "I just drank dream water, so I should feel sleepy" if that makes sense?

Verdict: To me it's a mental thing more than anything. I won't be repurchasing.


The box came with a business card for and a code for "Friends of the Bride who are still looking for the one." I've never used a dating site, and neither have any of my friends. This is actually the first time of me hearing about this certain dating site.

Verdict: Not sure.Check it out if you want to? haha

Rescue Gum $5.95'

This gum claims to relieve your stress. I didn't like it. The flavor was okay....I'm more of a minty gum girl, and this just didn't cut it. I gave it to my family to try, and they didn't like it either. I've been really stressed with school lately, and didn't even notice a difference. I chewed it before and while taking an exam, and I didn't notice a difference.

Verdict: Not very good. Won't purchase.

Schwarzkopf Professionals BC Repair Rescue

BC Repair Rescue Shampoo $18

BC Repair Rescue Conditioner $21
BC Repair Rescue Sealed Ends $21

LOVE all three of these products. I have thick hair and ever since I have started using these my hair has felt so light and airy. I don't care for the smell of the shampoo, but the conditioner and sealed ends smell amazing! I have noticed that when I curl my hair, it stays curled for much longer than normal. I was hesitant about using the conditioner because it is such a thin consistency, but it actually detangled and smoothed my hair very nicely. As far as the sealed ends, there's no way that it can repair your split ends. Once your hair splits, it splits. I do like this product because it does seem to leave my hair even more smooth.

Verdict: I love these products. I don't know if I will repurchase, but it's a possibility.

These are my own opinions. This box was sent to my by Influesnter for the purpose of review.


Sunday, October 14

REVIEW: Revlon ColorStay Whipped Foundation


I have been using the ColorStay Liquid foundation for the past two years now, and it just hasn't been working as great lately. When I saw this new Whipped formula on YouTube, I knew I had to try it to see if it would even compare to the Liquid formula.

I don't think I have ever been so impressed with a product before in my life! You can get whatever coverage you need out of this product. You can apply it thinly or if you need more coverage in certain area, it's buildable without looking cake-y!

I have really oily skin, and I'm NOT oily by the end of the day. That alone makes me so freakin' happy! haha I don't need to set it with powder, and it's much more blendaable, in my opinion, than the ColorStay Liquid Foundation.

The price made me hesitant to buy because it was $14. But because I had a coupon for ULTA, I got it for about $9. Totally worth the price. The packaging claims you get 0.8 fl. oz. and the Liquid you get 1.0 fl. oz. In my opinion, that doesn't mean anything because we all use a different amount of foundation from day-to-day, so you're obviously going to run out whenever you're gonna run out.

At my ULTA there were I believe 10-12 shades of the Whipped formula. For the liquid I think there are more shades, and you have the option to buy the "Normal" and "Combination/Oily" formulas which you don't have that option with the Whipped.

When I originally posted on Twitter asking if you guys were interested in a first impressions/review, the majority of questions I had were if it was good for dry skin. I don't have dry skin; I have very oily skin. Because I don't get oily throughout the day, I'm just gonna take a stab at it and say that it MIGHT be DRYING if you have dry skin. Again, that's just my opinion, so if I can find a good review of this product from someone who has dray skin, I will let you guys know!

You all wanted to know what I use to blend it out with, and I use either my ELF Flattop Powder Brush or my Real Techniques Buffing Brush.

I think that's all I have to say about this product, but if you have any other questions just leave them in the comments! Let me know if you like this if you have tried it!

Hope everyone is having a great weekend!


PS: I also just joined INSTAGRAM: brittany_witt

Wednesday, October 10


 Notice anything different!?

I haven been having so much fun playing with these colored contacts that I received from Any kind of contact lenses that you can think of, you can find it on their site! They have both prescription who need it and non prescription for people like me who don't.They are a company from the UK, but I thought that the shipping was great! It only took a little over a week.

I chose brown because my eyes are originally blue, so I wanted to switch it up!When I got them in the mail I didn't tell anyone because I wanted to see if anyone noticed. I must say that everyone knew something was different, but they had no idea! The boy didn't even notice--but I guess that's normal! haha

I got to admit I was really scared to put them in and take them out, but I've gotten the hang of them! I am interested in getting more because I love the way I can change up my look!

I also absolutely love how my blue eyes come through when my pupils are smalls.
I think this time of year is perfect for experimenting with your look--especially with Halloween not too far away!

Let me know if you like the new look and don't forget to check out!


Sunday, September 30

SEPTEMBER Favorites!

It seems like whenever I go to do my favorites for the month I've already shared what I've been loving in a favorites post! I haven't been buying a whole lot of makeup, and I haven't been using different products so there's not much different from any other month!

I did find a few products that I know I haven't talked about yet that I have been loving, so here we go!

I don't know why I've never mentioned this before because I've been using it for almost a year and LOVE IT! I am super lazy when it comes to washing my makeup off at night before bed, and this is a lifesaver. I use this Pond's Cold Cream and put a thin layer all over my face, let it sit while I brush my teeth, and then wipe it off with a warm wash cloth. It doesn't get any easier than that! The makeup comes off so easy, and it doesn't take much time. It smells amazing, and pretty affordable!

Next is the L'Oreal scrublet. This little thing comes with those 360ยบ Clean Facial washes. I'm not a fan of the cleanser, but I LOVE this rubber scrublet. I use it in the shower after I've applied whatever face wash I grabbed for--let the cleanser sit, then I take the scrublet and do circular motions all over my face. I love that it feels as if the little "bristles" are gently breaking up the dirt and makeup off my face.

Last but certainly not least is NYX single eyeshadow in True Taupe. This is a dupe for Urban Decay Naked. Love both of them--they are great for blending out crease colors! True Taupe is a great alternative to Naked. I'm so happy I could find a dupe!

Let me know what you think of these products!


Saturday, September 29

School Spirit--Football Nails!

This weekend was homecoming for my boyfriend's high school and my high school. We decided to go to his school for the football game because his younger brother is a senior linebacker for the team! They unfortunately lost with only a few seconds left in the game, but it was fun to go and support him.

Earlier in the week I was really trying to decide what I wanted to on my nails. I knew I really wanted to do something festive because it was homecoming, so I decided to a splatter with their school colors!

I used Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in All Fired Up! and Sinful Colors Black on Black. As I said in a recent post, these are my favorite--AND I realized they are perfect for any school colors. With football season getting into high gear, I think it's perfect for manicures!

Let me know what you think of this look in the comments--don't forget to follow me on Twitter!

Hope you guys have a great and safe weekend!


Sunday, September 23

Stack em, Girl!

Yesterday the boy and I had date night; and while I was getting ready, I realized I've been stacking my headbands and have never shown it in a post.

Here I just took two skinny black headbands (they were the same brand) and put a silver and black lace in between. So simple and great for changing up the look. I especially love it because I can use a few skinny headbands and get the thick headband effect which is great because I have long, thick hair!

What do you think of stacking headbands? Have you done it?

Hope everyone has a great week!


Monday, September 17

My Favorite Mani--SPLATTER!

I always get asked which type of manis are my favorite.

I have a lot, but splatter manis are my absolute favorite--mostly because they always turn out different, and the color combinations are endless!

Although it's my favorite, I don't do it as much because I make a big mess when I do it! haha The things you do for beauty! 

I don't think I've ever posted this mani on my blog before, but I do know that I used it as a guest post back in April for the beautiful Kayla (Sheer Beauty).

If you want to see a step by step how-to, go check out the original post on her blog!

Hope you guys enjoyed this look, and I hope everyone has a great week!


Friday, August 24

PINK Weavin!

I am obsessed with these 'fishtale weave' manis! There are endless possibilities for color combinations!

The following are the colors I used to create this look:

Sally Hansen--Coral Reef
Wet & Wild--Dreamy Poppy
China Glaze--Shocking Pink (Neon)
Seche Vite Top Coat

Hope you enjoyed! If someone could tweet me to let me know that this posted I would really appreciate it! @BrittanysSecret!

Hope you guys are having a great week!


Wednesday, August 22

Playing With COLOR.

I must say that the photos do not to justice to this look as much as I'd like them to!

Yesterday I had to run a few errands with my mom after she got off work, and I got experimental while doing my makeup. It's been a while since I've posted and eye of the day, but it's been an even longer time since I have worn this many colors on my eyes at once!

This look consists of navy, purples, and gold! I hope you enjoy--let me know in the comments if you like it!


HOPEFULLY THIS POSTED ON TUESDAY--I tried to set it so it automatically posted! Someone tweet me to let me know! ;) @BrittanysSecret

Monday, August 20

TOP 5 Drugstore Makeup Products!

If you have been following me for a while, you could probably sense that I am a drugstore kinda girl. I love splurging on high end makeup every once in a while, but I think there are a lot of great drugstore products out there!

I think all of these products would be a great for a starter kit. I'm not going to go into depth because I absolutely love all five of these products--I believe they all have been featured in my favorites!

L'Oreal Voluminous Carbon Black (Waterproof) Mascara

Revlon Colorstay Foundation

ELF Blush & Bronzing Contour Powder

L'Oreal Lineur Intense Carbon Black Liquid Eyeliner

Maybelline Fit Me Concealer

I would love to know if you have tried any of these products and your opinions of them!