There are a lot of people who are new to makeup or just want drugstore alternatives to high end make-up. So I've created a starter kit to give you guys an idea. These are not dupes, by any means; just products I've personally enjoyed over the years.

My favorite drugstore brushes are by Real Techniques. These brushes are so SOFT, and they're really affordable. You can find them at your local Target, Walmart, or Ulta. If you don't know which brush to choose, purchasing the brush sets will work just fine.

My two favorite drugstore primers are Black Radiance Beauty True Complexion Shine Control and Rimmel London's Stay Matte Primer.

The Fit Me! line has been around for a while, but they re-formulated the foundations. The Fit Me! Matte & Poreless foundation is Heaven sent!!

I love the Fit Me! concealers by Maybelline!!

Pressed Powder
I stated in my post about Black Radiance Beauty that I use they're pressed powder as a bronzer, however, I'm sure it's great if used as a pressed powder. L'Oreal also has a really good pressed powder.

Milani has some of the best drugstore blushes, if not the best.

Makeup Geek and ColourPop Cosmetics, which are technically not drugstore brands, eyeshadows are really inexpensive and super pigmented!

Maybelline has my favorite drugstore gel liner, and NYX has a really great liquid liner!

I've tried so many different mascaras, from high end to drugstore, but I always go back to Maybelline. My favorite would be the Falsies mascara.

I only use a brow pencil by NYC; it works perfectly fine for me. However, I've heard great things about NYX and ELF brow products

ColourPop, NYX and Rimmel London has some of the best lip products in the drugstore brand game; I promise!

Unfortunately, I have not found any drugstore bronzer or highlighter that I've really liked, but if you guys have any suggestions, I'm totally open to try them!! 

Have a great day!!
XO, Deanna


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