1. e.l.f. Hydrating Camo Concealer
This concealer stays on my face all day, and it never looks cakey. There's a pretty decent shade range, too. I think that there could be more darker shades, however.

2. Jergens Natural Glow Wet Skin Moisturizer
This is really convenient. I use this at the end of my showers, and it works really good. My skin doesn't feel oily, and I've noticed I have a lot less blemishes on my chest, back, and shoulders. Also, it gives a gradual tan while keeping my skin soft.

3. Sun Bum Tinted Lip Balm SPF 15 in Bonfire
I love tinted lip balms, and this one takes the cake. I've only had it for a few days, but I love it already. It has the same hydrating feel that their other lip balms have, and it has a pretty tint to it. It smells like coconuts, and the packaging is pretty cute.

4. Victoria's Secret Pure Seduction Perfume
This perfume has lasted me almost a year, and it's a favorite. I like that it smells sweeter than floral perfumes.

5. Glossier Cloud Paint in Dusk and Storm
I love Glossier, and these products are the best. I never cared much for blush until I bought these. I like Dusk a lot because it gives a good summertime bronze while also being pretty sheer. It's a light product that doesn't feel like too much for the summer heat.

6. Love Beauty and Planet
Love Beauty and Planet's products have made my hair look so much better in the past two years I've used it. I've noticed that they don't really do much, other than moisturize my hair and make it look shiny and healthy. If you want products to help with frizz, volume, etc., I'd recommend using serums, oils, mousse, etc. These products have done more for my hair than anything else. They're a little pricey, but they last so long that it's barely noticeable. You'll maybe use three to four bottles of shampoo a year.