Olivia Garden Ceramic Round Brush // This boar bristle brush was tricky to use at first (my hand eye coordination is less than stellar), but now I can’t imagine going back to my previous method. It creates the perfect blowout and speeds drying time, which is everything to me on weekday mornings.
Lancome Nude Miracle // I tried a few foundations before committing to this one, and while I love the coverage, matte finish, and added SPF, it was the scent that sealed the deal for me. Some brands can smell almost chemical-ly or like costume makeup, but Lancome Nude Miracle smells fresh and light and adds an uplifting element to my morning routine.
Balenciaga B. // Speaking of amazing scents, Balenciaga B. is a subtle blend of fresh and feminine that’s perfect for everyday wear. It’s light and uplifting, and has become a favorite part of my morning beauty routine. I bought it as a Valentine’s Day gift to myself and plan to keep it as a signature scent for a long time.
Laura Mercier Secret Camouflage // This is a product that first caught my eye in this tutorial so I decided to give it a whirl. It is amazing in that it works like Photoshop for the face. I have a new sunspot pop up every other day (thanks to my younger, tanorexic self) so I use this to cover blemishes and discoloration. The brush is sold separately but my advice is buy both products together. I didn’t buy it at first, but quickly realized the makeup doesn’t achieve my desired result without the proper tool.