Bourjois Healthy Balance Powder - £8.99.
I use powder every time I wear makeup however, I hate the feeling of my skin feeling too matte or cakey. This is so finely milled that it feels almost creamy on the skin. Although it feels so light on the skin it still manages to keep oils a bit and stop the skin looking shiny.
Seventeen Stay Time 18 Hour Concealer - £4.49.
This is definitely my favourite concealer that I always recommend to people. It covers redness really well without looking heavy or cakey on the skin. It also doesn't cling to dry patches like some concealers can which makes it even more perfect for covering blemishes.
Milani Baked Blush in Berry Amore - $8.49. (UK Ebay Stockist)
This was a great find I picked up last time I was in America and is something I always reach for this time of year. It's such a beautiful shade with plum and bronze tones running through it. Where applied to the cheeks it gives a lovely, healthy glow to the cheeks which is always needed in the colder months. If you can get your hands on this it's a lovely product.
The Body Shop Honey Bronze Bronzing Powder - £13.00.
I like to use a matte bronzer this time of year to make my skin look a little less ghostly. This bronzer is the perfect pale, matte colour which can be applied sheer all over the face or heavier to give some contour to the cheeks.
Collection Brow Definer in Blonde - £2.79.
A downside to having blonde hair is that it can be very hard to find a good eyebrow product that matches. This is definitely one of the best i've found and the fact that it's very cheap is an added bonus. The point is very precise whilst being waxy so it's easy to fill in the brows whilst making them looking natural.
So those are some of my current everyday makeup staples. I am on the hunt for other good blonde eyebrow pencils so if you have any good recommendations I would love to hear them. What are some of your makeup staples?