I currently use Benefit's version of this cream shadow base and really like it, but I've heard good things about the MAC Paint Pops and want to give them a go. As I have pale skin I think the shade Chilled On Ice will be a great base for any eyeshadow colour, whilst also giving a hint of shimmer to my eyelids.
This is a light gel textured highlighter which gives your check bones a gentle shimmer. I have seen this being used by Gabby on her YouTube channel and she has made me want to get my hands on it. I find that powder highlighters tend to wear off quite quickly on my skin so I'm hoping that this gel based one will last all day without fading.
This is a cult product for any blogger or YouTuber but not one I have tried yet. I have never been one to splurge on high end concealers, I tend to favour drug store ones as I don't suffer to badly from undereye circles or spots. However my skin has been really dry recently and the concealer I currently use just highlights the dry patches. I am hoping that this NARS concealer will be more hydrating for my skin.
These gorgeous brushes are the latest release in the Real Techniques brush collection. As soon as they were released my twitter feed was flooded with reviews on them and it has really made me want to try them out myself. To buy all the brushes is pretty expensive so I may have to buy one at a time. The ones I have been drawn to the most as the Luxury Appeal face brush and the Oval Shadow eyeshadow brush.
I have recently been given a load of depotted eyeshadows and I need somewhere to safely store them. A Z Palette will be ideal as I can add or remove as many shadows as I want. They are also great when the eyeshadows/blushes you need to store are in different sized trays because there are no holes the have to fit directly into.