ELF Under Eye Conceal & Highlight (Fair/Glow)
This concealer is just neutral enough to fit with fair skin. If you've ever purchased from EyesLipsFace before, you know their idea of light is a yellow toned porcelain. This concealer patted on top of the highlighter blends to the perfect covering highlight.
ELF HD Lifting Concealer (Balancing)
You may know this as the lavander that is closer to white out than any 50 shades of purple. While it has a tint, it blends almost white and can be used as a fierce highlight or a lightener for any deep creme product.
Wet N Wild Single Eyeshadow (Brulé)
I love this for almost everything. Brulé is a matte warm eyeshadow that adds a lovely bit of coverage on top of any creme base. I use this to set anywhere on the face and even help 'bake' my contour.
ELF Single Eyeshadow (Pebble)
For those that want a chiseled face, this cool taupe is your gal. It's almost the exact dupe for the ever popular but sadly reformulated NYX Taupe Blush.
ELF Clarifying Pressed Powder (Toffee)
Last but far from least, this face powder wouldn't exactly work for those of us who are see through. Instead, I love this for a warmer contour and all over bronzer. The shade is almost dupable to Too Faced's Milk Chocolate.