I use quite a few eye products when doing my makeup everyday, but these five are definitely the ones I use the most. Let me know your most used eye products in the comments below, and be sure to subscribe for more posts like this!
- Milani Eyeshadow Primer
I recommend this primer for anyone starting out in makeup. It’s lightweight, easy to use and sheers out well, so it can be used on any skin tone. It’s also a drugstore product, so it’s only six or seven dollars. I have used this everyday since I got it and I think it is just as good as the high-end stuff. This primer keeps your shadow looking vibrant all day long.
- Kat Von D Tattoo Liner in Trooper
This is a cult favorite for good reason: it is very easy to use. If you are not an expert at winged liner, you need this in your life. It makes getting that winged look so much easier. It’s not the most “true” black formula, and it is not waterproof by any means, but it stays on for a very long time. Since I have watery eyes, I would prefer a waterproof product, but for now this is my favorite liquid liner.
- Jordana 12 HR Made to Last Liquid Eye Pencil
This is a new find, and I only have it in the color “Jade Jewel” because it was on sale, but I can’t ignore its awesome formula. If I need an eyeliner pencil, I always reach for this, even though it’s green. It is so creamy and smooth that there is absolutely no drag across the lid. It’s also waterproof, which can be hard to find in eyeliner in general. I need to get more of these.
- e.l.f Eyebrow Kit in Medium
This was my first eyebrow product, but I still reach for it all the time. I love the combo of a tinted wax with a lighter powder to set it. The kit also comes with a small dual-ended brush with one side angled and the other side a fluffier brush for the shadow. I use my own angled brush, but the powder brush is the perfect size for my brows. As you all know, e.l.f is darn cheap, so it’s a great bargain as well. I think this kit was three or four dollars, and I am going to use it until the pan in completely bare.
- Lorac Pro Palette
I have a few palettes, but this one is by far the most well-rounded. It has 16 shadows with 8 mattes and 8 shimmers. Most palettes have a least one shadow that you’ll never end up using, but that’s not the case with this product. Every shade is super pigmented and buttery smooth. A common complaint is that the shadows are so soft that they can get a bit powdery, but I have only found that to be the case with some of the colors, and for those I just use a lighter hand. Other than that, this palette is the best forty two dollars I have ever spent on a beauty product.