Makeup I’ve Repurchased at Least Twice

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We talk about new makeup often enough, I figured let’s talk about some classics. And with that I’m naming some products I’ve repurchased at least twice and why. You’ll find info on swatches, more product pics, posts, etc. linked after each product. Then tell me in the comments which makeup products you’ve repurchased at least twice.

Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Pencil in Perversion

I looove this pencil because it’s super jet black and creamy. I have tried to find alternatives and haven’t found one yet (the new L’Oreal pencils from this post has a shade that comes close)

Read my full review, see swatches, and more posts on this product here.

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Bobbi Brown Creamy Concealer in Golden

I’ve been using this to highlight since about 2015. I love the texture and the performance—plus I don’t always find concealers to highlight that have a golden undertone that aren’t either too light or too dark.

See more posts on this product here.

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Bobbi Brown Creamy Concealer in Almond

I’ve been using this to highlight under my brow bone since forever.

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Cover FX Total Cover Cream in N110

I love this foundation because it’s a great match, I can manipulate the finish (layer for more coverage or sheer it down for less) and that it holds up well on my oily skin in almost any weather condition including Trinidad Carnival.

Read my full review, see swatches, and more posts on this product here.

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Cover FX Pressed Mineral Powder in N80

I use this to set my highlight in addition to various other loose powders that I alternate (see Highlight Setting Powders for Dark Skin to see a list). I like this because as a pressed powder it’s less messy and I like how the color brightens without making me look like a ghost.

Read my full review, see swatches, and more posts on this product here.

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Cover FX Pressed Mineral Powder in N120/P125

I use either shade to contour—N120 gives me a more cool-toned look while P125 contours and sculpts but is a warmer tone.

Read my full review, see swatches, and more posts on this product here.

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Absolute New York Lashes #AEL19

Listen, if you’re local beauty supply is out of these lashes, it’s probably because of me…lol. I love them because they are full and glamorous but still have a natural feel. Get it here.

L’Oreal Brow Stylist Definer in Brunette

I need to stock up on these again next time I see a BOGO sale at Walgreens. These are a spot-on dupe for Anastasia Brow Wiz for me but at a fraction of the price.

See more posts on this product here.

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Anastasia Beverly Hills Lip Gloss in Sepia

This has been one of my go-to nude lip gloss shades. I almost always have it on and sometimes I may add a touch of LORAC Alter Ego gloss in Flower Child (coral) or Free Spirit (plummy pink) in the center for a pop of color.

Read my full review, see swatches, and more posts on this product here.

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MAC Ruby Woo Lipstick

There was a time where you could NOT get me to not wear Ruby Woo…lol. I’ve since moved on to MAC Retro Matte Liquid Lipcolour in Dance with Me (it’s also a blue-based red, just not as intense as Ruby Woo and much easier to wear).

Read my full review, see swatches, and more posts on this product here.

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Mally Beauty Perfect Prep Primer

This has been my favorite foundation primer since forever! I don’t always need primer because most of the times where I do have makeup on, I’m not wearing it for long, but if I need to ensure all-day wear or if it’s super hot outside, I reach for this.

Read my full review and more posts on this product here.

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Hourglass Arch Brow Sculpting Pencil

I used to love the mess out of this brow pencil…lol. I love the wedge-shaped pencil because it’s perfect to “create” brow hairs and the spooly helps to blend it all in. I still have a few left (I bought some and Hourglass also sent me some) but I mostly stick to the L’Oreal pencil now.

Read my full review, see swatches, and more posts on this product here.

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Danessa Myricks Lock in Lash

I love this lash glue because it’s black much like my lashes and the bands of the fake lashes I use and it easily glides on so I can apply it to my eyes like I would apply liquid liner. Get it here.

MAC Blot Powder

This has been a long time fave for touching up and although I haven’t whipped it out in months (thanks, winter), I’ll be bringing her back out for spring/summer. I also love using beautyblender Bloterazzi to touch-up as well.

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Tell me some makeup products you’ve repurchased at least twice in the comments!

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About Danielle

A former finance girl, Danielle is a New York City based freelance writer and fashion and beauty expert. She's a Hofstra University and Fashion Institute of Technology grad with an obsession with fashion and beauty which she loves to tell you all about every weekday on her award-winning blog. Think of her as your style and beauty entourage all wrapped up into one bubbly brown package. Danielle's work and expertise can be found in print and across the web in Cosmopolitan for Latinas, Allure.com, and more! She's also appeared as an on-air style and beauty expert on The Real, CBS New York's "The Couch" and WPIX11's Savvy Shopper segment.
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2 Responses to Makeup I’ve Repurchased at Least Twice

  1. Chelsea says:

    Great article! I am currently using the CoverFX pressed mineral powder.

    I love your makeup storage/organizing containers. Where did you purchase them?

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