Multi-Use Makeup Products

Multi-Use Makeup Products | A Girl, ObsessedStila Convertible Color in Lillium ($25) is a fantastic cream blush that looks beautiful for every season. It gives a really natural-looking flush to the cheeks that’s super flattering What some people might not know is that it can also be used as a pretty neutral pink lip color (the description on Sephora actually says that its a lipstick that can also be used as a blush, which I don’t think many people realize).

You all know how much I love the Maybelline Color Tattoos ($6.99) – there are a ton of gorgeous colors and finishes, they do amazing things for your eyes with just one swipe of color…and did you know that they also work great as an eyeshadow base as well as a cream eyeliner? Creamy Beige and Too Cool are two of my favorites for a simple eyeshadow base – they’re both simple enough to build upon with other shadows for a really beautiful look. Drama Black and Chocolate Side are both great options for a cream/gel eyeliner, all you need is an angled eyeliner brush.
This one might be a little more well known, but have you ever used your highlighter as an eyeshadow? I’ve been pretty obsessed with MAC’s Soft & Gentle ($32) for highlighting the tops of my cheekbones, cupid’s bow, and forehead, but guess what? It also looks amazing on the eyes! I’ve been using it lately on my lids when I’ve just wanted a soft eye look, and paired with some liquid liner and mascara, it looks simple yet stunning.
For an easy lip stain, I’ve been using the Revlon ColorBurst Matte Balm in Striking ($9.49). It’s a gorgeous bright red matte lip color that looks amazing as is. But, if you gently dab it off with your fingers or a tissue after applying, it stains your lips for that perfectly pouty look without feeling sticky or drying your lips out.
The last multi-use product I have to share with you is the NYX Wonder Pencil ($4.49). This pencil actually has several different uses to it – not only can you use it to line your waterline for the appearance of bigger, doll-like eyes, but you can also use it to cover small blemishes as well as to line the outside of your lips to make them look bigger and more full. This pencil truly earns it’s name!

Do you have any makeup products in your stash that work for several different uses?


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