1. YSL Touche Eclat: Use swipes of this illuminator underneath your eyes and draw in a cat whisker shape from the outer corners of your eyes and blend to brighten your whole eye area. 2. Josie Maran Coconut Watercolor Cheek Gelee: A gorgeous gel blush that is simple to apply and provides a sheer, natural flush of color. This also has the best staying power of any gel blush I have tried. 3. Kat Von D Lock-It Concealer: The best concealer for masking a multitude of sins. I use under my eyes to cover dark circles and to mask blemishes. 4. Nars Illuminator: One of the easiest products to use for strobing. I smear this on my cheekbones, down the center of my nose, and right above my eyebrows for a healthy glow year-round. If you have warm undertones, like me, use the Orgasm color. If you have cool undertones try in Copacabana. 5. Boscia Charcoal Blotting Papers: I use these throughout the day to combat oil slicks and shine. I prefer to blot vs. loading up my face with tons of powder. 6. Clinique Stay Matte Sheer Pressed Powder: I set my foundation (or the radiance primer) using a light layer of this sheer powder. I have been using this since my teens and it gives great, light coverage without going on cakey. 7. Tarte Amazonian Clay Bronzer: Sheer enough that I use for a healthy glow year round, even on my pale skin. I brush on cheekbones, nose, forehead, and chin for an allover face glow. 8. Laura Mercier Foundation Primer in Radiance: This gives such a gorgeous base with a beautiful glow that I actually use this in lieu of foundation, topped only with a little powder to dilute the shininess. You can also use as a primer under foundation. 9. Tarte the Sculptor: The easiest contouring make-up I have ever used. I like a very light contour because I like more of a natural look with my make-up. 10. Youngblood Eye-Illuminating Duo: This pencil is magic. Use the matte side to draw a line across your waterline on your lower eyelid to make eyes look well-rested and make your irises pop. Then use the shimmer side to lightly trace the inner corner of your eyes (think a < shape). This really opens up the eye area.