If you’re already over the matte lipstick trend, get wet and wild with this highly pigmented lip lacquer that packs a shimmery finish. $25, sephora.com.
This luxe find will find, fill and protect every pore on your face before foundation application. And with one universal shade, it easily adapts to all skin tones! $42, sephora.com.
Cargo—another industry-specific brand—makes a CC cream that is suitable for all skin types and the quickest way to even out your tone. $34, cargocosmetics.com.
Technically, Anastasia’s staple product doesn’t include HD properties, but it’s just that good! Brush, draw and fill your brows to arched perfection in minutes with this handy pen. $21, sephora.com.
Before you apply a lip color, enhance the shape of your kissers with this longwearing lip liner. When you’re on-the-go and need full coverage, this drugstore favorite also makes for a pretty lipstick. $10, circabeauty.com.
Besides the unbeatable price, e.l.f’s is super creamy and infused with vitamin E; the perfect combination for your summer to fall makeup transition. $2, elfcosmetics.com.
MUFE is one of the few makeup brands that offers a range wide enough to include brown girls of all shades. We personally swear by this foundation, which was specifically developed for 4k lens technology. The hype is real! $43, sephora.com.
Contouring is easiest when done with a two-in-one tool. NARS’ Sculpting Multiple Duo will brighten and compliment your base makeup without clogging pores, thanks to the acai oil in its formula. $39, sephora.com.
The occasional mistake cannot be avoided, so being prepared is a must. Givenchy’s HD makeup eraser is next level due to its coconut and fig extract that will refresh skin as makeup is being removed. $32, sephora.com.
Kryolan is the world’s first pro makeup brand created specifically for the film, theater and television industries. The HD Micro Primer is the perfect base that will not only enhance makeup application, but minimize pores as well. $28, kryolan.com.
No matter the lipstick you choose, be sure its highly pigmented if you’re prone to selfie overload. MDM Flow’s ‘Supreme’ is a red shade we’re coveting for fall. $18, nastygal.com.
Whether you want to cover under eye circles post-foundation or cover a blemish on your bare face, this soft-focus cream will blend instead of sitting on top of the skin. It’s also buildable when you have a breakout that requires ample coverage. $23, smashbox.com.
If priming creams are too heavy for your skin, Smashbox’s Primer Water is ultra light, but also revitalizing since it’s formulated without silicone and alcohol, both of which strip moisture from the face. $32, sephora.com.
This retractable pen is infused with palm oil and vitamin E, both of which make the skin extra silky while fighting damage. Draw a line along the lashes and smudge up toward the lid for a sexy, smoky eye that can’t be ignored. $19, sephora.com.
Flakes and clumps are non-existent with Soap & Glory’s 7-sided fan flare brush and v-shaped groove, both crafted to move with your natural lash pattern. $14, soapandglory.com.
Even if your makeup skills fall short, this silky and translucent powder will instantly make your foundation look high definition without that white, filmy after effect. $30, sephora.com.
To the contrary, if you’re not looking for full coverage, Stila makes this all-in-one beauty balm that will leave you with an “I woke up like this” glow. Its formulation includes teeny micro-spheres that reduce inflammation and support collagen production. $38, sephora.com.