Instead of Foundation, Try: Skin Tints
You want coverage, but you don't want to feel like you have makeup caked on. Not a problem—just opt for a skin tint that will smooth your complexion without giving an airbrushed appearance.
Instead of Blush, Bronzer, and Eyeshadow, Try: Multi-Purpose Color
When it comes down to it, you don't need multiple products to add some color to different parts of your face. A multi-purpose stick in a warm caramel, peach, or rosy hue works well on both cheeks and eyelids.
Instead of Brow Pomade, Try: Brow Gel
For a more subtly groomed look, try a clear or tinted brow gel to comb those hairs into place and make them look just a bit fuller.
Instead of Mascara, Try: Lash Tints
Tinted mascara primers give your lashes a darker color without edging anywhere near spider-lash territory. For a my-natural-lashes-but-better look, forget the layers of mascara and instead just swipe on one coat of a tint.
Instead of Lipstick, Try: Tinted Balm
A good red lipstick may be the key to instant glamour, but on an ordinary day, a simple tinted lip balm will give your pout a pretty, subtle color—and make it perfectly kissable.