L'Oreal Paris Wake Up & Glow Glow Mon Amour Highlighting Drops ($21; priceline.com.au)
Priceline cosmetics Buyer Emma Hogan singles out this brand new highlighting product revealing, “the formula is perfect to mix with foundation or to apply directly to the cheekbones for an intense shine.”
Lanolips 101 Ointment Multipurpose Superbalm ($19; priceline.com.au).
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley swears by this Aussie lip treatment, recently dubbing the cult multi-purpose balm her “holy grail” of products. The 31-year-old recently shared on her blog, “Dab a little on your lips in the evening, then rub the excess into your cuticles for smoother mitts in the morning.”
Essie Nail Polish in Ballet Slippers ($15; priceline.com.au).
According to beauty folklore, the Duchess of Sussex wore this $15 product for her royal wedding to Prince Harry. Meghan's exact soft pink shade is called 'Ballet Slippers' and is made by iconic British nail polish brand, Essie. According to Beauty Crew, in 1989 the Queen's hairdresser wrote to nail polish mogul Essie Weingarten of the brand Essie requesting a bottle of the classic light pink shade for her royal client and ever since then her majesty has been hooked on the neutral shade for the last 29 years.
Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Eraser Dark Circles ($19; priceline.com.au)
Officially named America's best-selling concealer, this fan-favorite because of its affordable price point, plus the fact that it covers imperfections while simultaneously fighting signs of aging. It does all of the above with a radiant (not cakey) finish. It comes in 5 shades, which can be mixed and matched to use for highlighting and contouring the face, too.
Revlon Ultra HD Matte Lipcolor ($25; priceline.com.au)
After hitting the market in early 2018, this patented gel formula quickly earnt this gloss legions of fans. One InStyle staffer said, "the long-wearing formula and delicious scent keep me reaching for this perfect shade of nude."