Illamasqua Gel Sculpt - It took me a while to get used to this product and at first I didn't like it as I was still struggling to figure out how it's best used. However a mini stippling brush later I fell in love. It's the perfect shade to contour, a cool toned brown which gives the illusion of that shadow look. Be careful as too much can look muddy but if applied right you'll look perfectly sculpted.
MAC Harmony Powder Blush - This has been one of my go to contour products since I bought my first one in 2014. (I have depotted mine so I can put it in my Z Palette incase you're wondering). It's a lovely neutral brown/taupe shade that over the top of illamasqua gel sculpt or on it's own for a softer contour just does the job.
Make Up Geek - Here we have what I call my life palette. Every single make up geek neutral eye shadow which I wear on a daily basis (not all at once). I will shortly have an in depth post on this listening every shade in the palette but trust me, these eyeshadows are insanely amazing.
L'Oreal Telescopic Mascara & MAC False Lashes Mascara - I very rarely use one mascara and one mascara only as I find the best results are achieved if you mix different mascaras and layer. My favourite pair are these two. Telescopic helps separate and lengthen the lashes, and false lashes by MAC give that fluttery look. Telescopic is also great for the bottom lashes due to its thin wand.
MAC Pro Longwear Paint Pot - I also own soft ochre which is what I use on a daily basis but it seems to have gone on holiday as I can't find it anywhere. However I love using these under my powder eyeshadows to give them something to stick too. They also prevent creasing and helps the shadows last all day.
MAC fluidline - The one eye liner that stood out to me this year was fluidline by MAC. It's so creamy and easy to work with yet stays on all day without cracking or fading that as soon as I used it for the first time I instantly pushed all my other eye liners aside and have reached for this religiously ever since.
Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade - My precious!! Hands down the best things I've ever tried on my brows and now on my third jar. This baby is easy to apply, lasts ALL day until I rub it off and doesn't smudge or transfer. I love it.
Gerard Cosmetics Hydra Matte Liquid Lipsticks - Liquid lipsticks have been huge recently and I definitely understand why. I've tried a few brands but none of them bothered me like the Gerard Cosmetics liquid lipsticks which I now own all the colours in the range because I'm that obsessed. I wear serenity and Aphrodite the most which is why I've shown them. They apply beautifully and last all day even when eating and drinking. They can be a little dry as they're matte but apply a lip balm under or over and it solves that problem.
MAC Fix+ - I'm all about finishing and setting sprays and MAC Fix+ is one of my favourites. Although it doesn't really keep my make up on for longer, the primer does that job, it's perfect for making any highlight stand out more and preventing my make up looking powdery or cakey. I love using this if I've gone a little too heavy on the powder.
There we go!! My favourite make up products of 2015. The make up industry is rapidly improving and I can't wait to see what comes out in 2016 for me to get my paws into!
I've mentioned many times on here about my love for primers and for me I find them an essential when applying my make up if I want my make up to last all day.
I love testing out different primers to find the perfect one to keep my make up on. I am a huge fan of Nikkie Tutorials and she regularly uses the Nivea Men Post Shave Balm as a primer in her videos. Curiosity got the better of me and I tried it (and have used to everyday ever since) and so has everyone else who I've passed on the tip too.