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With internship interviews, graduation, and family weddings, there seems to always be an event you have to get ready for. Be prepared for anything with these must-have tools and products.

The perfect foundation shade: Even if you don't wear makeup every day, it's good to have foundation on hand for those times you want to look flawless.

A multicolor bronzer: Choose a mosaic bronzer with multiple colors, and it will serve you all year round.

Waterproof mascara: If you only have one mascara in your makeup bag, make it waterproof. That way, you'll be prepared for everything.

A set of makeup brushes: Having the right tools is key, whether you are trying to nail the perfect winged eyeliner, contour your cheeks, or just get a natural glow.

Nude eyeshadow palette: Having an eyeshadow kit with browns, beiges and tans in it will have you basically set for life. You can go from a natural, everyday look to a glam smokey eye.

Brown eyeliner: You might think you need a black liner, but dark brown is more wearable for every day. Depending on your skill level and preference, you can go for a powder version, pencil, or a liquid liner.

A bold lipstick: Even if you are more of a lip gloss girl, you need one good lipstick in your makeup bag for special occasions. This is also a lifesaver on days you oversleep. Just swipe it on, and you will look instantly polished. Plus, you can use it as a cheek or eyebrow stain when you're in a pinch.

Concealer: To cover dark circles, zits, and redness, a good concealer is vital. On days when you want to skip the foundation, you can just dot on concealer and go.

The perfect blush for your skin tone: Blush is a must-have all year round. The right shade will suddenly brighten up your face and make you look less tired even if you were up all night studying. But it can be challenging to find the right formula for your skin type that doesn't leave you looking like a clown.

 

Blotting papers

These absorbent little sheets are an elegant way to wipe away excess shine, oil, or even sweat on your brow, cheeks, and upper lip.

 

 

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