Sephora Collection Pro Foundation Brush #47 ($30,

Pro Tip: “This is absolutely one of my favorites. It’s a brush I know I can trust with just about every complexion product,” says makeup artist Justin Tyme. “Its fibers are packed densely enough to pull off an airbrush finish with foundation, but not so much that you can’t use it for blending or sculpting, too.” 

Boscia Luminizing Black Mask ($34,

Pro Tip: Charcoal is having a moment in the skincare world, since it helps detoxify pores. This mask lives up to that reputation. “It’s been a go-to for a long time,” says Tyme. “I discovered it by chance one day while I was shopping at Sephora. It’s the only mask suited for all skin types, and I find that it’s highly effective at removing impurities without pulling or irritating skin.” Try applying it before your next night out for an extra glowy complexion. 

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Make Up For Ever Flash Color Palette in Artistic ($99,

Pro Tip: “If I were on an island working and could only have one item to use, it’d be this palette,” says Tyme. “It contains matte primary colors, some great extended colors, and two options for metallics that work with both warm and cool makeup looks—it’s perfection!” The creamy shades can be blended together in endless ways and can be used on eyes, cheeks, or lips. For makeup newbies, Tyme suggests starting conservatively by using some of the brighter eye colors as just a liner. As you get more comfortable, wear them as a shadow.  

Murad MattEffect Blotting Perfector ($39,

Pro Tip: Say goodbye to cake face: This high-tech compact will have you pushing your go-to powder to the wayside. “It can be used to prime skin, set makeup, blot shine, and refresh,” says Tyme. “It saves time and the quality of makeup by not having to constantly reapply powder.”

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