The Only Products You Need for a No-Makeup Look


Dr. Jart BB Dis-a-Pore Beauty Balm | $36
Start by applying this BB cream to your face, using your fingers to very lightly press the product into your skin. Don't worry about blending just yet, just be sure to apply product to all areas of your face evenly. 

Caudalie Beauty Elixir | $18
Dampen a beauty blender with Caudalie Beauty Elixir and use it to blend out your BB cream. I like to use the blender dampened with a face mist because it helps to keep your skin look dewy and fresh.

Glossier Boy Brow | $16
Next, shape and fill in your brows with Glossier's Boy Brow pomade. The consistency is less watery than other brow gels and thus makes it super easy to fill in your brows without much effort. I love Boy Brow because the texture and color keep your brows looking natural, not too thick or too defined.

Anastasia Beverly Hills Glow Kit (Gleam) | $40
Next, use a brush with loosely packed bristles like this one to lightly bronze and highlight your face. If you are using the Gleam kit, I recommend bronzing with the color Mimosa and highlighting with a blend of Starburst and Crushed Pearl. To bronze, drag the brush from forehead to jaw in an E or reverse-E shape, depending on which side of the face you're working on. To highlight, swipe the top of your cheekbones, down the bridge of your nose, as well as your chin and jawline for added effect. I love the Glow Kit because the color is prismatic rather than deeply concentrated, so it creates a natural radiant glow.

e.l.f. Translucent Mattifying Powder | $3
Using a basic kabuki brush, set your face with a translucent powder. 

Perricone MD No Mascara Mascara | $30
This mascara, which is formulated with biotin and neuropeptides, doubles as a lash treatment. With continued use, you should see natural lash growth which certainly helps with the no-makeup look. Be careful when applying because the wand can get clumpy and takes some getting used to. 

e.l.f. Lip Kiss Balm (Bare Kiss) | $2
Finish off your look with a tinted lip balm like this one from e.l.f. It's only $2, but is quite long-lasting and creates a nice, color-enhancing tint.