Bronzer, Eyeliner, Eye Cream, Self-Tanner and More
You've got your 9 essential beauty products, but if you're still feeling like you want a few things to give you more oomph, try one, or all, of these eight add-ons.
By Jenny Bailly
O, The Oprah Magazine | From the March 2010 issue of O, The Oprah Magazine
It adds warmth to your skin tone and creates flattering contrast with your eyes. Apply it after blush, dusting the temples, cheekbones, and tip of the chin. Powder formulas are easier to use than gels and sprays; never go more than two shades darker than your complexion.
Great Bets: Jane Iredale So-Bronze 3 ($41; JaneIredaleDirect.com ); Physicians Formula Healthy Wear SPF 50 Pressed Bronzer ($15; drugstores).