Here are some drugstore products that I tend to reach for on a daily basis!
Essence Make Me Brow - This is the perfect product to whack on if you are in a rush. It fixes unruly brows and gives a tint to make them appear a bit fuller. I've tried a few things from Essence, but this is by far my favourite product from them. And it's only about $3 CAD. Score.
Marcelle Nano Eyebrow Liner - This is like a dupe for the ABH Brow Wiz as it is basically the exact same dimensions for packaging and has such a precise nib. If you find yourself in a Canadian drugstore, give this a try! This paired with the Essence Make Me Brow is a perfect drugstore brow combo.
Rimmel Colour Rush in "Give Me a Cuddle" - I picked this up on a whim since I saw it was on sale. I ended up loving it! It has a nice balmy texture, a bit thicker and pigmented than the usual chubby stick sort of product. The colour is such a pretty pink that is totally wearable. My favourite thing about this is that it stains the lips and so it wears down gracefully, with your lips still looking really nice.
Rimmel Match Perfection Concealer - I absolutely love my Maybelline Age Rewind concealer, but a friend of mine said this concealer was good so I decided to give it a go. I think I like it almost as much as my Age Rewind. It has decent coverage and the shade Fair/Light Neutral suits me perfectly. I'm not a huge fan of the packaging. The cap gets messy quickly and sometimes I find the brush hair applicator is a little pokey. But hey it's still a good concealer from the drugstore!
Physician's Formula Cushion Foundation - I've bought this twice already and I really like it. This isn't a foundation that I initially put on when I do my makeup in the morning. I've tried that before and it makes a wonderful base, but I find that it runs through the product way too quickly considering it only has 15 ml. Instead, I carry this cushion foundation in my bag to use on the go for touch ups. One of the downfalls of this product is that it only has 3 shades! It is also a little pricey for only 15 ml, so I only ever buy this when I see a good deal. I wouldn't recommend this to those with oily skin types because it has a dewy/glowy finish.
Have you tried any of these products? And if there is any product you would like for me to go more in depth about, please let me know.