THEBALM Nude'Dude paletteI mentioned this already briefly in my last monthly favourites, though I still haven't come round to making a proper review about it, but these things take time. I don't necessarily think it's the most versatile palette as far as combinations go and Nude'Tude is better in that respect, but you can create a nice warm coppery smoky eye, a light warm brown look or a purple combination - basically it's an expansion of the Nude'Tude with all the shades you might have missed in that one. I think that TheBalm has some of the best eyeshadows out there. They are very smooth, pigmented and wear best out of all I own. My favourite combination in this palette is surprisingly Flirty with Friendly, a pink-purple combination that looks a lot more neutral taupe-ish on my lids. You can see it in my Wet n Wild Megalast lipsticks and Milani Amore in Gorgeous posts.
PHYSICIANS FORMULA Nude Wear Glowing Nude PowderLightI already wrote a lot about this powder in my latest New in, when I just started using it and after a few more weeks of testing it in combination with my foundations, I think I can say this one of the best finishing powders I've tried if you want to set the makeup and avoid the powdery finish or you, like me, experience that almost every powder completely ruins your makeup as its wearing off by basically clumping the foundation bits together and emphasizing pores. This one doesn't do that. It's a radiance boosting powder, so should work similarly as Hourglass Ambient powders and Bourjois' Java powder, but it's multi-coloured, so it promises to also enhance the natural skin tone, but I notice nothing like that and it's just a transparent powder. It looks very light on the skin, like there is nothing on, but it takes away the shine and doesn't look powdery matte. I'm not confident it'll hold back at lot of oil, but my skin isn't oily, so I can't say that for sure. Another star of this product is the packaging which is so adorable...