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  1. Before you put on foundation, apply a thin layer of oil-free primer―a lightweight silicone-infused gel or lotion that keeps makeup in place―over your moisturized skin. Although this extra step might seem like a hassle, it’s the best way to anchor your makeup to your skin.We like: Sally Hansen Natural Beauty Luminizing face primer, $10 at SallyHansenNaturalBeauty.com
  2. The less makeup you put on, the less likely it will slip and slide, so work in thin layers. First apply a pea-size amount of oil-free liquid foundation (or tinted moisturizer for a sheer finish) only where you need it. Then dab a bit of concealer over red areas and dark spots.
  3. To prevent makeup meltdown, be selective about the formulas. Apply a gel bronzer, then color your lids with a wash of sheer cream eye shadow in a neutral color. Rub a sheer stain onto lips and cheeks (be sure to blend in the edges with your fingers). Line your eyes with a waterproof eyeliner and finish the look with a quick swipe of waterproof mascara on top lashes only.
  4. To finish your look and reduce shine, dip a big, fluffy brush into translucent loose powder. Tap the brush against your forearm or blow on it to remove excess. Lightly sweep it onto your face―across the forehead and cheeks and down the bridge of your nose to your chin.
  5. Simple Ultra-Light Gel Moisturizer, $10; at Walmart   Why it won: The gel "absorbed instantly into skin," one tester said, adding that "a little goes a long way." Its oil-free formula is packed with nourishing antioxidants.
  6. Eclos Rejuvenating Antioxidant Mask, $13; freemanbeauty.com   Why it won: "The soothing texture and pleasant floral fragrance felt indulgent," one tester said. But it isn't all frills: After just 10 minutes, this mask uncovered "smoother, plumer and brighter skin."
  7. Dr. Lin Skincare Acne Cleansing Pads, $6; at Walmart.    Why it won: Salicylic acid gently unclogs pores, and allantoin soothes inflammation. "I battle adult acne, and these easy-to-use pads cleared up several stubborn spots fast," one tester said.
  8. Sally Hansen Triple Shine Nail Color (shown in Dive In), $5; at mass retailers   Why it won: Testers loved the saturated color and jewel-like finish.
  9. Herbal Essences Naked Volumizing Souffle, $5; at mass retailers   Why it won: The conditioning formula prevents hair from becoming stiff, yet it still provides incredible fullness.
  10. Degree MoitionSense Antiperspirant Deodorant, $6; at Walmart   Why it won: Its odor-killing formula results in long-lasting freshness. One tester said, "You can apply it in the morning and know that you're good to go all day."
  11. Essence Sun Club All-in-One Bronzing Highlighter (Shown in 02 Sun Glow), $5; ulta.com   Why it won: No faux glow here, just a "natural-looking sun-kissed radiance," one tester said.
  12. Caress Juicy Escape, $4; at Walmart   Why it won: Testers loved the invigorating citrus scent ("a morning pick-me-up," one said) as well as the rich lather the product provided.
  13. Almay Shadow Softies by Intense i-Color (shown in Lilac and Creme Brulee) $5; at mass retailers   Why it won: The cream-to-powder shadows don't crease or smudge. Plus, "the shades are super wearable," one tester said.