1. Bastiste Dry Shampoo
Note: people say they don't like it because it leaves their hair white - it's all about moderation and brushing (with brush and fingers) correctly. I am also lucky because I am blonde. All in all, this is my life! My current favourite is Brit - I think its the best smelling of them all. I don't really like the 3 originals (Original, Blush, Tropic etc) but really like Diva and Cherry. The one I'm using now is for blondes - not much difference though I don't think.
This is something I wake up to and go to bed with, and always get the shower out with. I don't like the oily feel of creams - this is very very light. In fact so light some may say it's not very moisturising... it works for me! If I don't apply this after a shower, I feel like I have clingfilm on my face and my poor nose flakes! I've repurchased this many times.
3. ELF Mineral Eyeshadow Primer
This is also pretty much my life. It is worth every penny it costs (which is not a lot at all) and works the same or even better, as I found, that your high end primers (I tested it against Two Faced Shadow Insurance, review soon!). It keeps your eyeshadow vibrant and in place forever. I use it even when I'm not wearing eyeshadow because it stops my eyelids from getting oily and also hides my veiny lids (they're reaaaally veiny). All in all, an essential.
4. Aussie Dual Personality Anti-Frizz + Conditioning Milk
Quite a new addition to my collection but a great one nonetheless. I was always scared of leave-in products applied to dry hair because they can ruin a freshly washed head in seconds by making it look permanently wet or greasy (eww, 90s look). This is, well, in all honesty it doesn't do much. I am yet to find a product that really does act as anti-frizz for my crazy hair by actually taming it. This just smells divine and doesn't leave the hair disgusting - so I happen to use it a lot, and it became a necessity.
5. Rituals Mei Dao Organic White Lotus & Yi Yi Ren body cream
This again, is my life. I was never one for creams because they're just so gross and sticky and greasy... until this. It smells absolutely DIVINE. You might as well keep it just for the smell. Gorgeous. However, I also love it for its thick yet pleasant consistency - it goes on very smoothly and really moisturises. I use it on very dry areas such as my arms and my shins. It's quite pricey (for me) so I haven't yet repurchased and am trying to save whatever little I have left. Highly recommended.
6. Elf Translucent Mattifying Powder
A staple in my makeup bag, excellent for touch-ups and doesn't look cakey at all, like a lot of powders do. It really is worth having, and I always bring it with on the go.
7. MAC Studio Finish SPF 35 Concealer
This is something I really cannot live without. I don't know how I even could put on foundation without this product - all my veins, broken veins in cheeks and redness gone! Blusher now looks even and precise, compared to when I have my awful redness showing through and ruining the effect.
8. Neutrogena Visibly Clear Spot Stress Control 3-in-1 cleansing lotion
This is another of my everyday -need-it-to-stay-alive products. It cleanses the face beautifully, but I'd say its a little harsh - i.e. if you get any in your eyes, it stings quite strongly. I, luckily, don't have spots but perhaps this helps keep them away!
That's about all I can remember for now, I'll update if I remember any other products.