$30-$50 Range: Viseart Petit 2 Pro Palette, Dr. Jart Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops, or Fresh Soy Face Cleanser
Do you guys know the difference between pro palettes and everything else? Pro palettes are designed for professional use, meaning they will perform on camera or on a red carpet and are meant to look the same across all mediums. They're meant to blend well with minimal fallout and typically are long wear. If you use a truly professional palette vs. others, you will notice a difference. Viseart is one of those brands that was aimed toward professionals. I'm glad Sephora brought the brand into its stores, because it does make truly incredible products. The Viseart Petit Pro Palette ($30) might be more than what you want to spend on a "petite" product, but I know I will travel with it religiously. It's one of the higher priced items in the mix, but it's cheaper than a lot of the palettes that are currently offered at Sephora, which is why I think it provides great bang for your buck.
As for the Cicapair Tiger Grass line from Dr. Jart, I have heard nothing but amazing things about it. If you have reactive skin or naturally red or ruddy skin, I recommend it. I tried the Tiger Grass Camo Drops ($46) on my face, and within seconds, my skin looked so even-toned that I was a believer. This would also be a great product if you plan on being in the sun and accidentally get a little too much exposure.
And lastly, we have Fresh. The brand launched a 200 ml version of its iconic Soy Face Cleanser ($42), my absolute favorite cleanser of all time. It's only $6 more than the 150 ml version, so really, it's a no-brainer. This cleanser washes your face without stripping it of its moisture, so it never feels too dry or tight, and it removes every speck of makeup. I'm not kidding, it's the holy grail. I would invest in this product if I could.