There was a time when makeup kits evoked one of two things: Visions of 300+ eye shadow sets that you'd buy at the drugstore for $5 when you were 13, or the gift with purchase pouches your mom would bring home from department stores. Today's kits offer insane value, exclusive products, and a way to stock up on all your makeup needs in a single click. Ahead, our 12 favorite makeup kits on the market right now.
Colourpop's latest collaboration with Disney (surprise, surprise) sold out almost on the spot. This 18-piece kit complete with the Princess Thing Palette, all six Lux Lipsticks and Super Shock Shadows, three Ultra Glossy Lips, and two Super Shock Highlighters is a surefire way to guarantee you can be your favorite princess, depending on your mood.
You could go crazy chasing the dragon that is the Anastasia Beverly Hills empire. Or you could invest in this handy little set—which has a $45 value—and contains two limited-edition shades, Bittersweet and Dazed, and the bestselling peachy Hudson.
She didn't get to be Charlotte Tilbury by not knowing how to make celebrity complexions look absolutely incandescent. This kit combines the quenching and luminous eye wand, full coverage foundation, a contouring and highlight wand and a double-sided brush to blend it all in just so—meaning you can kind of get the Tilbury treatment in one go.
So much Naked, so little time. This quad contains the now discontinued Naked, Naked2, Naked3, and Naked4—meaning you quite possibly would never need another neutral eye shadow for the rest of your life. (Also? It's a $50 savings.)
Every single one of the fifteen creamy, satiny Demi Matte lipsticks that made Huda Kattan famous—they cost $20 a piece usually—packaged together in a handy and inspiring box.
Skin Fetish was Pat McGrath Lab's third offering and it sold out pretty much instantly. Now that the highlighting trio is readily available—packaged here with a cream stick highlight, lip balm, and blending brush—doesn't mean its any less covetable.
Here's what you get: 24 shades of Amazonian clay eyeshadow with two blushes, a highlighter, and bronzer (stay with us), a quenching lipstick, mascara, and liquid liner. Here's what you pay: $42. Should I keep going?
There's a reason this little quad has been reviewed a whopping 397 times on Kat's site—and it's not just the packaging alone. The glimmery, shimmery unicorn hues work to cover up, level up in shine up with just a few sweeps.
The Sweet Peach Palette started limited edition, but ya'll loved it so much (and bought so many) it was added to the permanent collection. If you don't own one already, now's the time, packaged here with eyeshadow primer and the bestselling and genius-named Better Than Sex mascara. Or you could everything separately for $93. (Not.)
Down the center of James Charles' Morphe palette are seven super-sized shades—the ones you'll use the most, and mix-and-match liberally. The other 32 tones are a richly pigmented mix of mattes, metallics, shimmers, and creams.
Benefit is known for a lot of things, but brows might be the most illustrious. Here are their five full-size bestselling brow products—two pencils, gel, cream color and powder—in one little trunk.