This comes in two different formulas for either combination/oily skin or dry/normal skin, and is one of the best in terms of coverage that I've came across for the price.
2) EcoTools brushes $9.98
These brushes are soft, natural, nice for blending, and are honestly some of the best brushes I've ever tried.
3) Flower Blush-Bronzer Duo $9.98
This pressed powder is one of the longest lasting powders I have found, fairly build-able in terms of color, and a total must for those that don't want to fade throughout the day.
4) Physicians Formula Shimmer Strips Shadow $9.63
This may be an eyeshadow or blush but I personally love using the lighter shades as a glowing highlighter along the cheekbones.
5) Rimmel Glam Eyes Liner $5.67
This has been my favorite of all liquid eyeliners and even though it is a brush tip I find it easy to use once the right amount of product is on the brush.
These make for a nice base on top of primed eyes and then finished with an eyeshadow, and if there's one color you get I'd choose "Milk" as it will make bright colored eyeshadows pop with vibrancy.
7) NYC Big Bold Curl Mascara $4.47
This is my favorite mascara for under $5 and it has replaced my pricier LashBlast mascara as I find it holds lashes better and doesn't irritate my eyes.
8) Rimmel Stay Matte Pressed Powder $3.97
This is one of the best pressed powders I have came across as it seems to be the longest lasting and definitely provides a matte finish (maybe even too much at times).
9) Wet N Wild MegaLast Lipstick $2.29
These are really pigmented and typically have a matte finish, so if that sounds up your alley than I'm sure you'll want to collect several of these lippies.
10) Wet N Wild Color Icon EyeShadow Single $0.99
These shadows are soft and pigmented, you'll definitely get some bang for your buck with these eyeshadows ("Brulee" is one of my faves).