The ones I’ll wear by choice tend to last a solid eight hours before starting to show some signs of wear, but they’d be minor signs – not heavy creasing or patchiness. I’d prefer a bit closer to 10 hours, which I find I can get to if I set with powder or use a primer underneath.
Traditional lipsticks are often three to four hours with a few long-wearing formulas (usually matte or deeper hues, like a red) get closer to six hours. Lipglosses are two to four hours (the tackier, the longer the wear). I don’t mind reapplying if it means my lips are more comfortable during...
Powder-based cheek products tend to last around (decently before kind of breaking down / more apparent that there’s been wear) eight hours without additional prep/priming, while liquids/creams are similar but can sometimes get closer to 10 hours depending on formula. Plenty long for me, though.
It lasts around eight hours decently – that means a bit of fading or signs of wear but not to the casual viewer. I would definitely use a primer if I planned to leave the house as I prefer better wear overall.
I prefer translucent because most of the eyeshadows I reach for are pigmented enough that I don’t need a colored primer to boost, and I definitely find translucent primers easier to build on top of than colored bases, which are often thicker.
I think a lot of the mini face palettes end up suiting a narrower set of skin tones/preferences, so I always feel like there’s one or more shades that I wouldn’t reach for.