Beauty Insider went backstage during the New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2014 shows to speak with some of the industry’s top makeup artists to find out which products they predict will be best sellers. Here are their top picks.

Gucci Westman, Global Artistic Director for Revlon, patted on the Revlon PhotoReady Skinlights Face Illuminator in Bronze

(launching January 2014 for $12.99 at drugstores) to create a sporty, glamorous look backstage at J. Mendel.

“It’s just so awesome that the brand is bringing this [product] back,” she said, while applying it with a wet makeup face sponge onto cheeks and the forehead. “It’s really easy to use, not streaky and goes on well.”

To create the peachy, cheeked look, Gucci used the Revlon Powder Blush in Classy Coral and Wine Not (launching January 2014, $9.99 at drugstores).

For lips, she combined the Revlon Colorburst Lacquer Balm in Enticing, Provocateur and Coy (launching January 2014, $8.99 each at drugstores). Available in 10 shades, each delivers a high shine upon application.

Backstage at the Oscar de la Renta Spring/Summer 2014 show, Gucci created a subtle plum eye using Revlon Shadowlinks in Cocoa, Candy and Plum (launching January 2014, $2.99 each).

For the makeup look at the Mara Hoffman Spring/Summer 2014 show, makeup artist Alice Lane used Maybelline New York products to create a luminous and sun-kissed look. Her top product choice for the upcoming season is the Maybelline Fit Me Shine Free Foundation stick ($8.99,

“There’s another brand that makes this same thing and it’s so expensive, so when I saw this I was like ‘Thank God!’ because everyone needs this,” she said.

The Fit Me Foundation Stick contains an anti-shine core and lightweight powders that instantly dissolve oil upon application. It goes on creamy and dries to a matte powder finish.

“[The Fit Me Foundation Stick] has really great shade ranges, especially for those with dark skin,” she said. “Shades for dark skin sometimes get neglected, which blows my mind. I’m like, I do not need to make ashy faced Oompa Loompas.”

For lips, Alice used the Maybelline Color Elixir by Color Sensational (launching November, $8.99 each) which uses a unique trio of concentrates to provide lips with saturated color, shine and smoothness upon application.

“It’s like a lipgloss, lipstick and lip balm all in one,” Alice said.

Backstage at The Row, makeup artist Tom Pecheux relied heavily on Sunday Riley skincare products to create a natural look inspired by the works of artists such as Georgia O’Keefe. Before applying makeup, Pecheux created a brighter complexion by massaging in the Good Genes Treatment ($105, Another stand out product pick for Spring 2014 is the Effortless Breathable Tinted Primer ($48, Available in three shades, this primer oxygenates the skin and increases moisture levels making for an easy makeup application.

While it was all about the bold lips backstage at the Dennis Basso show, makeup artist Kabuki (who created the look that he described as “pin-up chic”) predicted the Kat Von D Tattoo Liner in Trooper ($18, will be a top seller.

“It’s a shiny black liner, almost like black lacquer,” he said. “I think that stand out eyeliner will be a big trend for the upcoming season.”