For £25, which you get back in products, they will teach you how to do a new make-up look, and they are all trained make-up artists at MAC, not just scary orange ladies.
If you go and say 'I have ten minutes every morning, and need to look like me, only less tired and generally a bit more foxy', they will show you how to do that and then tell you which products you need.
If you can't face that, you need:
Lancome mascara Eyelash curlers Chanel Vitalumiere foundation Cream blush to give your deathly no-sleep pallor a rosy glow
Anything more will just be gilding the lily, I promise!
I have permanent black circles if I have 10 hours sleep or 10 minutes, so I daily use (and don't even go to work) a good under eye concealer and powder to go all over the face to even out skin tone, etc. Eyelash curlers and mascara are also a daily thing recently for me 'cause they make me feel more glam, followed by lipgloss. Haircut booked in every 6 weeks (early Sat am so hubby around for kiddies) is my only extravagence (sp??) but means that I don't, often, have bad hair days!
Boots 17 triple eyeshadow compact in Orion (ie beiges, suit everyone) incs applicator so handy for handbag. Put the lightest shade all over, middle one in the middle dark one along the lashes, then blend a bit with a finger. Wet the thin end of the applicator to get more of an eyeliner effect from the darkest shade.
Maybelline mascara, in the garish pink and green tube - astonishing results given the price.