Le Metier de Beaute Bauhaus lip kaleidoscope, which was a GWP back in June of 2013. The third is the Marvelous Moxie gloss in Trail Blazer from the 2016 bareMinerals Advent Calendar, and should be an easy one to finish as there is not much product in the sample size.
Estee Lauder blush in Sensuous Rose, as the pan size is about the size of a smartphone and contains 7 grams of product. This is one of my used used blushes and while there is a slight dip in the pan, you can barely tell even after 5 years of use.
Tenne from Le Métier de Beauté (LMdB) is such a gorgeous natural looking blush, and I will be sorry when it's gone. I hear that LMdB is having problems and I'm not sure if the company is even solvent any more, so once this one is gone, that's it, but it's pushing 5+ years of age. I use my Beauty Blender to apply, which contributes to its janky appearance below.
Physician's Formula Butter Bronzer in Light because I've already hit significant pan on it, and am hoping to finish it off. It's such a light bronzer and I mainly use it in the winter, even thought I self tan my face all year round.
Peau Vierge Skin Tint Luminizer in Shade 2. As you can see, it has a 12 month shelf life, and I just started using this one a few months back as I was working on it's predecessor. It's impossible to tell my progress, but considering I only use one pump mixed with my foundation, this could last me into 2020.
Project Pan from July of 2016. I had about a pea size of pan then, and this is where I'm at now. Some hard pan is happening, but it is still quite usable and a lovely finishing powder.
Hourglass Ambient Powder in Dim Light. I've got sizeable pan, but there is still quite a lot of powder left to use. I used up the Dim Light in a 3 pan palette already, so it's definitely doable.