2. M.A.C Cosmetics Pro Longwear Concealer.
I have several shades of the M.A.C Cosmetics Pro Longwear Concealer in my kit, specifically for use on photo shoots or any work that will be captured on camera.
The concealer glides really well onto the skin - I find you don’t need a lot to get the coverage you want, but it’s buildable depending on your needs.
I also find it's ideal for spot concealing to achieve a ‘no makeup’ look. Mix a bit of this concealer with lotion or a liquid highlight to get the job done.
3. MODELROCK Lashes.
A good lash is one of my signatures. Seriously, if I could only keep one product in my kit, it would be a pair of these lashes.
I've been purchasing MODELROCK lashes since I was a teenager. Now, I'm so experienced at applying them, I can confidently apply a set without a mirror.
Not only is MODELROCK an Australian brand, but it offers a vast range of lash styles, bulk buys and lash tools at affordable prices.
It's hard to choose favourites, but I love the
MODELROCK Regular Medium Knot Free Lashes and any products from the What The Fluff! range.
4. Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Concealer.
I've been using more Maybelline products since the brand began expanding their range of shades and undertones.
This is great because when I first started buying makeup, the inclusive brands were also pretty expensive! After finding this awesome bargain concealer, I started swapping out a lot of my high end concealers when doing my own makeup.
I love the way the Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Eye Eraser blends under the eyes and gives this soft finish. I also enjoy the sponge applicator and twist function - it's just really fun to use!
I'm yet to add this product to my main kit - simply because the applicator makes it hard to decant product - but I always recommend it to clients or friends who're looking for a good dupe.
5. M.A.C Cosmetics Lipsticks and Lip Liners.
One of the most requested looks clients ask me for is the classic glossy ombre lip using MAC lip liners and lipsticks. It also happens to be one of my personal all-time favourite lip looks for myself.
Here are a few of my favourite lipstick and lip liner shades I use and even mix with to create this look:
I create this lip style by outlining the lips with dark to light brown lip liners with red, orange or pink undertones (depending on your skin tone).
Then, I match this with a matte lipstick or gloss in a complimentary lighter shade applied in the centre of the lips.
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