My Favourite Brushes (updated) – from my kit


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These are some of my favourite makeup brushes that I have in my pro-kit at the moment; for more information on them and the makeup that I am wearing – head to my site here:

Lancôme – Foundation Brush #2:
Chanel – Foundation Brush No.6:
ZOEVA – Face Shape Brush – 110:
Sigma – Flat Top Kabuki Brush – F80:
Tom Ford – Shade and Illuminate Brush:
Charlotte Tilbury – Powder & Sculpt Brush:
ZOEVA – 105 Luxe Highlight Brush:
Sigma – Concealer Brush F75:
Lancôme – Concealer Brush #8:
Sigma – Concealer Brush:
Chanel – Ultra Fine Eyeliner Brush – No.13 :
Suqqu – Eyeshadow Brush – L:
Suqqu – Cheek Brush:
Paula Dorf – Wet / Dry Eye Color Brush:
MAC – Blending Brush – 217:
ZOEVA – Luxe Soft Crease Brush – 221:
ZOEVA – Luxe Petit Crease Brush – 231:
Hakuhodo – Eye Shadow Brush Tapered J5522:
Paula Dorf – Sheer Crease Brush:
Rae Morris – Deluxe Point Shader – 7:
ZOEVA – Luxe Pencil Brush 230:
Suqqu – Eyeshadow Brush – M:
Suqqu – Eyeshadow Brush S (discontinued) :
Stila – Precision Eyeliner Brush #4:
Suqqu – Eyebrow Brush – S :
Chanel – Pinceau Brosse Sourcils – Brow / Lash Brush – No.11 :
Hakuhodo – Concealer Brush – B516 :
MAC – Retractable lip brush – 318:
Sigma – Sigma Lip – L05:

My Makeup

Cargo – Water Resistant Blush:
Topshop Make Up – Mono Eyeshadow – Hematite:
Lancôme – Grandiôse Mascara – Noir Mirifique :
YSL – Rouge Pur Couture:
Lipstick Queen – Seven Deadly Sins :
Essie – Pearly White:

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I can’t guarantee that all of the make-up and skincare products I recommend will suit you. I only use products I personally think are good having tried them on myself and my clients but everyone's skin is different and it's possible to be allergic to anything. Wherever possible, test products out on yourself before purchasing.

I only feature products I like, or want to try. The products I use in these videos are either purchased by me or sent to me by make-up companies to use in my professional capacity as a make-up artist for fashion and celebrity photo shoots, red carpet etc. I am also sent products by many of the top magazines to judge for awards.

I do not accept payment and am not sponsored to make any of the films on this channel. Some of the links under the videos and blog posts on my site are affiliated however and as stated before, I only feature products I like, or want to try.



  1. Hi Lisa! I follow you exclusively for all my makeup advice. Could you do a video about your favourite make up brushes for your own daily personal use and possibly for people on a budget? Thanks!

  2. Thank you Lisa this video its very helpful not just you share with us about your favourite brushes but you explain very well how to use them . As I am constantly looking for brushes for my kit this video is very helpful . Ones you did recommended foundation flat brush from 7 cosmetics its one of my favourite .Thank you ! Love your make up look 😉

  3. I'm so happy that you mention art brushes to be used as your makeup brushes because i actually have a bunch that i use to do my makeup and felt weird for doing so lol! Only problem i have with them is the handles being extremely long, but nothing a saw can't fix

  4. I always wear my make up with this outstanding brush set from here
    This might the best brush so far and Its blend my makeup perfectly, I purchased for my sibling one too, and the quality is outstanding! Anyhow the rate is actually cost effective and the shipping is no charge.

  5. Hi Lisa, could u pls review or give your opinion on brushes from Artist…particularly it's Oval 7 foundation brush.

    I've heard so much good reviews on Chikuhodo, Hakuhodo, Rae Morris and Wayne Goss. I already bought a few from Hakuhodo and would like to collect more. Also from other brands like Chikuhodo, Rae Morris and Wayne Goss. Please consider to try more brushes from those companies and share your views. I'd truly appreciate it because for certain reasons….I just trust you.

    Thanks Lisa for another wonderful and informative video.

  6. Lisa! I think you would enjoy Linda Mehrens makeup brushes. They are handmade with a Japanese premium fibre and are of very high quality. They are super soft and I love working with them! The line is called Conscious & Care Collection and is environment and animal friendly. Linda used to be a professional makeup artist in Sweden but is now running her own school, Makeup Academy, and most leading professional makeup artist in Sweden use and love her brushes. Check them out! Here is a link to where you can purchase the brushes, it's a Swedish site but they ship abroad:
    Here you can read more about the brushes:

  7. Can you please tell me the deal on liquids and powders? I am confused when I can use my brushes in liquids and the powders? How long do I have to wait after I have used a liquid or creme and then put that same brush into a powder product?? HELP? Hope i made sense??

  8. Could you make maybe a video on how to clean the make up brushes correctly? I've heard different oppinions but I'm still not sure how to do it right. I'm concerned that when I spray a brush cleaning solution and swirl the brush on a tissue to remove the makeup there is a great deal of pigment that still stays on. So I am concerned particularly about the eye brushes because you have to work with around such a sensitive and exposed area. Could you recommend the right way to do clean and store brushes?

  9. Lisa, I have a question about hygiene. Im currently doing a marketing intelligence master, and after that, i plan to fly to the UK and to study Make-Up. How do you deal with the hygiene problem with clients? Like you have a limited amount of brushes on clients? Thanks a lot!

  10. As an artist that i am, i love using the art brushes to do make up! Especially any synthetic brushes like for concealer or even lipstick, they work wonderful. And also, the watercolor brushes for blending are amazing cos they're soft and have that nice dome/slanted shape. Only downside is the super long handles, but nothing a good saw can't deal with.

  11. Lisa, I absolutely love your makeup in this video! I've been trying to wear blue lipstick recently, but am having some trouble–I'm very pale so I end up looking either a bit vampy or too clown-like. You look positively chic in this video! I would love to see a full tutorial on this look! Also, thank you for being such a positive and inspiring influence. I've been going through some tough times lately, and your videos have helped me care for myself and feel confident. THANK YOU!

  12. Thank you for this informative tutorial! I would love to see a tutorial of under eye concealing and baking! And a sculpting/conturing tutorial with powder and creamy concealer! Thank you.

  13. Hi Lisa, how many brushes would you suggest to take with you on a shoot when you're only doing 1 model's make up? I'm always taking loads of brushes with me and sometimes I feel like I'm almost taking too many. Thank you! x


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