I loved being back on This Morning last week… Though I'm now coveting my brows from twenty years ago.

For those asking these are my beauty must haves… (I am not paid or sponsored to mention any of these products I just love them!!)

Smashbox Primers - whether you are looking for mattifying, blurring, oil control, radiance or colour correcting primers they provide a great base for any make up and they make your makeup last longer.

The Ordinary Foundation - I use a huge range of foundations but if you are on a budget The Ordinary foundations are split into serum and coverage formulas and have 21 shades. At less than £6 a bottle it won’t break the bank to buy several shades for all year round colour matching.

Chanel Soleil Tan de Chanel - The most gorgeous bronze! If you need a hint of colour or want to build it up this has no shimmer so you look natural and healthy without risking looking like a disco ball.

Daniel Sandler Watercolour Fluid Blush - With 14 shades there is something for every skin colour whether you prefer pinks, reds or rusts. Use just a drop and blend for a sheer finish.

Kevyn Aucoin Glass Glow Face Highlight - Not just foundation for unicorns… apply under foundation for an all over glow or dot on the areas of your face and body that the light would naturally hit (the cheekbones, cupids bow, décolletage…) Hourglass Eye Pencil 1.5mm - One of my all time favourite products! I have it in my professional kit as well as personal. This is the thinnest eyeliner at 1.5mm so you can gently dot in between the lashes to define the eyes without looking overly dramatic or use for precision wings. It dries down to a waterproof finish so lasts all day (or until you want to remove it)

Surratt Revelée Lash Curlers - I have used so many lash curlers but these are my favourite. There are so many mascaras with formulations to suit what you are looking for but if you curl your lashes first you will get the most gorgeous bright eyed finish.

Bobbi Brown Crushed Oil Infused Gloss - 15 beautiful shades with no nasties .

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Work with your skintone and the cosmetic effect that you want to achieve. We are all lucky that we have unique faces.. play up the features you love and play down those you don't.

Ruby Hammer MBE