In the kit with ... Belle Hassan |

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In the kit with ... Belle Hassan

The make-up artist, social media star and PB make-up products for getting clients glam

Doll Beauty x Artist Collection Pro Palette

This palette contains almost a full face of products – featuring the brand’s Gimme Sun bronzer in medium and dark, Pretty Fly blusher in Dolliday and Take Me to the Peach, Doll Light in Shine Bridge and Like a Diamond, plus six matte eyeshadow shades and six semi matte and satin lipstick shades to choose from.

Why Belle loves it: “It has everything you need while you travel – two bronzers, two blushers, two highlighters, six matte eyeshadows and six lipsticks, so when I’m on the go or travelling to see clients, it saves so much space in my kit.”

Elf Power Grip Primer

This gel-based, hydrating primer helps to grip make-up for long-lasting wear while retaining moisture, thanks to the addition of hyaluronic acid.

Why Belle loves it: “At only £10, this primer is well worth purchasing – I love how affordable it is and how well it helps your make-up last. When I saw this product going viral, I had to try it for myself as I didn’t believe it would be as good as the hype, but I can confirm it is! It’s sticky enough to hold make-up on for hours without feeling sticky or uncomfortable on my clients’ faces.

KVD Good Apple Full-Coverage Serum Foundation

With full coverage but a natural finish, long wear and transfer-proof yet lightweight, KVD’s Good Apple Serum Foundation offers the best of both worlds, with 40 shades to suit all your clients’ skin tones.

Why Belle loves it: “I am completely obsessed with this foundation – it has become my favourite foundation I’ve ever used (and, trust me, I’ve used a lot!). The foundation incorporates skincare with make-up, keeping my clients’ skin looking fresh and feeling hydrated. It’s also transfer proof, so you can hug who you want without leaving half your face on someone’s clothes.”

Made by Mitchell Blursh

Arguably one of the most versatile make-up products on the market, MUA Mitchell Halliday’s liquid-to-powder blush formulas are viral for a reason.

Why Belle loves it: “The Blursh range has become a huge part of my kit because they have so many uses – you can pop them on the cheeks for blush, on the lips as lipstick and even on the eyes as an eyeshadow. The liquid-to-powder formula makes them perfect to use with cream products, or even after you’ve set your make-up. There are so many different shades, which I love collecting to build my kit.”

Huda Beauty Easy Bake Loose Powder

This multi-purpose loose powder from Huda Beauty is designed for shine and oil control, and can be used to bake and set the skin, with superfine pigments to subtly colour correct without flashback.

Why Belle loves it: “I tried virtually every loose powder on the market and this is the one I will always come back to. It’s super fine and creates the most beautiful blurring effect on skin, instantly hiding pores, and it lasts all day. Huda Beauty has an amazing shade range to suit all skin tones. I recommend using it with a powder puff to maximise the blurring effects.”

This article appears in February 2024

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