Make Up Artist Wendy Rowe Shows Us What's In Her Beauty Bag And Bathroom

Top make-up artist Wendy Rowe is a Grazia fave. Not only does she create some of the hottest makeup looks around but she also does the Burberry shows each season, which are always breath-takingly beautiful. Read on to find out what beauty buys she swears by and uses on her top make up shoots...

Make Up Artist Wendy Rowe Shows Us What's In Her Beauty Bag And Bathroom...

Wendy's handbag

Tom Ford Santal Blush Fragrance - I love the Tom Ford fragrances, they have a musky headiness scent and this one also has a freshness to it, perfect for this time of year.

Joelle skincare - I have very sensitive skin and as I have to travel constantly with work it's so important for me to use skincare that works for me in all climates. Joelle is perfect and ensures my skin always looks good, even when travelling loads and working in extreme conditions.

Dr Sebagh Eye Expert - this eye cream gives me a tightening and lifting effect, whilst preventing fine lines.

Tweezerman Tweezers - an essential to keep my eye brows groomed, which is so important for great facial structure. A staple on the shoots I do as well!

Make Up Artist Wendy Rowe Shows Us What's In Her Beauty Bag And Bathroom...

Wendy's bathroom shelf

Bobbi Brown Buffing Grains - I always use these granules to buff away dry skin, it instantly refreshes my face leaving me with brighter looking skin.

Sarah Chapman Serum - I love a good serum and this one firms the skin so well. I am never without it.

Liz Earle Eyebright - perfect to refresh eyes if they're a little tired or puffy, as they instantly looked brighter and clearer.

Jo Malone Fragrances - Jo Malone scents are really refreshing and light which I love. I don't think there's a single one I don't like!

 



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