For most women, the closest we get to a makeup artist’s kit is when we’re in a wedding, and a makeup artist comes prep us for the big day, or if we’re having a makeover at a beauty counter. So getting to peek inside a makeup artist’s kit is not only a novelty, but is of huge curiosity.
But what’s surprising is that two of the most commonly used items inside a makeup artist’s kit can be found in most homes – especially those with little kids.
Josh Flinn – model mentor on Australia’s Next Top Model and fashion insider – reveals two of the most unexpected items:
“They’re used for removing makeup, fixing smudges, wiping hands and benches.”
“Used to clean other brushes, to comb brows, and sometimes, with a slick of mascara on them to colour brows.”
Well thankyou children – because of you, and all those bottoms I’ve wiped, I’m well on my way to have a professional looking makeup kit! Here are 7 more baby products that can do double duty for beauty.
For more great tips from Josh, check out the things we can learn from models, and find out how to look ‘expensive’ when you’re on a budget.
What’s the most unusual thing in your makeup kit?