5 Make-Up Must Haves From House Of Fraser

Ask yourself, where would you be without make-up? That’s probably a much harder question than you first thought. The cosmetic industry is one of the largest in the world and looks like it is continuing to grow. This means one thing, there will always be new products being released and what may seem like a never-ending supply of possible choices to choose from. If you’re new to all of this, here are some fantastic starting points which may help you along your makeup journey…

Must Have No.1

Primer – M.A.C

Primer is used in makeup as a base for foundation allowing for a smoother application and to hopefully last longer. You can get primers in different formulas such as cream, gel or primer. Take a look at M.A.C’s Prep & Prime Fix + which comes in a spray form to use before and after application.

Must Have No.2

Concealer – Clarins

Concealer is a special little type of cosmetic. It’s used to mask dark circles, age spots, large pores and other blemishes. Tip: as the under eye are is very delicate, when applying concealer to the area, use your ring finger to gently pat it on.

Must Have No.3

Moisturizing Cream – Clinique

Moisturizing cream is there to provide all-day moisture for your skin allowing healthy skin to emerge, keeping you looking healthier and younger. Check out Clinique’s Dramatically Different moisturizing cream, a staple in any vanity drawer.

Must Have No.4

Setting Powder – Laura Mercier

Setting powder can be used in makeup to match your skin tone or to be translucent. This will help give you that photoshoot ready look for that special occasion that you may have coming up. This setting powder is designed to reduce fine lines and smooth out the skin, making you look flawless.

Must Have No.5

Highlighter – Benefit

A highlighter is used for its namesake, to highlight. The main areas you would use highlighter is; cheekbones, cupids bow and the eyes. The best way to use the Benefit ‘Watts Up’ highlighter is to pick up the product on your finger, and dab along your cheek bone, for a more defined highlight, directly apply the product to the areas desired.


Let us know what make-up must haves you buy…