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So I've got five favorite secret weapons from my kit that I'm going to share with you today. I'm Jetty Stutzman, I'm a freelance celebrity makeup artist. I've worked with a lot of different people over the years like Hilary Duff, Tom Hanks and I'd like to share a few of my favorite tricks and products from my tip for you today.
The DHC Velvet Skin Coat is the best primer in my opinion. I use it anywhere when I need to smooth out little imperfections; this really gives me a flawless canvass to start with. This is my favorite concealer in my kit. It’s from Cle de Peau and the thing I love about this is that it’s got nice coverage but it’s really moist and creamy looking.
For great highlights and really beautiful gooey looking skin, I love his Cle de Peau aluminizing relief powder. It’s got a touch of bronze to it if you're skin is pale but mostly it just give you beautiful shimmer and beautiful highlights.
Two of my favorite old school products are things that you can get at any old drugstore. Olay Shimmer cream used with Sally airbrush legs will give you blocking looking legs.
These are few of my deli kit stables and whether you get them at the high end department or the corner drugstore they're all great additions to your kit at home.
Stay beautiful and we’ll see you next time on BellaTV.