Every now and then a makeup product comes long that changes the face of cosmetics.
When YSL launched its Touche Eclat in 1991 it sparked a frenzy and it wasn’t long before the beauty market was saturated with imitators.
Today, with one sold every ten seconds, the light reflecting concealer is firmly established as a cult makeup icon.
But what’s the measure of a true beauty hero?
If you ask celebrity makeup artist Adam Burrell, who has pampered and preened a whole host of A-Listers, an iconic makeup product has got to deliver something extra special.
Cover Media caught up with the makeup maestro to find out which products he couldn’t live without.
Bobbi Brown Gel Liner in Black Ink
I just love how strong and black it is, how smoothly it glides on and how well it stays.
M.A.C Paint Pot in Quite Natural
The M.A.C paint pots are a quick and easy to apply, they're long wearing and they don't crease, Quite Natural is the perfect shade for a soft and neutral smoky eye.
Givenchy Mister Light Corrective Pen
Not only does this conceal under eye darkness and blemishes but it's great for highlighting cheek and brow bones, brightening and lifting the face.
Makeup For Ever Aqua Cream in Fresh Pink
These bullet proof creams blend seamlessly on eyes and cheeks, my favourite is Fresh Pink, the perfect blush.
Chanel Rouge Allure Extrait de Gloss in #57 Insolence
I have hundreds of lip glosses but I grab this one time and time again, it's just a beautiful, wearable popsicle pink. © Cover Media