As a little a girl, all of us played around with mum's make-up, messing about with lipsticks and experimenting with eye-shadow.
When I started wearing make-up, I stuck by five basic rules:
1) Never apply eyeliner in a moving vehicle (a la Bridget Jones)
2) Red lipstick done right can instantly make you sexy (Anyone care to disagree?)
3) Kajal is always a life saver!
4) When there are going to be a gazillion photographers, honey, natural isn't going to cut it.
5) Never wear lip gloss and leave your hair open (Lip gloss lines on the cheek aren't flattering)
What I try to do, whether it's for actors on a stage or screen, models in a wacky photo shoot or a bride on her special day, is get them looking their absolute best. And that means more than a fancy shade of blush- it's about identifying and creating looks and styles that work for you