Beauty masterclass: Bridgerton brushes

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While the Regency-era fashion from Netflix hit Bridgerton isn’t likely to make a full-blown comeback (phew no corsets!), the make-up seen on stars such as Phoebe Dynevor and Adjoa Andoh has quickly become coveted.

And luckily for us, super talented make-up artist Lynda Pearce is generous when it comes to sharing her tips and tricks.

As well as listing which skincare and make-up products are actually used on set, Lynda has also given a complete rundown of the brushes she favours when it comes to transforming actress Phoebe into her alter ego Daphne Bridgerton on her Instagram account.

So wipe away your tears over the fact Regé-Jean Page won’t be back for season two, and read on for the Bridgerton brush lowdown.

1. Mishel Make Up - Flat Foundation Brush. This comes in two lengths and I always opt for regular for my kit but the handbag size is great for your make-up bag.

2. Zoeva Cosmetics - 103 Defined Buffer. I use this to buff the foundation into the skin. This is what gives that natural look, full coverage but without the caked look.

3. Zoeva Cosmetics - 114 Luxe Face Focus. I use this to powder the face

4. MAC Cosmetics - 239. To apply the eyeshadow.

5. MAC Cosmetics - 224. To buff the eyeshadow.

6. MAC Cosmetics – 219. To apply the eyeshadow into the lash line.

7. MAC Cosmetics – 204. To brush the eyebrows (But the MAC Eyebrow Styler does have a brush on one end so this isn’t a necessity).

8. MAC Cosmetics – 159. To apply the cream blush.

9. Mishel Make Up - Flat Eyeshadow Brush. I actually use this to apply concealer and under-eye coverage because I love the flatness of it.