The tinted moisturiser this Kardashian MUA couldn't live without

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Photo credit: Instagram/ash_kholm
Photo credit: Instagram/ash_kholm

We all know by now that the Kardashians have an entire team of makeup artists, one of those artists is Ash Holm.

As well as the Kardashians, Ash's client list also includes Ariana Grande, Emma Chamberlain, Ashley Graham, Shay Mitchell and Megan Fox.

In fact, Ash was the one responsible for Ariana's stunning bridal makeup, so if she's not already on your Instagram follow list, you need to address that immediately.

We've already shared with you the foundation that she swears by, but in a recent YouTube video, Ash also revealed the one tinted moisturiser formula she couldn't be without.

Post pandemic a lot of us have adopted more simple, stripped back makeup routines and as part of that we want a more natural, skin-like base.

In her video: 10 things a celebrity makeup artist can't live without, Ash included the Nudestix Tinted Cover, which is described as "a lightweight foundation that looks and feels like your normal skin."

Ash revealed that she usually uses the shades 5 and 6 and she specifically loves the golden undertone that shade 6 has.

"On a daily basis this is really all that I wear when I go to work," she explained.

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"People always compliment me on how good my skin looks and you can't even tell that I have foundation on, it really becomes one with your skin," she continued.

Well, if it has Ash's seal of approval looks like we need to add it to our makeup bags immediately.

Oh, and if you want more insider tips, make sure you subscribe to Ash's YouTube channel and watch the rest of her video below:

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