Category Archives: WHAT’S IN MY KIT

Must Have For Your Kit-Senna Brow Book

If I had to pick one item in my kit I don’t think I could do without it would have to be my Senna Brow Palette. Your eyebrows frame your face and doing your makeup and not having them groomed and filled in is almost like forgetting to put on your lipstick! That is the first thing I notice on a women’s face when they are NOT done. I can’t tell you how many times I see great makeup with neglected eyebrows! Every makeup artist needs a great brow palette in their kit! I highly recommend this one!



Brow expert and Senna founder, Eugenia Weston, designed this super skinny, refillable magnetic palette as the ultimate pro tool to master perfect brows on everyone. The Brow Book contains: 9 highly pigmented, natural looking and long wearing matte powder brow powders that suit every brow and skin tone; 1 Browlite soft matte highlighter that defines the brow line and accents the arch; 1 Brow Pomade that adds texture, fullness and is perfect for creating faux brow hairs; 1 Educational Brow Book with dictionary and expert tools, tips, and techniques for mastering the Art of Brows, written by Eugenia Weston.

To Use: With a firm angled brush, fill in sparse areas of brow with Brow Powder. Blend color with a brow grooming brush to soften and incorporate throughout brow. Layer pomade over color to add texture, create faux hairs, and to make color adhere and look natural. Accent brow shape with Browlite under the brow line. Always finish with Brow Fix X for all day hold and conditioning of brow hairs.

You can find this product here:



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Lynn Golovich
Detroit, Michigan Makeup Artist

Helping to make women look and feel more beautiful, one women at a time!

What’s In My Kit? Zuca Pouch #3 Blush, Highlighters and Lips

Pouch #3 Contains

Powder Blush (Nars) In a Z Palette

Cream Blush (Bobbie Brown, Nars, and Becca) in a Vuset Palette


RCMA Highlight & Contour Palette

Ben Nye Fireworks Fantasy Wheel

Too Faced Candlelight Softly Illuminating Translucent Powder

Sebastian Trucco Holographic Color Collection Angel Face

Nars Multiples (Travel sizes) South Beach, Orgasm,Copacabana)

Nars Illumnator (Laguna, Orgasm)


2 Three Custom Color Lip Palettes (A Century in Red, and Special Effects Palette)

Viseart Lip Palette 01 Muse Nudes

Eve Pearl The Lip Palette

Bobbi Brown Lip Palette for Artists

Face Atelier Lip Putty

Face Atelier Lip Fix

Clear Lip Gloss (Rimmel)


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Lynn Golovich
Detroit, Michigan Makeup Artist

Helping to make women look and feel more beautiful, one women at a time!

Makeup Brushes-Different Ways to Organize and Carry Them

One thing most makeup artist have lots of is makeup brushes. Keeping them clean and organized can be a challenge especially if you have a large collection.

Last summer I found these great bags on one of those shopping channels. Someone posted something about them on Face Book so I checked them out and decided to get them. I organized my brushes by type and labeled then. When I set up my work space I arrange the pouches in the order that I generally apply the makeup so I can quickly and easily grab the brush I need. Having them in the pouches keeps them clean and sanitary which is essential. I also helps prevent them from getting lost.

You can find the bags pictures above here:

Out of all the ways I have carried and organized brushes in the past this seems to work best for me. I carry them in a large Stilazzi Clear Set bag which I love.

You can find that Stilazzi Set Bag here:

Another idea is to get a large clear bag. The one is this picture is a Caboose bag that I found at Walmart. You can use clean empty Crystal Light containers and sort your brushes by type and label the containers. When you set up you can either open the bag and work from the bag or pull out the containers of the brushes and set them out on your work space that depends on how much space you have.

While I no longer carry my brushes like this unless I have a HUGE job and need them all, I use this bag for brush storage in my makeup room. It keeps the extras clean and organized.

Makeup artists how do you carry your brushes? Please comment and share your ideas!

Thanks for reading!

Lynn Golovich
Detroit, Michigan Makeup Artist

Helping to make women look and feel more beautiful, one women at a time!

Viseart Eye Shadows-The Best of The Best!

Let me let you in on some eye shadow palettes that are so exceptional that they are fast becoming a favorite in the makeup industry. Viseart Eye Shadow Palettes.

All of the shadow colors are beautiful, long lasting, highly pigmented and go on like butter! Once you use these shadows nothing else you have in the drawer or your kit will compare! The #1 Nude Shadow Palette is a staple in makeup artist kits!

Viseart Nude Palette 01
Best basic Nude Palette that exists!






Here are some comments made by makeup artists from a popular Face Book Group that I am in just in case you need more convincing that these eye shadow palettes are amazing:

Rachel Proctor The Viseart shadows will change your life. Seriously. Worth every single penny. They’ll end up saving you money in the long run because the quality is so high. Run, don’t walk to the Viseart.

Davisha Dadone Candice, the texture of Viseart is like velvet – much more like high-end shadows such as the ones you mention. But with better payoff and a lot more practical choices of color. I love my YSL and Dior, but there’s no reason to have them in my kit. Viseart, however, is just as luxe, much better packaging, and ready to use for my kit. No contest. Unless of course, I enjoy wasting money, time, and space

Rachael Parnell Inglot is FAB! Viseart are on ANOTHER level. No joke! In all my years (10 years plus) of trying and testing and using EVERYTHING on this planet…Viseart is the SHIZ!!!! Seriously, I think I’ll offer a money back deal on these palettes. You will NOT be sad xo (you will actually email me and say THANK YOU!

April Lampkins Ross Viseart is in a class by itself. It’s pointless to even compare. They’re superior, grade A, top shelf. I want to eat Viseart palettes lol.

Cassandra Kennedy I bought Viseart shadows recently because of all the buzz on this forum and honestly I could hardly handle how amazing they are. I’ve worked so hard to make things look good with other shadows. Viseart shadows are easy, smooth, velvety goodness. The problem now is that it’s like tasting a glass of hundred dollar champagne. You’ll never look at your glass of cheap brut in the same way again.

April Lampkins Ross I’ve used them on deeper skin tones, including my own. They’re amazing. It can be difficult to find neutrals on deeper skin tones that don’t read ashy. These don’t. They are rich creamy perfection.

Alexandra Reem Babic The Neutral Matte palette is one I am always reaching for, and the Pearl Basics is gorgeous. The eyeshadow palettes are highly pigmented, blend beautifully and are a joy to work with. The Lip Palette is stunning too, but the two above are must-haves for me.

Rachael Parnell Viseart is testament to how well a professional, pigmented product should work. The blending, color payoff, ease of use and staying power is out of this world! You seriously would NOT be disappointed.

Jade Milner Sammy, the Viseart shadows are TO DIE FOR! No ifs or buts, just get them.
Christine Wright Viseart has amazing eyeshadows…the best. I am ruined for any other brand save a few of my MUFE. I also love their lip palettes. I want to try all their products.

You can find these palettes (and their other wonderful products here):

Read this review on Muse Beauty!

NEWS FLASH! They are working on these new palettes to be coming out in the next few months! Look at the PRETTY COLORS!


Thanks for reading!

Lynn Golovich
Detroit, Michigan Makeup Artist

Helping to make women look and feel more beautiful, one women at a time!