This is the exact foundation and concealer Rochelle Humes wears on TV

Ever wondered what's inside Rochelle's make-up bag? Here are some of the products she wears on camera

Rochelle Humes
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Ever wondered which products keep Rochelle Humes looking so great on TV? While she definitely takes care of her skin, we can now reveal some of the make-up products that help her to look flawless on camera. 

The presenter and mum-of-three, who recently covered Holly Willoughby's absence from This Morning, always looks glowing whenever she's on our TV screens.

Luckily enough, make-up artist Patsy O'Neill (who is also the woman behind Holly Willoughby's make-up) has shared a breakdown of Rochelle's make-up for a recent TV appearance – including the best foundation to use to replicate Rochelle's glow. 

When it comes to the foundation used on Rochelle to get her camera ready, O'Neill chose none other than the Future Skin Foundation by Chantecaille.

Chantecaille Future Skin Foundation, £70, Lookfantastic

Chantecaille Future Skin Foundation, £70, Lookfantastic

An oil-free formula, this bestseller is loved by many because of its buildable coverage, meaning it works for both everyday looks and special occasions. It's also highly moisturising and contains light reflecting pigment for a healthy and radiant finish.

O'Neill also revealed that she used Trinny London's Just A Touch stackable concealer in shade Bex to perfect Rochelle's complexion. Easy to blend and pigment rich, this foundation and concealer hybrid is perfect for neutralising and discolouration and covering any blemishes.

Trinny London Just A Touch, £28, trinnylondon.com

Trinny London Just A Touch, £28, trinnylondon.com

Read the full breakdown of products below, including the mascara behind Holly Willoughby's long lashes.

If they're good enough for Rochelle, they're good enough for us. Will you be adding these to your beauty wish list?

Lucy Abbersteen

Lucy is a UK-based beauty journalist who has written for titles including Marie Claire, Glamour and OK!, as well as contributing to woman&home. Her work covers everything from expert skin and haircare advice to beauty trends and reviews of the latest products. During her career she regularly speaks to the industry's leading hairdressers, dermatologists and make-up artists, has covered backstage at London Fashion Week and interviewed many a celeb about their beauty routine.