Make-up artists swear by them and many women say they can't leave home without them. Make-up tools now come in every shape, size and style to suit all budgets and needs. Try these to create the perfect summer look. 1. Becca, the sought-after new brand from young Australian make-up artist Rebecca Morris-Williams, offers a sturdy, synthetic-fibre foundation brush to allow smoother application. $345 from Joyce stores. 2. Chantecaille's eye-definer brush means eyeliner and shawdow can be applied without looking harsh or smudged. $250 from Seibu stores and Joyce boutiques. 3. Laura Mercier's eyebrow tweezers make pinpointing stray hairs easy. $175 from Lane Crawford. 4. Becca's portable lip brush gives lips an all-over, even dose of colour. $275 from Joyce. 5. Stephane Marais gives his trademark dash of colour to this finishing brush, a light, feathery tool to dust off excess powder or shadow. $110 from Lane Crawford. 6. Rubis tweezers are like a Swiss Army knife for the brows. Tightly sprung and easy to handle, these perforated tweezers will help create smooth lines. $220 from Joyce. 7. Laura Mercier's angled eye colour brush gives a more even, subtle and controlled coat of shadow or cream to lids. $265 at Laura Mercier counters. 8. Japonesque's heated eyelash curler heats up in seconds. Unlike other curlers, this one is just placed under the lashes. $120 from Joyce, Lane Crawford and Seibu.