Top beauty professionals name the products they just can't do without. Shu Uemura founder of Shu Uemura cosmetics 'Since the 1960s, when it was first launched, Shu Uemura cleansing oil has been continuously evolving in the relentless quest for beautiful skin. Begin by cleansing your skin to remove impurities. Then allow the essential elements to flow through the skin. By investing yourself in this daily deed, your skin will come to reflect your natural beauty.' Mikki Yao model 'My essential item is an eyebrow pencil. It instantly makes me look fresh - as mascara does, but I prefer my eyebrow pencil! I also love creamy blusher: it's easy to use and stays on longer than powder blush.' Zing Wong make-up artist 'A deep smoky-red lipstick that can also double as cream blush and eyeshadow. When used sparingly, it stains the lips. When applied in abundance, it is rich and very chic.' Pius Yiu hair stylist 'Fancl Amino hair products. The shampoo and conditioner are very good for damaged Asian hair, and, unlike other gels that make hair heavy, this one is very light. It doesn't smell, either. After you have applied the gel on a long hairdo, blow dry for a much better result than hair spray. It holds the hair nicely, naturally and with no stickiness.' Vic Kwan hair stylist 'My favourite product is Kiehl's Heat-Protective Silk Straightening Cream - it works on natural frizz and wavy hair. Use it on wet hair then just let it dry naturally, or blow dry for a straighter, shinier and smoother finish.' Chase Aston make-up artist 'My make-up 'must have' is The Body Shop Lip & Cheek Stain in Rose Pink - celebrities and supermodels instantly fall in love with it when I use it on them. Wear it alone on bare cheeks, or under cream blush or a shimmering highlighter. Apply to nude lips for a fresh and modern look or under your favourite lipstick or gloss.' Julie Hewett make-up artist 'A great product for healing and protecting skin is my camellia balm. Camellia oil is the closest thing to skin's natural oil (it also provides a natural sun protection). It can be used on severely dry skin and chapped lips and can also be used as a primer for make-up. Use it on the lips, cuticles, under the eyes and even on razor burns.'