For many of us, our beauty regime consists of sunblock, lip ice and possibly a quick swirl of mascara (because horses aren't judgey).... but there will be days when duty calls post riding and we need to do a quick conversion from "stable yard to socialite". If you're unsure of what should be in your make up bag, Rechelle Kloeck, our Fit_Mom_With_Love contributor, shares her make up secrets.


Maybelline Baby skin - The instant skin smoother will erase the look of pores in seconds leaving the skin with a soft matte finish.

R99.95 (


Mac Cosmetics Prep+ Prime Skin - It is a fluid lotion formulated with silicones to calm and soothe the skin. Great for problem skin.

R895 (


Giorgio Amani Luminous silk - The light texture gives a feeling as unadorned and blends perfectly with your skin

R1650 (


Catrice HD Liquid - This highly pigmented yet lightweight liquid can be built up on the skin without feeling too heavy and uncomfortable. I mix a drop or two with my moisturizer for a casual day or to go riding.

R144 (


NYX Mineral matte finishing powder - I love this matte finish. Brush over your foundation to give you a flawless and fresh look.

R 209 (


Bobbi Brown sheer Finish – My favourite – compact powder, I keep it in my bag for top-ups during the day as well.

R660 (


Revlon powder blush - A little of this blush goes a long way.. you don’t need much and its really pretty and soft looking. Great for day and night look.

R239 (


Mac soft and gentle - My go to highlighter – it’s beautiful on your cheeks or just under your eyes to give you a daytime glow.

R540 (


Huda beauty Nude- The best of the best now available in South Africa. The pigments and colours are amazing. You will love this palette .

R749 (


Catrice pro next gen nudes - The best value for money pro eyeshadows palette.

R225 (

For lips and lashes.... check out the full Equine Essentials spread on page 26 of the August issue:

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