Today's ZINE is led by our Head of Production, Dani, who is keen to share the makeup artists that inspire her on the daily.
"I work within the creative industry and as much as I love all the work we do at LOVE, I actually love all things creative, from photography to architecture.
In particular, I really enjoy the world of make-up artistry. I love reading up on the industry, finding new products to try or artists to follow.
Here are three of my favourite British make-up artists".
Lisa Eldridge is a very well established artist, best known in the industry from working on high-fashion editorial shoots or A-list celebs.
She's worked with some of the biggest names in fashion from Mario Testino to Kendall Jenner. She is also the Creative Director of Lancôme cosmetics.
Eldridge runs her own blog and YouTube channel where she recreates some of her looks, accompanied by tips and product recommendations.
She's also written a book called Face Paint - a story of make-up.
Terry Barber is Director of makeup at MAC cosmetics UK and Europe. He's worked for the brand since they first opened the first UK concession within Harvey Nichols in 1993.
He travels the world teaching classes and running demos at key fashion events, as well as working a range of freelance jobs too.
I love his Instagram the most. He posts the looks he's created and includes a range of reference points too.
Charlotte Tilbury has worked in the fashion industry for many years, starting her career assisting Mary Greenwell - another legend in the makeup world.
Her work can be found within many fashion mags or on front covers, working alongside the very best photographers and models from all over the world.
She's good friends with Kate Moss as well as being her personal make up artist too.
Tilbury has not long launched her own brand of premium cosmetics and skincare-named Charlotte Tilbury, which has gone done a storm with consumers all over the world.