The make-up artist struggled to cope after their marriage broke down and he moved on with another woman.
But after getting through it, she is now determined to help others with a new makeover series.
Lisa said: “Nobody is immune to insecurities – nobody! We all have issues that chip away at our confidence on a daily basis.
“The celebrity version of perfection that bombards us every day is not real.
“Social media makes us hold ourselves to unrealistic standards. There is no such thing as perfection and uniqueness is what makes us all so very special.”
On her web series, Lisa will be helping boost people’s confidence by giving them an image overhaul.
She added: “Make-up has the power to bring out your best features.
“It highlights rather than distracts. I hope to show that with faith and with courage we can all shine!”
Other experts on the series include photographer Abby Cohen, stylist Erica Matthews and hairdresser Richard Ward.