Who says you have to break the bank to be as flawless as your favorite star? From a simple bath to smudging off your lipstick, A-list celebrities share their favorite beauty tips that range from zero to affordable!
“You know what I actually use on my face as well as my body? I feel like people would think it would make you break out, but it doesn’t make you break out: coconut oil! Like, cooking oil. I put it everywhere—in my hair, on my body. It’s the answer…No idea if this is gonna work for anyone else, but I hope it does! If you try this and then you break out, I apologize from the bottom of my heart. Disclaimer!”
“I have a bath every single day of my life. And if I can have two or three—amazing. Nothing terrible is going to happen in the bath, so I always find time for that… There’s a brand called French Girl Organics that has this great Sea Polish which exfoliates and leaves you moisturized afterwards. I like that because it eliminates a step after the bath.”
Wipe Off The Lipstick
"To make lips look naturally pink, I put on red lipstick, wipe it off, and then apply clear gloss."
Dewy Is In
"If you use petroleum jelly on your lids, it gives you a dewy, angelic look."
"After applying foundation and a little blush, dust your face with translucent powder, then mist skin with a rosewater spray and lay a Kleenex over for a second. It makes your face seem flawless in a way that looks as if you aren't wearing any makeup."
Don't Forget The Moisturizer
"A woman is most beautiful when she smiles. Other than that, the most valuable tip I've learned is always use a skin moisturizer!"
Oils Are Your Friend
"I use omega-3 oil. I love light oil on my skin. It's one of my favorite feelings in the world."
"Once I started drinking more water, my skin, hair and nails all flourished."
You can curl your eyelashes with a spoon if you don’t have an eyelash curler
“There are tricks I’ve learned from makeup artists on shoots. They put on the red lipstick, then blot it with a tissue, then they put powder over the tissue and sort of press it onto your lips. Then re-apply. It turns it into a stain that lasts much longer.”
“I just rinse my face with cold water — I don’t believe in overzealous cleansing — and then I apply La Roche-Posay 50 Sunblock, a bit of foundation and mascara and I’m out the door.”
“My moisturizing secret weapon (cold pressed olive oil). After a bath, I slather it on my skin and put a little bit in my hair for a subtle sheen.”
On The Lighter Side
“I like to dilute my cover-up with a little eye cream during the warmer months. It makes this traditionally heavier makeup a bit lighter and sheerer, which is ideal for summer”
“Wash your face before you go to bed. And double your pillowcases. I learned that early. That and change them regularly.”