20 Supermodels Reveal Their Beauty Secrets
When it comes to beauty, no one knows more than the models that sell it themselves. After all, beauty is their business! These lucky ladies have access to the world’s top makeup artists and hairstylists and know just what it takes to look gorgeous from head to toe. You may not be able to get a place in one of their stylists' chairs, so here’s a roundup of the best beauty tips and tricks from the world’s top models, past and present.
"The best thing is just to make sure to take off all that makeup at night and cleanse, and in the morning do the exact same thing. I always try to let my face breathe as much as I can."
"Moisturizing is the most important for everything: your hair, your face, your body. Masks, masks, masks."
"Since high school, I've always used CVS skincare. I just keep it simple. I feel like if you start using 30 products on your face, the second you don't have those 30 products, your skin will need it. And I feel like just keeping your skin clean and being good to it is enough."
“I’ve been drinking noni for the past 12 years. It has 177 vitamins and minerals and is a potent antioxidant. It’s great for healing. If I had sunburn or pimples, I used to soak a cotton ball in it and put it on my skin. That’s why it made sense to use noni as a key ingredient in the skincare products."
"Now more than ever it's important that I nourish myself in every way possible to take care of my health and well-being. Caring for my skin on the inside is just as important as how I care for the outside."
"Definitely staying hydrated. I'm trying to drink a lot more water and even just fresh juices, I think it makes a big difference. But I think that extra vitamin kick, it really makes you feel good."
"Spray tans are amazing. You'll look all glowy, feel sexier, and you'll see more of your muscle definition. And, there's no need for expensive cosmetic creams as long as you have fruit in your fridge. I mash up avocado, banana, strawberries, and blueberries for my face. I'll also use cucumber slices for my eyes and will wipe them all over my skin. It's an instant toner."
“You really have to enjoy your life. Do everything in moderation, but when you commit to something, give it 110% or don't be there.”
"I drink water with lemon for clear skin—it helps get the toxins out and prevents breakouts."
“I don’t like to do too much to my skin. I feel like the more I do, the more confused it gets. I wash my face with a gentle cleanser in the morning and before I go to bed.”
"When I get out of the shower, I blow-dry my bangs even if the rest of my hair stays wet."
“A model friend told me to use coconut oil as a makeup remover because it’s healthy for your skin.”
“My skin is sensitive, so I use a green-tea face wash and tea-tree oil.”
“In terms of my beauty routine, when I'm getting ready in the morning, less is more — it's about how quickly I can get out the door.”
“I wash all my makeup brushes with baby shampoo. It keeps them clean, and the brushes last longer.”
“I squeeze a bit of lemon juice and wash my face with it. Because of the acid, it pulls everything out that wants to come out. So it’s not so glamorous but you just shine!”
“If you’re wearing smoky eye makeup, a little beige or gold pencil on the inner eye corners will open up the area, but you only want to do it if the shadow is really dark. Otherwise, light pencil makes your eyes look too far apart, like a fish."
“I try to eat 80% right 80% of the time and this seems to work for me. But probably the most important thing is to be living your life with gratitude.”
“Dry shampoo is my secret weapon. Not only does it help my hair last at least a day longer without washing it, but it’s also a great styling product. Braids are another great way to hide dirty hair. In fact, the greasier your hair is, the easier it is to braid it!”
“My grandmother always told me to rinse my hair with chamomile. It’s a natural lightener for blonds.”