Supermodel Skincare Rules You Need To Know
Being a model means part of your job description is having beautiful skin, so if we’re taking notes from anyone’s beauty regime it’s going to be the supermodels we see every day on Instagram. Plus, they have access to some of the best dermatologists, facialists, and skincare products in the beauty biz.
Models always have this in their purse
Rule 1: Use a facial mist to keep your skin hydrated on-the-go
When some of the most beautiful women in the world tell you they never leave their house without this skincare essential, you listen. Facial mists are seriously under-appreciated: a lot of people regard them as a beauty luxury, rather than a necessity. But we’re here to set the record straight: facial mists are the easiest way to keep your skin hydrated on-the-go as they’re packed with moisturizing ingredients, essential oils, and vitamins to nourish your skin.
Models know when to go makeup free
Rule 2: Remove your makeup properly
It’s common knowledge you should never fall asleep with your makeup on, but models take this to the next level: they ALWAYS double cleanse, and when they say they never fall asleep with makeup on, they mean it. Celebrity facialist Georgia Louise says she recommends double cleansing to all of her model clients including Karlie Kloss and Bella Hadid, while Kendall Jenner says she won’t even let her friends get into her bed unless they’re completely makeup-free!
Models never skip this skincare step
Rule 3: Use a serum daily
Serums should be a part of everyone’s daily regime, but tbh most people don’t know the difference between an essence, serum or moisturizer. And although they have a higher price tag, serums deliver a higher concentration of active ingredients, which makes them more effective at targeting different skin concerns. Plus, as they’re so potent you only use a small amount each day so they last longer.
Models know that this is the secret weapon to youthful skin
Rule 4: Always use SPF
Victoria’s Secret Angel Taylor Hill said in her latest Vogue tutorial that majorly resonated with us: “If 20 makeup artists tell you “you should wear sunscreen on your face every day” then you probably should.” Literally, every dermatologist, makeup artist, and beauty professional that we’ve ever spoken to tells us the same thing: wearing SPF every day is not optional.
The truth is, 90% of how your skin ages in within your control, which is why it’s essential to protect your skin from the sun’s UVA and UVB rays. Not only do both contribute to skin cancer but the formation of fine lines, wrinkles, dark spots, uneven tone, and hyperpigmentation.
We hope you enjoyed reading and will follow these model's skincare tips.