Celebrity Cosmetic Guide to Look Like a Star

If you want people to wonder whether you are a celebrity every time you walk into a room, you need to pay attention to your cosmetics products and routines.

 

Here are some top tips from celebrities and expert makeup artists to help you look like a star.

 

 

Do Not Use Too Many Products at Once

American model Erin Heatherton has said using too many products can end up irritating the skin, and she is right.

 

In fact, only a handful of ingredients used in skincare products have been scientifically proven to benefit skin, so it is best to focus on products that contain those ingredients and ensure you use simple combinations.

Use a Customized Product

Instead of using well-known brands, many celebrities use personalized skincare products formulated for them. You can go down the same route.

 

Get started with a free consultation at Nava MD. You can then have a dermatologically-designed product created for your unique skin type and feel like a celebrity. 

Super-hydrate Your Face

Celebrity makeup artist Tim Quinn, of Giorgio Armani, recommends using a super-hydrating hyaluronic acid sheet mask when your skin is fatigued or dry.

 

Quinn often uses the item for celebrities and he says it results in a much fresher face.

 

So, if you want to look as fresh-faced as Quinn’s clients, which include Alana Stewart, Diane Lane, and Glenn Close, consider super-hydrating your skin with a hyaluronic acid sheet mask.

Try New Facial Oils

Gad Cohen is another well-known celebrity makeup artist, whose clients include Jessica Lange, Susan Sarandon, and Jane Seymour.

 

Cohen recommends trying new facial oils if you want to revive parched complexions quickly. You can use them under or over foundation to give your complexion a healthy-looking sheen.

Change Your Skincare Routine Over Time

Australian model Jessica Hart likes to change up the products she uses, depending on how she feels and how her skin reacts to changing seasons.

 

Skin can indeed change during different seasons and as you age. It can also change depending on your geographic location.

 

So, remember to evolve your cosmetics products and skincare routine during different seasons and over time to maximize a healthy and naturally glowing complexion. 

Press Foundation into the Skin to Create a Natural Skin Glow

Daughter of Stephen Baldwin and wife of Justin Bieber, American model, media personality, and socialite Hailey Bieber is used to spending time with top makeup artists.

 

One trick she says she has picked up is to do with applying foundation. Bieber says many of the best makeup artists first put foundation on their hands and rub it together. They then press it into the skin instead of applying it with a brush.

 

Bieber says applying foundation via that method can give skin a more natural glow.

Use the Concealer Trick to Keep Your Eye Shadow in Place

How do celebs keep their makeup in place all day long? They do not always have makeup artists on call 24/7, so repurposing tricks come in handy.

 

When it comes to keeping eye shadow in place for longer, follow what American actress Eva Longoria does. She uses a bit of concealer as a base on her eyelids.

Try Different Products

Sofía Vergara, the Colombian-American actress, model, television producer, and presenter, likes to experiment with different cosmetics and skincare products.

 

In fact, she says that she buys every product that she hears is beneficial to try it out. While you may not be able to do that, you can certainly experiment with various products over time and find out what works well for you.

 

However, with so many products on the market, it can help to get advice from experts to find the right products for you and help you look like a star.

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