Fashion Model Favourite Beauty Products
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When your job is to look good year-round, it makes sense that supermodels use the best beauty products in the world. But good doesn’t always equal expensive – here, we take a look at some top model beauty go-to’s. And the good news? Many of them are not only effective but affordable, too!
Favourite Model Hair Products
This innovative hair care product can be seen in all the hair tutorials, influencer posts and – you guessed it – backstage at modelling fashion shows world-round. It’s a firm favourite due to its drying speed and strong airflow, making it the perfect tool to help nail that bouncy blow-dry.
Coconut oil has been a firm favourite of many celebrities for years now. That’s because its extremely versatile, low cost, and effective. Research has shown that, when applied as a hair mask, coconut oil prevents protein loss – meaning locks are protected.
GHD hair straighteners always seem to come out on top. Whether you’re using them to straighten or curl, GHD’s are often seen used by professional hair stylists.
Elnett Hair Spray
This classic hairspray is a fashion staple for its fail-proof, flexible, buildable hold.
All supermodels claim to use heat protection in their hair before heat styling. Models are constantly having their hair styled with curling tongs, straighteners and blow dryers, so it’s vital they protect their hair from damage using a high-quality heat protection spray.
Dry shampoo is great for multiple reasons. First, it’s ideal for covering oily roots and allowing you to go without a time-consuming hair wash. It’s also great for providing texture for those hairstyles that just won’t work with silky-soft hair (french braids etc).
Favourite Model Beauty Products
Models including Willow Hand, as well as top make-up artists, love moisturiser Embryolisse. It’s soothing, low in ingredients so great for sensitive skin, and acts as the perfect hydrating primer for make-up.
Jojoba oil is another top favourite. Dutch model Rianna van Rompaey claims to use it everywhere including her hair, face and body.
Tea Tree Oil
Tea tree oil can be great for drying up pimples. Some models like to use it as a toner for oily skin, but be warned – it can be very harsh on the skin and strip it of essential, healthy oils. It’s best to use sparingly.
Aquaphor Healing Ointment
Aquaphor is multipurpose and perfect for those dry areas. Kendall Jenner and Emily Ratajkowski both claim to love it.
Bioderma is a skincare must-have for many models. The Bioderma Sensibio Cleansing Micellar Water acts as a great cleanser to gently remove make-up, SPF and dirt. It’s hypoallergenic and can also be used around the eys to take off stubborn mascara and eyeliner.
Cetaphil is an affordable yet effective cleanser that many celebrities love to use each morning and evening. It very gently cleanses the skin without stripping the protective top layer.
CeraVe is another fan favourite. It’s a gentle brand that has some very effective cleansers and moisturisers that are ideal for sensitive skin.
This skincare essential can be applied as a serum to protect the skin while also helping to prevent sun spots and other hyperpigmentation damage.
This trending facial massage is a great way to stimulate circulation, reduce puffiness and naturally lift and sculpt the face. It is typically performed with a crystal such as rose quartz or jade.
LED Face Masks
These are fairly new to the scene. LED face masks claim to use light therapy to help with skin ailments including acne, ageing and hyperpigmentation.
Every model likes to keep a lip balm to hand to keep lips soft, smooth and protected from the elements.
Another essential if you want to take care of your skin. Daily facial SPF is a dermatologist’s number one recommended way to keep premature signs of ageing at bay.
We couldn’t skip this vital beauty product. Models including Candice Swanepoel, Heidi Klum, Shanina Shaik and Sara Sampaio to name a few swear on drinking lots of water to keep their skin looking good.
Favourite Model Body Products
Palmer’s Coco Butter
This body butter is mentioned time and again by more than just one model – Monia Tomas and Lineisy Montero are both said to be fans.
Raw Manuka Honey
Antibacterial, cleansing, hydrating… honey has lots of uses. Many models like to use this as a spot treatment, face mask and even as a bath soak.
Dry body brushing is a great way to exfoliate the body and also increase lymphatic drainage. Cindy Crawford swears by it.
Charlotte Tilbury Supermodel Body
It’s in the name! This make-up item is a firm favourite amongst supermodels and celebrities alike due to its luminous, glowing finish.
Top Beauty Tips From Supermodels
- Wear a hair mask to the gym; the heat will help the products work into the hair follicles. Pop it into a bun while you work out, then wash it off afterwards for beautiful, smooth, sleek hair. If you don’t go to the gym, try applying one overnight.
- Kendall Jenner swears on homemade hair masks made with crushed avocado, ripe banana and two tablespoons of honey.
- Avoid heat-drying or styling hair when it‘s unnecessary.
- Update your skincare routine as you age.
- Use a lighter moisturiser in the summer, and a heavier one in the winter.
- Don’t forget to catch your beauty sleep!