Sticking to a proper skincare regime, like the one used by Korean celebs, helps skin acclimatize. As celebrity aesthetician, Mila Moursi told Refinery29, “Beauty is not just one step — it’s steps that work in synergy with one another.”
Cate Blanchett’s known for having a strict skincare regime (rumours have it that she uses a sheet mask everyday!) and it definitely shows. Her skin is so luminous!
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They Cleanse (and double cleanse) Properly
Wearing and experimenting with new makeup trends can be so much fun but it’s important to remove every last trace of makeup, dirt and grime from your face every night.
Korean celebs love to use an oil cleanser to remove makeup first before washing with their favourite cleanser, followed by a strict skincare regime.
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They Think Preventive
By now, you should know the habits of your skin.
If you break out just before your period or get dehydrated after a night of partying with the girls, perhaps it’s time you think preventive.
Model Daisy Clementine Smith drinks a gallon of water a day to flush out toxins and give her skin clarity so as to not break out during stressful periods.
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They Let Their Skin Breathe
Model Paige Reifler is a firm believer that perfect skin can be achieved if you let your skin breath once in a while. That means, going without makeup on the weekends!
“Drink plenty of water, try to de-stress, wear as little makeup as necessary. Let your skin breath, wash every day and don’t use too many products,” she tells Teen Vogue.
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They Load Up On Sun Protection
Nicole Kidman’s skin is testament to how important loading up on sun protection is. Remember to reapply every two hours if you’re out under the sun a lot.