Laura Whitmore’s “secret weapon” is tinted moisturiser, and although she prefers to be bare-faced she feels she needs to apply some beauty products to make her feel “comfortable”.
Laura Whitmore’s “secret weapon” is tinted moisturiser.
The 31-year-old presenter has admitted she doesn’t like to wear any cosmetic products during the day time, although she feels she has to wear some form of coverage on her face and relies on Laura Mercier’s Illuminating Tinted Moisturiser to make her feel “more comfortable”.
Speaking about her beauty hacks to Byrdie.co.uk, the blonde beauty said: “We are told to love the skin we’re in, but sometimes this skin needs a little help. I’ve dealt with everything from breakouts to spider bites, and giving your skin a little boost, especially during the summer months, can make you feel a little more confident.
“I don’t like wearing a lot of makeup during the day, but I feel more comfortable with a little somethin somethin. This tinted moisturiser [Laura Mercier] is my secret weapon! A perfect blend of skincare and makeup, it hydrates skin with barely-there colour for a luminous radiant glow. The lightweight formula provides ideal protection with SPF 20 sunscreen in it!
“I’m a pasty Irish chick.”
And the Irish television personality – who previously hosted the spin-off series ‘I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here! NOW!’ – has revealed she “rarely” gets a facial because they are too costly and she doesn’t have time to fit the luxury treatment into her busy schedule, although she makes time for an occasional face mask once a week.
She explained: “I very rarely get facials–it’s expensive and time-consuming. So I try to use a face mask about once a week (though realistically this ends up being once a month sometimes). This [Murad] Clarifying Mask deeply cleanses skin with a unique combination of clays that draw out impurities and absorb excess oil, leaving skin looking beautifully soft, smooth and shine-free. It’s perfect to use about three days before a big event so you get a healthy glow.”
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