We know these celebs can shut down any red carpet with a full glam. But underneath all the makeup, skincare can actually be a lot of work.
We've compiled every secret we could find from stars like Halle Berry to Gabrielle Union to reveal how they manage to keep their natural glow poppin'.
Serena Williams took to Instagram to share her very rigorious skincare routine. It included a DMH Aesthetics LED Light Shield ($189) from the famed Beverly Hills spa, retinol eye creams, korean sheet masks, facial spray, and Dr. Barbara Sturm's Darker Skin Tone range, opting for the $350 Super Anti-Aging Serum and $75 Enzyme face cleanser. Her last step is a $410 Replenish & Restore Placenta & Stem Cell Night Recovery Mask, which contains placenta and stem cells. The entire regimen costs around $1,600!
In the video Serena says, "So I am trying this super anti-aging serum because maybe it will make me move faster and be younger on the court, so I'm going to try that and I'm also trying this retinol serum," she continues, "I'm a beauty freak, anyone who wants to send me masks, go ahead."
Although the singer doesn't use a cleanser or doesn't believe in facial tools, she's a big fan of Hanacure. She says, "I felt my pores get tighter, it was nuts. It’s really ill."
Describing her beauty regime as “painfully simple," the Being Mary Jane star and Neutrogena spokesperson uses the brand’s Pink Grapefruit Facial Cleanser with salicylic acid to keep breakouts at bay.
The Glee star spreads May Lindstrom Skin Radiance Oil on her body and Proactiv's anti-acne system on her skin to keep it smooth and blemish-free.
It’s no secret: Kerry Washington has one of the most coveted complexions in the country. How does she pull it off? She exfoliates nightly using Epicuren Discovery Moisture Surge Hyaluronic Acid Gel to keep her skin tone even.
The CoverGirl spokesperson counts on the line’s Lash Blast Volumizing Mascara to accent her gorgeous, almond-shaped eyes and LipPerfection Lip Color in Hot for her signature scarlet pout.
The Oscar-winning, recently-married actress adds ground coffee to her body wash to help fight cellulite. Along with getting you through a rough morning, caffeine has been said to reduce cellulite appearance and draw out toxins from the skin.
The reality TV star keeps it simple, telling Seventeen that she uses Neutrogena makeup wipes every night to quickly remove make-up and keep her pores clear.
Actress Tika Sumpter raves about Keri Original Body Lotion for her face and body. “This is such a simple formula and there are no harsh chemicals in it,” she says.
Reid might still be a teen, but good skincare starts early. She keeps her skin in check with assistance from LA based esthetician, Sonya Dakar.
Giselle Soto is responsible for the eyebrows of basically anyone young and hot in Black Hollywood. Normani will fly Soto out to do her brows no matter where she is. Jordyn Woods, Ming and Aoki Lee Simmons and Ryan Destiny have all caught on as well.
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