Rebecca Judd’s 7 Beauty Rules

The products she can't live without

Rebecca Judd, TV host, author and model, shares her beauty fixes and how she juggles her hair and make-up routine on the run. 

When it comes to my hair, I’m pretty low-maintenance. I get a colour and trim every six weeks and after I wash my hair, I tong it into loose waves. I usually get about four days out of my hair before I need to wash it again. I spray Klorane Dry Shampoo [Judd is the brand’s ambassador] on the roots every morning to absorb the oil. I re-tong the front if I need to. My hair actually looks its best about two or three days after my last wash. When I’m off duty, I simply tie my hair into a topknot or high pony. Easy. 

Klorane Dry Shampoo
“Klorane Dry Shampoo with Nettle Tinted for Brown to Dark Hair [$15.95] adds extra hold and volume to my hair.”

I use medical-grade cosmeceutical skincare, The Skincare Company [which Judd is brand ambassador for]. It has lots of active ingredients in a range of serums.

The Skincare Company Concealer
The Face by The Skincare Company Mineral Photo Touch Concealer in Warm Honey, $45

My number one beauty tip is always use sunscreen and never tan your face.

My favourite evening make-up look is smoky chocolate eyes, loads of lashes, bronzed cheeks with peach on the apples, a nudey-peach lip colour and a glowy highlighter like Becca’s on cheekbones.

Becca Bronzer
Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Liquid Highlighter in Opal, $66

During the day, I use concealer and mineral powder foundation by The Face by The Skincare Company.

The Skincare Company
The Face by The Skincare Company Baked Bronzing Powder in Maldives, $59

I’ll use an eyebrow pencil in blonde (I go light so it’s not as obvious that you’ve drawn your eyebrows on) and a bronzer to add a bit of colour. It’s a great, quick day face. I’ll spray some Chloé Eau de Parfum too. It’s so fresh.

Chloé EDP, $140 for 50ml

I always have Lanolips lip balm in my make-up bag.

Lanolips 101 Ointment Multi-Balm in Coconutter, $14.95

I have four kids, so I’m more of a DIY kinda girl. But I do get Spray Aus spray tans for events, as they come to my home. I don’t do a lot to unwind either, but I do like to burn Diptyque candles in Baies.

Diptyque Baies Candle
Diptyque Baies Candle, $81

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