GARNIER Organics Cornflower Micellar Water, $14.95; chemistwarehouse.com.au
I prefer natural and sustainably sourced scents. Sometimes I’ll opt for essential oils, like grapefruit, sweet orange and jasmine. They remind me of the ocean, summer and being outside.
The best skin tip I’ve picked up on set is: prep, prep, prep! For me, that means always drink plenty of water and moisturise before applying makeup.
I love microdermabrasion. I try to have a treatment once a month to remove dead cells. It has really helped my dry skin feel so much healthier. Spritzing with an Argan-based mist throughout the day helps too.
GARNIER Organics Argan Nourishing Mist, $13.95; chemistwarehouse.com.au
Most days, I am a makeup minimalist. I’ll put on a light layer
of vegan-friendly foundation with spf, a dusting of bronzer, my Ere Perez mascara, and if I need a pop of colour, I’ll finish with a little of Luma cream blush on the apples of my cheeks.
BAREMINERALS Complexion Rescue Tinted Hydrating Gel Cream, $53; mecca.com.au
ERE PEREZ Avocado Waterproof Mascara, $34; ereperez.com
LUMA Just A Touch Lip & Cheek Tint in Lady Luck, $29.95; lumabeauty.com
Before I shop, I always do my homework. I try to buy brands that are vegan, not tested on animals, sustainably sourced and with minimal, recyclable or compostable packaging. It can be difficult sometimes, but researching a brand before purchasing now just feels normal.
Hair moisturiser has saved my strands. Since using Garnier’s Banana Hair Food, it’s so much stronger. And the scent reminds me of all those tropical holidays we can’t take right now. If I forget to pack it, I cover my hair in coconut oil instead.
GARNIER Fructis Hair Food in Nourishing Banana, $11.95; chemistwarehouse.com.au
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This article originally appeared in the November 2020 issue of marie claire.