WELLA Fusion Intense Repair Mask, $32; salonstyle.com.au
I’m careful with heat tools, because I want the S-bend without the damage. Dyson’s Corrale is a game-changer because the copper plates capture the strands and allow you to style hair quickly at a lower heat, which ensures it feels strong and really shines.
DYSON Corrale Hair Straightener, $699; dyson.com.au
I’m 54 now and see a dermatologist [Dr Van Park] regularly. I get skin tags zapped (which are an annoying part of ageing), a little botox between my eyebrows and advice on how to care for my skin. For me, it’s just like going to a hairstylist.
Now that my kids are grown-up, I have time for my skin. In the morning, I apply a Cosmedix cleanser with a Foreo cleansing brush, and at night I massage Chanel’s Huile de Jasmin face oil into my skin with a gua sha amethyst tool. I also love the facials at ONDA.
FOREO Luna 3, $299; foreo.com.au
When you’re older, make-up needs to be hydrating, so I use Chanel foundation and blend with a big Laura Mercier brush. Then I add colour – I have more fun with it now than I ever did when I was younger.
CHANEL Ultra Le Teint Velvet foundation, $78; myer.com.au
I'm a freak for lipstick. I’ve got lilacs, pinks, orange and so many shades of red. My favourites are always from Gucci Beauty or Charlotte Tilbury.
GUCCI BEAUTY Rouge à Lèvres Satin Lipstick in Vantine Fuchsia, $57; gucci.com/au
I don't like wearing a perfume, so I add scent to my hair. I go with Jo Malone’s Pomegranate Noir occasionally, but mostly I rub in bergamot or orange essential oils from the health food store. There’s always one knocking around in my bag.
JO MALONE LONDON Pomegranate Noir Cologne 50ml, $140; jomalone.com.au
This article originally appeared in the October 2020 issue of marie claire.