The style icon reveals her all-time favourite skincare heroes, her love of a weekly mani and why Mum always know best...
Talk us through your skincare regime…
My skincare is always the same regardless of whether I have anywhere to be or not – I’ve gone to see my dermatologist Dr. Dennis Gross since I was 14 years old so I swear by his skincare products. My favourites are the All-In-One Cleanser With Toner and the Hyaluronic Moisture Cushion. If I need more of a deep cleanse, I’m faithful to my Clarisonic, which helps to clear out any dead cells, and remove dirt and grime.
How long does it take you to get ready in the morning?
I would never just wake up and run out of the house. Before I go anywhere, I leave myself at least an hour, to an hour and a half to get ready. I’m very diligent with my beauty. I learned that from my mother. She looks about 20 years younger than her age and always taught me that getting ready in the morning is precious time to yourself. My everyday make-up look is a smoky eye – I use a soft brown by Bobbi Brown – and a pink lip like Pillow Talk by Charlotte Tilbury. I usually pluck my brows myself, use Charlotte Tilbury’s Rita Brow Lift to fill in sparse areas, then finish off with a clear brow gel.
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Is your skincare regime different at night?
No matter how tired I am or how far I’ve travelled, I would never fall asleep with my make-up on. I’ve discovered that the easiest way to take off eye make-up – even tricky waterproof stuff – is with simple products like Bioderma Sensibio H20 Micelle Solution and a bit of Vaseline. For a boost of night-time hydration, I love Sisley’s Black Rose Precious Face Oil. Sisley’s Black Rose Skin Infusion Cream is key after a flight, too.
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What is your go-to hairstyle?
A chic low bun or a tousled wave are my signature styles. A bun is very demure and easy to create. All you need is some Elnett hairspray and bobby pins – I always keep them and a comb in my bag for touch-ups. If I’m styling my own hair, Hershesons Ionic Professional hairdryer is the best – it’s powerful but easy to control. For the soft bend of a tousled wave, I use a flat iron and spritz in Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray.
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What do you do to keep fit?
When I’m at home, I start every morning with an invigorating workout. I train with my personal trainer Tracey Anderson, about five times a week. We mainly do body sculpting, using your own body weight to work out with boxes and mats. It’s the best way to get lean. The workouts were pretty intense. Depending on how sore I am, I often try to have a massage or combine it with acupuncture to relieve tension and pressure. Plus it’s one of the best ways to relax. I’ve been doing Bikram yoga since I was 18 too and also do FlyBarre, which is really fun.