We know there’s a lot more to looking as beautiful as the women on this list than drinking plenty of water (though that is a habit many of them swear by). And while our budget may not allow for bimonthly facials and some of the more extravagant beauty practices below, we can certainly afford to adopt a few of these habits in our quest for great skin and hair.
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>Olivia Culpo aways eats her veggies. To keep her skin acne-free, Culpo fills up on greens and avoids dairy. Cutting out sugar- and dairy-laden ice cream, which is difficult for the body to digest, helped clear her cystic breakouts.
Moss massages her face oil in to stimulate lymphatic drainage. She says it’s like getting a “natural face-lift.”
Lively protects the ends of her with hair with mayonnaise when she shampoos to prevent stripping and drying.
The supermodel mixes a drop or two of face oil into a rich night cream in the winter for an added boost of hydration.
The Victoria's Secret Angel starts each morning with a splash of extremely cold water to depuff her "morning face" and energize her skin. (Kate Moss does this, too, but she goes for a full submerge in ice water.)
Erin Heatherton tries to keep things simple. She avoids overloading on products, as this can irritate skin. A couple days a week, she opts to simply rinse her face with warm water.
This mogul doesn't fool around with her makeup routine. She’s perfected the six-minute application—she knows what she needs and uses only the essentials.
Sims eats her way to glowing skin with antioxidants, goji berries, and flaxseed, plus a big scoop of this in her morning smoothie.
The Dutch beauty puts coconut oil in her hair and leaves it there for an entire day. She says it doesn't look great that day, but once you wash it out, you've got silky-smooth locks. (Candice Swanepoel swears by this trick too.)
The actress knows which colours work for her and which don't. Since "not everyone can pile on the bronzer," fair-skinned King uses shimmery peach and pink shades to create the golden goddess look.
This ageless beauty knows that glow starts with skincare. Every makeup application starts with a lightweight, oil-infused moisturiser and a light-diffusing skin perfector.
The reality star–turned–fashion designer takes days off from heat styling. She says it's important to sprinkle easy hairstyles, like low ponies and braids, in between your curling iron days.
Which of these habits will you pick up? Tell us below!