I don't know about you, but my skin is definitely in need of some tips for rehydration and replenishment, so I can definitely to learn a thing or two from Olivia Palermo's skin and beauty secrets. It's indisputable that the beautiful actress has flawless skin because even with her super natural no-makeup makeup look, her skin is absolutely radiant. For her everyday look she loves to go with a, "matte foundation and a little bit of light contour, with a nude lip and smoky eyes," she tells Byrdie.com. But the secret behind her flawless makeup application is that she takes great care of her skin.
Not only does she, "stay out of the sun, drink lots of water, and find creams that work best on [her]," but she also, "eat[s] lots of berries," because "they’re full of antioxidants." The main skin products that she uses are Dr. Dennis Gross' Face Cleanser, SK-II Facial Treatment Masks and La Mer's The Body Crème. But Palermo advises not to "be afraid to test products!" I've heard that the Dr. Dennis Face Cleanser does a great job at removing even the most stubborn waterproof mascaras while leaving you with ultra smooth and soft skin. I'm really going to have to try out — especially if I want to achieve that Palermo complexion.
Check out all these moments when her skin was simply perf:
1. When her skin looked smoother than flower petals
Looks like those peonies could use some Dr. Dennis Gross Face Cleanser when they're put in comparison against Olivia's skin.
2. When she went with a minimalistic makeup look
Does she even need a matte foundation? I'm sure her skin would still look baby soft without it.
3. When she didn't need photoshop
I'm sure the photo editor of ELLE Vietnam barely had to do any touchups on her face.
4. When her skin looked better in person than on the cover of Lucky
She looks gorgeous in her natural makeup look.
5. When she got this close-up taken
Her skin is like the perfect balance of dewy-healthy and smooth.
Needless to say, Olivia Palermo should be everyone's skin goals.
Images: oliviapalermo/Instagram (3), Getty (2)