Style Sabrina Carpenter on DIY Facials, Soap Brows, and Perfectly Precise Eyeliner
Attention: Make-up trends that no one wears anymore
What may have been a beauty hit at the beginning of the year has now become anything but current © istockphoto We decided to do so istockphoto Many beauty hypes go so quickly how they come. The trend can still be seen everywhere and it is out again. This happened particularly often this year. Luckily, we say goodbye to these makeup trends: 1.
“Oh goodness gracious! Where do we begin?”says with a smile as she surveys her beauty arsenal. Today, the 21-year-old singer and actress is taking Vogue through her above-the-neck routine, which begins every morning not with a three-figure cream or but rather, simply, with : “To wake up my skin and get the blood plumping and flowing, I like to do a little ice cube facial,” she says of her loyal DIY hack, which can be put to use anytime and anywhere.
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“I started to get really into skin care when I was 15,” the star of the upcoming Netflix film Work It explains, recalling a particularly traumatic allergic reaction to a metal-laced foundation that left her with. “Ever since then, it’s been so therapeutic to be able to have a routine,” she adds, calling out products such as a dewy sheet mask by Dr. Jart; Renée Rouleau’s blemish-control cleanser (“’cause she’s a young woman with hormones that are raging”); an uplifting peppermint essential oil rolled onto the back of her neck and wrists; and Sol de Janeiro’s sweetly scented Brazilian Bum Bum Cream. “You’re supposed to put it on your butt, but I like to apply it on my neck,” she says. “It smells like heaven.”
“There’s been days where I don’t have much to do and I'll just come down to the kitchen with a full face of makeup...just to feel alive today,” Carpenter, who’s beenat home with her mom, says as she dips into her cosmetic case, which, she notes, has changed “a lot” over the years since she first started painting her face for dance recitals as a child. “All it takes is a quick Google search to find some of my most poorly made choices in life on the red carpet, and a lot of them happened when I wanted to be more experimental with, like, a purple smokey eye….” Now, after mixing Tom Ford’s foundation stick with Clé de Peau’s cream foundation—“these are just big girl crayons,” she quips—she prefers brushed up arches courtesy of brow soap and a perfectly precise cat eye.
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She also gives extra attention to her pout, which she exfoliates with a toothbrush and amplifies with bronzer brushed over the edges of her lips. “It makes it look a little fuller,” she says of her pro trick, which she follows up with both liner and lipstick—but hardly ever gloss. “I’m the type of singer who likes to eat their microphone,” she says with a laugh before adding, “I’ve learned my lesson and stick with matte products that I know are going to stay still.” After spritzing on Margiela’s By the Fireplace eau de parfum and letting her hair down, Carpenter is all ready: “It’s a great look for a night on the town… which,” she continues, “I’m not going to be doing anytime soon.”
Above, watch Sabrina Carpenter reveal her best beauty secrets.
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