When you’re professionally good-looking, you learn a thing or two about preserving your looks and looking your best in the blink of an eye. Not only are you surrounded by top industry talent bestowing all their tenured knowledge upon you, you are also at the forefront of beauty innovation, constantly sampling and promoting new developments in the cosmetics industry. Wedding Affair brings to you beauty secrets you should steal from supermodels.
We are not totally sure if this has been scientifically verified, but the good old fashioned boxing warm-up of jumping rope keeps your face taut, according to supermodel Naomi Campbell. “The rope is great for your face; you lose a lot on your face when you do the rope.”
Muscles that don’t get worked out tend to loosen up over the years, especially the ones running down your face to your chest, aka your neck. But not on Cindy Crawford’s watch: she’s been keeping her neck in check for decades now. “Over 20 years ago, I saw a woman doing exercises for her neck. She explained that if you keep those muscles toned, it helps preserve the line of your jaw.”
A true mascara savant, Jourdan Dunn has a couple of tricks to get the maximum bang for your mascara buck. She recommends taking a credit card and holding it behind your lashes as you apply your mascara. As you push against the credit card with your mascara wand it will come off thicker and more potent. Still not thick enough? Let your mascara dry between coats.
Sara Sampaio is just one of many models who swear by essential oils. A major part of her skin care regimen is cleansing, serum and an oil. “People really dry out their skin and they don’t realize your skin needs oil to glow,” she says. In addition to her daily use of oils, Sara splurges on SK-II masks that have a popular fan following due to their ability to effectively tone and moisturize skin.