- Stella McCartney
Stella McCartney’s Purifying Foaming Cleanser for a gentle wash each day.
- Intelligent Nutrients
Intelligent Nutrients products which are all organic. The Anti-Aging Serum ($60), and the Anti-Aging Mist ($35) work in conjunction to eliminate signs of aging and make skin look luminous.
- Sonya Dakar
My LA facialist, Sonya Dakar, has an eco-friendly group of anti-aging products called Neutrasphere that I find really works.
Chanel’s Ecriture Automatic Liquid Eyeliner ($34) and Soleil Tan ($48) as a Bronzer.
- Estee Lauder
Estee Lauder’s TurboLash Mascara ($32) has a brush that actually vibrates to curl and give lashes volume and length.
I’ve been using Kiehl’s #1 lip balm forever. It’s permanently in my handbag.
Rodin’s Olio Lusso ($170): This all-natural moisturizing oil leaves skin looking radiant. It has a subtle lovely fresh scent, too.
In the winter, when my skin gets especially dry, I use a combination of products from Skinceuticals. A few drops of Hydrating B5 Gel ($67) goes a long way in helping to keep my skin fully moisturized. I use this along with their A.G.E Interrupter ($150) which fights wrinkles and C E Ferulic ($142), their anti-oxidant, after washing my face, neck and chest.
- Tom Ford
I like to use bright lipstick when all the rest of my makeup is minimal. A few months ago, I found the most gorgeous and sleek box set of Tom Ford lipstick. From his line of makeup, these lipsticks come in 12 essential colors. The set can be purchased in Neiman Marcus and Saks in the US and at Selfridges in the UK (after August 1st).
- Laura Mercier
Laura Mercier’s Undercover Pot ($34), I find, is the ultimate blemish and under-eye circle cover-up. It comes in a pot with a 3 product combo that you can mix up to hide blemishes.
For Blush, I stick with Stila’s Convertible Color ($25) which gives a nice glow.
- Bobbi Brown
Bobbi Brown’s Tinted Moisturizing Balm ($50) is the perfect foundation with SPF 25 as a major plus. The Everything Mascara ($22) is also one of my everyday essentials.