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Celebrity-Inspired Beauty Tips

Interested to know what gets celebs looking red carpet ready? Have a look at these achievable beauty tips that can inspire your wellness regime.

Celebrity-Inspired Beauty Tips

Let's be honest. Who isn't curious about the beauty secrets of celebrities?  Yes, they may have a team of glam experts on their side, but many have also developed routines that keep their skin looking flawless. 

We're here to share some beauty tips inspired by the people who are always in the spotlight! If you're interested in mixing up your routine, adding a new ingredient to your beauty box, or investing in a product that will change your life (and your pores), keep reading.

Be yourself and choose products you believe in! 

Many celebrities have tried a variety of products to find what works for their unique look. And we all want to know what they are using! Whether they love bright red lips, show-stopping mascara, or soft lipgloss for a casual day at home, each person eventually settles on their go-to products. 

There is a lot of focus on products that are 100% vegan and cruelty-free. For celebrities, using a product means endorsing the brand. Many of our famed friends choose a brand that is in line with their personal beliefs and conscious health habits. We can certainly learn from this by researching products and supporting ethical brands. There are companies that support charities with product sales, so you have the ability to make an impact with your beauty product choices.

Avoid touching your face — unless you're doing facial yoga!

Face yoga involves facial movements and massage that strengthens muscles, tightens the skin, and stimulates the lymphatic system of the face. It's a way to "sculpt your face from the inside out." Always make sure your hands are clean and incorporate facial yoga into your routine. Many celebs use facial rollers to contour their face and flush out toxins. 

For the rest of the day, avoid touching your face. It's a tough habit to break but worth it if you want flawless skin. Touching your face throughout the day with uncleaned hands spreads bacteria, oil, and dirt, leading to breakouts and clogged pores.

Trust age-old facemask recipes

Even celebs mix up DIY facemasks.

Ubtan is an Indian face mask made with natural ingredients for all skin types, not just for the Bollywood beauties. The face mask reduces the appearance of aging marks, can calm damage from the sun, and has anti-inflammatory properties to reduce flareups. 


  • two tablespoons whole wheat or chickpea flour
  • pinch turmeric
  • a few drops of lime juice 
  • one tablespoon full-fat yogurt
  • a few drops of rose water

Create a paste with the ingredients. Leave on your skin for 15-20 minutes before rinsing. 

When life is busy, seizing the moment for some skincare is often more attainable than having a dedicated evening to pamper yourself. In these times, having some DIY mask recipes that include kitchen staples will tick the box for those who are frugal at heart. Home ingredients are cheap, and you can whip them up in minutes. 

Embrace what nature has to offer 

We love a good beauty product, but sometimes grocery staples can also be a part of your beauty routine. Herbal and natural remedies have been used for centuries and can still work wonders.

  • Water water water! Yes, you know it! One of the most significant sources of Mother Earth can cleanse your skin and body. Drinking water daily helps your skin to remain elastic and hydrated from the inside. Water also cleanses impurities from our bodies and can affect your face and overall skin health.
  • Aloe vera waterhelps banish spots and breakouts. 
  • Use lemon juice and apple cider vinegar to lighten your complexion and combat problem skin or large pores. 
  • Exfoliate with rice flour. Rice flour is coarse enough for a gentle exfoliating without feeling like you're scraping your pores off. Add a touch of turmeric or cinnamon for antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. 
  • Use freshly brewed green tea as a toner for oily skin. Green tea has natural anti-inflammatory, anti-carcinogenic, and antioxidant properties.

Give your skin a day off

While you may have been sitting makeup-free for the past year thanks to the pandemic, as the world gets back to work, it's good to take a break from glamorous warpaint and give the largest organ in your body a day off. Some celebrities rock bare faces by giving their skin a much-needed break from heavy makeup. 

You need to let your pores breathe. Even celebs who wear a lot of makeup have a bare day and prioritize cleaning the skin while traveling. Use facial wipes and mild cleaners as convenient, on-the-go makeup removers. 

Whether you choose to permanently go au natural or skip the foundation from time to time, it may be a good idea to give your face some breathing room and allow it to replenish its natural moisture level. Just remember to cleanse and moisturize.

Ready for action? Get those eyes popping!

When it comes to looking glamorous, the stars always seem to have perfectly pouty lips and eyes that sparkle. Even if you keep it simple with foundation and your contouring skills are non-existent, giving your eyes a smoky mood or a defined cat-eye can be just what you need to feel ready for an outing. Find something you're comfortable applying within minutes, be it a long-wear eye pencil or a gel liner.

Finding Inspiration From Celebrity Beauty Tips 

There is no single practice that will leave you glowing. Most celebs will vouch for a combination of exercise, great sleep, a healthy diet, unique therapy sessions, and a steady beauty regime. Whether it takes you five minutes or twenty, you need to find what works for you. It's easy to lose interest in a quick fad, but if you find a routine and products that can quickly become a habit, then you're in for a lifetime of healthy skin.