Model Beauty Tips: How I Get Glowing Skin

ruth crillyThis video has been my most-requested so far. Everyone wants healthy, radiant and glowing skin and so I’ve pulled together a collection of skincare and makeup products that I use on a regular basis. Some of them are quite dear, so sorry about that! I’ll be filming a more budget-friendly version very soon, but this takes a while longer as they are products that I need to test vigorously before recommending! Apart from the ‘glowy’ products used in the video, I’m just wearing a slick of mascara. Which just goes to show how well-prepped, radiant skin can be all the ‘look’ you need…

Shopping List, if you dare to look, is below the video pane!

Shopping List

NuBo Diamond Peel and Reveal, £65 from Harrods.

iconGlamGlow Mud Mask, £69 from Victoria Health.

Liz Earle Brightening Treatment, £13 for 50ml starter kit.

Dermalogica Multivitamin Power Recovery Masque, RRP £33 or £24.99 from lookfantastic.com.

REN Vita-Mineral Day Cream, £25 from Selfridges

OSKIA Get up & glow, £64.50 from Zuneta.

icon Sisley Radiance Immediate lift, £123 (YIKES!) from Selfridges

Shine Illuminator in ‘Nude’, £35 from http://www.cosmeticsalacarte.com/about/whatshot.html (it’s hard to find without this link I think!).

Urban Decay Brightening Primer Potion, £14.40 from lookfantastic.com (£18 elsewhere!).

Laura Mercier Illuminating Tinted Moisturiser (Natural Glow), £32 from Liberty.

Clarins Skin Illusion Foundation in ‘Nude, 105’, £24 from House of Fraser.

Rodial Glamtox Eyelight Pen, £35.90 from ASOS.

MAC Grand Entrance Frost Shadow, discontinued but available in the MAC ‘Look in a Box’ Girl Next Door.

Becca Eye Tint in Vicuna, £20.

Skin Glow, £10 from Topshop.

St Tropez Skin Illuminator, £15.35 from ASOS.

Becca Pearl Skin Perfector, £32 from Zuneta.

iconDaly Illuminating Face Balm, £11.50 from Marks and Spencers.

Sisley Phyto-Touche Mat Sun Glow Gel, £48.50 from House of Fraser.

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