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That ubiquitous glow that all our favourite celebrities have is something all women crave. From Jennifer Lopez and Cate Blanchett to Halle Berry and Naomi Watts, film stars simply glow both on and off the red carpet. I’m not going to kid you, it takes some serious dedication to get beautiful skin. But, even if you are not naturally blessed with glowing skin, there are plenty of things you can do to get that film star sheen. Hollywood and beyond is home to an incredible array of skin and makeup professionals who will work your skin into a luminous glow. So much so, that you’ll want to move them in. There will be lifestyle habits you need to change, healthy eating plans you need to adopt, and a few makeup tricks to learn along the way. Want that film star glow? Read on to discover how to get the ultimate in luminosity.

 

You are What You Eat And Drink

 

You’re going to hate me for bringing up a cliché, but it is true. What you put into your body reflects on the outside. Celebrities make it paramount to adopt a seriously strict health and wellness regime. If you haven’t got paparazzi hanging outside your door 24/7 you can have a less tight leash. But do keep in mind that healthy eating and drinking is beneficial to your skin. Don’t believe me? Try drinking the recommended eight glass of water for two weeks and you will notice a difference. Dehydration causes dry skin, brittle nails and dry hair. Drinking more water will plump up your skin and get you on the way to that healthy glow. Hydrating your skin will improve its elasticity and delay the signs of wrinkles. You also want to be eating water-rich foods such as watermelon, cucumber and pineapple. Raw fruits such as these are anti-ageing, anti-inflammatory and will cleanse your skin. Pineapple offers antioxidant benefits and a nice dose of vitamin C to help prevent radicals and get your skin glowing. Watermelon, which is made up of up to 92% water, boosts your immune system and gives you a glow. Starting to make sense?   

 

Maintenance Programmes

 

But the quest for youthful skin isn’t just about your diet. As the years start creeping up, age or skin management programmes are often a great way to maintain your healthy glow. Cenegenics is an age management programme you may want to join. Cenegenics uses the latest technology to develop a personalised medical regime tailored to your needs. Another one to look out for is Jan Marini who provide a science-based skin care system that will improve wrinkles and fine lines. Their products contain concentrated retinol, antioxidants and resurfacing agents. And Chris James Mind Body recommend their 12 Day Cleanse for a healthier, slimmer radiant ‘you’.

 

Superstar Skin Care

 

Film stars have access to all the latest technology and skincare secrets. It’s worth investing in a recommended skincare brand if you want to see glowing results. Skincare expert Sarah Chapman is one of London’s best kept secrets. If you can’t make it across the pond, Chapman has a fantastic collection of products available to buy online. Her famous clients include Queen Rania of Jordan and Naomi Watts. Those are some great recommendations! Her signature Skinesis range includes the multi-award winning Overnight Facial. This incredible lightweight serum lifts and firms skin for a plump, glowing effect. This powerful potion is likened to a facial in a bottle and is a must-have for that dreamy luminous glow. New York celebrity skincare expert Joana Vargas tends to the skin of Rachel Weisz, Julianne Moore and Naomi Watts. Joana Vargas is one of the best day spas in NYC. She maintains that good nutrition and organic products are key to achieving superstar skin. Her microcurrent facial lifts, firms and reduces wrinkles. And her oxygen facial hydrates and nourishes skin, revealing a super healthy glow. Her bespoke facials are a must for film star luminosity.

 

Magic Makeup Tricks

 

What other talents do celebrities have up their sleeves? Magic makeup tricks, of course! Why not fake it ‘til you make it? Privy to all the best makeup artists in the world, film stars have learnt all the tricks of the trade. Eyebrow queen Anastasia Soare is the owner of the iconic brand, Anastasia Beverly Hills. Her brand is loved by celebrities including Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez and Victoria Beckham. Anastasia Beverly Hills is one of the most sought-after collections of makeup in Hollywood. The Glow Kit Highlighter Palettes work with every skin tone to create a red carpet sheen that takes years off your skin. Once you’ve mastered bronzing, highlighting and gleaming, you’ll never look back. Also, her legendary eyebrow kits will transform your face and give you the A-List look. Anastasia Beverly Hills Instagram account is the perfect way to learn the tricks of the trade. British make-up artist Charlotte Tilbury has a loyal list of celebrity fans. Advocates of her brand include Kate Moss, Cindy Crawford, Amal Clooney and Sienna Miller. Her K.I.S.S.I.N.G lipsticks offer nourishing buildable colour for the perfect youthful pout.  Her signature skincare collection includes the revolutionary youth-boosting Magic Night Cream. This super skincare cream has already been endorsed by many top facialists.

Get That Film Star Glow: Industry Tricks To Make Your Skin Shine

Get That Film Star Glow: Industry Tricks To Make Your Skin Shine

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Vampire Facelift

 

Last on our list of ways to get the superstar glow, is the vampire facelift. Don’t worry; the process isn’t as ‘True Blood’ as it sounds! Celebrity fans include Kim Kardashian, Bar Rafaeli and Anna Friel and they seem to have survived the process. This cutting-edge facial rejuvenation treatment requires vials of your own blood to be taken from your arm and then injected back into your face. The procedure is said to boost collagen and deliver a smooth and youthful glow. It takes about 45 minutes to conduct the treatment with three sessions needed every four weeks and then once a year for maintenance. If you’re serious about the superstar glow, it may be time to consider going over to the dark side.