When it comes to classic pairings (I'm talking tea and biscuits or boots and dresses), I'd argue that celebrities and glowing skin are pretty high on the power-couple scale. Let's face it—you rarely see an A-lister step foot outside the house without a majorly luminous complexion to boot. But without access to the best facialists in the business, is it actually possible for us regular folk to create a celebrity level of glow at home? Turns out, yes. Yes, it is, thanks in huge part to Sienna Miller's makeup artist Wendy Rowe spilling the beans on the exact products that she uses to create Sienna's signature glow.
For me, Sienna has always been a huge hair muse, but it's only recently that I've started noticing how incredibly radiant her complexion is too. Last weekend, she stepped out with her skin looking next-level glowy as she took to the red carpet for the premiere of her new film American Woman. Celebrity makeup artist Wendy Rowe took to Instagram after the event to reveal how she created the look. Her advice? "To get great makeup, you need to start with great skin prep."
And there's one brand in particular that holds the key to Sienna's glowing skin: Pai Skincare. "I've loved using Pai Skincare with Sienna," said Rowe. "It's natural, certified organic, vegan and cruelty-free." This all means you don't have to rely on harsh acids or dermatology-standard facials in your quest for luminosity.
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Cleansing is the most important part of any skincare routine, and it's this gentle cream cleanser that Rowe used to remove dirt and grime from Sienna's skin before layering on the more glow-boosting products. Wipe away the cleanser using the cloth to gently remove dead skin cells and bring the fresh, bright skin to the surface for added radiance.
Finally, the step that often gets forgotten about when prepping skin for glow is eye cream. "I never forget to use eye cream, and I've been loving using this one," said Rowe. It does a great job at diminishing dark circles, which can cause even the brightest of complexions to look lacklustre.