11:01 pm - 06/29/2014

10 (5) Supermodels Reveal Their Must-Have Beauty Products

Candice Swanepoel
“I leave a vanity bag always packed with my favorite stuff so it's ready to go when I travel. I have my products that I always need: my face wash, toner, moisturizer, sunscreen and body oil — I love Bio-Oil,” notes Candice.

Adriana Lima
"I use Linda Rodin oil for my face. It doesn’t clog your pores and it’s great for moisturizing. I know Linda personally. She’s about 60 years old and the most beautiful woman I’ve ever seen in my life! Her skin is just gorgeous,” exclaims Adriana.

Gisele Bündchen
“My complexion is delicate, so I have to use things that won't irritate it. I switch moisturizers often, but I'm faithful to the way I take off my makeup: Lancôme's pink foaming cleanser on my face and Victoria's Secret Total remover for my eyes. They're both gentle,” explains Gisele.

Alessandra Ambrosio
“I use Joanna Vargas’ Exfoliating Mask ($75): you rub it in like a scrub, but leave it on like a mask,” she says. The model follows the mask with her normal routine of Clarins’ Toning Lotion With Camomille ($23) and Joanna Vargas’ Daily Hydrating Cream ($75). “It’s my pre-show beauty secret,” says Alessandra.

Caroline Trentini
“Egyptian Magic – It really has the right name because it is truly magic. It cures everything from sunburns to chapped lips, anything. When you have really beautiful skin, that’s all that matters, so I protect it from the sun, clean it very well,” notes Caroline.

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luckystar246 Bio-Oil Reviews?30th-Jun-2014 03:10 am (UTC)
I'm thinking of trying it.

How did you use it? Does it work for dark spots?
thesuzylee Re: Bio-Oil Reviews?30th-Jun-2014 03:14 am (UTC)
I'm wary of trying it. I hear its very hit or miss.
zyuranger Re: Bio-Oil Reviews?30th-Jun-2014 03:14 am (UTC)
Bio-Oil seems like snake oil to me. In my experience, alpha hydroxy acid products are better for marks, i.e., post-acne marks.
fiqary Re: Bio-Oil Reviews?30th-Jun-2014 06:13 am (UTC)
What are the best alpha hydroxy products?
magwildwood Re: Bio-Oil Reviews?30th-Jun-2014 03:15 am (UTC)
jigglemypuff Re: Bio-Oil Reviews?30th-Jun-2014 03:18 am (UTC)
It's crap. I got one for free in a gift bag and it does not do shit.
elstree Re: Bio-Oil Reviews?30th-Jun-2014 03:18 am (UTC)
i don't know if it does anything but it feels nice on my skin
leonardy Re: Bio-Oil Reviews?30th-Jun-2014 03:25 am (UTC)
Bio Oil is both oily and drying at the same time. i hated it. If you want an antioxidant oil for sun spots, lines etc your best bet is either extra virgin coconut oil or evening primrose oil for aging/sun damaged skin
helloneworld Re: Bio-Oil Reviews?30th-Jun-2014 03:26 am (UTC)
it's b.s. mostly mineral oil.

here is a run down of the ingredients and how it really is a basic formula: http://www.paulaschoice.com/beautypedia-skin-care-reviews/by-brand/bio-oil/_/Bio-Oil
indignantindigo Re: Bio-Oil Reviews?30th-Jun-2014 03:34 am (UTC)
It did nothing for my scars and the smell was kind of overwhelming but it was a decent makeup remover.
lil_creamsoda Re: Bio-Oil Reviews?30th-Jun-2014 03:41 am (UTC)
waste of money
luvthatdrtywata Re: Bio-Oil Reviews?30th-Jun-2014 04:01 am (UTC)
did nothing for me.
kanbinayume Re: Bio-Oil Reviews?30th-Jun-2014 04:16 am (UTC)
it did absolutely nothing
galaxized Re: Bio-Oil Reviews?30th-Jun-2014 04:24 am (UTC)
lol i just use it as a moisturizer but i love it. you can get a set at costco for pretty cheap
pussylips69 Re: Bio-Oil Reviews?30th-Jun-2014 04:26 am (UTC)
made a bitch break out!
bodyache Re: Bio-Oil Reviews?30th-Jun-2014 06:02 am (UTC)
When i saw it on Amazon it got mixed reviews but mostly everyone hates it. I wouldn't buy it tbh. there's not a lot of products that help fade dark spots but it will go away if you leave it alone, mine did.

Edited at 2014-06-30 06:03 am (UTC)
beatlesluv Re: Bio-Oil Reviews?30th-Jun-2014 07:12 am (UTC)
I don't think it's anything special. Burt's Bees as that anti aging line that is comparable (but better) imo.
libre_m Re: Bio-Oil Reviews?30th-Jun-2014 07:46 am (UTC)
For scar reduction, I love it - for me, it noticeably reduced the appearance of scars, old and new. I also have old sun-damage from what I was a kid, and it has definitely reduced some of redness in that.

I have chronically dry skin and will use it a lot in winter, either as a mousturiser after I get out of the shower or even just by putting some in my bathwater.

I wouldn't use it on my face, mainly because my dermatologist said not to, but also because it seems a little thick for that.
goodbye22 Re: Bio-Oil Reviews?30th-Jun-2014 09:22 am (UTC)
does nothing to me.
and its too oily for my skin
where_i_begin Re: Bio-Oil Reviews?30th-Jun-2014 09:59 am (UTC)
I've never used it on dark spots because I would probably break out but I do put on little dabs to help heal up zits, scars etc and it seems to speed up the healing. I found the Garnier products helped fade my marks.
godramaclub Re: Bio-Oil Reviews?30th-Jun-2014 11:42 am (UTC)
I did a shitty review of it re: acne scarring back when I thought I could totally be a blogger (spoiler: I am neither a good blogger nor a good reviewer) but my experience with bio-oil can be found here. Not the same as dark spots but might gave you an idea of what it can and can't do.

Edited at 2014-06-30 11:50 am (UTC)
hoot Re: Bio-Oil Reviews?30th-Jun-2014 12:30 pm (UTC)
For me it was moisturizing, but no more so than any other oil would be.
fairymoore Re: Bio-Oil Reviews?30th-Jun-2014 02:15 pm (UTC)
I tried to talk my friend out of buying it at target last year, it didn't work for me at all, and she said I didn't use it right. Didn't work for her either. Waste of 15$
tracygee Re: Bio-Oil Reviews?30th-Jun-2014 02:47 pm (UTC)
If you're in the U.S., get thee to Makeup Artist's Choice (www.http://www.makeupartistschoice.com/) and find a Lactic Acid or Mandelic peel that will work for your skin. You need to be careful and follow their instructions well (and start with a low percentage and work up), but a series of peels that you do from home will work wonders for dark spots.

Both the Mandelic and Lactic Acid peels are good "first" peels. And it's sooooo much cheaper than paying for someone else to do them.

Edited at 2014-06-30 02:50 pm (UTC)
marywebgirl 30th-Jun-2014 03:12 am (UTC)
I just had a facial at Skoah on Thursday because I got a voucher on Gilt. It was really nice! I touched my skin in the shower the next day and I was honestly shocked by how soft and smooth it was. I also felt like the re-book and product pressure weren't too bad (I bought a bottle of toner).
merenwen17 30th-Jun-2014 03:12 am (UTC)
lol the most expensive "make up" I own is a $14 of Aveeno daily moisturizer.

I need new mascara tho, I like the Maybelline mega volume one, but I always feel like there's a better one out there somewhere that I'm missing
whossoulsister 30th-Jun-2014 03:17 am (UTC)
i love that moisturizer
bulastar 30th-Jun-2014 03:19 am (UTC)
lol I use Nivea. I have good skin though
merenwen17 30th-Jun-2014 03:21 am (UTC)
I have good skin now too, Aveeno really evened out my skin tone :) I wish I would stop getting hormonal breakouts though, but even those fade away pretty quickly
liquidt1000 30th-Jun-2014 03:22 am (UTC)
lmao moisturizer thats NOT makeup!
joy742x 30th-Jun-2014 03:27 am (UTC)
Haha I use Aveeno too and I love it tbh.

For mascara I really love Maybelline's the rocket for length and volume. Loreal's new-ish one, the butterfly something or other is really good too but it can get a little flakey. For higher end, I swear by Benefit's they're real. It's awesome, and you can probably get a small sample size from Sephora or Ulta to try it out.
blue_birds 30th-Jun-2014 03:40 am (UTC)
I love Aveeno's moisturizer. My face was already soft but there are some trouble spots that it took care of.
sparklekittens 30th-Jun-2014 03:41 am (UTC)
covergirl's clump crusher is good
gemsing 30th-Jun-2014 03:50 am (UTC)
Boots No7 Lash Adapt Deep Black mascara is my favorite! You can get it at Target. Usually mascaras are nice for a week or two before they start getting old and dry out but this one still gives me the same results now as when I bought it.
fuckmyass 30th-Jun-2014 04:09 am (UTC)
bare escentuals buxom mascara is the best ever. i am cheap with everything but will always pay for that. everyone asks if i wear extensions.
thetxbelle 30th-Jun-2014 04:11 am (UTC)
Try maybelline Falsies.
breakitout_x 30th-Jun-2014 05:36 am (UTC)
I love the Loreal Double Extend mascara, it's ~tube mascara and it's amazing because it DOES NOT SMUDGE under my eyes whatsoever which was my main issue with any mascara I've used over the last few years. But it works amazingly well. I love some of the Maybelline mascaras, but they always smudged so bad.
rockstarsex 30th-Jun-2014 11:33 pm (UTC)
Maybelline Colossal >>>
beatofmy_drum 30th-Jun-2014 03:13 am (UTC)
does bio-oil really work well for dark spots and stretch marks?
icangoforthat 30th-Jun-2014 03:15 am (UTC)
its 50-50 with dark spots, but i doubt it works with stretch marks unless you use it to prevent them
leonardy 30th-Jun-2014 03:29 am (UTC)
its totally useless for stretch marks and dark spots tbh. for dark spots i reccomend you get a good vitamin c serum or evening primrose oil. Make sure to also wear an moisturizer with at least an spf of 25 during the day to prevent further sun/dark spots
helloneworld 30th-Jun-2014 03:30 am (UTC)
nothing works to prevent stretchmarks. it is genetics.

I did, however, have this prescription cream that I used for fresh stretchmarks from weight gain a few years back. It would fade them but you could still see the faint faded line that remained.
boltonlove 30th-Jun-2014 03:56 am (UTC)
whats the prescription called? if you don't mind me asking.
bodyache 30th-Jun-2014 06:06 am (UTC)
I never tried it but people keep saying it's a waste of money. cocoa better & castor oil works well for fresh stretch marks.
taecish 30th-Jun-2014 09:04 am (UTC)
i have stretch marks on my lower back from a massive growth spurt in my preteens, i went through like 3 months of that stuff and it did nothing for them
ezzykoenig 30th-Jun-2014 03:13 am (UTC)
i really made this post bc i'm looking for a lip stain in a pink coral, like tarte's power pigment in fearless. i just don't wanna pay $24 for a crayon.
verystefunny 30th-Jun-2014 03:21 am (UTC)
i tried covergirl's jump lip balm lipperfection or whatever it is and it works well enough, especially when i put something like one of maybelline's baby lips over it.
elstree 30th-Jun-2014 03:21 am (UTC)
well fuck i looked that up and now i want it too
and all the other colours
suicida1poptart 30th-Jun-2014 03:23 am (UTC)
revlon's just bitten kissable balm stains are pretty good dupes for tarte.

i like their colorburst matte balm stains as well.

eta: oops that's kinda big sorry

Edited at 2014-06-30 03:23 am (UTC)
joy742x 30th-Jun-2014 03:28 am (UTC)
Seconding this rec, I use these pretty much every day.
breadprincess 30th-Jun-2014 03:43 am (UTC)
Honey is my holy grail "my lips but better" lip stain, I wear it almost every day. I also have Sweetheart, which I love. I have super dry lips and these don't dry them out.
yunaresuka 30th-Jun-2014 04:30 am (UTC)
I love those sfm
la_geni 30th-Jun-2014 05:13 am (UTC)
I'm recommending everything under the colorburst line. I own four of them, and they have everything. From matte opaque colors, to sheer sparkly ones.
myhipusername 30th-Jun-2014 07:24 am (UTC)
omg yess their just bitten line is amazing
leonardy 30th-Jun-2014 03:33 am (UTC)
I really like Hard Candy's all glossed up lip crayons which double as lip stains. they're lip glosses in crayon form but they leave a nice stain on the lips plus they're super moisturizing + don't leave a greasy/too shiny film. They're like $5 a pop at Walmart
blue_birds 30th-Jun-2014 03:42 am (UTC)
seconding the Revlon balm stains
shecreep 30th-Jun-2014 06:21 am (UTC)

i have one and it's super good and vegan also. ur welcome ;*
loveuploud 30th-Jun-2014 03:13 am (UTC)
i swear by aloe vera leaf

sfarfallio 30th-Jun-2014 03:44 am (UTC)
i was doing this but i stopped watering my plant and it died ):
ty 30th-Jun-2014 05:04 am (UTC)
Awww, Danielle just had her second baby! She looks so young.
hypermuseic9 30th-Jun-2014 05:14 am (UTC)
how old is she? Because I thought she was like 15 in this video. & now she has a 2nd baby omg.
miss_sarac 30th-Jun-2014 06:48 am (UTC)
I just can't get past the smell :/
xo_soccer9 30th-Jun-2014 04:16 pm (UTC)
i started doing this the other day. i'm hoping this actually helps my skin.
icangoforthat 30th-Jun-2014 03:13 am (UTC)
more like genetics.

but Im seriously jealous of adriana's skin. She's 33 and her skin looks so good. In my opinion her skin looks even better than candices' especially around the eyes.
bloopbloop1 30th-Jun-2014 03:16 am (UTC)
curse of the white person
zkeletonguns 30th-Jun-2014 03:20 am (UTC)
genetics and photoshop tbh
icangoforthat 30th-Jun-2014 03:25 am (UTC)
photoshop is def used especially in editorials/campaigns to create a flawless face but a lot of these models have amazing skin b/c their face is the selling point and spend money on the best treatments. Even in high quality close-up picks their skin is amazing .
zyuranger 30th-Jun-2014 03:13 am (UTC)
I used Egyptian Magic for a while. Didn't really notice a difference. Like overpriced petroleum jelly.

I purchased this in lieu of my usual alpha hydroxy lotion, which I stopped using because it has BHT among other not so nice ingredients.

AHA really helps keep my skin clear. I recommend it to anyone with bad skin.

Edited at 2014-06-30 03:22 am (UTC)
juteux 30th-Jun-2014 03:59 am (UTC)
I really need to add an AHA product to my routine but there are so many out there!
zyuranger 30th-Jun-2014 04:04 am (UTC)
The one I got (Beauty Without Cruelty 8% AHA Skin Renewal Lotion) seems to be somewhat economical (under $13 on Amazon) and it's almost all naturally derived. I was using Alpha Hydrox's 10% lotion, but its ingredients aren't very natural so I switched. The former is a lot more emollient, though.

If you get an AHA, just make sure to keep using it even if it initially breaks you out. That's just a minor purging of anything nasty under your skin. Your skin will acclimate within a few weeks. Oh, and wear SPF during the day.
starsremain 30th-Jun-2014 03:14 am (UTC)
I only see one supermodel in this post, but that's not important.

I have the large Bio-Oil but always forget to incorporate in when moisturizing. It's a "when I see it and remember it" kind of thing.
icangoforthat 30th-Jun-2014 03:16 am (UTC)
starsremain 30th-Jun-2014 03:52 am (UTC)
ohaygurht 30th-Jun-2014 03:14 am (UTC)
trentini, hunnie....
camillesaens 30th-Jun-2014 03:56 am (UTC)

I don't remember her being that unattractive.
ohaygurht rip jump spread quehn/ discount gemma wardT 30th-Jun-2014 04:22 am (UTC)
icangoforthat 30th-Jun-2014 03:14 am (UTC)
I use rosehip oil and retinol treatments and my skin is still not the best. I'm pretty sure I will never have flawless skin.
taylorniw 30th-Jun-2014 03:29 am (UTC)
Do you use a prescription retinoid?
icangoforthat 30th-Jun-2014 03:33 am (UTC)
nah I used retin-a for a while but i can't afford it anymore. I use paula's choice resist retinol serum. Its low dose but it helps fade my post-acne marks much faster
ritaamber 30th-Jun-2014 03:15 am (UTC)
on here a couple weeks ago someone recommended aztec face mask powder and i got it a few days ago and am hooked, so thank you ONTD beauty guru's!!
shortliljackers 30th-Jun-2014 03:48 am (UTC)
yeah, i love that stuff.
aerinsol 30th-Jun-2014 04:00 am (UTC)
I feel like I must be using it wrong or something. I've used it several times and never noticed a difference.
chaoticatmost 30th-Jun-2014 05:43 am (UTC)
same here. it's done nothing for me and I had been using it every other day for about 4 weeks.
dissident 30th-Jun-2014 05:57 am (UTC)
Wow I will have to try this. Did you use it with apple cider vinegar or water?
nowakingeye 30th-Jun-2014 03:01 pm (UTC)
mine is on its way i'm exited!
bloopbloop1 30th-Jun-2014 03:15 am (UTC)
If I were to buy Linda Rodin's oil and ended up looking like Linda Rodin I would ask for a refund asap. She does NOT look good for her age.
irishmcass 30th-Jun-2014 06:13 am (UTC)
My thoughts exactly, I googled her and I think she looks closer to 70 or 80.
shy_mse 30th-Jun-2014 12:22 pm (UTC)
lol, i just google'd her and my gawd. she looks like she is 80. she's beautiful but the wrong person to be promoting beauty oils
backwardsjoker 30th-Jun-2014 03:15 am (UTC)
Coconut oil, jojoba oil, and Shea butter are my best friends.

Petroleum jelly came come too.
phallus 30th-Jun-2014 03:18 am (UTC)
what you use coconut oil for?
backwardsjoker 30th-Jun-2014 08:32 pm (UTC)
Super late, but for my face mostly! It's done wonders for my acne. I stopped using it for a bit and switched to Jojoba, but it wasn't strong enough and I noticed my acne coming back. But my skin is pretty tough, so I don't recommend it often cause it is a really heavy oil
leonardy 30th-Jun-2014 03:36 am (UTC)
Yes, those 3 are my holy grail esp coco + Shea butter. I combine Shea and Coconut oil in a jar and use it on top of my moisturizer. Best thing for my skin ever
breadprincess 30th-Jun-2014 03:44 am (UTC)
coconut oil has been awesome for my eczema and for treating chellitis in the winter
breakitout_x 30th-Jun-2014 06:00 am (UTC)
Love jojoba oil, just bought some more yesterday. I use it as a moisturizer basically.
jennyherself 30th-Jun-2014 08:47 am (UTC)
Do you use them on your body or your face? I have very oily facial skin + big pores + break-out prone and I never use oils on my face.

My body skin gets dry though, but it's still break-out prone. Grrr.
phallus 30th-Jun-2014 03:17 am (UTC)
4 of these 5 girls are Brazilian. What happened to Carol Trentini?

I need a good facial wash, moisturizer to use. I have gentle skin, any recomm?
getchasum06 30th-Jun-2014 03:31 am (UTC)
I'm about to go buy the old school clinique facial bar. It's great for sensitive skin and face wash that comes in liquid form has added ingredients specifically to just turn a solid to a liquid which is just added crap you don't need.
peddlestools 30th-Jun-2014 04:02 am (UTC)
bar soap is actually really bad for you. it's irritating and drying and not the most hygienic.
helloneworld 30th-Jun-2014 03:32 am (UTC)

although I found a pack of these at cost-co that was 2 for $6.99 so try a warehouse club?
taylorniw 30th-Jun-2014 03:32 am (UTC)
Cerave makes good facial washes.
solong_starlet 30th-Jun-2014 03:33 am (UTC)
I use Aveeno for both, and it is good for sensitive skin.
locadepatioo 30th-Jun-2014 03:37 am (UTC)
She got married
hotfuzz85 30th-Jun-2014 03:39 am (UTC)
Cerave PM
Cerave Hydrating cleanser


Hada Labo is pretty gentle and moisturising for the skin.

Edited at 2014-06-30 07:05 am (UTC)
camillesaens 30th-Jun-2014 03:58 am (UTC)
Be careful with Cerave moisturizer it has broken out a lot of ppl on the reddit/skinaddiction forum

some skins have a bad reaction to cetary alcohol, which is found in cerave
whiterabit 30th-Jun-2014 04:04 pm (UTC)
I use the Paula's Choice earth balanced cleanser and it's amazing and natural! It's very gentle. 
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