Every Australian Model Owns This Skincare Product.
Unsurprising fact: Models generally have pretty amazing complexions. It kinda comes with the job description. That said, Australian models seem to own naturally radiant, impossibly glowy skin in particular. (Biased, us?) Yes, they have access to celebrity skin therapists and more beauty products than you can shake a Clarisonic at, but they also rely on tried-and-true tricks. Tricks you and I can copy. Ahead, you'll find seven skin-perfecting tips from our favourite Aussie exports. Keep scrolling to see what they are!
"I use liquid silica. You can actually see the difference. You can see the difference in your nails too. It’s really, really good stuff. And biotin is good too."—Montana Cox
"For the first five days after I get [a spray tan] done, I don’t need to wear any foundation. I feel that with a good tan you don’t need makeup because it evens out your skin."—Nicole Trunfio
"I like to use my DIY coffee coconut scrub and get the skin glowing! Coffee stimulates the blood flow, salt is good for exfoliating, coconut oil hydrates and moisturises."—Bambi Northwood-Blyth
"I’ve been using the Age-Defying AHA Facial Exfoliator ($55) every day, even though I probably should be using it every second day, but I just love how it makes my skin feel. If I’m going to put on the Age-Defying Phytox Oil ($60) afterwards, which has so many nutrients, antioxidants and essential fatty acids in it, I feel like it’ll sink in deeper because I’ve exfoliated first."—Miranda Kerr
"Something that suits everyone is luminser. I love that there are so many different ways you can use it to highlight and contour your face. I apply it to my brow bones, cheekbones and Cupid’s bow. If you’re wearing a dress or top that allows it, it's great on your collarbones and shoulders too."—Jess Hart