The 9 Glow-Boosting Beauty Buys Olivia Palermo Would Buy at Sephora
Olivia Palermo is never one to look overdone or like she's trying too hard. From her effortless blowouts to her subtle berry-stained pout, every inch of her It girl frame is flawlessly executed to the highest degree. And it's not just her ability to wear couture like nobody's business that has us hooked. Her beauty repertoire is pretty damn amazing, too. Glowing skin, peachy cheeks, and glossy hair are non-negotiables, and let's not even get started on her ability to nail an up-do.
In a perfect world, we would attend brunches and shopping dates with OP on a weekly basis, but to our dismay, she's too busy collaborating with Banana Republic, or enjoying the European summer with her fiancé. Until then, we can only dream up all of the goodies Palermo would pick out at our favourite beauty counters. And that we did. We scoured the net for some ideas and curated a list of all the shiny, pretty things Olivia Palermo would definitely pick out at Sephora.
Keep scrolling for a beauty edit that we think OP would definitely approve of.
Cilk Rose Extract ($79)
Is it just us, or can you see Palermo sipping on rose-flavoured water? Cilk is a new brand at Sephora that we're currently loving. Add a few drops of this rose extract to sparkling water (or any other beverage you fancy). It has skin nourishing properties, turns clear liquids a beautiful soft pink, plus it smells like Turkish rose.
Herbivore Botanicals Glowing Hydration Jasmine Body Oil ($62)
We know and love Palermo for her ability to own a pair of wide-leg pants, but a cute mini-dress is definitely up there. Hydrated limbs are essential, and this natural hydrator uses camellia flower and grapeseed oil to moisturise without grease.
SK-II Facial Treatment Masks ($138)
In-flight sheet masks are essential for jet-setters, and OP is no exception here. She's known to love SK-II's cult-classic for it's brightening, hydrating properties. Pop one on before or during flying if you're not opposed to scaring the children sitting the row behind you.