04th Jan 2019
Model-turned-actress Poppy Delevingne is also famous for her flawless complexion. Whether she’s appearing on the big screen or in a short clip on Instagram, her make-up always appears bright and beautiful. Eager to learn her secrets, IMAGE contributing editor Melanie Morris caught up with Poppy to find out which products she wears on a regular basis. Speaking at the launch of her Queen of Pop Jo Malone London Collection in Brown Thomas, the 32-year-old listed her five favourites:
Skinceuticals Ce Ferulic, €150
This high-potency treatment protects against free radical damage (such as city air pollution) while reducing fine lines and wrinkles. With 15% vitamin C concentration, it improves skin tone and texture, and remains effective for a minimum of 72 hours.
Lancome Matte Shaker Liquid Lipstick, €22.50
Available in seven rosy shades, this long-wearing liquid lipstick turns matte within minutes. The formula is enriched with silicone oils to prevent your lips from drying out or feeling sticky.
Burberry Face Contour Pen, €32
This unique, runway-inspired contour stick creates soft shadows to enhance, define and sculpt the face for a professional result every day. It has a creamy, lightweight texture that blends easily into the skin. Simply sweep under the cheekbones, along the jawline, and on the sides of your nose for a beautifully defined finish.
Bobbi Brown Instant Full Cover Concealer, €29
This high-coverage concealer brightens dark, under-eye circles and hides tired lines in an instant. It has a lightweight formula so as not to feel heavy on the skin; plus, the long-wear formula is water, sweat and humidity-resistant.
Dr Barbara Sturm’s Glow Drops, USD$145
Glow Drops are specially formulated to make the skin glow. The potent anti-ageing compounds boost skin quality and health by providing deep hydration, fundamental nourishment, and pore refinement. The product contains active ingredients such as sweet almond oil, glycerin, pro-Vitamin B5, Rosa Canina fruit extract, and Vitamin C.
Photo: Poppy Delevingne, Instagram
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