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  • Okay, hey, I'm Kaia Gerber and today I'm gonna walk you through my everyday skincare routine and makeup look first step you through the people.

  • Superfood cleanser I need to tie my hair back.

  • I have my little Selene scrunchie that I love.

  • So I just kind of gently massage this into my face.

  • I use this morning and night, but if I have makeup on or had a long day or sunscreen or something, I use first, like a bone to take off my makeup and then I'll kind of go in with this.

  • I've always had kind of like medium skin.

  • I feel like everyone goes through stages growing up that you have sort of hormonal acne and them that can really affect your confidence.

  • It definitely affected mine, especially because I was working.

  • So not only did I have to go to school with is it?

  • But I also had to go and do shows sometimes with bad skin, but I'm really appreciative of this time kind of the year that I've had off because I've been able to sort of evolved with my skincare routine and figure out a more updated version.

  • So that's what you're saying now.

  • So next up is this toner, I really like Paula's choice.

  • I used to be very into exploiting and I would scrub my face like crazy and I have learned now that you can exfoliate gently with toners.

  • So that's what I do now and then just kind of well, but mostly on my T zone area are the places that I tend to break out.

  • I have really sensitive skin I always have.

  • So I find during fashion month or times when my skin is going through a lot it breaks out really easily.

  • So that kind of forced me to have a skin care routine that I could rely on because a lot of the time you can't control what's going on your face.

  • This I swear by is nice dynamite.

  • It is one of my favorite ingredients of all time.

  • It has saved my skin.

  • So I just put a couple of drops in the winter.

  • I get read here and here.

  • I find nice cinema has really helped with that texture.

  • So I'm a big fan.

  • Mm Now this I love it's just an eye repair oil.

  • So I just kind of rolled it on underneath my eyes and just gently rub it in.

  • I am not someone who can hide being tired.

  • You will know upon seeing me whether I have slept or not immediately can't fake it.

  • So I've really had to learn how to take care of my under eyes, which I didn't think was something I would have to do very young.

  • But I in fact do.

  • My mom has always taken such good care of her skin.

  • And so I kind of picked up things from her.

  • So she's always just been very conscious of what she's putting on her skin.

  • And one of the things she taught me is to Handle your dignity and don't forget about your chest, especially with sunscreen.

  • I try to bring products sort of down and then that way you're not wasting them either.

  • I feel like skin care is one form of meditation for me.

  • Like I know I have that 20 minutes in the morning and night that I'm just doing something for myself.

  • So I find that to be very relaxing.

  • I've also like, I meditate a lot.

  • I love crystals.

  • I'm very into crystals which you will see.

  • I activate my crystals and I put them out on full moons and also in the sunshine.

  • So I do that also with my face rollers that are crystal.

  • I like to activate those as well.

  • So now that my face kind of has some oil on it.

  • Um I like to go in with one of these guys and this is also charged.

  • So you know, you know all of my crystals are charged even my face once.

  • So this is charged and I just sort of use this under my eyes to de puff.

  • I used to think that face rolling was such a joke.

  • I was like God's probably looking down at his creation.

  • He's like, why are people rubbing things on their face?

  • But now look at me.

  • So I really do notice a difference.

  • Yeah.

  • And this also is something I developed having early mornings like my face takes a long time to wake up my facebook of three hours after me.

  • So this is something that kind of helps keep the blood flowing in the morning and it's just so fun.

  • Like of course I want to face massage in the morning.

  • I'd have every face massage device if I could.

  • It's also funny because like, even my dad now, like I had so many different rollers and they all started going missing and I found out that it was my dad who was stealing them.

  • So this is not exclusive to women.

  • I think everyone should roll their face, then I go in for the second.

  • Roller crazy.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • It feels so good.

  • And I also keep these in the fridge.

  • So when I use them in the morning they're nice and cold.

  • It's also just like little practices like this that are good for your mental health and the fact that I'm taking time to like, you know, probably no one will know that I did this except for me.

  • But those are sometimes the best little practices that we have.

  • I found I would get really lonely in hotel rooms and I started working at a really young age.

  • So having things like routines that I could bring with me around the world made me feel a lot more comfortable and safe.

  • So that's why I developed a skin care routine because it was something familiar that I would do every night when I got home.

  • Like no matter the day, I had no matter the work that I had, I know that I had this sort of um and that's kind of what prompted me to start taking care of or better care of my skin now that we are rolled woken up, you are going to moisturize my favorite moisturizer, same brand as my cleanse our youth to the people.

  • So it takes just a little bit and uh do a little Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • Last step on the face is sunscreen because even if you're not outside, it's just important where your sunscreen every day, um you don't want to age faster than you need to.

  • Another thing I went for my mom sunscreen here, sunscreen here every single day, even when it's cloudy and I grew up in Malibu.

  • So the sun is pretty much always shining.

  • Mhm Yeah.

  • Mhm You can still get tan but protect the face.

  • And it's funny because the one thing I get from makeup artists the most is that my face is 10 shades lighter than my body and they never know what makeup to put on my face because as you can see my body is a lot darker than my face.

  • That's cause I'm wearing my sunscreen.

  • Now.

  • Another product that I love is this lip sleeping mask and I use it all day.

  • So I love it.

  • It makes me feel so moisturized before I do makeup.

  • This is something I picked up from makeup artists is they always spraying stuff on my face and I was like, what are you spraying on my face And it is this totally face spray.

  • So ow.

  • So I'm gonna give myself a little spritz with this.

  • Yeah, mm reminds me of being back in the makeup chair.

  • So that was skin care.

  • Now we can move on to make up.

  • I'm gonna take my hair down and let's get going.

  • So first step, this is why I sell beauty touche eclat.

  • This one's really light, which I like.

  • I never ever wear heavy foundation.

  • I rarely even wear foundation.

  • It's just like a really light tint that kind of evens out your skin tone.

  • So I kind of go like this and just put it really minimally where I need it.

  • I was more of a tomboy.

  • So I was never, I didn't start wearing makeup until I was in high school.

  • Probably.

  • I'm really grateful to my mom because she let me make some crazy makeup mistakes.

  • I look back and I'm like, how did you let me leave the house?

  • But I'm also very grateful to her for that because I think that's kind of how my style has developed is from making those mistakes.

  • The blue eye shadow moment I used to have was I had like, that was like my first piece of makeup that I owned was this little eye palette that had a deep blue and a baby blue and I would just go crazy with it.

  • Um, I don't own it anymore.

  • But I do miss it.

  • My makeup idol Green Day.

  • I would dress as a billy joe every single day to go to school.

  • And that's sort of how I learned to do eyeliner is I would do the black eyeliner that he wears.

  • That makeup tutorial will come next.

  • Okay, now that we have are based on, I'm gonna go in with concealer.

  • So this again is the two o'clock high cover from Y.

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  • I like to use my fingers as my brushes because it warms the product up in your hand.

  • I feel like, and it just ends up blending more naturally so you can see them kind of like slapping my face.

  • But that's just how I prefer to do my makeup instead of using like a beauty blender or something.

  • Mhm.

  • Now that we have concealer, I'm going to go in and do a lighter concealer on my under eyes.

  • Again, warming up in my fingers.

  • Just sort of press that on the skin under your eyes is genetic, to a certain extent, my mom has eye bags.

  • So, you know, people would be like, oh, sweetie look so tired of L I'll be like, I was just on vacation.

  • And so I've learned to love them.

  • I don't like to cover them too much because I do think they're cool and give you like a kurt Cobain esque vibe, even if you had like 12 hours of sleep, you still look a little bit cool, like who knows what she did last night.

  • Now I'm going to go in and brush my eyebrows because I can't focus on anything until my eyebrows are brushed.

  • I like having bushy eyebrows.

  • There was a stage that I went through and I think ever going through like waxing them and trying to shape them thankfully that was short lived for me and now I keep them really natural, go in and tweak it a little bit.

  • My eyebrows have been through a lot.

  • There was one season when they were bleached probably seven times in one month, which is not good for anything.

  • It's also really hard to get your natural eyebrow color back after bleaching them.

  • So there'd be days when I would do shows where they bleach them for the morning show, Di them back for the middle like afternoon show and then release them again at night and I could see my eyebrow hair falling out and growing back in weird and then they try to dye them back and they would be like green or orange.

  • So I've had every single color eyebrow.

  • These are now my completely natural grown and browse because they haven't been bleached in a long time.

  • They have definitely messed with my eyebrows quite a bit.

  • And fortunately these bad boys are still on my face.

  • So I love blush.

  • I love the nineties trend and I guess it's kind of like back in sort of each girl tiktok trend of doing blush on your nose to make you look a little sunburn because we're not getting sunburn because we don't want wrinkles.

  • So we're gonna fake it.

  • So I use what I would normally use on my lips.

  • I just sort of take a little bit and put it on my cheeks.

  • I also like using a cream blush.

  • I just think it's blends a lot better.

  • It looks a lot more natural and you can layer it.

  • So I put blush on the apples of my cheeks.

  • I'd like to bring it up, kind of where you put highlighter.

  • So I bring that up and then I bring it onto my nose and sort of around the bridge where your sunburn would be.

  • Yeah.

  • And then we might do a little bit on the tip of the nose.

  • See it looks like I've been in the sun and I haven't.

  • And I will also take a tiny bit of this and put it just on my eyelid.

  • Mhm.

  • Now, I'm gonna go in with a little bit of powder.

  • I don't want to take the shine down too much.

  • I'm kind of just in the T zone a little on the chin and a little on the forehead.

  • Yeah, I'm someone who's like very scared to try new looks.

  • I keep it like very natural as you can see.

  • But, you know, being a model in the past.

  • Like, I've gotten to have these really sort of extravagant makeup look.

  • I remember a Prada show where like, we have like totally bleached eyebrows and um there's a valentino show where we also have bleached eyebrows and these Swarovski crystals all over our eyes and it took like four hours to do the makeup, but it just looks so amazing and you really see art come to live on your face, like you get to be a human canvas for these artists.

  • And um it's been one of the greatest privileges now, we're going to do a little bit of eye shadow, so this is sort of like a beige.

  • She with a little bit of sparkle, but again, I'm not someone who wants to have too much going on.

  • So this is like a very natural sort of when I was in high school, I was like, and I think I like that, like, it was a fun time to experiment with makeup.

  • And now, because my job involves experimenting with makeup, I kind of tend to tone it down when it comes to me doing it myself.

  • Now, we're going to curl the eyelashes.

  • I have very long eyelashes, um have really long eyelashes.

  • It's really been great because I've never had to sort of where fake eyelashes or, you know, people get extensions, so I just like to curl them, so I really try to make sure that my outer lashes get into those curl up because otherwise I have something that grow down and I've actually had makeup artists asked me to cut my eyelashes before and I have done it the things we do for fashion really quickly.

  • Yeah, A click appearance.

  • This is my assistant makeup artist, she's sleeping on the job.

  • Puppy kisses are a really good product for your skin, so Mhm.

  • Yeah.

  • Oh my God, there's another say, hi, I get distracted in the middle of doing my makeup and my skincare.

  • Um as you can see now that the eyelashes are curled, I'm gonna go in with some mascara just at my route and that the owner corner, I'm gonna do a tiny bit of eyeliner in my outer corner just to kind of opened my eyes a bit more gonna go in and just add a tiny, tiny bit, kind of following a sort of following where that last lash and gone.

  • Mhm.

  • Now, I kind of want to blend this out a little bit now, kind of bring the excess down under my, I'm gonna use a little bit of highlighter, so I naturally leave the shine because I feel like that way you don't need as much.

  • Again, I just like to use a tiny, tiny bit on my hand like this, I'm gonna use just a few dots where we put that blush before.

  • A little on the bridge of the nose.

  • Mhm, A little bit on the cupid's bow in our corners and brow bone, so I just follow anywhere that the light hits and just kind of accentuates that the light bounces off of those.

  • Yeah, so I'm gonna use the same blush color.

  • I'm just kind of dab it onto my lips, like it to look more like a stain rather than an intentional lipstick.

  • This is where I've come through with my natural makeup.

  • We're gonna do hair.

  • I finally have hair after two years of having very short hair, it's grown out and that's very exciting for me.

  • But I also have had to learn how to take care of it leave in conditioner.

  • I love this brand statue, john, I'm just gonna spray some of this leaving into my ends which tend to go a little bit dry.

  • This is how it air dries.

  • So it kind of just like, can you give up on a those Mhm and Mhm.

  • There you go.

  • We're gonna do a little spritz of daisy, shake it off.

  • This is the final look.

Okay, hey, I'm Kaia Gerber and today I'm gonna walk you through my everyday skincare routine and makeup look first step you through the people.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/12/03
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