Going makeup free is sometimes easier said than done. But we do love it when we see fellow woman embracing their natural beauty.
Around 2016, Alicia Keys was one of the very first celebrities to push for women to embrace naturality. Posing her album ‘Here’, she opted for a makeup-free look, encouraging women to embrace their natural beauty. Now, this is one trend we hope stays around forever!
Keys shared her skincare routine with Vogue and although it was an all-inclusive routine, her eye cream alone cost a whopping £378.20!
So, how can we all achieve Alicia Keys standard skin? The steps are quite simple and easy to follow:
- Mask exfoliator
- Aloe Vera calming gel
- Rose water
- Eye cream
- Moisturiser (with SPF)
- Lip balm
Keys said: "My skin wants to cause me trouble and break out”. For our ladies who also suffer from skin problems, cleansing is an especially important step to prevent the build-up of dirt and oil.
In what way can our millionaire beauties get an impeccable routine to achieve the infamous Keys sparkle?
STEP 1 – Cleanse with Millionaire Beauty Skin Glow Face Wash to gently remove daily grime.
STEP 2 – Exfoliate with Millionaire Beauty Peel and polish, the rich and creamy formula will leave your skin feeling oh so smooth.
STEP 3 – Millionaire Purity Flawless Corrector - Leaves skin brighter and smoother
STEP 4 & 5 - Millionaire Beauty Hydrating Lip & Eye Rescue is the perfect 2 in 1 solution for around the eyes and lips.
STEP 6 – Moisturise with Millionaire City Defence Vitamin C Moisturiser containing five AHAs to repair, restructure and moisturise.
Alicia said: “I swear it the most strongest, most empowered, most free and honestly beautiful that I have ever felt”. She even hosted the Grammys makeup free! Her great skin is down to the active ingredients in her products. Our millionaire beauty products are packed with Vitamin C, AHA’s, BHA’s, retinol and many other active ingredients.
Lastly, one of the most important steps Keys highlighted in her routine was the amount of water she drinks. She explained how she never used to “think water was part of a skin care regime”.
How old you are is your business. How young you look is ours!