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Because getting a flawless complexion doesn’t have to be complicated…
If, like most of us, expensive skincare is more of a luxury than regular occurrence IRL, you’ve landed in the right place.
We caught up with NIVEA’s expert make-up artist Lauren Murphy, who is part of NIVEA’s backstage team at The Voice UK, to ask her advice about go-to products for complexion perfection.
‘To achieve a flawless camera-ready finish your skin needs to be cleansed and properly prepped before applying make-up. That means it’ll have staying-power under the bright lights,’ she explains.
Cue Lauren’s favourite skincare saviours that’ll help give you clear, Insta-perfect skin. No filter required…
1. Add micellar water to your daily skincare routine
‘Micellar water has long been fabled as the French-girl secret to beautiful skin and is something I use regularly when I’m prepping skin backstage,’ says Lauren.
‘The caring formula of NIVEA’s MicellAIR Skin Breathe Micellar Water cleanses, moisturises and creates the perfect base for a flawless make-up look’.
2. Choose products that can multi-task
To help speed things up when she’s backstage, Lauren uses double-duty beauty products. ‘The key to a long-lasting base is to moisturise and apply a primer before any make-up goes on. I love the fact that NIVEA’s Daily Essentials 24hr Moisture + Express Primer does both – it’s genius!’
3. Treat your skin to a weekly detox
‘After a wearing make-up all week it’s important to use a deep pore cleanser,’ she explains. That’s where NIVEA’s Daily Essentials 1 Minute Urban Detox Mask + Purify, 75ml, comes in. It’s designed to deeply cleanse and revive skin in just 60 seconds. ‘It’s the perfect skincare rescue for when I want to give the acts fresh and glowing skin,’ Lauren explains.
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Don’t miss this week’s episode of The Voice and keep your eyes peeled for NIVEA’s backstage team who’ll be backstage helping the acts get ready. Oh, to be there…