Wendy Rowe’s beauty credo is simple: nourish from within, but don’t fear a little glitter to get your glow. Yes, collagen drinks and healthy meals have their place – and an important one at that – but for this celeb-adored makeup artist, the balance of natural and next-level is key.
Wendy’s book, Eat Beautiful, captures her holistic attitude to building beauty with glow-inducing recipes; the interview below covers the rest. From her go-to spot treatment and fave face oil, to a skin-boosting homemade juice, we’re exploring advice from an international beauty expert we love…
Most treasured beauty tip…
Keep your skin really clean and remember to change up your skincare and diet depending on where you are – the seasons and weather conditions pose different dietary and skincare requirements.
For glowing skin…
Decleor’s Aromessence Neroli Serum oil.
For ultra-glamorous effect:
Sparkles and glitter.
Always in my evening clutch:
Linda Rodin lip balm (it’s totally natural, containing jasmine and orange flower oil, shea butter, beeswax and castor oil).
Weirdest beauty habit:
Sarah Chapman’s spot stickers – they really work! It’s a little transparent sticker that helps to heal spots fast.
Obsession of the moment:
Viviscal Hair and Scalp supplement
Can’t travel without…
A moisturizer! It’s a must-have for me.
Kale soup from my book, Eat Beautiful – it’s amazing (TCM is sharing soon!).
Skinade, it’s a skin drink that contains a natural form of collagen sourced from freshwater fish. You can take it as a supplement to give skin a youthful boost.
Shu Uemura eyelash curlers.
In the shower I keep…
The wet brush – I can’t live without it.
On my bedside table…
Space clearance spray “home and matter,” by Holly Star.
Once a month I…
Light therapy treatment at Sarah Chapman.
After a long-night or rough weekend…
Workout – it’s the best cure.
Product that changed my skin…
It’d have to be a mixture of great skincare: Decleor’s aromessence neroli serum oil is amazing, combined with regular exercise and a balanced diet containing lots of fresh, seasonal vegetables.
My go-to DIY recipe:
A skin-boosting vegetable juice made from scratch using beetroot, celery, spinach, turmeric, aloe vera, ginger, lemon and cucumber.