Olivia Rodrigo is talking beauty.
The 18-year-old “Drivers License” superstar made a video for Vogue showcasing her skincare and makeup routine.
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For her hair, she takes OLLY Gummies in the morning.
“I love these OLLY gummies, I’m obsessed with them. I started taking them a year ago, and I actually think that my hair really improved. They’re also just delicious, and also the highlight of my morning is eating two of these because they’re so yummy,” she said.
To wash her face, she uses Epionce Milky Lotion Cleanser, revealing she had some issues with products and masks irritating her face.
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“I had the worst case of dermatitis, where I just broke out all around my mouth, and it was awful. I think it was wearing masks a lot, and also, using a bunch of products that irritated my skin. And so my dermatologist said, okay, cut everything out of your skincare routine, just wash your face. And that’s sort of why my skincare and makeup routine and stuff is so simple. I think less is more with skin care, a lot of the time,” she explained.
She also talked about being a teenager, and having realistic expectations: “I cannot expect to have perfect skin all the time… my skin loves breaking out on my chin and on my nose. The masks definitely don’t help with the acne,” she admitted.
Olivia also revealed that she uses a gua sha: “I kind of just started recently doing this this year, and it’s really relaxing.”
Other products used in Olivia‘s routine include a lip scrub, chapstick, First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Tinted Moisturizer, the Glossier Beauty Bag, Glossier Stretch Concealer, Glossier Boy Brow, Glossier Pro Tip and Glossier Ultralip, a new product coming out soon.
She also revealed how a lyric on her new album was inspired by TikTok.
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