The 24K Gold Firming Tool These 7 Celebs Can’t Stop Using
By Danielle Fontana, Digital Editor |
Celebrity makeup artist Jillian Dempsey counts stars as Emilia Clarke and Leslie Mann—and husband Patrick—as just a few of her red-carpet regulars. With a front-row seat to some of the biggest celebs’ skin, she knows a thing or two about what works and what doesn’t. What does, according to her loyal fanbase? Her Gold Bar ($195) as seen in countless Instagram photos and videos.
The first skin-care brainchild from the makeup expert, the Bar works to mimic the effects of a facial massage, instantly relaxing facial muscles to release tension, resulting in a tighter, firmer appearance. “My 24K gold vibrating bar instantly makes skin feel and appear toned, lifted, contoured and revived,” Dempsey explains of the Japanese facial–inspired tool that’s quickly become a makeup-bag mainstay for some of the biggest A-listers. Below, a look at the Gold Bar’s fanbase—you may have heard of some of them.
The tool was also a big part of Paltrow’s red-carpet prep, as seen in her own Instagram stories. “All natural home style face lift courtesy of @jilliandempsey little face vibrator.”
The 51-year-old actress shared a photo of her using the Gold Bar during her Golden Globes prep. “Always important to remove the jowls with @jilliandempsey #goldbar,” she captioned the photo.
In a recent interview with Instyle, The Morning Show star shared her love for the chic, gold tool. "It feels so damn good to put oil on your face and just roll," Aniston told the magazine.
Keys has demonstrated how to use the tool’s vibrations in many Instagram stories, seen here. Her favorite method: using it on her face and neck for an all-over contour.
One of the first steps of the supermodel's makeup prep? Sculpting and contouring with the beloved Bar.
“Thank God for my wife’s newly launched Japanese gold facial bar for men and women,” says proud husband McDreamy as he demonstrates his “daily routine.” Meanwhile, on Jillian's page, she masters the art of constructive criticism. "Right idea but no tugging around the peepers," she says.