Jessica Biel is somehow always glowing both on and off the Red Carpet. Yet, the Valentines Day actress—who just turned 38 on March 3rd—has repeatedly promised that she has yet to try injectable wrinkle reducers. So, if she’s always looking flawless without the help of any wrinkle vanishers, there must be a secret of some sort.
To answer all of our questions, her tried-and-true makeup artist, Daniel Martin, shared her consistent product lineup with Refinery29 and explained how he works to compliment her natural beauty. Finally—the info we’ve been longing to hear.
Mario Badescu Facial Spray With Aloe, Chamomile and Lavender ($7)
“There’s not a ton of moving parts when it comes to Jessica’s skin-care prep,” Martin explains. “It’s basically two parts: toning and moisturizing. To start, I love this Mario Badescu lavender toner because it’s calming and gives the skin a balanced refresh.” Toner is most-commonly used to restore the skin’s pH after cleansing. Using one can finally give you the glow you’ve been looking for.
111skin Celestial Black Diamond Eye Mask ($115)
Next up? This eye mask that reawakens the look of tired eyes for a healthier looking appearance, a much-needed staple pre-Red Carpet. “Jessica has almond-shaped eyes and dry skin, so it’s important to keep the skin around the eyes both lifted and hydrated. I love the 111Skin Celestial masks and will keep them in the fridge the night before and then pull them out so they’re cool and refreshing on the skin,” says Martin.
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Sisley Black Rose Eye Contour Fluid ($150)
After removing the eye mask, it’s time for the second round of under-eye prep. “We use the Sisley Black Rose eye cream because it instantly illuminates any dark shadows under the eye,” Martin says. Although the price is steep, it truly illuminates the skin with just one stroke.
Tatcha Water Cream ($68)
Tatcha’s Water Cream leaves a luminescent glow on the skin, making it the perfect product to use if you’re aiming for a natural and dewy makeup look. “It’s a great choice for keeping her dry skin hydrated, and mixes well with makeup.”
Dior Forever Skin Correct Concealer ($36)
Martin skips foundation all-together and goes right in with this concealer on top of the moisturizer. “Jessica doesn’t like the feel of makeup, so I’ve found that blending concealer with moisturizer creates this gorgeous veil for her skin,” Martin tells Refinery29. “The Dior Skin Correct concealer is full-coverage, but the dry-down isn’t matte, so I’ll mix it with a little moisturizer and buff that into the skin for light coverage.”
Honest Beauty Magic Beauty Balm ($13)
The last product Martin uses under the eye is this Magic Balm by Jessica Alba’s brand Honest Beauty. However, you don’t just have to use this under the eye. It works anywhere on the face to help soothe and soften dry skin. “She slathers this stuff under her eyes to help with dryness,” Martin says. “It’s nice because it can sit on top of makeup and it won’t disrupt it, but will just make dry or dull skin a little dewy.”
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