The most decorated artist in the history of the ACM Awards with 37 wins, country music superstar Miranda Lambert is an absolute tour de force in the music scene. Juggling a Las Vegas residency, a new cookbook launch, and her life as a busy step mom, Lambert managed to find the time to tell Country Living how she practices self care in the middle of it all.
We rounded up her beauty favs, from the much-loved sunscreen we can’t get enough of either, to the moisturizer our dermatologists love to recommend.
Eau Thermale Avène Cicalfate Restorative Protective Cream ($42)
“This is one of my favorites,” Lambert says. “Whether I’m outside with the animals or on a long run on the road, I swear by this lotion to keep my skin protected and hydrated.”
The Cicalfate Restorative formula is gentle enough for the most sensitive of skin, providing hydration and helping to restore the skin barrier. Our dermatologists have recommended it to keep moisturized during travel, for babies and young children, and even for the sensitive skin of cancer patients.
Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask ($24)
“Especially with my Velvet Rodeo residency in Las Vegas, the dry air can really have an impact,” Lambert says. “I love all of the Laneige hydration products to keep me going—especially this lip mask.”
This lip mask is Laneige’s best-seller for a reason, packed with berries, shea butter, and vitamin C for powerful overnight hydration. Perfect for dry climates, this mask promises eight hours of hydration to keep dry and flaky skin at bay.
EltaMD UV Daily Tinted Broad-Spectrum SPF 40 ($38)
“I’ve learned over the years that it’s so important to protect your skin with sunscreen, especially when you’re on outdoor stages a lot like I am,” Lambert says. “Even if I’m not spending a lot of time in the sun, though, I try to remember to apply this every day.”
This mineral sunscreen provides SPF 40 protection alongside skin-loving antioxidants and niacinamides. Our dermatologists love it for sensitive skin and skin over 50.
“They even have some tinted options when you want a little coverage without a full face of makeup,” Lambert adds.