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DESCRIBE YOUR DAILY BEAUTY ROUTINE... In the morning I fully cleanse and follow with an exfoliator. I then apply Sanctuary Active Reverse Power Peptide Serum, followed by the Sanctuary Active Reverse Peptide Protect Day Cream SPF20, both of which hydrate and protect my skin. The only time I wear full make-up is in the evenings.


WHAT ARE YOUR MUST-HAVE SKINCARE PRODUCTS? I get quite dehydrated so I use a facial oil at night as it hydrates my skin leaving it feeling fresh when I wake up.


Darcey Bussell


WHAT ARE YOUR ESSENTIAL COSMETICS? After growing up in the theatre I enjoy not having to wear make-up any more but when I do, my essentials are Laura Mercier Tinted Moisturiser SPF20, which I dab onto my cheekbones as a highlighter; Benefit Ooh La Lift under-eye brightener, and MAC Bronzing Powder for evenings.


WHAT’S THE ONE BEAUTY PRODUCT YOU CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT? Maybelline Falsies Mascara. I don’t wear make-up every day but I do try to apply mascara daily. I have mascaras all over the place - in my handbags, car - there’s always one to hand!


WHAT’S YOUR FAVOURITE FEATURE TO ACCENTUATE IF YOU’RE GLAMMING UP? My lips. If I’m dressing up I’ll use a fab lipstick, like MAC Spice.


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Sanctuary Spa Active Reverse skincare


WHAT’S YOUR BEST BIT OF BEAUTY ADVICE? To keep your eyes looking open and big, never bring the eyeliner to the end of the eye, always lift it slightly at the end. I also apply my blush higher than my cheek bones to accentuate them.


HOW DO YOU LIKE TO PAMPER YOURSELF? I like to put on a face mask and take time out. My new favourite is the Sanctuary Active Reverse 30 Day Thermal Transformation Mask; I apply it and then relax as it warms up on my skin.


DESCRIBE YOUR DAILY BEAUTY ROUTINE... It’s minimal - shower, moisturising cream, a bit of mascara, bit of lip gloss, top knot in my hair and I’m good to go. A spritz of Impulse is great for a fragrance boost when I’m on the move all day. It’s very different when I’m working - it can take two hours but when I’m getting ready myself it’s more like 20 minutes flat.


WHAT ARE YOUR MUST-HAVE SKINCARE PRODUCTS? At the moment, I’m using Sisley. It’s a real treat. You only get one face and one thing I’m not ashamed to admit I spend a bit of money on is face cream. On my body I either use cocoa butter or coconut oil to keep my skin soft.


WHAT ARE YOUR ESSENTIAL COSMETICS? I love Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream - it’s a classic. It doesn’t matter how many lip balms I try, I always end up going back to that. MAC Zoom Lash mascara is brilliant.


Alesha Dixon


WHAT’S THE ONE BEAUTY PRODUCT YOU CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT? My number one is coconut oil. It’s just really natural and a real multi-tasking product for skin and hair.


WHAT’S YOUR FAVOURITE FEATURE TO ACCENTUATE IF YOU’RE GLAMMING UP? I love nails - I even co-ordinate my polish to my outfit! When my stylist recommends things for me to wear, she’ll add a little note recommending what nail colour to wear. Attention to detail really makes a difference.


WHAT’S YOUR BEST BIT OF BEAUTY ADVICE? I think water is your best friend. If you drink at least two litres a day it just helps keep your skin looking really lovely. I swear by it, and green tea as well. I also use ice under my eyes to reduce puffiness.


Britain’s Got Talent judge and face of


Impulse Sweet Smile bodyspray


HOW DO YOU LIKE TO PAMPER YOURSELF? I like to put a treatment on my hair. Again, I’d probably use my trusty coconut oil or Moroccanoil. After Britain’s Got Talent, I had so many things done to my nails, they were so weak, so I try to do a mini treatment on my nails most nights.


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