June 23, 2020
British Supermodel Naomi Campbell took ten minutes to share her beauty routine with Vogue’s Beauty Secrets video.
Many wonder what it takes to be able to get glammed up to the level of a supermodel. Naomi Campbell made things seem effortless in her new video as she touches on all the basics that need to be done to be at one’s best.
STARTING WITH A FRESH FACE
The model-actress began the process by spraying Serozinc Toner, a product she uses from La Roche-Posay, followed by applying Vitamin E oil and moisturizing hyaluronic acid serum.
She coupled the step with a derma roller to induce collagen and increase overall skin improvement. Campbell warned the viewers to be careful with such instruments since they can be very sharp.
She made it clear that models with dark skin lack proper representation as compared to white women.
She then began with a Sublime Perfection Concealer, which she advised people with dark skin to use different shades since using a single one doesn’t go all too well.
Moving on to the eyebrows, Campbell admitted her lack of skill with the area. She first combed her arches for a beautiful clean look then proceeded to highlight the features of her cheekbones, jawline, and eye sockets with a contour blush duo.
Like any ordinary beginner, Campbell thought that every inch of her skin had to be covered by the product, admitting that that’s how her younger self-perceived supermodels to be.
The entire process was finished off with the eyes and the lips. The Fashion Icon awardee grabbed her Pat McGrath’s Divine Rose II and experimented with multiple colors.
She topped things with a metallic pink shade on her eyelids. As for her lips, she just used a Pat McGrath Labs lipstick with a transparent gloss.
CAMPBELL TALKS ABOUT BLACK MODELS IN THE INDUSTRY
Although Campbell made it big in the industry, she recently admitted that other women of the same color are struggling.
She made it clear that models with dark skin lack proper representation as compared to white women. There are still differences in the preferences and the pay between different races.
As her name continues to shine in the modeling business, the supermodel words to help others get the equal pay they deserve.
However, Campbell recognizes the fact that black women are getting more recognition -- something that she feels happy about.