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12 brilliant celeb beauty secrets you can actually afford to try

04 July 2016, 08:14Marisa Crous

Celebrities and models are known for their flawless skin, hair and, well, basically everything else. They have tried some of the world's best and most expensive products and treatments, which is why we think they might just teach us a thing or two about beauty...

Kendall Jenner's blemish free skin, Miranda Kerr's shiny hair - let's just face it, we want to copy that flawlessness.

We did a bit of research and some celebrity beauty secrets have gone public! And even better news is that we can afford almost all of them!

From olive oil to Vaseline, here are 12 beauty secrets you should try...


According to E!Online, Kendall Jenner has over 12 cups of tea every day. That's how she says she stays hydrated, hence giving her that beautiful model glow.


A photo posted by Kendall Jenner (@kendalljenner) on

Olivia Wilde told Stylist.co.uk that she only uses cheaper skincare as it always works wonders on her skin. She currently uses a Cetaphil cleanser. Zoe Saldana apparently also loves this cleanser to bits!

Talented actress, Amy Adams have told Vogue that she swears by La Mer skincare. Adams loves how it works to fight skin dryness. I must agree - it is the best!

A photo posted by Beyoncé (@beyonce) on

Beyoncé has told Instyle that her best advice is, no matter where you are or how tired you might be, to always stay moisturised.

Kate Winslet says eye cream is always her best investment.


Aussie supermodel, Miranda Kerr swears by apple cider vinegar, says E!Online, it apparently keeps her hair shiny as can be.

Gwyneth Paltrow loves to run olive oil through her tresses. OilveOilTimes reported that Paltrow suggests using olive oil and a few drops of essential oil as an alternative to a hair mask.

Charlize Theron is Moroccanoil's biggest fan! She has said that it has helped restore her locks from colouring damage.  Stylist.co.uk reported that she uses the oil as a leave-in conditioner.


Reality TV star and all-round cool kid, Lauren Conrad, told E!Online that her white eyeliner is her most prized possession - it really helps to make eyes pop!

Mary J. Blige has said that her best beauty advice is to wash your face properly, twice a day, to rid it of all make-up and dirt. We don't want those clogged pores!

Rachel Bilson uses Vaseline or petroleum jelly to remove make-up. She has told Stylist.co.uk that it's great for removing stubborn eye make-up.



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