“I’ve been in the beauty industry for over 50 years,” Brooke Shields tells us in our exclusive video interview. “It took me decades to discover what I Beauty-wise, I thought I was.” A pop culture icon, Shields grew up in the public eye; her modeling career began at age 11. “For a long time, I didn’t look at myself in the mirror, because everyone looked at me and they were all focused on my face,” she shares in the final installation of our project. Inside my beauty bag prerogative. American model and actress famous for her movies Beautiful baby And Blue Lagoon, reveals that motherhood is what changes things. “When I got pregnant, I realized I was beautiful,” she admits.
Since becoming a parent, her relationship with beauty has evolved for other reasons beyond her perspective on herself. “I see the insecurity that my daughters experience,” she says, touching on how “toxic” beauty ideals can be. Recalling the culture of comparison that affects her daughters, she said, “I constantly have to tell them: ‘Your beauty is yours, it is unique and special. Love it because everyone will try to take that away from you.'”
Her image is a perfect example of celebrating uniqueness; The beauty signatures of her wavy natural hair and famously full eyebrows have endured countless trend cycles. Shields’ reluctance to pluck eyebrows (from a young age, she recalls) has clearly benefited her, and while she explains that her brows are “graying” and “their texture has changed,” she keeps her brow hairs well-groomed, keeping them looking the same as before. healthy as always. The 58-year-old shows off her favorite styling product: Trish McEvoy’s Eyebrow Perfector, shares a moisturizing stick pomade that sets the hair in place, as well as a grooming tip that involves threading. “This is what I use to separate my lashes after applying mascara. [the Tarte Tartlett tubing formula]; “I also use it to comb my eyebrows.”
Because of her long shiny locks, her in-shower routine “focuses entirely on scalp health,” which she’s mastered when styling her own hair from home. Dyson Airwrap (using her daughter’s) she laughs because it took her a while to figure it out.
Shields also offers many skin care tips in the video. Her favorite cleansing balm is from the brand she loves and clearly loves. Real Botanicals. “It’s delicious; magic in the pot,” he says Ginger Turmeric Cleansing Balm, this skin remains “clean but not peeling”. She also swears by the brand Pure Shine Oil (She also uses it to treat her eyebrows) and likes to apply it to her skin with a gua sha or jade roller she keeps in the freezer. “It just feels good, I don’t know if it will do anything, I just know it feels good!”
However, for further treatments, he consulted dermatologist Dr. who lives in Manhattan. Macreen trusts Aliatus. “I’ll do it all!” Enjoying their expert services. “Finished Fraxel [laser resurfacing]He exfoliated, he did everything…”.
Discover Shields’ words of beauty wisdom, product tips, and trusty tips in the captivating video interview above.