Star cabi­net Jesinta Franklin’s skin­care se­crets.

Olay am­bas­sador Jesinta Franklin shares her beauty tips for sea­sonal skin­care, scents and spring rac­ing

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - Stellar - - Contents -

Be­tween the make-up I wear for work and all the fly­ing I do, I have to take ex­tra good care of my skin. I get a Hy­drafa­cial once every cou­ple of months, and I eat foods like ma­cadamia nuts, salmon and avo­cado to help me glow from the in­side out. I drink lots of wa­ter, ex­er­cise reg­u­larly, and I love in­frared saunas, too; I feel like my skin al­ways glows af­ter one. My skin­care reg­i­men is very strict and I stick to it no mat­ter what, even when I’m fly­ing or trav­el­ling. In win­ter I lather on a night cream, but I find in sum­mer I don’t need to use as much. All the Olay day mois­turis­ers I use have SPF in them, so I al­ways put those on be­fore I leave the house, and I wear a hat and sun­glasses when I am out­doors. On my days off, I like to keep things nat­u­ral and fresh. I’ve been able to master that dewy, no-make-up make-up look – but I can’t ap­ply fake eye­lashes to save my­self and am yet to con­quer the art of ap­ply­ing eye­liner. For spring rac­ing, I like to have fun with a bold-coloured lip [Franklin will be at­tend­ing Stakes Day on Satur­day as the Moët & Chan­don am­bas­sador]. De­pend­ing on the out­fit, I might go for a nice red, pink or orange lip­stick from Tom Ford, Char­lotte Til­bury or Dior. I had re­ally bushy brows as a kid. Af­ter years of be­ing teased and ask­ing Mum and Dad, they fi­nally let me get them waxed when I was around 13 or 14. I wish they didn’t – it’s my big­gest beauty re­gret. Now I spend all my time fill­ing them in with Hour­glass and M.A.C eye­brow pen­cils and Glossier Boy Brow gel, and wish­ing I had a fuller brow. I wear Dior’s Miss Dior fra­grance and mix it up with dif­fer­ent es­sen­tial oils. Buddy [Franklin, her hus­band] wears Dior Sau­vage, which I love on him; it’s re­ally mas­cu­line and strong. My go-to mani/pedi colours are nudes be­cause I have to keep things nat­u­ral for work. When I get time off I mix it up be­tween grey, white, red or black. I find those colours go with most things. I feel naked with­out a mani/pedi. My hair is sub­ject to so much blowdry­ing and tong­ing on set, so I like to let it dry nat­u­rally when I can. I use Mr. Smith Serum and Ouai Dry Sham­poo Foam at home, and I visit the salon a fair bit for treat­ments. I get my fringe trimmed reg­u­larly as it grows so fast.

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