Celebri­ties and beauty in­sid­ers share their most use­ful beauty tips.

Simply Her (Singapore) - - Cover Reads - BY SI­MONE WU

Celebri­ties and beauty in­sid­ers share.

“Lo­cal songstress Kit Chan told me that ap­ply­ing a thick layer of mois­turiser be­fore go­ing to bed can help your skin look ra­di­ant and plumped up the next day.” – Peter Khor, makeup artist

My mum taught ht me to splash wa­ter on n my face 20 times be­fore bed­time. Her tip has worked very well for me, and Mum’s um’s skin still looks re­ally ra­di­ant.” – Fann Wong, ac­tress

“Sk­inceu­ti­cals found­ing sci­en­tist, Dr Shel­don Pin­nell, once told me that sun­screen alone is not enough to pro­tect you from UV and in­frared rays. You should also use skin­care with an­tiox­i­dants like vitamin C to fur­ther pro­tect your skin.” – Jazreel Low, CEO of As­mara Life­style

“My mum, a trained aes­theti­cian, al­ways stressed sun pro­tec­tion to stave off pre­ma­ture age­ing.” – Dr Calvin Chan, med­i­cal di­rec­tor of Calvin Chan Aes­thetic & Laser Clinic

“My grand­mother says I should al­ways take time to take care of my­self. She got me started on beauty rou­tines when I was six.” – Liv Tyler, Hol­ly­wood ac­tress and Pan­tene am­bas­sador

“The late Kevyn Au­coin, ucoin, Amer­i­can makeup artist, once said that no amount mount of makeup can mask sk an ugly heart. This s in­spires me to help p women bring out their heir beauty from the in­side.” – Larry Yeo, o, makeup artist

“I saw a gym poster that said ex­er­cise is the most ef­fec­tive plas­tic surgery. I be­lieve that if you are fit and healthy, you don’t need to do much to look beau­ti­ful.” – Alexan­der Lee Euse­bio, Kore­abased ac­tor, singer and Left Pro­file artiste

“I have to thank my mother for teach­ing me about the dan­gers of UV rays when I was in sec­ondary school. I’ve been pro­tect­ing my skin since.”

– Rui En, ac­tress and L’Oreal Paris Youth Code am­bas­sador

“Fel­low SK-II am­bas­sador Qiqi taught me this: Add cleanser to an ice- cold towel, then clean your face with it – it gets rid of dead skin cells.” – Lee Sin­jie, ac­tress and SK- II am­bas­sador

“My best friend’s mother, who has the most in­cred­i­ble, aw­less skin, told me to in­vest in a great mois­turiser and ap­ply it lib­er­ally twice a day.”

– Jaymee Ong, ac­tress and True Yoga am­bas­sador

“Laura Mercier’s skin al­ways looks fresh and flaw­less even af­ter a long-haul flight or a long work day. She told me that her se­cret was to treat her skin like a baby.” – Ben­jamin Ruiz, Laura Mercier global makeup artist

“Dr Daniel Maes, sci­en­tist and vice-pres­i­dent of Global Re­search and De­vel­op­ment at the Es­tee Lauder Lab­o­ra­to­ries, now re­tired, told me that skin­care need not be com­pli­cated to be ef­fec­tive. It should be sim­ple and a plea­sure to use.” – Jo Yong, brand gen­eral man­ager of Es­tee Lauder

“A close friend and med­i­cal di­rec­tor of The Belle Clinic, Dr May­belle Tan, told me that ex­fo­li­at­ing is about us­ing the right pH bal­ance of skin-resur­fac­ing acids for a clearer, smoother and less wrin­kled com­plex­ion.” – Maddy Bar­ber, Kiss92 DJ

“Af­ter ap­ply­ing anti-age­ing skin­care, use what’s left over on your neck, shoul­ders and hands. My mum gave me this ad­vice and it has made a huge dif­fer­ence to th­ese oft­ne­glected ar­eas over the years.” – Dr Low Chai Ling, med­i­cal di­rec­tor of The Sloane Clinic

“Lulu Yeo, one of my beauty school teach­ers, told me to cleanse and mois­turise ev­ery day be­fore bed­time.” – Andy Lee, celebrity makeup artist

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