STELLA’S BEAUTY SUPERS
Work it like Stella with her favourite beauty tips and tricks
In addition to drinking gallons of water on long-haul flights, I use SK-II Facial Treatment Mask , to quench and plump my skin. Sometimes, I’ll pop eye-patch masks on underneath, for a double dose.
My favourite fragrance is Victoria’s Secret Bombshell . It’s a fruity and an energetic twist on the original Bombshell.
I’m big on eyeliner and mascara. My go-to is the Max Factor 2000 Calorie Curl Addict Mascara . Because the wand is so brilliantly shaped, I don’t have to curl my lashes. So much volume and lift with so little effort!
Constant travelling and little sleep can lead to breakouts, but the tiniest amount of Mario Badescu Drying Lotion  zaps each and every spot.
If I ever have a skincare dilemma, I always find that make-up artists have the answer. Wendy Rowe is full of knowledge. I worked on the Max Factor campaign with her, but I also love Tom Pecheux, who did my make-up for the VS show.
Working on my body all-year-round, rather than just before a big event or show, has definitely changed my life. I do a lot of yoga and have a personal trainer, so any chance I have I’ll go train. Sometimes, it’s not hard-core; it could just be yoga, concentrating on meditation and stretching.
I got into yoga following a Victoria’s Secret swim trip, where they wanted to film a sequence of us all doing yoga – I literally freaked out, I was terrible. But all the models started taking lessons from Candice [Swanepoel] – she is a yoga goddess, and now I’m pretty good at it.
Wellness pills are essential for my general health and to stop me getting sick. I also like to take a fish oil supplement to enhance my hair, skin and nails.
1. Victoria’s Secret Bombshell, £61.82. 2. Mario Badescu Drying Lotion, £16. 3. Weleda Skin Food, £10.95. 4. Bare Biology Lion Heart Omega-3, £6.50 for 28 capsules. 5. Max Factor Lasting Performance Foundation, £9.99. 6. Max Factor Bronzer, £9.99. 7....