You glow, girl!

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BEE Shapiro asked top mod­els Stella Maxwell and Hai­ley Bald­win about their skin care and make-up tips.

STELLA MAXWELL, 28

Stella, who grew up in Bel­gium and New Zealand, is best known for her work with Vic­to­ria’s Se­cret.

SKIN CARE

I don’t feel awake in the morn­ing un­less I’ve show­ered. I use Dove soap, and I put co­conut oil on my body af­ter­wards. I clean my face with a cleanser from my der­ma­tol­o­gist. I also like to use the Bio­derma micellar wa­ter af­ter the shower. I do just a layer of it to make sure my skin is re­ally clean. It takes off any left­over eye make-up as well.

Rose­wa­ter & Glyc­erin spray is amaz­ing as a mist.

If I get on a plane, I put on a mask for an hour and then wash it off.

Some­times when I’m watch­ing TV at home, I cut some aloe vera leaves and use the in­side gel part as a mask. I buy the leaves at health food stores.

HAI­LEY BALD­WIN, 21

Hai­ley grew up in Rock­land County, New York, and lives in Brook­lyn. The daugh­ter of ac­tor Stephen Bald­win, and wife of Justin Bieber, she has mod­elled for Tommy Hil­figer, Guess and oth­ers, and she is a beauty am­bas­sador for BareMin­er­als.

MAKE-UP

When I’m off-duty, I usu­ally wear min­i­mal make-up. I have no prob­lem show­ing my bare skin and a lot of the time when I’m pho­tographed, I’m not wear­ing any make-up.

I know that not ev­ery­one is com­fort­able with their skin. Some peo­ple feel con­fi­dent only with a full face on. It’s what­ever works for you. Just be true to your­self.

But if I’m not com­pletely barefaced, I like prod­ucts that are good for my skin. I use a lit­tle bit of con­cealer, mas­cara and Com­plex­ion Res­cue by BareMin­er­als. I re­ally like the BarePro Glow. It’s like a liq­uid blush and high­lighter in one. For day­time I wear I use pow­dered bronzer.

I love a nude lip­stick that’s as close as pos­si­ble to the nat­u­ral shade of my lips.

STELLA MAXWELL

HAI­LEY BALD­WIN

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