In the head-spinning age of multistep skin-care routines and mic-drop make-up launches, The One is an area for minimalists to pontificate on a single magnificence product that has discovered a longtime spot of their rigorously curated routines.
Though the supermodel and Jean-Paul Gaultier muse Alexandra Agoston has grow to be well-accustomed to carrying layers of transformative make-up throughout her years spent on runways and units, whereas at dwelling in New York she prefers a extra stripped-back strategy to her complexion: “When I’m not working, I try to keep my skin [routine] as minimal as possible,” she tells Vogue from her SoHo loft. So minimal, in reality, that she usually reaches for less than a single product: Costa Brazil’s Kaya Face Oil.
“I was immediately hooked,” the Parley for the Oceans ambassador says of the light-weight method, which accommodates sustainably-sourced substances similar to kaya, cacay, and breu from the Amazon rainforest. “Some oils are really heavy and make your skin really shiny, but this is almost like a matte oil; it doesn’t have that slimy feeling,” she provides, noting that it could even assist take away cussed eyeliner or mascara. Day-to-day, nonetheless, Agoston—who additionally credit her otherworldly complexion to a excessive water consumption and weekly sweat periods with Flatiron Pilates’s Amy Nelms—skips make-up completely and presses just some drops of the potent elixir into her pores and skin post-shower. “The reason I like it,” she continues, “is that it’s perfect on its own.”
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