Cindy Crawford doesn't wear very much make-up because she doesn't need to hide her skin.
Cindy Crawford barely wears any make-up because she's got ''good'' skin.
The 51-year-old supermodel has a minimal beauty routine for her day-to-day look because she doesn't have many blemishes or flaws which she feels the need to conceal.
She explained: ''I use my own line, Meaningful Beauty, on my skin. I love our day cream, which has SPF and antioxidants. I've got my makeup down to three minutes. It's a nude, natural look. As I've gotten older, I wear less makeup because my skin looks good, so I'm not trying to hide it.
''I apply By Terry foundation, a little concealer, and some powder, then I comb my eyebrows and finish with a tiny bit of eye shadow, mascara, blush, and lip gloss.
''I've also been going to facialist Cristina Radu for 15 years for microdermabrasion.''
And, after a day at work, Cindy - who has children Presley, 18, and Kaia, 16, with husband Rande Gerber - can't wait to take her make-up off when she gets home.
She told HarpersBazaar.com: ''I wash my face the second I get in because otherwise the family are like, 'Who are you?' ''
And the catwalk icon takes an equally simplistic approach when it comes to styling her hair.
She said: ''My hair takes five minutes if I'm not starting from scratch. If I have it blown out at a shoot, I'll make it last. I'll pin it up at night in a loose bun, then run smoothing serum on the ends or blow out a few strands in the morning.''
Cindy favours a ''casual'' look when it comes to her wardrobe, but has go-to staples she turns to when she needs to look more glamorous.
She said: ''We live by the beach in Malibu, and I love the casual lifestyle; you can go anywhere in yoga clothes. If I have to head into town for meetings, I'll wear trousers.
''I don't wear dresses and skirts except when I'm going to an event. Chloé and Stella McCartney are my go-tos, then I put on heels and a belt, and I'll feel pulled together.''
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