Model and actress, Kelly Brook insists a few staple beauty products and staying hydrated keeps her looking good while travelling.
Kelly Brook has revealed her secret to looking good on the go.
The model and actress is frequently travelling and has admitted that the constant jet-setting could easily take a toll on her beauty regime.
However, the brunette beauty revealed that simply drinking enough water and using a drugstore moisturiser helps her maintain her clear complexion.
She told OK! magazine: ''Get enough sleep and drink plenty of water to keep hydrated. My go-to product would be E45 Dermatological Cream - so simple but incredibly effective, especially when I'm travelling a lot. I also slather on Yonka's Age Defence Serum.
''I make sure to take the time out to relax with a massage or a facial - great for your skin and also so important to have that time to yourself.''
Kelly also shared her favourite make-up products and emphasised how much she loves contouring her cheeks to create a golden glow.
She explained: ''I'm a huge fan of Tom Ford's make-up so you'd find a bronzer and his contouring brush. When it comes to foundation, I'm a fan of Chanel Vitalumiere and my all-time favourite mascara is YSL volumising mascara. I wear my own Kelly Brook Beauty Nail Polish and I'm also never without Lancaster Sun Beauty Silky Milk Fast Tan Optimizer.''
Kelly, 34, also admitted that her constant jet-setting has prompted her to change her wardrobe and she is now starting to adapt to the laid-back Californian lifestyle.
She said: ''At the moment my style is very 'LA casual' and I've been buying a lot of pieces from Lululemon. I also love New Look - I work with them a lot. It makes me so happy to when people tell me they are wearing my designs.''
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