Glow like an angel! Model Karlie Kloss details the speedy four-step skincare routine she used on the morning of the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show - which started off with ICING her face
- The 25-year-old supermodel walked in the show in Shanghai earlier this month; the catwalk event airs on TV tonight
- On Monday, she uploaded a YouTube video with facialist Georgia Louise that had been recorded the morning of the show
- Karlie had just a few minutes to prep her skin
- Georgia walked her through a 20-second ice bath, a mask, a serum with a quick facial massage, and the use of freeze sticks?
Karlie Kloss shared the last-minute beauty tricks she used to make her skin glow for the Victoria's Secret Fashion show.
On Monday, the 25-year-old supermodel shared a video on her YouTube channel with celebrity facialist Georgia Louise, who flew to Shanghai?to take care of some of the Angels' skin before the big event.
Gushing that Georgia has 'hands of magic,' she introduced her to share four 'amazing hacks' to improve your skin in just a few minutes.?
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Strutting her stuff! Karlie Kloss walked in the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show this year in Shanghai
See it: The show took place on November 20 but airs tonight on CBS
Gorgeous The stunning 25-year-old looked flawless and had glowing skin
Just a few minutes... In a new video, she shares the last-minute skincare tricks she used that morning
Freezing! She starts off by splashing her face with ice water for 20 seconds
Brr! The technique tightens skin and helped wake Karlie up
When the video starts, it is 7:40am on the day of the big show, and Karlie says she has to be in the lobby to get working in 20 minutes — so their routine will have to be fast.
Georgia starts by placing a big bowl of ice water on Karlie lap, explaining that submerging one's face in it for 20 seconds can do wonders.
'It may sound really horrible, but trust me, it's gonna tighten and brighten your skin,' she says, demonstrating by holding her face close to the bowl and repeatedly bring the cubes up to rub on her face.
Karlie cringes but follows instructions, proclaiming when she's done: 'I'm up! There's no question about that.'
For the second step, Georgia says that they don't have time to cleanse Karlie's face, and instead will do a mask. She pulls out a bowl with a white cream in it, which she says is brightening and hydrating.
Circulation: Celebrity?facialist Georgia Louise appeared in the video to share her tricks, which also including using a face mask and massaging it in
Speedy skin: She demonstrated the tricks that can be used in a hurry
Moisturized: Georgia also likes using a serum after the face mask
Rub it: Finally, she whipped out two metal freeze sticks
Cold: Georgia used them to massage Karlie's face but said spoons kept in the freezer would do
'Any cream mask is a really good choice,' she says, claiming that it is more effective than a cleanser.
Dropping a dime-sized dollop into Karlie's palms, she demonstrates warming the cream between her hands before the two start rubbing it on their faces, massaging it in for a few moments.
Showing off her go-to techniques, she moves her hands over her forehead toward her hair line, then over her brows, and around the bridge of her nose. Finally, she moves over her cheeks and chin.?
'We're gonna have a lot of make-up on today for the show, so we want to have a good foundation,' Karlie says.?
Georgia, who has worked with skin for 22 years, then shows how to wipe the mask off before moving onto the third step, a hydrating serum.?
Ooh-la-la! The video was filmed just hours before Karlie hit the runway
Clean slate: She wanted to get her face ready for the make-up artists to work
Perfect palette: She looked gorgeous at the big event that evening
Working it: Karlie modeled two looks at the show, including this ?one with floral wings
Sporty: She also wore this more casual ensemble of plaid lingerie
As we age... The star admitted that she always had good skin but recently has been having more trouble with it
Explaining why this is important, she notes that women don't want to put something heavy on their skin before applying make-up, but at the same time Karlie doesn't want to present a cracked, peeling face to make-up artist.
Karlie admits she has been having trouble with her skin lately and is just now learning to take better care of it, saying, 'I really took for granted having good skin.'
With the serum on, they demonstrate tapotment, a Swedish massage technique that stimulates skin. They each dot their fingers all over their faces
Finally, for the last step, Georgia takes out a pair of freeze sticks, metal tools that are kept in the freezer and look like clunky spoons. She says actual metal spoons can work in the absence of these freeze sticks and massages Karlie's face with them.
Clearly, Georgia's tricks work well, as images from the show depict a glowing Karlie on the catwalk.?
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