Taylor Hill grooms her signature eyebrows with black mascara.
The model is one of the most sought-after names in the fashion business, having walked the runway for the likes of Victoria’s Secret, Versace, Fendi and Chanel.
Taylor has now shared some of top beauty tips in a video for Vogue.com, including the way in which she styles her bold brows.
“I have really dark eyebrows and I never fill them, I just take some of the mascara away (off the spoolie brush) and I’m just gonna use that instead to just make them go up,” she said, going on to demonstrate how she uses the mascara brush to shape her arches. “My eyebrows are out of control half the time, I never pluck them or anything. When I was 12, 13 I used to have a unibrow so I would beg my mom to wax my eyebrows but she would never do it because she was like, ‘You have eyebrows like Brooke Shields.’ She did pluck them for me in the middle just so I wouldn’t have a unibrow.”
Taylor went on to share that she doesn’t pluck underneath her eyebrows as she wants them to “be wild”.
She spoke about her daily skincare regime too, insisting that she uses lots of hydrating products, including a serum, moisturiser and eye cream underneath her cosmetics.
“My skin gets really dry from travel so when I do my make-up I always extra prep – I use three skincare products before I even put make-up on. If you wear make-up over dry skin, it doesn’t last as long,” the 22-year-old commented.
Taylor applies powder all over her face but mostly over the T-zone, and as a Lancome brand ambassador, she uses one of the company’s contouring palettes along with two colours of concealer – one peachier and one with a yellow base – to cover any undereye circles.
And while she uses make-up to even out her complexion, the brunette beauty swears cutting out one food group prior to big events makes a real difference to her skin.
“Before the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, I do all kinds of preparations. I usually start about a month in advance and I cut all dairy from my diet, no cheese, no milk – which is really hard because it means no pizza, no macaroni and cheese, none of the things that I really love,” she sighed. “But it’s worth it because I really start to notice a difference in my skin after maybe just two weeks of it.”
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