Move over, beauty vloggers! There's a new beauty guru in town, and her name is Drew Barrymore.
In her recent tie-up with Vogue, she sat in front of the camera and did a get ready with me video, just like your favorite YouTube guru. It was nothing fancy schmancy. It was just the Drew we all know and love, applying makeup and sharing to the Internet her favorite beauty products. And she did it all in a matter of minutes!
“I don’t have a lot of sit-down-at-the-vanity-table, old-fashioned luxury of time,” says the actress. “It’s so real for us girls. We really do our makeup on the go.”
We're right there with you, Drew!
First things first, Drew emphasized the importance of having clean hands for makeup application. Then she started off with foundation - she uses one of her own, the Flower Skincognito Stick Foundation and applied it all over her place using her hands. She then proceeded with applying highlighter and contour powder on the high points of her face. She used another one of her products, the Flower Lift & Sculpt Contouring Palette. She also put in a little bit of blush on her cheeks, and just a tiny bit on her brow bone. To set it all in, she used a small amount of moisturizer (Kiehl’s Ultra Face Cream) and tapped it all over! That's a pretty unique trick you got there, Drew.
For her pout, Drew used MAC Lip Liner in Magenta (funnily enough, she first thought its name was Flamingo) and By Terry Rouge-Expert Click Stick in Pink Pong. And for powder, she used Colorscience Sunforgettable Mineral Powder Brush SPF 50. To cover up her seemingly non-existent blemishes, she used Flower Lighten Up! Brightening Concealer. To finish the look, she volumized her lashes by using the Dior Diorshow Mascara, which she revealed she is a big fan of.
Drew is a self-confessed beauty junkie, which makes her all the more relatable.
Just look at that medicine cabinet!
And there's more!
She also has a hefty amount of products on her to-go beauty bag.
She's also admittedly addicted to face masks. Because who isn't?! Face masks are everything.
Just keep doing you, Drew. It makes us feel better about doing us.