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Ariana Grande: Beauty takes no time

Published 12/10/2015

Ariana Grande
Ariana Grande

Singer Ariana Grande has shared the most important parts of her beauty routine.

(Cover) - EN Star Style - Pop star Ariana Grande is obsessed with skincare, but relies on a quick and convenient regime because she doesn't have a lot of time.

The 22-year-old singer is constantly working, whether she's releasing new music or promoting her debut perfume, ARI by Ariana Grande. For all events the brunette star ensures she's looking her best, which especially means keeping her complexion clear.

"I'm skincare obsessed, but at the same time I have a really busy schedule, so I use things that are quick and convenient," she explained to People magazine. "I take my make-up off with Burt's Bees wipes. I don't sleep much, so I need concealer in my life every day. I use Kevyn Aucoin."

Ariana loves rocking lashings of mascara and has several products to hand at all times, with MAC her favourite. She gets so caught up in applying it that her make-up artist Daniel Chinchilla often has to say when enough is enough.

Manicures are another beauty must on Ariana's list, even if she can't sit still during her appointments. "I'm always so fidgety, you don't want to do my nails," she laughed. "I'm like, 'Hold on, give me my right hand for one more second!'"

She may not be the easiest celebrity to make over, but Ariana does enjoy going all out. Not one for holding back, she urges everyone to experiment with their appearance without feeling judged by others.

"We're all different, so I think, 'Do whatever the hell you want!'" she added. "Everyone should be able to express themselves with hair, make-up, fashion, art, music, and it should be accepted - and celebrated."

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