Chloe Grace Moretz: ‘Olive oil is my skin saviour!’
Chloe Grace Moretz doesn’t wear any make-up when she’s not working, but adds a little shimmer with a glow stick.
Chloe Grace Moretz maintains her flawless complexion by cleansing with olive oil.
As one of Hollywood’s hottest young actresses, Chloe has her pick when it comes to skincare and cosmetic products. But instead of popping to her local department store to buy a cleanser, the Kick-Ass star doesn’t need to look any further than her kitchen cupboard.
“I wash my skin with olive oil — straight-up olive oil,” Chloe told America’s Vogue magazine. “You rub it on your face until it all comes off clear.”
The 19-year-old blonde beauty told the publication she’s “obsessed” with skincare, and is also a big fan of experimenting with different beauty looks. However, when it comes to making the most of a rare day off, Chloe prefers to keep things relatively simple.
“Pat McGrath’s Skin Fetish 003 glow stick is amazing,” she said. “I’m completely obsessed. I don’t wear any make-up anymore when I’m not working — just that little bit of shimmer.
“And then Chantecaille cover stick, underneath the eyes and in the nasolabial fold (smile lines). An eyebrow brush and eyebrow gel too. That’s all you need."
While there are some high end names in Chloe’s make-up bag, she also likes cheaper products too. Among her favourites is Revlon’s PhotoReady Primer + Eyeshadow palette in Metropolitan, which she frequently uses to create her trademark look.
“My go-to (beauty for a night out) is a good smoky eye with a nude pink-y lip. Sometimes I’ll do a red lip, but you know I’m having a really wild night!” she smiled. “I honestly use some of the cheapest stuff. I like Revlon colour palettes, or L’Oreal. It works!”
Chloe is newly single, having recently split from Brooklyn Beckham, the son of Victoria and David Beckham.
She is also taking some time to re-evaluate her priorities in life, telling The Hollywood Reporter recently: "I pulled the plug on all my movies because I want to reassess who I am and find myself within my roles again. I'm realising that I can slow down."
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