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Leona Lewis’ all-natural skincare regime

Published 23/04/2016

Leona Lewis
Leona Lewis

Leona Lewis loves wearing glittering nails when she’s on stage as they “catch the light and sparkle”.

Leona Lewis prefers keeping things natural when it comes to her skincare regime.

The 31-year-old singer shot to fame when she won British television show The X Factor back in 2006. Since then she’s gone on to have a hugely successful singing career and is envied by fans worldwide thanks to her unique sense of style and flawless complexion.

While she can afford the most expensive skincare items, Leona instead prefers to look closer to home for the products she uses.

However, there is one brand which does make the list – Caudalie, for their Instant Foaming Cleanser.

“Their moisturiser and cleanser are my go-to skincare products which I will always buy,” Leona explained to Britain’s new! magazine. “Everything else my mum makes me from natural ingredients.”

It’s not only her skincare products that Leona gets from her mother Maria. She also prefers to use her carefully created oils instead of manufactured scents.

“I don’t really wear perfume,” Leona added. “I prefer to wear oils that my mum makes as I think they’re more subtle and don’t overpower.

“But when I was younger, I used to wear The Body Shop’s White Musk Fragrance Mist.”

One thing Leona does like in the summer months though is a hair fragrance. Fekkai’s Hair Fragrance Mist is a favourite of the singer’s, as she explained: “I sometimes wear hair fragrances in the summer when I’ve come off the beach. “This has an amazing citrus scent to it.”

Like many performers, Leona has one set of make-up for her daily life and one for on stage. When it comes to changing for a performance though, the stunning star has one thing she loves – a little glitter.

“I’m obsessed with anything glittery,” she laughed. “These KISS Gel Fantasy nails in Fanciful look amazing on stage as they catch the light and sparkle.”

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