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Peyton List pours her attention into nighttime skincare

Published 26/09/2016

Peyton List
Peyton List

Disney actress Peyton List doesn't think she'll ever be brave enough to try short hair.

Actress Peyton List spends “so long” looking after her face every night.

The Disney star doesn’t have to worry about wrinkles at 18, but does take extra care in keeping her complexion clear, even if it does mean investing a lot of time into the process.

“It takes me so long to take care of my skin at night! My friends will call me, and I’ll be like, ‘I’m washing my face.’ They’ll ask me 30 minutes later what I’m doing and I’m like, ‘I’m still washing my face!’” she smiled to Teen Vogue. “I use make-up wipes every night - I always like to try different ones, but I really like Aveeno’s. I’ll use a face scrub, something with mint or rosemary and a toner.”

Other beauty essentials for Peyton include face and spot creams, though she sometimes turns to toothpaste to get rid of a pimple.

Another area of her appearance in which the actress focuses plenty of attention is her hair. Moroccanoil helps Peyton nourish her dry tresses and because she doesn’t have greasy locks, she doesn’t have to wash them every day.

“I’ll actually get my hair done on set which is really nice,” she said. “My hairstylist Cindy Welles cuts it and colours it and everything. I usually just get trims, though, because I love having long hair. Short hair is the one beauty trend I probably wouldn’t try...”

Peyton often shows off her gorgeous looks with regular Instagram posts, giving fans a glimpse of herself experimenting with cosmetics. She recently rocked blue lipstick and the Remember Me actress loves nothing more than finding hidden gems.

“Usually, I just end up going to little boutiques and finding products there,” she added. “I also like going to the beauty places where all the makeup artists go. They have the best stuff.

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