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Rihanna's simple skincare routine

Published 03/04/2015


Rihanna's beauty routine revolves around moisturiser.

The 27-year-old star has glowing skin and rarely looks tired, despite her jetsetter lifestyle. Many would presume she is a slave to the latest lotions and potions, but she's actually refreshingly relaxed about her skincare.

"Well if I look good today, it's thanks to my make-up artist Mylah Morales, so I can't take any credit myself. I don't have a set routine. I just moisturise and wipe off my make-up and wash my face," she told British magazine Hello!

That said, the star does like being pampered from time to time. However, she always forgets when she should go see a beauty professional so needs all the help she can get when it comes to remembering.

"Not lately, but I need one. Thanks for reminding me," she laughed, when quizzed on if she'd had a facial recently.

Rihanna's figure does take a little more work though. She's just released her latest track B***h Better Have My Money and is working on more songs for her new record, so has realised it's time to crack on with the workouts.

"I eat tonnes of mac and cheese. I know I shouldn't, but I do. I've had some time off from keeping fit but I'm really getting back now into workout and eating cleaner," she said. "I hate vegetables but I'm learning how to incorporate them one by one into my diet and drown them with other flavours so I don't have to taste them. I'm starting an album so it's time to get fit, get tight."

The singer may not feel she's in the best shape of her life but she looked fit and toned when she performed her new song at the iHeartRadio Music Awards on Sunday night. She donned bright green thigh-high boots and a matching over-sized furry jacket by Versace for the show, teamed with a simple black minidress.

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