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Sam Smith: How he gets his dewy glow

Published 16/06/2015

Lottie Brooksbank, Sam Smith
Lottie Brooksbank, Sam Smith

Make-up artist Lottie Brooksbank turns to Rodial to give Sam Smith fresh looking skin.

Lottie Brooksbank has been working with the singer for some time and regularly uploads photos of the two of them to Instagram.

Before putting on any make-up, Lottie always turns to skincare giants Rodial to prep the skin.

"I absolutely love using Rodial products on my celebrity clients. Every product gives such great results quickly and it all smells amazing. Definitely a must in my make-up bags," Lottie exclusively told Cover Media.

"Their snake serum [Glamoxy Snake] in particular is one of top go-tos for fresh, dewy skin. A great investment!"

For the Brit Awards in February, Lottie turned to products by Bobbi Brown and Armani alongside Rodial to give Sam his glow.

The make-up guru has also worked on British show Strictly Come Dancing, as well as helping UK TV personalities get ready for the TV BAFTAs this year.

Away from work she's close with Sam and uploaded a cute collage for his 23rd birthday last month.

Earlier this year Sam overhauled his diet, dropping 14lbs in just two weeks. He turned to nutritional therapist Amelia Freer to shed the weight, following her diet plan published in book Eat. Nourish. Glow.

The svelte star publicaly thanked Amelia on his Instagram account.

“It’s very nice for me to see the results that I do get with my clients,” Amelia told People. “By someone like Sam talking about how he’s changed his diet in a healthy way without a deprivational, horrible diet, it’s opened it up to thousands of people who are now following in his footsteps."

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