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Selena Gomez shares top skincare tips

Published 30/05/2016

Selena Gomez
Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez is prone to getting blemishes around her chin area because she holds her microphone close to her face when singing.

Selena Gomez has opened up about how she achieves her radiant complexion.

The singer and actress is currently trekking across Canada and the United States with her Revival Tour, but even with her gruelling schedule Selena always finds time to look after her skin.

The Texas-born star is particularly concerned with avoiding breakouts while away from home and follows a three-step system to keep her face clear.

"I love to do three easy things in the morning," she told America's Allure magazine. "I'll wash my face, I usually tone it, and then I'll put a little bit of moisturiser on it, not tons, because I have really oily skin."

Selena, 23, says that while her mother always used Oil of Olay moisturiser, she's not much of a skin product junkie and likes to mix-up the brands she uses and experiment with different formulas.

She also noted how she removes her make-up and cleanses her face each night before bed, even when she arrives home late from a performance or A-list event.

Even so, the Good For You singer admits she still gets blemishes around her chin area because she tends to hold the microphone close to her face when singing.

"So the chin is always the first area that I treat. I usually put a mask on and a humidifier on my face after my show," she explained.

Selena shared some tips for ensuring her make-up lasts while on stage too, revealing her make-up artist mixes foundation with a little moisturiser so that it has an extremely light consistency. This not only aids the brunette beauty's complexion but also ensures off-stage outfit changes are as efficient as possible.

"My quick outfit changes are usually about a minute, and my makeup artist will wipe me off and make sure nothing is under my eyes," she shared.

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