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Victoria Justice splashes vinegar on her face to keep pores clear

Published 20/10/2016

Victoria Justice
Victoria Justice

The star prefers a simple and holistic beauty routine.

Actress/singer Victoria Justice fights off pimples with a $3 (£2.50) bottle of apple cider vinegar.

The flawless 23-year-old Victorious star prefers to keep it simple when it comes to skincare, choosing to use old-school beauty techniques, instead of buying lots of expensive products.

"I make my own toner with Bragg Organic Apple Cider Vinegar," she tells E! News. "I take about four to six ounces of bottled water and put in one teaspoon of the apple cider vinegar in a small plastic bottle. I use it in the morning after cleansing my skin and then at night, after taking off all my makeup.

"I love it because it's all natural. Then, I just moisturise and I'm done."

Victoria also likes to keep it simple when it comes to styling her hair, noting, "I try not to put much product in my hair, but I'll use a pea-sized amount of HBI Moroccan Miracle. It's great for shine and taming any fly-aways."

However, just because she embraces a minimal beauty routine doesn't mean Victoria is against glamorising her look every now and again.

"I love a good red (lip colour)," she confesses. "Some (lipsticks) I wear are Revlon Love That Red and Certainly Red, Soap & Glory Sexy Mother Pucker in Rougenie and John Russo Beauty in Stalker."

Justice relies on blush to complete her glamorised look while sporting a deep red pout.

"Blush for sure!" Victoria responds when asked if she prefers to use blush or bronzer. "I don't want to be limited to just bronzer shades, and I feel blush can be made to look really natural. It also works great for tying in your lipstick when you're more glammed up."

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