Gwyneth Paltrow's make-up artist uses a painful face roller

Gwyneth Paltrow’s make-up artist says the star looks just as young now at 47 as she did in her 20s thanks to a face roller: ‘She gets a maximum glow’

Gwyneth Paltrow’s make-up artist has shared the star’s secrets to natural beauty.

The 47-year-old actress prefers the natural look and Georgie Eisdell has revealed that she achieves this by taking care of her skin and using a face roller, which can be made from a mineral like jade or can include painful metal spikes.

‘Before we do any makeup, GP smoothes her skin with Microderm to get maximum glow. I start by massaging goop face oil into her skin with my fingers, then, to really get all that goodness to penetrate further into the skin, I use a face roller in an upward motion to lift, depuff, and firm the skin,’ Georgie told goop.

She sure keeps on top of it: Gwyneth Paltrow has maintained her youth and her makeup artist says it is thanks to a face roller; the star seen here in LA in October 2019

Her early years: The Oscar-winning actress and Goop founder uses the most up-to-date beauty tricks. Seen in 1995

‘Last, I smooth on a little day moisturizer to get her skin beautifully hydrated and prepared for make-up.’

And Gwyneth also goes for the less-is-more approach when applying make-up.

Georgie explained: ‘Using a sponge (you can also use your fingers), I apply dots of Beautycounter Tint Skin Hydrating Foundation to the high points of her face and blend it out to even out the skin tone.

‘I like to add a little extra in the T-zone for more coverage if you need it. I go in and conceal any spots or undereye darkness with concealer.’


The way she is and was: The Politician actress seen on the left in 2019 at an event, and also on the right in 1995

The trick: ‘Before we do any makeup, GP smoothes her skin with Microderm to get maximum glow. I start by massaging goop face oil into her skin with my fingers, then, to really get all that goodness to penetrate further into the skin, I use a face roller in an upward motion to lift, depuff, and firm the skin,’ Georgie told goop; stock image

The makeup expert added, ‘I focus the concealer only on the inner corner of the eye, then blend it outward, rather than adding concealer all the way under the eye—no one is dark all along their under-eyes, just in spots.’

This comes after the Emma actress said she starts off each day by drinking a skin superpowder.

The cover girl rarely wears make-up when she is not working and she takes antioxidants every day via a big glass of her GOOPGLOW superpowder, which she believes helps to keep her skin glowing. 

‘Every morning without fail, I take my GOOPGLOW. It’s packed with Vitamin C and E and coenzyme Q10. I always have one in the morning and then one in my water bottle when I’m working out,’ the star told her own GOOP page.

She does not seem to age: Georgie explained: ‘Using a sponge (you can also use your fingers), I apply dots of Beautycounter Tint Skin Hydrating Foundation to the high points of her face and blend it out to even out the skin tone.’ Paltrow seen in July 2019 in Paris at a fashion event

‘I think it makes a serious difference in my skin all day. It’s a power shot of vitamins for skin—just as you need a moisturizer, you need antioxidants.’

Most experts recommend getting vitamin C from a diet high in fruits and vegetables rather than taking supplements, according to WebMED. Fresh-squeezed orange juice or fresh-frozen concentrate are good sources.

It was added that historically, vitamin C was used for preventing and treating scurvy. These days, vitamin C is most commonly used for preventing and treating the common cold.

GWYNETH’S POWDER 

VITAMIN C

Most experts recommend getting vitamin C from a diet high in fruits and vegetables rather than taking supplements. Orange juice is a good source.

Historically, vitamin C was used for preventing and treating scurvy. Now it helps with preventing colds.

 

VITAMIN E

Vitamin E is an important vitamin required for the proper function of many organs in the body. It is also an antioxidant. This means it helps to slow down processes that damage cells.

 

COQ10 

CoQ10 acts as an antioxidant, which protects cells from damage and plays an important part in the metabolism.

Increasing age and some medical conditions are associated with dropping levels of CoQ10. CoQ10 supplements can lower blood pressure slightly. CoQ10 is also used to treat heart failure and other heart conditions.

Information from WebMD 

The site also said that Vitamin E is ‘an important vitamin required for the proper function of many organs in the body. 

‘It is also an antioxidant. 

‘This means it helps to slow down processes that damage cells.’

And CoQ10 ‘acts as an antioxidant, which protects cells from damage,;

It also plays an important part in the metabolism.

Increasing age and some medical conditions are associated with dropping levels of CoQ10. 

‘But in these cases, it’s uncertain that adding CoQ10 will have an effect, the site stated.

‘CoQ10 supplements can lower blood pressure slightly. CoQ10 is also used to treat heart failure and other heart conditions, possibly helping to improve some symptoms and lessen future cardiac risks when combined with regular medications, but the evidence is conflicting,’ it was also shared with the health site.

Meanwhile, Gwyneth’s make-up artist Lisa Aharon recently revealed the star is an extremely low-key client.

She said: ‘We usually do something just fresh and pretty, or we do something with a smoky eye. 

‘GP likes everything to be quick and no fuss. 

‘Whenever I can use a cream base, I do: Cream formulas keep the look simple and natural, for that beauty-from-within feeling.’

Speaking about using Dr. Barbara Sturm’s Hydrating Face Mist on Gwyneth, she added: ‘GP doesn’t really love being in the makeup chair, and starting with this face spritz changes everything. 

‘I discovered it at an In goop Health summit–it plumps and hydrates skin, and everything I put on next gets absorbed better, too.’

Gwyneth’s fuss-free beauty regime extends to at-home face masks and Lisa says she always notices a difference when Gwyneth has done her own treatments at home.

She said: ‘I always start with a lot of skin care. It makes all the difference. You can tell when she’s used the goop peel the night before. The glow is that noticeable.’

She got an early start: In 1991 with her actress mother Blythe Danner; Paltrow got one of her first film roles in pal Steven Spielberg’s Hook where she played Young Wendy

This comes after the star said her children could sense her emotional distress during her divorce from Chris Martin, despite her attempts to hide her sadness.

The Goop founder put a ‘smile’ on her face in front of her children Apple, now 16, and Moses, now 14, when she was going through her divorce from their father Chris in 2016.

And while she did her best not to worry her brood, she now says they picked up on her ‘unprocessed emotions’.

She explained during Tuesday’s episode of The Goop Podcast: ‘All kids are tapped into the mother’s Wifi, even if you’re acting like everything is OK. You can have a smile on your face, [but] they know everything.

‘It never occurred to me that my unprocessed emotion could be given to my children, but the closer I got to myself, the more you give the kids a space to have their own feelings because they’re not worried about “What’s this emotion I’m feeling?” It allows them to grow in an emotionally resolved space.’

Proud mama: In June the blonde posed with her son Moses while on a talk show

Gwyneth is now married to Brad Falchuck – who also has two children, Isabella and Brody, from a previous marriage – and the couple decided not to move in together for a year after they tied the knot in 2018, because they wanted to make sure their children were okay with the change.

Brad said shortly before moving in with Gwyneth in 2019 that he was initially worried about sharing a house with their blended family, because he wanted to give the kids time to process the new relationship first.

The TV producer confessed: ‘I’m moving in September. We’ve just done it slowly. Divorce is terrible, even when it’s the right thing to do. And it’s really hard on kids. Come September, we’re all gonna Brady Bunch it up, and it’ll be great.’ 

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