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Victoria Baron reveals the $115 product she swears by for hydrated skin

Australian makeup artist, Victoria Baron, has worked with the likes of Rihanna, Bella Hadid, Karlie Kloss and Miranda Kerr. 

So when she shares her go-to products, beauty aficionados the world over take note.

Speaking to PopSugar, the Australian makeup ambassador for Chanel revealed the product she swears by for ‘prepping’ models’ skin for shoots.

Australian makeup artist, Victoria Baron (left backstage at the Thom Browne show in Paris), has worked with the likes of Rihanna, Bella Hadid, Karlie Kloss and Miranda Kerr

The Australian makeup ambassador for Chanel revealed the product she swears by for 'prepping' models' skin for shoots (pictured with model Phoebe Tonkin)

The Australian makeup ambassador for Chanel revealed the product she swears by for ‘prepping’ models’ skin for shoots (pictured with model Phoebe Tonkin)

‘I was one of the first people to try Jessica Gomes’ Equal Beauty Moisture Veil Masks. And have used them ever since,’ she said. 

‘They hook over the ear meaning you don’t have to lie down to get hydrated. It firms the skin, hydrates and creates a beautiful canvas for the makeup look.’

The $114.95 (for a pack of five) mask is said to use a 3D Sculpting mask technology to ‘follow the contours of your face for optimal skin contact’.

'I was one of the first people to try Jessica Gomes' Equal Beauty Moisture Veil Masks. And have used them ever since,' she said (pictured is the mask on Jessica Gomes) 

‘I was one of the first people to try Jessica Gomes’ Equal Beauty Moisture Veil Masks. And have used them ever since,’ she said (pictured is the mask on Jessica Gomes) 

The $114.95 (for a pack of five) mask is said to use a 3D Sculpting mask technology to 'follow the contours of your face for optimal skin contact'

The $114.95 (for a pack of five) mask is said to use a 3D Sculpting mask technology to ‘follow the contours of your face for optimal skin contact’

What are some of Victoria Baron’s favourite products? 

* Equal Beauty Moisture Veil Masks

* Mecca Cosmetica Lit From Within Primer

* Ellis Faas Skin Veil Foundation

* Byredo Gypsy Water

* NARS Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Red Square

* Kevin Aucoin The Volume Mascara  

Source: Mecca 

It also delivers ‘Natural Moisturising Factors with Hydralift and Hydrafirm actives’ which lead to a hydrated, firm and lifted complexion.  

Victoria, who works on editorial makeup for an array of well known magazines, regularly shares her tips and earlier this year revealed some little known makeup tricks during a collaboration withMecca. 

‘I always use an eye primer before applying eyeshadow to intensify the colour and for crease-proof staying power,’ she said. 

‘Always, always curl your lashes before mascara. And my last tip, sometimes I turn a pimple into a freckle if it can’t be hidden!’

'Sometimes I turn a pimple into a freckle if it can't be hidden,' she said (pictured with Zoe Foster Blake)

'Sometimes I turn a pimple into a freckle if it can't be hidden,' she said (pictured with Jessica Mauboy)

‘Sometimes I turn a pimple into a freckle if it can’t be hidden,’ she said (pictured left with Zoe Foster Blake and right with Jessica Mauboy) 

Victoria said she also 'can't live without a face roller' in her kit as it works as a 'lymphatic drainage' process before makeup application (pictured is Victoria's makeup on Nina Agdal)

Victoria said she also ‘can’t live without a face roller’ in her kit as it works as a ‘lymphatic drainage’ process before makeup application (pictured is Victoria’s makeup on Nina Agdal)

Victoria said she also ‘can’t live without a face roller’ in her kit as it works as a ‘lymphatic drainage’ process before makeup application. 

She added that those working with colour should ‘start small’ and it is always more beneficial to pull back on makeup on one feature in order to highlight another. 

‘More is not always more,’ she said.     



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