This Is How a Vogue Supermodel Fakes Glowing Skin When She's Tired

Sophie Miura

She might look the same age as her catwalk peers, but 35-year-old mother of four Natalia Vodianova has a ton of experience under her belt—both when it comes to modeling and when it comes to taking care of her skin. The Vogue cover girl recently filmed a video tutorial explaining exactly how she maintains a youthful, fresh complexion no matter how exhausted she might be. 

“I’m tired and super jet-lagged, [so] I’m going to show you what I do to not look the way I feel,” says Vodianova, who had just touched down in New York City for an event hosted by her charity, the Naked Heart Foundation. “My skin is a little bit red now, but that’s normal,” she says, applying under-eye patches to hydrate the skin and Fresh Rose Face Mask ($62) to soothe and tone. 

After removing the mask, she massages Kora Organics Noni Glow Face Oil ($68) into her skin and finishes by moisturizing with Guerlain Super Aqua Day Cream ($135). Take a look at Vodianova’s full routine to fake fresh skin no matter how tired you are. 

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Vogue

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