Behati Prinsloo x VOGUE : The Model’s Look For Walking Her Dog

Supermodel. Victoria’s Secret Angel. Wife of Maroon 5 front runner, Adam Levine. Mom of 2. Behati Prinsloo is clearly wonder woman when it comes to juggling work and home. And she sat down with VOGUE Paris to demonstrate her everyday makeup look.


“This is my easy, natural, on the go day look if I need to… walk my dog,” she laughs, “I walk my kids.”

Behati Prinsloo


The second-time mum, who walked the Victoria’s Secret runway this year after a 2 year hiatus starts off her makeup with a facial spray. “…It also just feels really refreshing.”


Behati loves mixing her foundation with sunblock for day looks, and applies it using her hands. Grabbing Charlotte Tilbury’s Brow Lift, she lightly defines her brows. “Gives you a little extra oomph!”


Prinsloo then grabs an older palette by Laura Mercier, the Bonne Mine Healthy Glow to add dimension and colour to her face. She redoes the same thing she did earlier – and uses her fingers for application. And blends the makeup in using a beauty sponge.


Next up! Concealing those pesky little blemishes using concealer. Prinsloo talks about why she doesn’t like concealer under her eyes. “I think it looks a little bit heavy on me. And I like that kind of translucent ‘Are you tired? Are you not?” she laughs.

Behati Prinsloo


After curling her lashes, the model applies mascara using Charlotte Tilbury’s Full Fat Lashes. But she focuses only on the upper lashes. “For daytime I usually don’t put any mascara on the bottom lashes.” After her mascara dries, she recurls them – a trick picked up from MUAs.


For her lips, post lip balm, she simply applies a nude lip liner all over. (Lip Cheat by Charlotte Tilbury) “(The lip liner makes the lips) natural, but still kinda pouty.”

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