'13 Reasons Why' star Katherine Langford wants to ''give back'' to her skin in lockdown.
Katherine Langford wants to ''give back'' to her skin in lockdown.
The '13 Reasons Why' star feels it is important to take this time off - owing to the coronavirus pandemic - to look after her skin and use it to give her a ''focus'' on her own routine.
Asked what skin type she has, she said: ''I think it changes. When I was younger, I actually dealt with chronic acne, and I travel a lot. It can sometimes be dry or sensitive. As a rule of thumb, I always try to use products that are kind to skin across the board. Especially because I travel, I am focused on giving back to my skin, if it's hydration or any extra care ... I've been really focusing on skin care. As an actor, I wear makeup quite a lot of the time, so when I do have off days, it's nice just to focus on skin care. One thing I found I really love is the L'Oréal Paris Revitalift Derm Intensives Hyaluronic Acid Serum. I really have loved incorporating it into my skin care routine for hydration.''
And Katherine says her beauty staples are mascara and moisturiser, particularly when she's off work.
She shared: ''I think it's important to always have a good moisturiser. When I'm not working, I usually don't wear makeup or, if I do, it's quite little. But one thing that I think always makes such a statement is mascara. That's always such a key product that I have with me and something that I keep restocking.''
The 24-year-old actress is also enjoying ''exploring'' fun things when it comes to her beauty routine in lockdown.
She told Allure magazine: ''It's given me time to explore fun things - or just explore different products, which I usually wouldn't do if I was on the run or working.''
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