Where to buy every product in Olivia Rodrigo’s beauty routine

Posted: 30 April 2021 5:29 pm
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Including products from Glossier, Anastasia Beverly-Hills, The Ordinary and a few affordable dupes for your wallet's sake.

The beauty gods have blessed us with another edition of Vogue Beauty Secrets, this time featuring actress, singer and all-around queen Olivia Rodrigo.

Along with the rest of the world, we're totally in love with Olivia, so we were super excited when this tutorial for her everyday glam popped up on our radar. To save you time and trouble, we've rounded up every product that she uses in her daily skincare and makeup routine.

Some of the products are a little pricey or tricky to find in Australia, so we've done you a solid and chucked in a couple of affordable dupes as well.


1. Epionce Milky Lotion Cleanser | $59.95

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After a year of wearing masks and experimenting with different products, Olivia has experienced dermatitis around her mouth over the last few months. Gal, we feel ya. So her dermatologist suggested she strip back her routine and get back to basics, starting with this milky cleanser from Epionce. As well as removing dirt from your skin, it also helps calm redness and dry patches, which is perf if you have sensitive skin.

Affordable option

For something on the lower end of the price scale, try Paula's Choice Calm Nourishing Cleanser. If you have sensitive or dry skin, use this as the first step in your skincare routine to help soothe skin and any signs of rosacea.


2. The Ordinary Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5 | $12.90

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Olivia keeps her skin hydrated with a few drops of the Internet's favourite hyaluronic acid serum from The Ordinary.


3. Gua Sha | $29.95

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The next step is Gua Sha, which helps relieve muscle tension and improves circulation. Although it's been exploding on TikTok over the last year, Gua Sha has been used in traditional Chinese medicine practices for centuries. Olivia doesn't say which brand she uses, but you can pick up this Rose Quartz Gua Sha from Salt By Hendrix for $29.95.


4. Bite Beauty Agave+ Lip Scrub | $24.80

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Next Olivia preps her pucker using the Agave+ Lip Scrub from Bite Beauty. If your lips tend to get a little dry, exfoliating with this bad boy will help keep them hydrated and prevent lipstick or gloss from looking crumbly.

Affordable option

If you're working within a budget, you could try the Lip Buffer by BYBI Beauty for only $15 instead.


5. Burt's Bees Lip Balm | $6.50

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The last step of her skincare routine involves applying a generous layer of trusty ol' Burt's Bees lip balm.


6. First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Tinted Moisturiser | US$28.00

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The first step of Olivia's makeup routine is the Ultra Repair Tinted Moisturiser from First Aid Beauty. This is a good multitasker product, as it contains SPF30 as well as vitamin E and hyaluronic acid to provide your skin with a nice dose of moisture. In a controversial yet brave move, Olivia applies it with her hands for natural and glowy looking coverage.

Accessible option

Although plenty of other First Aid Beauty products are available at Sephora, you'll be hard-pressed to find the tinted moisturiser in Australia. If you want a BB cream that offers sun protection, the Clinique Moisture Surge Sheertint Hydrator contains SPF25 as well as hyaluronic acid and activated aloe water to keep your skin hydrated.


7. Glossier Stretch Concealer | US$18.00

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Olivia's concealer of choice is the Stretch Concealer from Glossier. You can build this concealer up to get the level of coverage that you like. It's also made up of adaptable mineral pigments that blend with your skin to give natural-looking coverage.

Accessible option

Much to everyone's dismay, it's hard to get your hands on Glossier products in Australia. For a similar result, try the Iconic London Seamless Concealer. It costs around $49 but is also easy to build up and comes in 12 shades that adapt to your skin tone.


8. STILA Heaven's Hues Highlighter | $49.00

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Olivia doesn't actually show us her go-to bronzer and blush products, so we're going to jump straight to highlighter. She uses the STILA highlighter palette to add a little glow to the apples of her cheeks and the inner corners of her eyes.

Affordable option

If you want a cheaper highlighter without losing the quality of pigment and shimmer, try the Revlon Skinlights Prismatic Highlighter for $24.95.


9. Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz | $41.00

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Our gal is already blessed with beautiful brows, so she lightly fills in those bad boys with a brow pencil from Anastasia Beverly Hills.

Affordable option

Want a cheaper option? You could try the Benefit Cosmetics Goof Proof Eyebrow Pencil ($24.00) or the Covergirl Easy Breezy Brow pencil ($13.95). Both offer a super-fine tip and a blending spoolie that'll make filling in your brows easy.


10. Glossier Boy Brow | US$16.00

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Olivia then fluffs and grooms her brows using the iconic Boy Brow product from Glossier.

Accessible option

If you want to rock super fluffy brows but can't get your hands on Glossier's product, try the Benefit 24 Hour Brow Setter Clear Brow Gel instead.


11. Glossier Pro Tip Liquid Eyeliner | US$16.00

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Now for the most stressful part of any makeup routine: It's time for winged eyeliner. Olivia uses the Pro Tip Liquid Eyeliner from Glossier, which has a super fine felt tip for super easy application. It also boasts a smudge-resistant formula, so it ain't going nowhere.

Accessible option

Our go-to felt tip and smudge-free liquid eyeliner is the KVD Vegan Beauty Tattoo Liner, which you can pick up from Sephora for $30.


12. Milk Makeup Kush Mascara | $39.00

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After giving her lashes a quick curl, Olivia pops on the KUSH Mascara from Milk Makeup. If you're not familiar with the product, this mascara contains hemp-derived cannabis seed oil conditions for full and healthier-looking lashes.


13. Glossier Ultra Lip | TBC

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Last but not least, she pops on the new Glossier Ultra Lip. This baby isn't available yet, but it contains hyaluronic acid to keep your lips super hydrated. It looks almost like a lip tint or balm and is quite sheer and natural-looking.

Accessible option

Another fab and super nourishing lip product is the Absolute Lip Perfector Lip Balm And Treatment. It's packed with peppermint, wild mint and honeycomb extract to lock in moisture.


Now that you've got all of the products you need, you can watch the full tutorial below. And if you want to know what other celebs are wearing, check out our round-up of every product in Madison Beer and Nicola Peltz's beauty routines for more inspo.

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