Where to get your hands on every product in Zoë Kravitz’s 14-step beauty routine
Including products from YSL, Fenty and Marc Jacobs, plus a few other cheeky affordable options for your beauty bag.
Actress, songstress and otherworldly beauty Zoë Kravitz is the latest celeb to dish their go-to skin and makeup routine with Vogue's Beauty Secrets. Since her makeup always looks flawless and she has the skin of a new born baby, you best believe we were watching and learning.
To help you nail that Zoë Kravitz fresh face lewk, we've rounded up every product she uses in her skincare and beauty routine. Some of the products in her beauty bag are a tad expensive or tricky to get in Australia, so we've sourced a bunch of affordable and accessible options too.
1. Rhonda Allison Pumpkin Cleanser | USD $34
Every good beauty routine starts off with a solid cleanse, which Zoë does with the help of the Rhonda Allison Pumpkin Cleanser. It's chock full of antioxidants that help break down oil without drying out your skin. Oh, and according to Zoë, it smells like Christmas. So what's not to love?
This product isn't available in Australia, so you can sub in the Elimis Superfood AHA Glow Cleansing Butter ($58) instead. It also combines fermented pumpkin enzymes with mango butter and chia seed oil to brighten and hydrate your skin.
2. Retrouvé Nutrient Face Serum | $558.95
Zoë is a big fan of Retrouvé, but the Nutrient Face Serum is her go-to base product in the warmer months. It's super light and a nice canvas before building up with moisturiser and makeup.
The serum sounds lush but that price tag just hurt my wallet's feelings. For a cheaper option, try the Australian Emu Apple Dreamy Glow Drops ($83.90) or the Tarte Sea Deep Sea Collagen Super Serum ($32) instead.
3. Caudalie Beauty Elixir | $24
Zoë then gives her face a good mist with the Caudalie Beauty Elixir. You can use it as a toner before you pop on your moisturiser, to set your makeup or to give yourself a refreshing wakeup call during the day. Apparently it smells divine too.
4. Isun Skincare Antioxidant Sun Butter | $42
SPF is arguably the most essential product in any beauty routine and Zoë uses the Isun Skincare Antioxidant Sun Butter to protect her skin. Not only does it contain SPF 27, it apparently smells like "peanut buttery happiness" and we're into it.
This is another product that's tough to get your hands on down under, so why not try the IG-endorsed Ultra Violette Supreme Screen 50+ instead?
5. Retrouvé Revitalizing Eye Concentrate | $713.29
We told y'all she's a fan of Retrouvé. The last step of her skincare routine, the Revitalizing Eye Concentrate has a super silky texture that smoothly slides along the delicate skin under your eye. It's super soothing and perf to pop on at the beginning of the day or as the last step in your bedtime regime.
6. Milk + Honey Cream Deodorant | USD $16
It's not makeup time just yet. To stay feelin' fresh, Zoë pops on some Milk + Honey Cream Deodorant, which is a natural deodorant that actually works.
You can't get Milk + Honey products in Australia, but there are plenty of other natural deodorants out there. The Indie Lee Energize Deodorant ($30) is a plant-based product that's formulated without parabens and aluminium.
It's primer time and Zoë's product of choice is the Fenty Beauty Pro Filt'r Instant Retouch Primer. This baby has a matte finish, so it's perfect to dab across your t-zone and around your nose. That way you'll stay looking dewy but not oily after you've applied all of your serums and creams.
As Zoë kindly reminds us mere mortals, she doesn't really wear foundation and instead prefers to even her skin tone out using the YSL Touche Éclat High Cover Radiant Under-Eye Concealer. It offers good coverage but has a lovely light-weight texture that she blends in with her fingers.
Zoë already has lush eyebrows, but she fills them in a little using the super fine YSL Couture Brow pencil. Once that's done, she gives them a little brush with the spoolie.
10. PRO 8 CHEONGDAM Eyeliner
Her go-to eyeliner is a cream product from a Korean beauty brand. It has a super fine tip, which makes it easy to apply and then blend out to create a smokey liner.
I don't think you can buy this eyeliner in Australia, but I find that the KVD Cake Pencil Eyeliner ($29) does the trick.
11. Nudestix Nudies Matte Blush & Bronze | $49
Now it's time to add some colour to those killer cheekbones with the Nudestix Nudies Matte Blush & Bronze cream sticks. She also pops some on her fingers and dabs it across her eyelids for a super subtle eyeshadow.
She adds a little glow across her cheek bones and in the inner corner of her eyes using the Fetish Highlighter from Pat Mcgrath Lab. This product is actually a 2-in-1 that combines the power of both a creamy highlighter with a dewy balm.
13. Marc Jacobs Beauty Poutliner Longwear Lip Pencil & Yves Saint Laurent Rouge Pur Couture The Slim Matte Lipstick | $36 & $62
She lightly fills in her lips with a Marc Jacobs lipliner and YSL matte lipstick, both of which are really close to her natural lip colour.
For a more affordable matte lippy, my go-to is a good ol' matte M.A.C lipstick for $30.
14. Yves Saint Laurent Black Opium Extreme Eau de Parfum
In the final steps to her beauty routine, Zoë runs some coconut oil through her hair and gives herself a spritz of the brand new YSL Black Opium Extreme perfume. This isn't available just yet, but you can pick up the original YSL Black Opium perfume in the meantime.
If you want to check out her full beauty routine in action, you can watch Zoë Kravitz's Vogue Beauty Secrets tutorial below. If you loved this, check out our round-up of every product in Madison Beer's beauty routine for more inspo.
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