This makeup artist is living the dream with her 17-step morning routine

February 21, 2019 at 12:40PM by CWC

For me, self-care means taking the time to make a frothy warm matcha latte in the morning—and sometimes spending an extra five minutes in bed to cuddle with my pup before getting up. (Okay, always.) For celebrity makeup artist Alexandria Gilleo, self-care looks like a morning routine so robust, it starts the night before.

In Self-Care Nation, Well+Good’s shiny new YouTube series, you get an inside look at the techniques, hacks, and rituals some of your favorite people use to enhance their well-being, productivity, sanity, and overall happiness in this crazy, fast-paced world we all call home. In the first episode, Gilleo takes you behind the scenes in her own home and step by step through her extensive self-care ritual. (It’s kinda like MTV Cribs, but with jade rollers and journals instead of mirrored ceilings and pimped-out rides.)

Considering Gilleo’s ultimate goal has always been to help her clients glow from within, it’s no surprise that, in order to get her own glow on, this beauty buff turns her skin-care routine into a major moment for mindfulness. “Every morning, I take the time to apply my skin-care products with intention. I’m very gentle with my skin-care routine,” she says.

Want to catch up on Well+Good’s other YouTube series? Here’s what you missed on the latest episode of The Avocado Show. Or, find out what topic your favorite RD is tackling next on You Versus Food
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Author Tehrene Firman | Well and Good
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