From 2002’s Betty Boop to 2006’s Forbidden Fruit and last year’s Princess Fiona, the model never fails to disappoint with her annual costumes.
Everyone loves a solid, purse-friendly beauty recommendation – especially when it comes from a supermodel. In a recent interview, Heidi Klum shared her surprisingly affordable wellness routine involving apricot facial scrubs and regular loofah-ing. And, to our joy, she also namechecked a product from affordable, yet celebrity-adored, skincare brand Mario Badescu.> View this post on Instagram> > A post shared by Heidi Klum (@heidiklum) on Jun 15, 2019 at 2:23pm PDTDetailing her, naturally, very healthy lifestyle routine, Klum told Today: "I eat very healthy and I run on the treadmill a little bit. There is no secret shake or secret pill. I wish there was. I just love eating good and healthy food. I don’t go to dinner a lot," she told the publication. "We cook every day. I have four children. It’s about cooking fresh food every day and not caring it too much. Eating home-cooked at meals at a specific time. I eat at six and that’s kind of it."And when it comes to her trusty skincare favourites, you might expect the supermodel to rely solely on eye-wateringly expensive premium brands but, in fact, the model says she uses Mario Badescu Buttermilk Moisturiser (£15.50) for its lightweight consistency. "I use it on my face. It’s very light," she said. "When I use very rich creams, I break out in pimples. I’ve been using it for years. It doesn’t clog my pores.”The product contains lactic acid, an alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA), which is derived from milk and softens and moisturisers the top layer of the skin, while also giving a mild exfoliating effect. It works in a similar way to glycolic acid but is less potent, making it a good option for people with sensitive skin.The Mario Badescu buttermilk moisturiser also contains non-pore clogging carnation oil and allantoin, which is known for its healing and anti-inflammatory benefits. > View this post on Instagram> > A post shared by Mario Badescu Skin Care (@mariobadescu) on Sep 14, 2016 at 10:16am PDTThe iconic beauty brand, which was founded by Mario Badescu in New York back in 1967, has built a cult celebrity following, including the likes of Kylie Jenner who reportedly swears by the facial mist. Meanwhile, the brand's Drying Lotion (£16) has been lauded by acne-sufferers for its supposed spot zapping powers. Not only do Mario Badescu products contain clever ingredient combinations that pack a punch in the skincare department, but they they all come in retro hues of pink, turquoise and mint greens which will look perfect in your next shelfie. Win, win.
If you thought the A-list set only had one red carpet ensemble to worry about then think again, as last night’s biggest names pulled off a quick outfit change before hitting the 2019 Golden Globe Awards after parties.Actress Claire Foy swapped her celestial Miu Miu dress for a glitzy Balmain suit to dance the night away at the star-studded Instyle and Warner Bros. after party.In a similar move, fellow Brit Gemma Chan changed into a millennial pink thigh-high split dress after gracing the red carpet wearing a midnight blue Valentino number.For those of you desperate to see what Emily Blunt chose for her second look of the evening, the ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ actress looked to Alexander MqQueen once more but this time, in favour of a powder pink number.From Kate Beckinsale’s seriously sheer dress to Taylor Swift‘s surprise appearance, these are this year’s best celebrity looks from the 2019 Golden Globe Awards after parties.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Golden Globes 2019: All the celebrity red carpet fashionLady Gaga pays sartorial tribute to Judy Garland at 2019 Golden GlobesSandra Oh and Jodie Comer’s red carpet reunion dubbed ‘best moment’ of 2019 Golden Globes
"You just have to live a happy life," supermodel Heidi Klum says about what other people might think of her dating a much younger man.