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  • - So!

  • (package rustling)

  • (beep)

  • This is at home videos you guys.

  • I'm not made for this. (sighing)

  • (upbeat music)

  • So, my first step in getting unready

  • is to sleep on this super cute,

  • where is this from?

  • It's from SLIP, I love SLIP.

  • Okay, hold on. (chuckling)

  • Never looks cute going on (chuckling).

  • Okay, so first off, I wash my hands.

  • I definitely gotten more conscious about that

  • since being in quarantine.

  • But also, I don't know,

  • I'm such a germophobe,

  • like I feel like you touch so many things,

  • there's is so much like dirt and oil and stuff like that.

  • So I never like to touch my face

  • until I have washed my hands.

  • So, BRB.

  • Now that I have clean hands,

  • I always start,

  • I never do a pre-cleanse,

  • this is all I ever need.

  • This is my favorite cleanser ever.

  • I have really dry skin.

  • I do get a little oily kinda of like in here and here.

  • A little bit in here.

  • But it's so hard.

  • For me to keep my skin hydrated

  • I have to go to like the ultimate,

  • like I have to do the most

  • just to keep my skin hydrated.

  • So this cleansing oil is literally like

  • the consistency of like a light olive oil.

  • It's so oily.

  • It is so good for my skin.

  • I find that it like I don't get blackheads,

  • I don't get anything,

  • and it melts my makeup off like nothing.

  • You see that.

  • Whoo baby!

  • I love that (beep).

  • (hands rubbing)

  • So, I do this before I take my eye makeup off,

  • I don't know why.

  • There is no real reason.

  • Watch you guys are gonna see me go

  • from eyebrows to no eyebrows.

  • I have such blonde eyebrows.

  • Does anybody else have this?

  • Like around the edge of your eyebrows?

  • They are really like.

  • Coz when I get them, I get them tinted

  • every once in a while, like oh my God, I have eyebrows.

  • My whole life I thought that I didn't have eyebrows

  • but just turns out they are like selectively really blonde.

  • (water running)

  • I forgot to say this at the start.

  • But if I count this,

  • I think this is a 12-step night time routine.

  • It's a little excessive,

  • but I'm getting a little fancy for you guys

  • coz I wanna show you the full extent

  • of my night time routine.

  • I've said that I don't use makeup wipes in the past.

  • What I meant to say, I don't use it on my skin, skin.

  • I definitely need makeup wipes

  • to get all of my eye makeup off.

  • And you can see my little individual lashes falling.

  • If I'm going for like a full look,

  • what I do, as you can see,

  • is I wear like three little individual lashes

  • just on the corner.

  • Just to give it a little bit of like

  • a lift at the corner of the eye.

  • These are my absolute favorite makeup removing wipes.

  • The Neutrogena makeup remover cleansing towelettes.

  • Every other makeup removing wipe I try to use

  • it makes my eyes hurt.

  • Maybe their towels are really rough,

  • maybe their solution just is not very strong,

  • but I find myself like rubbing my eyes

  • to the point that they hurt.

  • Next up, once I've gotten my eye makeup off,

  • is this unbelievable serum.

  • Dr. Barbara Sturm, Molecular Cosmetics, Hyaluronic Serum.

  • As you can tell, it's almost completely out.

  • I use this stuff night and day.

  • And I use it just directly following my cleansing ritual.

  • I'm saying it like I'm super fancy.

  • My cleansing ritual.

  • And I always put it on the back of my hand

  • coz I have this weird thing

  • like that, so nice.

  • I have this weird thing where I feel like

  • if I put it in my palm it like sinks into my palm.

  • I don't know if that's true or I'm making it up.

  • But I had a sort on my cheeks

  • and I work my way up.

  • I don't understand how people do that thing

  • where they like squeeze it into their palms,

  • and then they like, rubbing together

  • and then they just like, pat it.

  • I'm always like,

  • my OCD kicks in and I'm like there's no way

  • that you getting it everywhere it needs to go.

  • I just let that kinda of sit for a minute.

  • It's a little jelly but it's so nice.

  • It like makes it feel so like moist and plump.

  • I don't even know what Hyaluronic Serum does.

  • I just know that you are absolutely supposed

  • to work it into your skincare routine, so.

  • Was that step 3?

  • Are you guys counting?

  • Counting at home?

  • So, while I'm waiting for that to sink in

  • I will brush my teeth.

  • I have been using this really cute toothbrush lately.

  • I picked it up just before quarantine.

  • Quip.

  • How cute is this?

  • It's just like a little...

  • I have this really big problem with like

  • massive plug-in electronic toothbrushes.

  • Something about them makes me not wanna use them.

  • I'm like, it's too much, I can't commit.

  • But I always like to buy those,

  • like five dollar toothbrushes.

  • They just feel nicer.

  • I don't know.

  • So this is like a cute little blend for me.

  • Next up, I've been using, lately,

  • just since quarantine, this Mario Badescu vitamin C serum.

  • Do you ever feel like there is a product mentioned

  • in the world by somebody that you see

  • and then suddenly it's everywhere?

  • Vitamin C Serum was that for me.

  • All of a sudden it's just everywhere.

  • I started using it because I heard it was really

  • good for cell turnover.

  • I could be totally making that up.

  • I'm gonna end up on one of those like,

  • esthetician reviews of Cameron's skincare routine.

  • She's like no, that's not what it is.

  • But I do know it's really good for anti-aging.

  • They say it is really good for skin brightening.

  • Which I can get a little dull,

  • especially if I'm really short slept

  • or like I've been inside for a month and a half

  • or something like that.

  • After I have put my first serum on,

  • I will let it set there for a minute

  • And then I learned this trick on set

  • when I was like 18 years old on a movie.

  • Basically, I was working with this makeup artist

  • who used to be an esthetician

  • and she insisted on taking our makeup off every night

  • because she said that she was responsible

  • for the state of our skin

  • and she don't wanna be covering up zits,

  • and I was like, I'm not gonna complain.

  • (chuckling) You do your thing.

  • But she took her makeup off every night

  • and then she put some serums in,

  • and what she would do,

  • the first time she did it I was like,

  • what the (beep) is happening.

  • But she would work her way up our face

  • and sort of like

  • (slapping sound)

  • softly slap us with her fingertips.

  • And she said it just brought blood flow

  • to the surface and it helped the serum seep in.

  • Maybe she was just taking out her aggression out on us.

  • I don't know.

  • I still do it.

  • It kinda feels nice, weirdly.

  • After that, I will quickly follow with

  • this Creme Riche velvet moisturizing cream

  • from Tata Harper.

  • As you can tell, I love it so much.

  • I'm basically out.

  • It's super, super rich.

  • I don't know if you guys can tell, but It's like,

  • I would say it's like pancake batter.

  • Smells (sniffing) unbelievable.

  • I just put it on little bits of my face

  • so I don't waste any.

  • I know approximately how much I am gonna use and

  • I don't want it to go to waste.

  • And I'll just work it in all over.

  • I put it on the top of my eyes as well.

  • I always see people skip their eyelid

  • and that freaks me out.

  • I mean, this skin is just as thin as this skin, right?

  • We should be giving it just as much attention.

  • (sighing)

  • Oh my god, this smells so amazing.

  • I'm like getting sleepy

  • because this is my every night routine.

  • I'm having like a Pavlovian response.

  • Okay.

  • After that, I go in with this unbelievable Sturm eye cream.

  • As you guys can tell, I'm a big Barbara Sturm fan.

  • Look, it's like Jello.

  • Can you see it bouncing?

  • No, am I just being weird?

  • Why are we getting so quiet? (laughing)

  • This is like an ASMR video now.

  • And I just put it like probably

  • like a pretty good amount under my eyes.

  • I'm a big eye cream fan.

  • I don't know how different it is from regular moisturizer

  • but I enjoy it.

  • It like just kinda of like reminds me

  • to give my eye some extra care.

  • And I use this little roller,

  • it's filled with rose quartz.

  • I don't really think the rose quartz does anything

  • but it is cute.

  • And I do think that the rolling effect helps

  • get the product into the skin.

  • And I'll sometimes even take it up like above my eyebrow.

  • Just because that area kinda deserves some extra attention.

  • I really revel in my night time routine.

  • Any kind of self-care act, like physical self-care act,

  • I think is so important.

  • I think when people talk about

  • like spending time on taking care of yourself

  • and equating it to vanity,

  • and calling vanity a negative thing,

  • I think that's really misinformed.

  • I think that psychologically,

  • giving yourself that extra time and attention

  • improves your self esteem

  • and improves your relationship with yourself.

  • Centers you.

  • You know, makes you feel loved and valued.

  • And I think that's really important.

  • I think that's really important for your life

  • and I think that's really important for your mental state.

  • I'm getting lost. (chuckling)

  • This is a therapy session now.

  • We are gonna talk really softly

  • and we are gonna talk about our feelings.

  • So next up, after I have done my moisturizer,

  • I know that people go back and forth

  • on kind of the order of steps,

  • but what works best for me is

  • I will end with straight up vitamin E oil.