I have five different creams that I switch between because sometimes I want a fluid and sometimes I want a richer cream. Right now I’m using my Bespoke Cream by Georgia Louise ($350). I recently launched a machine in my spa where we analyze your skin and create a bespoke skin care cream. I use either my Vital Finishing Serum ($150) or the Genaissance de La Mer the Serum Essence ($665) to finish, and then I will use SPF. I love La Mer the Broad Spectrum SPF 50 Daily ($95). I use my Rose Water mist ($120) during the day to rehydrate my skin. I like to have it in my handbag—I just like the way it feels and smells.
My Nighttime Skin Care Additions: $2,183
Three months on and three months off, I’ll use a retinol. The Environ South Africa line has retinols that are really gentle. I’ll do that at night with a vitamin C like Dr. Devgan Platinum Vitamin C+ Luminous Night Serum ($145). The finishing serum is always La Mer the Concentrate.
Three times a week, I do my Sleeping Beauty Oil ($120) and gua sha with my Butterfly Stone or my Cryo Freeze Tools. I then wash my face and apply Pulse+GLO Ion Enhancer ($165), which is an electric sheet mask, for 20 minutes. The other two times a week, I use my GLOLite LED Mask ($950) for 10 to 20 minutes. Once I finish, I’ll put on either my Bespoke Cream or La Mer Moisturizing Soft Cream ($180) and Eye Concentrate. The other thing I use is the Environ Gold Roller ($298) five times a week. It takes one minute, and I’ve been doing it for so many years now to push the product further into my skin and induce collagen. On Sunday mornings, I use the NuFace Facial Toning Device ($325), which is my favorite at-home microcurrent.
My Daytime Makeup: $431
I’m more about skin care than makeup. I try not to use any coverage unless I have an event, but my new obsession is Gucci Westman’s blush sticks. I love the Westman Atelier Baby Cheeks in Dou Dou ($50) and Poppet ($50) to just get a little bit of color. If I’m going out after work, I can just literally accentuate my cheeks and I’m good to go. I use Trish McEvoy Lash Curling Mascara ($32) because it doesn’t transfer or smudge, and then I’ll use Charlotte Tilbury Feline Flick Liquid Eyeliner ($30). For me, it’s about more the eyes. During the day I always use La Mer the Lip Balm ($65). I’m really obsessed with Dr. Devgan Platinum Lip Plump ($50)—it just swells up your lips and gives them a rosy color. I also love Dior Addict Lip Maximizer ($34). For events, I turn to La Mer the Luminous Lifting Cushion Foundation ($120). It goes on so well and gives such lovely coverage, like a sheer look. It’s great to travel with.
My Nighttime Makeup: $118
I love the Westman Atelier Face Trace Contour Stick in Biscuit ($48) for my cheeks, and I’ll always do a bright red shade of Chanel Rouge Coco Lipstick ($38) to bring a bit of color to my skin. For concealer, I’m really loving Charlotte Tilbury’s Magic Away ($32).
My Biannual Haircut: $1,360
I’m really lazy with my hair. I see Chris McMillan for my cuts ($680). I was introduced to him by Jennifer Aniston, and I see him when I’m in L.A. every four to six months. I have long hair that’s in good condition because I let it dry naturally. I don’t use a blow-dryer. Whenever I see him, he gives me bangs. He’ll always try to restyle me, but I just like my hair simple and clean. It’s expensive, but so worth it.
My Styling Extras: $130
I love Amika: 3D Volume Thickening Shampoo and Conditioner ($20 each). I use them to give my hair some thickness and some more luster. My new obsession is Deborah Pagani; she’s come up with these beautiful hair accessories, like pins. I typically do my hair in a French twist or a bun, so I like to do that with one of her Large Sleek Hair Pins ($90).
My Essential Treatments: $2,960
I go to L.A. every month now, and when I’m there, I get a Japanese massage ($140) at Hideko Spa near Brentwood. It’s truly amazing. I have a weekly massage ($200 per session) that I get at home because I bend over so much with my job—I need it. My personal masseuse is amazing, but he doesn’t want to be named because he’s so booked up.
My Wellness Routine: $3,900
I’m a diabetic and also have Hashimoto’s disease, so I’m very careful when it comes to my well-being. I see Daniela Turley, who’s a naturopath. She makes me tinctures to boost my immune system, liver, and kidneys. I also go to Rahav Wellness, which is under the care of Dr. Miriam Rahav. She’s a functional medicine doctor who tests my blood, makes me easy programs of supplements, and offers holistic treatments ($500 per appointment, three times a year) for my morning and nighttime regimens.
I also do Pilates at Equinox two times a week ($2,400 yearly membership). It’s a great way to sculpt and tone your body and a workout that I really enjoy. In the spring and summer, I walk to work every day for 20 minutes. I love the freedom.