Hailey Bieber Reveals the Beauty Trick That's Been a "Game-Changer" in Quarantine

Hailey Bieber opened up to Allure about the beauty secrets that she's used to ensure her skin stayed refreshed and flawless while she stayed inside.

By Vannessa Jackson Aug 27, 2020 6:09 PMTags
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Hailey Bieber is no stranger to beauty and fashion. While everyone else was hunkering down and staying inside, Hailey was also working on perfecting her beauty regimen. The supermodel opened up to Allure magazine about the tips and tricks she used to make sure she was staying in and staying on-top of her skincare routine.

"The one thing that I started doing in quarantine that really changed my skin a couple of months ago was double cleansing," she revealed. "Double cleansing has really been a big game-changer for me."

Hailey also shared a fun little tidbit about her lash routine, and why she needs to comb them almost every day.

"I sleep funny on my lashes sometimes, so they weirdly go in all different directions," she explained. "I need to comb them out before I put mascara on. When it comes to that, I try to use the brush of [BareMinerals Strength & Length] to comb them. You can really get in there with the paddle brush."

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Obviously Hailey couldn't help but gush about her musician hubby Justin Bieber and how they spent quarantine together.

"We're still newly married. We'll be married for two years in September," the star said. "So it felt like a long, extended honeymoon where we got to really hang. He's my best friend and it was really nice for us to spend a lot of time together."

Hailey also explained that thanks to Justin's career as a teen idol, he hasn't really had a lot of downtime in the last decade. So quarantine came as a welcomed change of pace for the pop idol. As the 23-year-old noted, Justin "hasn't spent that much time since he was really young. So in a way, it was really nice for him."