What's in Ashley Graham's Makeup Bag?

Here are the products that keep the model camera-ready

By Alanah Joseph Aug 18, 2017 9:15 PMTags

Beauty is about confidence.

Ask any beauty star, and they'll tell you it's less about the products you're wearing, and more about how you wear them. It's about the way to you move, how you walk with your head up, so the sun catches on to your highlight. If you're more of a visual person, follow Ashley Graham and you'll understand.

From her fierce cat-eye liner to her high-shine brunette tresses, the model is usually photographed appearing high glam, courtesy of her makeup artist Morgan Martini. But, she hasn't always had a beauty pro at her side, and after years in the business, she knows what works for her. This brings us to ask, "What's in Ashley Graham's makeup bag?"

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Curious? Take a look at the model's must-haves below! 

Lip Balm

"Tatcha, I love their lip balm with the little gold flakes—so good," the model told E! News.

Tatcha Camellia Gold Spun Lip Balm, $30


"L'Oreal mascara in carbon black is my favorite drugstore product."

L'Oreal Paris Voluminous Original Mascara, $5.89

Rose Water

"I definitely can't live without rose water."

Editor's pick: Chantecaille Travel Size Pure Rosewater, $29.50


"I definitely cannot live with Laura Mercier moisturizer."

Laura Mercier Flawless Skin Mega Moisturizer SPF 15, $53


"I cannot live without my Chloe perfume."

Chloé Chloé Eau de Parfum, $46

Body Butter

"My easy buy, a yummy lotion, is the Moringa body butter."

The Body Shop Travel Size Moringa Body Butter, $7

Watch: Ashley Graham Hopes to Inspire at 2017 Met Gala

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