The Beauty Products Gigi, Kendall, and More Keep in Their Gym Bags
We know that to maintain their covetable model figures, Gigi Hadid likes hitting the punching bag, while Kendall Jenner hates cardio but does it anyway. Yes, everyone's always dying to know the secrets behind how top models stay in shape, but we admit we might be a little more curious about what beauty products are in their gym bags. After our favorite runway walkers recover from their intense workout regimens, what are their tried-and-true staples for freshening up?
It's a challenge for most to step out looking photo-ready (or ready to run into anyone you know) after hitting the gym. Yet models do it daily and with unrivaled dexterity. Never camera shy, models off duty maintain their cool, effortlessly eye-catching vibe, even when they just finished a session of single-leg dead lifts on a Bosu ball or high-intensity dance cardio.
Keep scrolling to see the products these supermodels swear by after they sweat.
St. Ives Fresh Skin Apricot Scrub ($4)
Gigi Hadid keeps her body bikini-ready by boxing at Gotham Gym in New York City. After breaking a sweat, the top model rinses off and freshens up just like the rest of us. While she has access to some of the most luxurious beauty products on the market, Hadid still loves this popular drugstore score for washing her face. "The exfoliating beads get the blood circulating and leave my skin feeling clean and soft," she tells InStyle.com.
La Mer The Renewal Oil ($240)
Patrick Ta, the makeup mastermind behind many of Hadid's and BFF Kendall Jenner's red carpet looks, asserts there are certain essentials that a woman should never leave home without. First: a face oil. Ta tells Vogue he uses La Mer's to prep his clients' skin and even mixes it in with foundation to lock in extra moisture.
Harry Josh Pro Tools Wooden Paddle Brush ($56)
One of Jenner's staples for keeping her mane shiny and sleek throughout the day, before and after workouts is this paddle brush. "It smooths my hair without snagging, and it's great for blow-drying," she tells InStyle.com. Perfect for getting hair back in place after a run (though she's confided in us before how much she hates cardio).