Irina Shayk uses gold face masks to keep her skin moisturised and avoids wearing makeup when she’s not working

Irina Shayk at the Hikari (Radiance) screening. Photographed by Stephane Cardinale - Corbis
Irina Shayk at the Hikari (Radiance) screening. Photographed by Stephane Cardinale - Corbis
Stephane Cardinale - Corbis

Being a model, Irina has to fly regularly for her catwalk shows and campaigns but long haul plane travel leaves her with very dry skin on her face.

Speaking to British Vogue, she says luxury skincare products, such as Mimi Luzon 24k Pure Gold Dust, give her skin a golden glow.

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“I always moisturise my skin a lot when I travel as the air on the plane is really dry. To revive my skin after a long-distance flight, I use special masks to moisturise and refresh the skin for a healthy glow,” she says.

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Although she uses luxury skincare products to combat the effects of flying, Irina insists day-to-day skincare is fairly minimal as she avoids wearing make-up when she’s not working.

Compiled by Futhi Masilela

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