Troye Sivan Uses Nine Products for His No-Makeup Makeup Routine

In addition to being a pro at churning out chart-topping bangers, Troye Sivan happens to be very skilled at the elusive no makeup–makeup look. Or, as he put it in a new beauty routine video for Vogue, "I've slowly but surely half-assed my way into a beauty routine."

Sivan describes his routine as "super chill, not crazy." (Of course, his definition of "crazy" makeup is probably much different than ours.) First, he starts off with the basics: Cetaphil cleanser and Cetaphil Moisturizing Lotion. Then, if he's feeling "glam and dry," he adds a drop or two of rosehip oil. "I like looking dewy, and I feel like this aids with that," he says. "Kind of makes you look a little greasy, but that's fine."

Once his skin is prepped, he uses BareMinerals bareSkin Complete Coverage Serum Concealer under the eyes, to cover redness around the nose, and to camouflage a birthmark, then blends the whole thing in with just his fingers. "I think you're also supposed to tap, but that hurts, so why would you do that?" he asks. (Someone please teach this man about the wonders of a beauty blender.) Next up, he uses a fluffy powder brush to lightly dust Benefit Hoola Bronzing Powder all over the face until he looks like he "just came back from Barbados."

Sivan uses the M.A.C. Eye Brows Styler Pencil to darken his light brows—just a little, because he knows from experience how easy it is to over-beat your brows. "There are times that I've left the house and I have caterpillars on my face, and I don't realize that I've gone overboard," he says.

He tops his face makeup with Clinique Blended Face Powder and Tarte Rainforest of the Sea 4-in-1 Setting Mist. For his flushed lip stain, he literally says that biting his lips is a habit of his, which gives that natural flush but swears by Vaseline Lip Therapy to keep them feeling moisturized. Then, going off makeup-script, he finishes with a bit of cheek color, which he says is quite new to him. A simple pat of Olio E Osso Tinted Balm on the cheeks does the trick (plus, another pass of the aforementioned fluffy face brush).

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