Nicole Scherzinger, 43, just took to Instagram to post the most gorgeous makeup-free selfies you ever did see.
In the snaps, the former Pussycat Doll is wearing a hooded dress paired with comfy-looking fuzzy slippers. And her skin is downright radiant.
The secret behind that dewy glow? Coconut oil and face masks!
Nicole Scherzinger is all about glammed-up looks (as evidenced by her social media feed). But recently, she took to Instagram to drop some photos of herself without a stitch of makeup on—and they're everything.
There are two pics in the mix: one is a close-up of the 43-year-old singer and the other shows her in total laidback mode, rocking a casual hooded dress and fuzzy slippers. OK, but we need to talk about that selfie…Nicole’s wearing zero makeup and her skin is downright glowing.
“Chicken stir fry cooking attire✔️80’s love songs✔️Flight of The Conchords✔️My kind of Friday night 👌🏽,” she captioned the photos.
People were all about Nicole’s look in the comments: “Flawless 🔥,” one person wrote. “You are so beautiful 🥺💜,” another said. “I love that outfit it looks so comfy 😍,” chimed a superfan.
Nicole doesn’t screw around with her skincare and it shows. For starters, she likes to use the Jillian Dempsey Gold Sculpting Bar to really get her products into her skin—something that she told Allure is her “magic skincare wand.”
“A lot of times before I have to get ready, if I have to be on camera or something, I will put on a face mask and put on some skincare and [my face massager] will either help absorb into the skincare or just help with inflammation or bloating,” she said.
Nicole uses plain old coconut oil on her skin, too.“I actually grew up with my family taking the coconuts from their yard [in Hawaii], extracting the oil and sending it to me here in the mainland,” she said. “Now, coconut is everywhere and it’s awesome.”
“It's really healthy for the skin and anti-bacterial, and you can use it for your hair and skin,” she told Cosmo UK.
Nicole even uses a custom Dr. Barbara Sturm MC1 cream, which made from her own blood. “This is my moisturizer, which they actually took my blood and created,” she said during a bathroom tour with Allure. “It's not bloody or anything.”
Naturally, Nicole makes a point to take care of her visage, no matter what’s ahead. She previously told Glamour UK that she’s big on treating her skin, even if she’s going to put makeup on afterward. That means cleaning, toning, and using a face mask “to really get my skin glowing,” she said. “I’ve started using SK-II Facial Treatment Masks which are amazing. I follow that up with SK-II Essential Power moisturizer and then start on the makeup,” she added.
Pass the coconut oil.
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