Shalom & Amber は私が高校生の頃からトップで活躍してるけど
ほぼ同年代なんだよね～ Kate Moss もそうだけど
In 1995, months after she gave birth to her first child, this Pennsylvania-born beauty appeared in no fewer than five editorials for Bazaar. Now 44 and the mother of four, McMenamy still makes runway cameos.
"I'm like a greaseball all the time. The second my skin starts to feel dried out, I panic," she says. Her moisturizer of choice: Nuxe Paris. "I have really sensitive skin but need something rich that won't make me break out."
McMenamy swears by hot yoga. "It's amazing for your complexion. You sweat for an hour and a half. Afterward, I shower and put on jojoba and sesame oils while my skin is damp."
Having graced more than a thousand magazine covers, Crawford, 43, knows a few beauty tricks.
"Women forget to take care of their décolletage, and it shows their age," says Crawford. She protects hers, as well as her complexion, with Meaningful Beauty, the skin-care line she created with Jean-Louis Sebagh, a Paris-based cosmetic doctor.
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"Your hair texture changes as you age; mine used to be a lot more smooth. I use Moroccanoil Treatment [$39] to keep it hydrated."
Transitioning from modeling to acting isn't the only big change in Valletta's life these days. "My skin has become much more sensitive to products," says the 35-year-old mom. "I now have to be more diligent about what I use."
SPF is a must. "I live in California, so I wear sunscreen every day, even if it's cloudy."
"I love products." Her current facial regimen includes items from Epicuren, Dermalogica, and LancerRX, a line by her Beverly Hills dermatologist, Harold Lancer.
In 1993, the German model became a sensation with her striking platinum locks and legs that seemed to go on forever.
"I think women look best when they're natural," says Auermann, 38. "With makeup, I always find it's better to concentrate on one part, like your eyes or lips."
That signature blonde takes a bit of work. "I tried four or five colorists before I found Mandy at Vidal Sassoon in Berlin. Without her, my life would be difficult."
At 35, Harlow still fronts some of the biggest campaigns, including Chanel skin care.
"I love putting yogurt and egg whites on my face. It's so moisturizing and soothing."
After working under hot lights with layers of makeup on all day, she turns to facialist Elena Schell, owner of the Elena Schell Skin Care Clinic in New York City. "When she performs extractions, she doesn't leave a single mark."
Schiffer became a household name 20 years ago as the face of Guess, and now, at 39, the current L'Oréal Paris spokesmodel and face of D&G fragrance shows no signs of slowing down.
"What I eat affects my skin," she says. "Anything that's heavy, like dairy or sweets, breaks out my complexion, and it doesn't look as fresh. When I stopped eating dairy, my skin looked nicer."
"Fresh carrot or apple juice and water with lemon and ginger help give my skin a healthy look."
The Danish stunner, 40, may have made her mark in front of the camera, but now she's more likely to be seen behind it, having shot campaigns for Edun and Aveda.
"Nude Miracle Mask [$70] really is miraculous. It makes your skin look tight and glowing."
She entrusts her luminous complexion to Christine Chin, owner of New York City's Christine Chin Spa. "After I get the microdermabrasion and a green-tea facial, my skin feels unbelievably soft and dewy."
It's hard to imagine it's been almost two decades since the leggy German, now 43, lip-synched her way through George Michael's "Freedom 90" video. Patitz still looks just as fresh.
"I believe in aging gracefully," she says.
"Microcurrent devices are actually really good because they stimulate the muscles, but I'm not a big fan of injectables. You don't know what they'll do to your face in the long run."