Yesterday, the Byrdie HQ determined that the Crazy Rich Asians cast is full of beautiful humans after rounding up the best beauty looks at the premiere. The movie premiere was full of more head-turning beauty looks than normal, and we're so here for it. One of the main actresses, Constance Wu, won us over with an ultra-glam look. It was impossible not to notice her glowing skin, which was practically blinding with radiance.
Trust, we know good skin when we see it. Oh, and get ready for this: Wu is 36-years-old. She doesn't look a day past 21. You better believe we were all ears when we heard word that the actress recently shared her entire skincare routine to The New York Times. What's her secret to ageless, glowing, porcelain skin?
Scroll through for her go-to skincare products and what she loves about them below.
"First thing: I chug a bunch of water, and then I usually do something pretty simple," she told The New York Times. "You know those Neutrogena makeup wipes? I use either those or just water."
After cleansing with the towettes, she follows that up with this cult-favorite serum from Drunk Elephant. "I shop at Sephora a lot because they’re really cool about letting you try things out," Wu told The New York Times. "This was a recommended product there, so I gave it a go and loved it."
"The first time I heard about La Mer was in middle school, and I read that J.Lo used it," Wu told The New York Times. "I didn’t always use it, but once I started making money, I was like, “I can actually afford to treat myself.” To me, skin care is a pleasure."
Wu shares that depending on the day she wears a sunscreen. She swapped out her chemical sunscreen to this physical one from La-Roche Posay.
Like most beauty gurus, Wu has a completely separate nighttime skincare routine. When she has a shoot and is wearing a lot of makeup she goes double-duty on the cleansers. "I use SK-II oil cleanser — that takes the makeup off — and after that, I use the Clearasil face wash," Wu told The New York Times.
"Seriously. I’ve been using it since I was a teenager."
"And I’m really into these Alpha Beta peels by Dr. Dennis Gross," Wu says to The New York Times. "If I want to be really glow-y the next day, I definitely use them."
"I follow that with the Drunk Elephant serum, and sometimes I use a prescription retinoid called tretinoin," Wu tells The New York Times. "If I do the peel, though, I skip that. I won’t use both. I also like the Shiseido Glow Revival line a lot. I use the serum, the lotion and the eye cream."
Thanks to Wu for blessing us with her holy grail skincare products. If you also want to know what the actress depends on for her hair, makeup, fitness, and diet routine read the entire article here.