Nicole Scherzinger has wowed us with her blossoming style credentials since touching down in the UK to be an X Factor judge alongside fashion flop Tulisa Contostavlos, and now the singer has revealed how she maintains her gorgeous glowing skin.
The 34-year-old former Pussycat Doll has said that moisturiser is the vital key to staying young, because it's ''preventative.''
Nicole feels under pressure with her style, figure and skin since being in the limelight, and fully understands that a big part of her job is looking good, hence why she's hired a new style team which have transformed her look.
And the talent show judge is more than conscious about her skin, being particularly circumspect when it comes to picking products, lathering on lotions to keep wrinkles at bay.
"Moisturisers are definitely important. They're preventative. When you're tired, it's like a tall glass of water for the skin,'' she revealed to Look magazine.
Nicole has triumphed in the style stakes since touching down in the UK - Splash
''I've been using La Prairie for many years but I'm trying a new product called SK-11, it's from Japan and it's made with pitera [a blend of vitamins, amino acids, minerals and organic acids]," added.
And even at 34, Nicole is already worrying about the effects of ageing, but doesn't let it preoccupy her mind too much.
She believes taking care of her skin will ensure she looks her best as she ages gracefully, and isn't adverse to having a little help when it comes to her appearance, rarely leaving the house without her favourite mascara.
On her make-up essentials, Nicole spilled the beans on her holy grail mascara as well her her facial needs for the day.
She said: "L'Oreal Voluminous mascara - it's so good! I'd also go for a good lipgloss and an eyeliner.''
''Having a little bit of accent on the eyes and lips is all I need. Then I put on sunglasses and I'm ready to go," she said, when asked for her make-up must-haves,'' she continued.
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