When she’s not gracing your telly presenting Postcards, Bec Judd runs her website Rebecca Judd Loves, is co-founder of Beauty EDU, an ambassador for Lipton Delicately Fresh Green Tea, the mother of two children — and is currently pregnant with twins.
So how does a woman this busy go about her daily beauty routine? Well, as you can imagine, like every other aspect of her life, she’s got it down to a fine art.
The Morning Routine
“I genuinely look forward to a moment of calm after the chaos of getting the kids up and ready for the day and juggling my work commitments, I like to sit down mid-morning and savour Lipton Delicately Fresh Green Tea. I’m a green tea lover and this tea is light and refreshing (and helps to get my game face on for the day).”
Watch: Bec Judd on how she juggles it all. (Post continues after video.)
“Being a busy mum means that I have zero time to do my makeup in the morning. My go-to ‘everyday’ look takes me about five minutes and the bases I’m currently using are chemical-free but still give me a great coverage.
“The products I use to create my daily look are Hourglass Veil liquid foundation ($95), Ellis Faas concealer ($51), I use S204, Musq powder mineral foundation in Rajasthan ($55), MAC lingering eyebrow pencil, Illamasqua Cream pigment in Androgen ($36), MAC liquid eyeliner in Boot Black ($21) and Benefit Ohh La Lift [under-eye lightener] ($22)”
Special shoot today….. Hair and makeup by @ghtbyrenee, wearing @countryroad and @paulbramdiamonds A photo posted by Rebecca Judd (@becjudd) on Apr 13, 2016 at 7:49pm PDT
I’ve had lots of questions asking how my skincare routine has changed since being up the duff. To be honest, apart from omitting Vit A serum, everything else has stayed the same. No nasties, not tested on animals. @theskincarecompany @kesterblack @herbivorebotanicals (Billie eats the coconut sugar scrub ????) A photo posted by Rebecca Judd (@becjudd) on Apr 25, 2016 at 1:43pm PDT
The Night Routine
“When I get home from work, I take my eye makeup off first with cotton pads and either the L’Oreal or Garnier eye makeup remover ($7.99). I then cleanse (sometimes twice) before having a good ‘ol facial scrub.”
“I love using serums and mix them up most nights. One night I’ll go for a Vitamin C serum, the following night a Vitamin B serum and I also use an exfoliating serum, too. I use The Skincare Company serums. They are powerfully active and don’t cost as much as some of the others out there. They also leave out the nasties. After using a serum, I’ll always finish with a moisturiser with active ingredients. Usually twice a week I’ll also use The Skincare Company’s AHA/BHA scrub ($65). (Post continues after gallery.)
Facials And Treatments
“With the amount of makeup I wear for work, a good facial scrub is something I cannot live without. My top two products are definitely Musq White Mineral and Rice Exfoliant ($42) and The Skincare Company’s AHA and BHA scrub.
“I also go to regular Laser Genesis and Dermasweep treatments at Liberty Belle Skin Clinic [in Melbourne]. If I’m feeling brave I’ll get IPL or a Clear and Brilliant baby fraxel treatment a couple of times a year. But they HURT!” (Post continues after this audio interview with Bec.)
Bec’s Day On A Plate
“Always muesli for breakfast and a strong latte.”
“Morning tea usually involves Lipton Green tea, fruit (pears are a fave and so high in fibre) and crackers with cheese. I also snack on Carman’s Fruit Free Muesli Bars and popcorn throughout the day.”
“Lunch is either brown rice sushi or a toasted focaccia (chicken/avo/cheese).
“For dinner we’ll either eat pasta or a lean meat (steak, chicken or fish) with brown rice and a yummy salad full of a mix of veggies and goats cheese.
“I eat dessert every night — either chocolate with a Lipton Green Tea, or a Snickers ice-cream bar: delish! I also bake a lot so am quite partial to a piece of banana cake with cream cheese frosting or a chocolate cupcake.”
Do you use any of the beauty products Bec Judd does?