Australian supermodel and mother-of-three Miranda Kerr has shared her 2022 Christmas gift guide with fans, with plenty of beauty and wellness-inspired presents for the whole family – but they come at a price.
The mum-of-three, 39, posted the holiday suggestions to her skincare website Kora Organics on November 12 after ‘hand selecting’ a range of lavish products for the loved ones in your life.
Chiefly among them were her own skincare products – which are currently available in selected gift packs – as well as products she had collaborated with other brands to produce, like a lipstick with RMS, NuFace toning device and Sunchild yoga mat.
The mum-of-three, 39, posted the holiday suggestions to her skincare website Kora Organics on November 12 after ‘hand selecting’ a range of lavish products for the loved ones in your life
Miranda suggested the Explorian Blender from Vitamix, which is a cool $436, a Louis Vuitton makeup bag for $1,016 and $10,237 Tiffany and Co Lock Bangle would make for excellent gifts, alongside the Rimowa-branded suitcase ($1,543) and $179 ceramic diffuser by Vituri
While some of the items, like the $37 Beekeeper’s Natural Throat Spray and $43 Intelligent Change Five Minute Journal were reasonably priced, there were plenty of exorbitantly priced offerings as well.
Miranda suggested the Explorian Blender from Vitamix, which is a cool $436, a Louis Vuitton makeup bag for $1,016 and $10,237 Tiffany and Co Lock Bangle would make for excellent gifts, alongside the Rimowa-branded suitcase ($1,543) and $179 ceramic diffuser by Vituri.
It’s a far-cry from a video Miranda shared with Vogue France in June where she talked about some of her favourite budget travel buys.
From Charlotte Tilbury’s $85 eyeshadow palette to a $16 dry shampoo, the 39-year-old model went through what she uses to she achieves a naturally glowing makeup and hair look to mask jetlag.
Aussie supermodel Miranda Kerr has revealed the skincare and makeup routine she relies on to ‘reenergise’ after a long haul flight and hide her jetlag
Miranda said she always does her skincare routine when she arrives at her destination to make her feel energised and treat herself to some ‘self care’.
She starts by using the foaming cleanser, a brightening and exfoliating mask and Vitamin C serum she said she is ‘obsessed’ with from her own brand Kora Organics.
She then moisturises and runs a gua sha or facial sculptor over her skin to reduce ‘puffiness’ which she does both after a long flight and first thing each morning.
‘It contours your skin and lifts your skin and sculpts your skin, it increases circulation, it depuffs you skin,’ she explained.
For her skin Miranda relies on her beauty line Kora Organics to treat her skin after flying including the brightening and exfoliating mask
Miranda cleanses her face with a foaming cleanser from Kora Organics (left) then starts her make up routine with ‘a couple of pumps’ of RMS Beauty foundation (right) which she applies with a brush
‘It feels so soothing and I have been using a gua sha on my skin since I was in my early twenties.’
For her makeup, Miranda starts with ‘a couple of pumps’ of RMS Beauty foundation and applies it ‘all over her face’ with a foundation brush.
‘I honestly feel like when your skincare is great your makeup sits so much better on your skin,’ she added.
She applies some concealer to her under eyes to hide dark circles by simply tapping it on with her fingers.
Miranda said blush is ‘one of her favourite steps’ and applies it to her cheeks and eyelids then applies mascara on her top and bottom lashes to ‘open up’ her ‘jetlagged eyes’
For her eyebrows, she lightly fills them in with a brown pencil and brush them upwards.
Miranda then moves onto blush which she said is ‘one of her favourite steps’ and applies it to her cheeks and eyelids.
‘I’m just one of those girls that feels like a little flushed cheek goes a long way,’ she said.
‘I put my blush on the top of my eyelids because I feel like it just ties it all together.’
Miranda Kerr’s favourite skin care and beauty products for travelling
- Kora Organise Turmeric Glow Foaming Cleanser – $56
- Kora Organics Turmeric Brightening and Exfoliating Mask – $65
- Kora Organics Noni Bright Vitamin C Serum – $89
- Kora Organics Turmeric Glow Moisturiser – $80
- Kora Organics Rose Quartz Heart Facial Sculptor – $80
Miranda uses Charlotte Tilbury’s Airbrush Flawless Finish in Shade Number One
- RMS Beauty foundation – $68
- IT Cosmetics Bye Bye Under Eye Concealer – $46
- Benefit Goof Proof Brow Pencil – $45
- RMS Beauty Pressed Blush – $36.95
- Kosassport LipFuel Lip Balm in shade Pulse – $27
- Charlotte Tilbury Airbrush Flawless Finish in Shade Number One – $70
- Tweezerman ProCurl eyelash Curler – $48.95
- Ilia Fullest Volumising Mascara – $42
- Charlotte Tilbury super Nudes Easy Eye Palette – $85
- Ilia Gel liner – $39
- Charlotte Tilbury Beauty Light Wand – $57
- Sisley Lip Liner – $72
- Theragun Mini Percussive Therapy Device – $349
- Klorane Dry shampoo with Aquatic Mint – $16.99
The former Victoria’s Secret Angel said if you accidentally use too much blush, you can ‘melt it back’ by using a foundation brush so it becomes more ‘natural looking’.
Miranda then uses some balm on her lips in a ‘natural tint’ as well as Charlotte Tilbury’s Airbrush Flawless Finish powder in Shade Number One.
She washed her hair before flying so just gave her brunette locks a spray with Klorane Dry Shampoo which is just $16
‘I only ever put it down the centre. I like to keep the outsides more glowy and the centre more matte as it looks better in photographs that way,’ she said.
Miranda curls her eyelashes and applies mascara from the ‘root to the tip’ on her top and bottom lashes to ‘open up’ her ‘jetlagged eyes’.
She ‘defines’ her eyes by using a small amount of brown eyeshadow on the outer corner of her eyes and brushing up slightly, then lining the eye with a pencil in the inner corner.
The Kora Organics skincare founder uses highlighter on the brow bone, tops of the cheeks and a ‘tiny touch’ in the inner corner of the eye and finally, lines her lips with a pencil to give them more ‘definition’.
After using a massage gun for a minute, Miranda starts her one-step hair routine.
She said she washes her hair before getting on the plane so just needs to give her brunette locks a spray with Klorane Dry Shampoo, which is just $16.
The runway star said she is ‘not afraid’ to be generous with the dry shampoo which gives her hair more volume.