Miranda Kerr Shares Her 15-Minute Beauty Regime

14/08/2014 16:46 | Updated 20 May 2015

How long does it take the average girl to get ready? 30 minutes? 45 minutes? An hour? Well, if you're Miranda Kerr it's just 15 minutes!


Yes, we did say 15 minutes! Crazy quick, huh?! This lady must be some kind of superwoman!

Think hot water and lemon, dry body brushing, tinted day cream and you're almost there.

Writing on her Kora Organics blog, the Aussie model said the first thing she does when she wakes is to drink glass of warm water with the juice of half a lemon.

"Warm lemon water in the morning helps kick start the digestion process for the rest of the day," she said. "It's also a morning ritual that cleanses the system in vitamin C, which promotes healing and health."


The Victoria's Secret model also swears by brushing her body before she gets in the shower to get rid of dead skin cells and to get her circulation going.

And which products does this supermodel use on her face? Her own, of course! Miranda uses cleaner and a body wash from her Kora Organics collection and also opts for tinted cream rather than foundation.

"I apply Kora Organics tinted day cream as a healthy alternative to foundation," she says. "It's quick and easy to apply and has the perfect amount of coverage... it leaves my complexion radiant with an even tone.

"Use your fingers to apply, as the warmth will help the formulation melt into your skin for a flawless finish."

If that wasn't enough, Miranda even has time in the morning to groom her eyebrows and apply two or three coats of mascara! She says she finishes off her look with a lip balm if she wants a natural look or a red lipstick if she's looking to make a statement.

And last but not least, Miranda only needs to style her hair in the mornings because she washes it the night before. Currently she's loving plaits or a high topknot!

There you have it, 15 minutes - done and dusted.

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