15 Beauty Products That Nicole Richie Uses

Whilst at Coachella, Nicole Richie spoke to Cosmopolitan about the beauty products she actually uses – including her camera and bag!

Nicole takes her Canon PowerShot G7 X with her everywhere, “so I can take photos of everything that happened — especially if I’m not going to remember.” She has everything in her straw tote bag separated into a few smaller bags. “I’m a bag within a bag person because I’m a Virgo. We don’t want to be messy. We want to keep ourselves organized.”

Cosmo says: The first bag she keeps is a dark green velvet drawstring pouch for her crystals because “everyone is an animal.” he second is a small printed House of Harlow 1960 bag (part of her new collaboration with Urban Decay) where she keeps her makeup, and the last is a small red case (that she jokes is monogramed with “NCR” just in case she forgets her initials) for her skincare. Here’s a look at what’s inside those last two.

Read below to find out the 15 products Nicole Richie actually uses, or read on the Cosmopolitan website here.

1. House of Harlow 1960 x Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray, $15 | SHOP NOW
“This setting spray is so nice.”

2. House of Harlow 1960 x Urban Decay Heavy Metal Glitter Liner, $20 | SHOP NOW
“This weekend I’m really into the glitter liquid liner. It’s not in your face. It’s not hurting anyone. You’re just doing it for you, you know what I mean? It just like a nice accent, and I think that’s my attitude toward makeup as a whole. It should accentuate who you already are, not trying to change you into somebody else. What’s wrong with a little sparkle in your life? Nothing. You could even do it up your ear and then people would be like, ‘Is she pierced?’ No, it’s just, I don’t know what it is, but it’s dope. And then you for yourself know what it is.”

3. Clé de Peau Beauté Concealer Broad Spectrum SPF 25, $70 | SHOP NOW

“I have dark circles under my eyes and that was the first piece of makeup that I got and needed every day. It’s the only makeup I wear every day. Clé de Peau. Need.”

4. e.l.f. Professional Mechanical Eyelash Curler, $2 | SHOP NOW

“My save item is an eyelash curler. I’ll get one from anywhere because I’m not too precious about it. And I blow dry my eyelash curler to make my lashes stay up.”

5. Lucas’ Papaw Ointment, $13 | SHOP NOW

“Another drugstore product I like is Papaw lip balm. We spend a lot of time in Australia, so you can get it in Australian drugstore.”

6. Biologique Recherche Lotion P50 Original “1970” | SHOP NOW

7. Biologique Recherche Creme Echinoderm Au Complex Bio-Marin | SHOP NOW

“I splurge on Biologique. I use the P50 as a toner and then I use the cream for moisturizer. I’m big on moisturizer. Skincare is part of my beauty routine for me, so I spend a lot of time taking care of my skin and making sure it’s moisturized and looking clean and healthy.”

8. Biologique Recherche Lait U | SHOP NOW

“I also use Biologique milk cream face wash. I stick to one thing and that’s what I do. I don’t stray.”

9. Kora Organics Noni Radiant Eye Oil, $38 | SHOP NOW

“Miranda Kerr has a skincare line called Kora, and I use her face oil and I absolutely love it so much.”

10. Kora Organics Balancing Rose Mist, $34 | SHOP NOW

“I keep a rose water spray, and sometimes I keep a crystal spray because people are animals and sometimes we just need to clear the energy.”

11. Kiehl’s Cactus Flower & “Tibetan Ginseng” Hydrating Mist, $27 | SHOP NOW

“A nice little cactus flower spray, yes!”

12. Urban Decay Troublemaker Mascara, $24 | SHOP NOW

“The brush is so sick. It grabs every single lash and you come out looking like this lashalicious babe.”

13. Altoid Smalls in “Wintergreen”, $13 | SHOP NOW

“A few Altoids in case we want to French.”

14. Goody Ouchless Bobby Pins, $4 | SHOP NOW

“Bobby pins because my hair is curly and wild.”

15. Allegra 24 Hour Non-Drowsy Indoor and Outdoor Allergy Relief Tablets, $14 | SHOP NOW

“I keep Allegra because the most dangerous thing in the desert is the pollen.”

Read the full post on Cosmopolitan here.

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