Margot Robbie’s Handy Beauty Hacks

Her toothbrush trick is genius
Margot Robbie’s Handy Beauty Hacks
Pati Dubroff
Erin CookBy Erin Cook -

Margot Robbie is a girl of many talents: she's a top-notch actor, producer and model.

But you already knew that, right?

What you may not know about this Dalby [Queensland] girl is that she's also a beauty aficionado.

While on the promotional trail for some of her more recent movies, including I, Tonya, Suicide Squad and Tarzan, Margot quietly dropped a few prolific beauty hacks. From using a toothbrush to blend her foundation, to spraying her feet with an anti-inflammatory product, here are a few of Margot's most handy hacks:

1. Her tip for making high heels less painful


To prevent sore feet from walking the red carpet in high heels (the struggle is real), Margot sprays her feet beforehand with Still Standing (Dhs100 at Amazon) — an anti-inflammatory spray. Or rather, Margot's stylist Kate Young sprays the actress' feet prior to her red carpet appearances. (You get the drift.)

2. Margot Robbie's foundation hack


Margot's blonde hair is at the lighter end of the spectrum — even for a blonde. To make sure her foundation doesn't stain her hair, she uses a toothbrush to blend the product towards her hairline. "I do that every single day, and every time my husband [Tom Ackerley] is like, 'What are you doing?'" she told ELLE. "And I'm like, 'I'm brushing my make-up into my hairline!' And he's like, 'Girls are crazy.'"

3. Her hack for dry lips


"I have a conspiracy theory that lip balms actually have additives in them to dry your lips out so you keep buying them," the 27-year-old told ELLE. "I use Bepanthen, which is actually a cream for breastfeeding mothers or diaper rash cream for babies… because Bepanthen is just a cream for dry skin, it works. It's what I've used my whole life."

4. Her hack for gettin' rid of puffy under eyes


As mentioned earlier, Margot's busy, jet-set lifestyle means her sleep patterns get all out of whack. And lack of sleep = puffy under eye circles. To depuff, she uses Talika Eye Therapy Patches (Dhs147 at Mankind). "While I'm getting my hair done, I put on Talika under-eye patches," she told BAZAAR. "They help with puffiness."

H/T  Cosmo AU