We swear by multi-use products and barely-there makeup. Simple dewy skin, glossy lips and natural ingredients are our go-to. Lano is lo-fi beauty made simple.
In this new series we will chat to lo-fi beauty legends, and uncover their top five must-have beauty products. It’s no secret, they all swear by Lano too.
This month, in our Lo-fi Beauty series we speak to ultimate Lo-fi girl and the brains behind TOMBOY Beauty and the latest Lano Lo-fi Campaign, Chloe Brinklow.
TOMBOY is one of Australia’s leading authorities on the less-is-more approach to beauty. With a very impressive range of editorial shoots behind her, we often draw to Chloe to seek inspiration.
We spoke to Chloe to get the low-down on her fave lo-fi products.
Here’s her Lo-fi beauty routine:
Step 1: Without sounding like one of those people I truly believe beauty starts from inside. I start the day with Elle McPherson’s Super Elixir shaken on ice with The Beauty Chef’s GLOW powder. I am also obsessed with BC’s Vanilla flavour protein, it’s really yummy and clean.
Step 2: Next, is skincare. I see Melanie Grant who has put me on a pretty solid regimen, and it’s a constant battle against hormones and dehydration from frequent flying. I cleanse with Cosmedix Purity Clean, Double Cleanse with La Mer Micellar Water, apply my serum (Cosmedix Serum 16, Cosmedix Simply Brilliant for day) and then apply my 50+ Sunscreen from Actinica, or Dr Aspect night cream at night.
Step 3: My beauty motto is, less is more, so I try to keep makeup to a minimum. Becca’s light reflecting primer, followed by La Mer foundation (where needed).
Step 4: Lanolips 101 Ointment is my most used beauty product. I use it on lips, cheek bones and on eye lids, to make me feel fresh. Every time I wear it people ask what I am using: EVERY TIME!
Step 5: I used to be very anti-hair serum, but I’m a big fan of David Mallet’s new one, applied only my ends, with air-dried French girl everything else.
Keep it Lo-fi, keep it Lano.
Keep your eyes peeled for more of our Lano Lo-fi shoot, with Creative Direction by Chloe Brinklow