Trialling Jennifer Hawkin’s Beauty Routine



I trialled the beauty routine of Jennifer Hawkins for a week, to see how good it works.

Australian celebrities have hot bods, natural beauty and promote healthy lifestyles of making yourself beautiful from the inside out.

Australian celebrities like Jennifer Hawkins, Miranda Kerr and even Chris Hemsworth all swim in the ocean regularly, drinking lots of water, eat a clean diet and avoid chemical-based beauty products.

But what are their real secrets?

After spending hours researching Jennifer Hawkins beauty routine, we tracked down the details of  her beauty routine of Jennifer Hawkins and trialled it for a week.

Unlike the weird beauty trends of some American celebrities (see article here on how weird American celebs can get in their beauty routines), Australian celebs tend to have a more natural way of keeping themselves beautiful.

Here’s what Jennifer says about her daily beauty routine:

  1. Introduce a lot of coconut oil and olive oil into your diet,
  2. Drink plenty of water,
  3. Take a zinc tablet every day.
  4. Use an oil-free, thick face moisturiser at night to nourish skin whilst you sleep.
  5. DIY home made facial every week (click here for some inspiration),
  6. Blue and red-light LED light treatments monthly
  7. A Derma-sweep (similar to a microderm-embrasion, less harsh) a fortnight.
  8. Wear matte lipsticks and always wear mascara if nothing else.
  9. Exfoliate your body and your face at least once a week,
  10. Use self-tan to create a natural glow to both your face and body.
  11. At night, rub coconut oil into your skin for an extra hydration boost,
  12. Leave some in your hair for a few hours for a natural hair mask.
  13. If you’re prone to oily skin, use a mineral-based powder on your t-zone areas only to rebalance and polish off your natural beauty look.

This is what BB contributor Rebecca Wilkinson had to say about sticking to Jennifer’s beauty routine:

“Her routine was pretty easy to manage, although I must admit towards the end of the week I did struggle with the increased water intake (as I felt bloated from too much water) and simply had no time at all to DIY my own face masks.

I also didn’t fancy the idea of going to sleep with coconut oil all over my skin. So, I left it on my skin for a few hours and then used a towel to wipe of any excess before bed.

By the end of the week, I’ll admit my skin was glowing and was noticed by others who commented how good my skin looked.

Whether it a was a coincidence or not, where I happened to trial Jennifer’s beauty routine on a good skin week I’ll never know. As I have continued it and I don’t seem to be glowing as much.

Would I continue this beauty routine as part of mine own daily? Absolutely.

Considering Jennifer’s routine is fairly natural and not weird in any way, I’d be happy to keep including her beauty secrets into my own daily routine.

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Rebecca Wilkinson


Say hello to Bondi Beauty's Beauty Columnist. Rebecca is a pescatarian, who may yet become vegan. She loves all things beauty, health & travel with a weakness for coffee. If she's not answering her mobile - it's probably because she's trying out the latest beauty craze like ice baths or rubbing smashed avo on her face. We know, what a waste of smashed avo. Reach out to her with your beauty questions.

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