Hailey Bieber’s Simple Foundation Trick Is the Key to Her “Glazed Donut” Skin


When you think of Hailey Bieber, you probably think of a few things: maybe her husband Justin, but definitely her effortlessly cool street style and her “glazed donut” skin and nails. 

Hailey’s dewy, pearlescent glow on both her skin and her manicure has become a signature look for the star, as well as the centerpiece of her skin care brand Rhode Skin. To bring the look to life, Hailey relies on a classic makeup artist hack for that gorgeous shine, and she’s sharing her secret in a new TikTok.

In a new short video posted to her account, Hailey shows off her go-to foundation hack for glowing skin. Her makeup artist adds a pump of her (currently sold out) Peptide Glazing Fluid to her foundation, then mixes the two with a flat foundation brush before applying the mix to Hailey’s skin.

 “I really love this @rhode hack,” Hailey wrote in her post. “I use this trick whenever I do foundation.” The result? That signature “glazed donut” vibe, obviously! (Per her Vogue “Beauty Secrets” video, the foundation Hailey uses in her routine is the Chanel Vitalumière Radiant, Moisture-Rich Fluid Foundation.)

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Combining skin care and makeup isn’t new; makeup artists have been doing it for years, mixing oils and serums to sheer out makeup formulas or give skin a radiant, glassy finish. Because the Peptide Glazing Fluid instantly illuminates skin with that pearly glow, it’s the perfect option to mix with foundation or tinted moisturizer a la Hailey.

This isn’t the only skin hack Hailet has shared as of late. Back in August, Hailey shared yet another hack to achieve a glowy makeup base that involves another Rhode Skin product: the Barrier Restore Cream (BRC). Of course, not only are these hacks Hailey-approved, but they are also compatible so don’t mind us while we give them a try!

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