After years of dazzling us with her flawlessly glowy skin, Hailey Bieber has finally let slip her go-to makeup base and, unsurprisingly, it’s the perfect mix of the best non-comedogenic foundations and her Rhode beauty line. Here’s the secret to Hailey Bieber’s ‘Glazed’ foundation look.
The model—who was just part of a major pop culture moment after being pictured with Selena Gomez—has revealed her daily product combo for glass-like skin. So, what are we waiting for?! Let’s get to it!
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How to achieve Hailey Bieber’s ‘glazed’ foundation look
Hailey Bieber’s makeup day-to-day is very natural, which is of course helped by her almost inhumanely clear skin. She frequently shares her beauty routine on TikTok, baffling her fans with just how little product she uses—our pores could never—as well as sharing her favorite products, like her Kosas concealer and now her foundation hack.
In one of her said videos, she revealed that she mixed her foundation with the sell-out Rhode Glazing Peptide fluid—so basically infusing her makeup with glazing, skincare goodness. She even uses the fluid as a highlight for extra radiance.
Now, we’d like to preface this by acknowledging that Hailey does have very clear skin, which is nice for her but not the reality for many of us—but regardless of what coverage you need, we’re focusing on the GLOW here, which can be incorporated with whatever your skin type or texture. We’ll also be sharing some tips on other products that will work just as well!
If you’ve been lucky enough to procure the viral fluid already, we’d recommend mixing it with your faithful foundation on the back of your hand, to warm up the products and make sure they’re mixed. Then apply the combo with your fingers or a damp beauty sponge for extra shine. And don't forget to apply the best face moisturizers before you start your makeup, this will help keep your makeup looking fresh and add that all-important radiance.
If sadly you missed out on the last drop, fear not as you can sign up with your email to be alerted ahead of the next restock. PLUS we have some excellent product swaps for the Glazing fluid that will help you achieve a similar look—all of which are in stock and won’t break the bank.
Products to use for Hailey Bieber’s ‘glazed’ foundation
e.l.f Halo Glow Filter
E.l.f's Halo Glow Liquid Filter went viral earlier this year for its dreamy glow-giving that rivals and in many cases, beats out its premium competitors. Like the Rhode Glazing Peptide fluid, it has some skincare benefits that to its infusion of squalene and hyaluronic acid. It’s also one of our favorite multi-purpose makeup products as you can use it as a primer, a foundation and a highlighter.
Like with Hailey’s hack, all you need to do is mix a dollop with your foundation and watch the shiny magic happen. If you need some extra coverage, follow up with your concealer and be sure to set your makeup with a setting spray!
e.l.f Halo Glow Liquid Filter
RRP: $14/ £14
Available in eight shades, this makeup filter can be used before foundation, with foundation and as a highlighter. The formula also features squalene and hyaluronic acid to keep your skin hydrated and moisturized.
It's definitely a must-have for anyone wanting the glowy skin look!
Charlotte Tilbury’s Flawless Filter
Like the Halo Glow, Charlotte Tilbury’s flawless filter also works as a foundation, primer and highlight and can be mixed with your foundation to create the perfect dewy look. It also comes in 12 shades, and also features skincare hero, squalene.
Glow Recipe Dew Drops
These watermelon glow drops are a niacinamide dream (which Hailey has previously revealed is one of her fave skincare ingredients). This product is described as a first-of-its-kind skincare and makeup hybrid, which delivers an effortless glow without any glitter or pearls.
Glow Recipe themselves suggests mixing a few drops into your foundation for both a boost of hydration and a glow.
Glow Recipe Watermelon Glow Niacinamide Dew Drops
This highlighting serum is suitable for all skin types including oily or acne prone and can be used as a hydrating highlighting serum before moisturizer or as the last step of your routine to add an instant glossy finish.
You can even mix it with your foundation for a dewy shine!
Refy Gloss Highlighter
This universal, non-sticky highlighter is another great product for achieving radiance, whether you mix it with your foundation or just use it as a highlight. It's infused with minerals and natural oils to really give that dewy look.
You can also use any of your favorite liquid highlighters for this look—which is something a lot of beauty TikTokers actually do. Just add a small amount, mix and apply. It's an ideal hack if you already have a highlighter or are on a budget!
Naomi is a Lifestyle News Writer with the Women's Lifestyle team, where she covers everything from entertainment to fashion and beauty, as well as TikTok trends for Woman&Home, after previously writing for My Imperfect Life and GoodTo. Interestingly though, Naomi actually has a background in design, having studied illustration at Plymouth University but lept into the media world in 2020, after always having a passion for writing and earned her Gold Standard diploma in Journalism with the NCTJ.
Before working for Future Publishing’s Lifestyle News team, she worked in the Ad production team. Here she wrote and designed adverts on all sorts of things, which then went into print magazines across all genres. Now, when she isn’t writing articles on celebs, fashion trends, or the newest shows on Netflix, you can find her drinking copious cups of coffee, drawing and probably online shopping.
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