This interview took place in June 2023, prior to the 2023 SAG-AFTRA strike.
Aria Butt’s beauty philosophy couldn’t be more wholesome.
“Less is better,” she says bazaar in our latest episode that you don’t know me She said it was the best advice she’d ever received from her make-up artist, Mickey Contractor. This is a concept she applies to everything she does in her life, not just her engaging routine. “The less you do, the better,” she says.
It’s a spirit that works brilliantly for the 30-year-old cold heart From the Met Gala in a Prabal Gurung ball gown to sitting front row at Gucci Cruise ’24 as the brand’s global brand ambassador, the star, who is often spotted on the red carpet, has a soft eye area. Aside from a touch of color, it looks fresh. The joy of living that shines.
“I’m very interested in glowy makeup, the kind where you can barely see the skin, just the glowing skin,” Bhatt says. Her sophisticated style extends to the way she applies makeup, eschewing the use of highlights for a crafty product cocktail. “I love being a chemist and mixing all these products together,” she says, relying on creamy Kiko Her Primer (try the Radiance Boost Serum Face Base).
She mixes primers with skin tones rather than foundations to achieve healthy looking skin, and mixes in “dewy, glowing rosy drops that are loaded with fatty acids.” Her trend of using a hybrid of makeup and skincare is loved by beauty editors and professionals alike because it improves her skin without masking it and enhances the effectiveness of her skincare.
“I like to find something in-between where my skin looks great. I don’t look like I have makeup on, just my skin looks pretty… a little bit.” Put on your makeup,” Batt says.
In addition to a successful career, Butt is also a busy parent with a 9-month-old daughter. Her pregnancy led to valuable revelations about her strength, both mentally and physically. “One of the things that really surprised me was how miraculous the human body is, how much it supports and cares for you, and how the human body It was about what we could do,” she said. “It’s very beautiful, but it’s very hard on the body.”
Like many of us, Bat has always been hard on himself, especially when it comes to his appearance. After giving birth, she vowed never to do it again. “I would say to your younger self, you need to worry about the years ahead,” she said. actually I worry. If your body looks, feels a little fat, or your arms feel like they’re flopping, don’t worry. I think I’ve always been very conscious about those things. ”
Now, Bhatt takes a kinder, more balanced approach to her lifestyle. “It’s about maintaining inner health and that’s where it starts. [with the mind],” she says.