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Margot Robbie's makeup artist reveals the secrets to her effortlessly glowing complexion

Margot Robbie’s makeup artist reveals the secrets to her effortlessly glowing complexion

30 minutes of prep, hydration cream and a $69 foundation: Margot Robbie’s makeup artist reveals the secrets to her effortlessly glowing complexionMargot Robbie’s makeup artist Pati Dubroff shared how she get her skin to glowPati revealed the secret to any A-list look is 30 minutes of skin preparationDuring this time, she does a sheet mask, facial massage and a hydration cream 

Sophie Haslett For Daily Mail Australia

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00:24 GMT, 12 February 2019

While it’s her unrivalled acting that has seen her sweep up awards left, right and centre, it’s Margot Robbie’s glowing and glamorous look that has seen her become a beauty queen.

But even skin like Margot’s doesn’t come for free, as her makeup artist Pati Dubroff attests.

Following her star turn in Mary, Queen of Scots, Pati spilled the secrets on how she created Margot’s stunning red-carpet ready look. 

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Now her makeup artist, Pati Dubroff, has revealed how she prepped and primed Margot’s skin for the BAFTAs (pictured)

Speaking to Glamour, Pati explained that skincare is always the starting point for a great look – and the ‘juicier’ the skin, the better.

Skin is everything. I mean everything and I’ll spend more time on the skin than the makeup,’ Pati told the publication. 

She said that skincare prep makes the whole face look ‘more alive’, so that you don’t have to ‘fake it’ with foundation, blusher or highlighter.

Skin is everything. I mean everything and I’ll spend more time on the skin than the makeup,’ Pati said – skincare prep makes the entire face look ‘more alive’ so you don’t have to fake it

With this in mind, Pati will typically spend around 30 minutes priming a celebrity like Margot’s skin so that it’s ready for makeup

With this in mind, she’ll typically spend around 30 minutes priming a celebrity’s skin so that it’s ready for makeup.

What this means is a sheet mask, plus plenty of facial massage – which is great for increasing blood circulation to the face.  

Pati uses her fingers as tools for this:

‘Just get in there with your fingers and carve along the cheekbones on the pressure points and it will help move fluids from the under-eye area,’ she said. 

She also recommends pressing down on either side of the bridge of the nose to rid the face of any lymphatic fluids. 

Pati swears by facial massage, followed by a hydration cream from Augustinus Bader (pictured), which Pati said is her secret weapon 

While some experts feel so so about primer, Pati said a mattifying primer is essential for good coverage of base – she mixed it with several foundations on Margot’s (pictured) skin

Following the facial massage, Margot’s makeup artist said she moves on to hydration.

The Augustinus Bader Rich Cream, which costs a whopping $265, is her secret weapon.

Pati credits it with getting rid of her own skin pigmentation, and for returning the ‘plumpness and bounce’ to her face

While some experts feel so so about primer, Pati said a mattifying primer is essential for good coverage of base.

She then mixes ‘multiple shades’ of foundation from the Suqqu brand, which costs $69.

Finally, for her BAFTAs look, Pati added electric blue and deep blue eyeliner, mascara and lipstick.  

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