While most women wake up a tad bit early in an effort to have enough time for their long, drawn out beauty routine, it only takes Miranda Kerr fifteen minutes to get ready.
According to E! News, the 31-year-old supermodel took to her Kora Organics blog and revealed that it takes her less than twenty minutes to get up, showered, dressed, looking effortlessly chic and out the door.
In her blog, Orlando Bloom's ex-wife explained, "I usually have very little time in the mornings, especially with a toddler, so with these simple skin and beauty steps I can get out the door in 15 minutes."
Kerr decided to break down her quick beauty routine for her followers. She explained, "I drink a glass of warm water with the juice of half an organic lemon each morning. Warm lemon water in the morning helps kick start the digestion process for the rest of the day."
Prior to hopping into the shower she brushes her body dry. Miranda Kerr revealed, "Dry body brushing is an integral part of my daily regime," adding, "It's a great way to get the circulation going, remove dead skin cells, aid lymphatic drainage, detoxify your system and keep your skin smooth all over."
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's pal also revealed that she relies on certain Kora Organic products, including the Foaming Cleanser, Essential Body Wash and Hydrating Day and Night Cream for her flawless skin. As for her gorgeous brunette locks, she washes it at night and lets it air dry in order to style it in the morning.
The model confessed that she isn't a fan of a lot of makeup and doesn't put on more than tinted moisturizer, lip balm and "two to three coats of mascara."
In her final step for her 15-minute get-ready routine Kerr drinks a green juice. On her blog she explained, "The chlorophyll contained in cold pressed green juices can help keep your blood healthy and are very oxygenating."
Do you think you can pull off getting ready each morning in fifteen minutes and look as fabulous as Miranda Kerr? Let us know in the comment section below.
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