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Beauty and skincare secrets shared by supermodels

Looking good for a living doesn't sound like the most difficult job in the world - but supermodels certainly work it as hard as possible. No matter how blessed you are in the genes department, keeping your skin looking flawless requires some user input.

Spending time with the world's best make up artists, nutritionists and fashionistas means that supermodels are well-clued up on how to make yourself look as good as possible. Whether it's something simple like getting enough sleep or a make up tip to brighten your eyes, you can guarantee that there will be a trick every model swears by.

From Erin O'Conner swearing by Johnson's Baby Oil, to Kate Moss using lipstick as blusher, we've found out the supermodels' best beauty and skincare tips that can be easily recreated. Catwalk optional, of course.

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