By Madelyn Chung
Date February 21, 2017
Peering into other people’s makeup bags and top shelves, particularly celebrities’, will never get old (there’s a reason why Into The Gloss’ “The Top Shelf” is so popular). After all, who doesn’t want to know which products our fave actresses/singers/models use on the daily for their flawless skin?
So when Drew Barrymore began Instagramming her entire beauty stash, you bet we got excited. And we’re not kidding when we say entire — the Santa Clarita Diet star was thorough when it came to sharing her fave products, as part of her new #beautyjunkieweek series.
“I am a beauty junkie. A lover of all things beauty. This is my first of #beautyjunkieweek,” the 41-year-old actress captioned the photo of her medicine cabinet, which houses everything from Klorane dry shampoo to SK-II Facial Treatment Essence and, of course, essentials from her very own Flower Beauty line.
The other side of the cabinet was just as full, with essentials from Clinique, Kate Somerville and Nivea.
Other items you’ll see Barrymore using on the regular? Aquaphor, which she “loves,” Bioderma Créaline H2O Micellar Water (“by far the best make up remover I have ever used,”) and j.f. lazartigue Mask with Shea Butter (“I am a girl who dyes her hair. Trust. This rebuilds it.”).
Drew also included a shoutout to her best girls, writing, “It’s not what you put on but what you feel inside. SOMETIMES … a fresh coconut and your girlfriends is all you need to smile your brightest. Healthy is happy. Happy is better than any product you will find.”
But perhaps the most interesting item of the whole bunch was the Hana Cure Effect mask, which Drew says “changed [her] life.”
“When you take it off you are 10 years younger,” she captioned the pic. You paint it on with a brush. It starts to dry. It pulls. It gets so tight that it literally pulls your face…But, It makes you look so fresh when you wash it off.”
Umm…we need it NOW.
Check out the rest of the products you’ll find in Drew Barrymore’s makeup stash below!Photo by Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic