Nicole Richie Shares Insight Into The Beauty Products She Uses


We love celebs and it’s no shocker that we attempt to sniff out what we can in terms of celeb beauty tips. Oftentimes, the information is sent to us but on more than one occasion we’ve stumbled upon it ourselves. This time we’ve got some information on Nicole Richie and the products that she swears by.

You’re probably wondering how the heck we got our hands on this information? Well, during the most recent Coachella event that took place, the folks over at had a chance to speak with Nicole and she spilled the beans on all this stuff.

If you’re not familiar with what Coachella is, it’s only the biggest desert concert that takes places annually. Beyonce was the headliner for this and absolutely killed it. At any rate, here’s what Nicole Richie had to share about her beauty products.

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What’s Nicole Richie Using To Stay Beautiful? Find Out!

So, the first thing that we need to do before getting into everything is send a special thanks to Cosmopolitan for sharing the information that they’ve shared ~ We appreciate it intel!

Now, time to get down to business…

Nicole Richie is very organized and apparently likes to compartmentalize her life and belongings. Makes total sense and we get it. Within those physical compartments, she’s got an arsenal of beauty products. Here are the products that she uses on the regular.

Nicole is all about using a setting spray in order to keep things in place. She uses the House of Harlow 1960 x Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray. This is a very affordable product and one that most women that wear makeup require. (See also: Model In A Bottle)

She also likes to sport the House of Harlow 1960 x Urban Decay Heavy Metal Glitter Liner which is very affordable at $20. Apparently, she likes this liquid liner. Some people love it, others hate it. Whatever works for her right!

Another product in her arsenal is one that we recommend here, a product that contains SPF! ClĂ© de Peau BeautĂ© Concealer Broad Spectrum SPF is her go to when it comes to concealer and although not many people can afford the $70 concealer, she’s all about it. It helps hide the dark circles that she has and this product is actually the only kind of makeup that she wears daily.

Something else that Nicole uses is Lucas’ Papaw Ointment which costs about $13. It’s a lip balm that you can find in Australia and given that she’s got the funds to travel around the world, it’s easy for her to find and get her hands on it.

Do you use an eyelash curler? If so, then you have something in common with Nicole. It’s simply something that she uses to keep her eyelashes up, that’s all.

As far as moisturizers are concerned, Nicole Richie uses the Biologique Recherche Creme Echinoderm Au Complex Bio-Marin which is something that she likely spends a lot of money on. I mean, they will not even release the pricing info outside of the registered user’s area.

As for face wash, she uses something called Biologique Recherche Lait U which is a milk cream face wash that just works well for her. Since it works, she doesn’t bother fixing it, simple as that.

Don’t be surprised if you catch her using some mist products as well. She uses everything from rosewater mist to crystal mist and even cactus flower mist.

One of the last things I want to share here is the eye oil which she uses. Miranda Kerr’s skin care line is one of the brands that she likes to use. It’s called Kora and she uses the Kora Organics Noni Radiant Eye Oil which costs about $40.

All in all, she’s got a pretty simple arsenal of products considering what we’ve seen. If you’re a fan of Nicole Richie and her skin complexion, then give one, two or perhaps all of them a shot.

Nicole Richie Shares Insight Into The Beauty Products She Uses
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Rhonda is a skin care enthusiast who enjoys hacking through ways to turn back the clock on aging. Without an professional training or education, she's become an encyclopedia of knowledge when it comes to proper skin care practices.