Photographed by Willy Vanderperre. Styled by Olivier Rizzo.

Just last week, Italian supermodel Mariacarla Boscono celebrated her twenty years in the business, but the 37-year-old model and mother is still very much a runway regular, making fashionable appearances on the Chanel and Versace catwalks this season. And as the face of Borghese skincare, Boscono definitely knows a thing or two when it comes to beauty. From her favorite skincare essentials to her haircare must-haves, here, the model shares her off-set beauty secrets, her favorite makeup artists to work with and where you can find her relaxing in Italy.

Your look:

Super cool, of course. Goth. Italian. Mother. Easy.

Beauty essentials:

Happiness, and some good beauty stuff like Givenchy Black Serum and Hydraceam.

Best advice from your dermatologist:

Drink lots of water, wash your face morning and night, and protect your skin from the sun.

Most bizarre beauty treatment you have tried:

The PRP Facial.

SPF of choice:

In the day time, I use Borghese Tinted Moisturizer. It has an SPF 20 to protect my skin.

Makeup miracles:

Eyebrow gel.

Photographer: Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott Stylist: Edward Enninful

Most underrated product:

Palmer’s Cocoa Butter.

Never leave the house without:

My one minute look: brush my hair, and apply Borghese eyebrow pencil.

A good hair day starts with:

Redken leave-in conditioner spray, and a Mason Pearson brush. It's important to switch up shampoos & conditioners. I use Kérastase and Bumble and bumble shampoos and Aldo Coppola conditioner.

Daily diet:

Nutrition is so important. My diet is Mediterranean. I eat a little bit of everything. I eat little, but very often. Eating meals with my daughter keeps me happy.

Drink of choice:  Juice, followed by Champagne.

Pilates or yoga:

Bikram Yoga.

Product that you picked up from the pros:

Pat McGrath introduced me to crealine makeup remover. Guido Palau introduced me to Redken leave-in conditioner spray, which smells really good. When my hair was damaged and had breakage, Luigi Murenu was the one who suggested that I skip products and shave it.

Photographer: Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin Stylist: Edward Enninful

Appointment you’d love to nab:

I travel so much, but am confident with the people who take care of me in Rome. I get my hair cut and colored by Michele at Aldo Coppola salon. In Paris I like Biologique Recherche, and in New York, I have a Russian lady. I have been fortunate to work with so many great makeup artists. I’m always happy when Pat McGrath, Tom Pecheux, et al. do my makeup.

Fragrance of choice:

Givenchy Dahlia Noir and Francia Novella Melograno.

Italian beauty rituals you swear by:

Terme di Stigliano. I love mud treatments all over my body.

TSA-friendly essentials:

Borghese Fango Active Radiance Facial Oil.

In-tub must-read:

I love taking baths with my daughter. If I take a bath by myself, I only need silence and candles in the darkness.

Best-kept beauty secret:

Love makes your skin glow, and your cheeks pink.

Beauty icons:

My mamma.   Definite doppelgänger:

Olive Oyl from the Popeye comics.

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