Zoë Kravitz Really Loves Her New Short Hair, Doesn’t Need a Trainer

The actress reveals that when it comes to her skincare, diet, and exercise regimen, less is more.

Photo courtesy of YSL.

Ever since her red carpet debut alongside her parents Lenny Kravitz and Lisa Bonet, actress Zoë Kravitz has flawlessly been ruling the beauty world. With her effortlessly radiant skin, killer cheekbones, and newly dyed brunette pixie cut, it’s no wonder why the Big Littles Lies star has been named the newest face of YSL makeup. With her simplistic skincare, diet, and exercise regimen, Kravtiz proves that when it comes to beauty, less is always more. Here, the Rough Night star reveals her facialist’s best advice, her go-to spa in Los Angeles, and more.

Your look in three words:

All… ways… changing.

Medicine cabinet snapshot:

Coconut oil. Retrouvé skincare, Joanna Vargas Vitamin C Face Wash, Mario Badescu Drying Cream.

Good skin starts with:

Loving Retrouvé serums and moisturizers, also drink water and sweat out toxins.



Best advice from your facialist:

Terri Lawton tells me food directly affects your skin. So does stress. Eat well and stay calm.

SPF of choice:

ISUN has amazing Antioxidant Sun Butter, it smells and feels amazing.

Never leave the house without:

YSL Touche Éclat Glow Shot Liquid Highlighter, YSL Blush Volupté, YSL Touche Éclat.

A good hair day starts with:

Loving my short hair. Nothing.


Mark Sagliocco

My hair colorist always says:


Nails must be:

I mostly wear nude colors so you can’t see it chip.

Beauty from the inside out:

Water, organic non-processed foods, supplements like fish oils for the skin, and probiotics for digestion.

Exercise obsession:

I do simple cardio, and sit ups and squats. No trainer.

Drink of choice:

Ginger kombucha.

Product that you picked up from the pros:

Glycolic and Retinol Pads by Skin Script, my mom showed these to me and I love them.


Steve Granitz

A woman should smell like:

Something sweet with something earthy. I like rose oil or vanilla with a sandlewood or tobacco smell.

Appointment you’d love to nab:

I love Terri Lawton, my facialist who I see when I’m visiting L.A.

Spa-cation at:

Olympic Spa when I’m in L.A. Women only. Love it. I could stay there all day.

TSA-friendly essentials:

Aesop Hand Balm, mini rose water and I always bring my own blanket.


George Pimentel

In-tub must-read:

Just Kids, or Kiss Me Like A Stranger by Gene Wilder.

Best advice from mom:

To love myself.

Best-kept beauty secret:

All beauty comes from within.

Beauty myth you’d like to debunk:

More makeup does not = more beautiful.

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