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Gigi Hadid just shared a ton of her beauty secrets, and honestly, they're a lot easier than we thought. In the last issue of FashionIn the Beauty Secrets video series released on February 4, the model and new mom led fans through the post-baby beauty routine she has relied on for those rare moments when she can treat herself to a little "me". But it's not just expensive serums and creams – Hadid revealed in the video that her routine always included loads of drugstore finds like Cetaphil's Daily Facial Cleanser ($ 12) and old-school tricks like covering pimples with toothpaste to dry off overnight . “I've always wanted good products and I don't think you have to pay a lot for them,” she said. Now that her time is probably more busy kissing Khai, her newborn daughter with singer Zayn Malik, we weren't surprised to learn that her skin and makeup routines have been greatly simplified.
In the months since her pregnancy – a time when Hadid admitted in the video that she mostly used clean and natural products (she cited skincare brand Oliveda as her go-to place) – she said she had moved on to her winter routine, which is from thicker moisturizers to help support their dry skin like this one Dr. Jart + Ceramidine cream.
Aside from tons of makeup tips from experts the 25-year-old collected at behind-the-scenes fashion shows and from other models like Joan Smalls, another discovery that emerged from the video was this one Hadid got new ink! While demonstrating applying primer with her fingers, the new mom gave viewers a glimpse of the dainty tattoo on her inner arm, and the internet quickly identified it as a match with a tattoo that her partner Malik also has. The best part? The fitting Tats supposedly say the name of their daughter Khai in Arabic! We love this cute tribute and can't wait to see how the couple plans to use a different way of remembering their daughter's birth. For now, though, we recommend Hadid to get a tattoo care product like Woo Skin Essentials' Gentle Cleansing Soap and After / Care Moisturizer to keep the delicate script looking flawless. (Internet, do your thing and let our girl know, right?)