Nina Agdal on Her Go-To Face Sculpting Tools and Her Ultimate Eye-Opening Makeup Trick

“Super-dewy, super-glowy, super-fresh” is how the Danish supermodel Nina Agdal describes her ideal above-the-neck beauty equation. “I love this time to just stand here, just feel clean, feel good, take a couple of breaths,” Agdal muses from her New York City apartment, where she is filming Vogue’s latest Beauty Secrets video. “I feel like that’s what skin-care routines are for.” With her hair braided into loose twin plaits, the 28-year-old sets off on her morning regimen, sculpting her complexion with a Bian stone gua sha followed by a stainless steel facial massager—a preventative, skin-saving approach instilled in her by her upbringing. “In Denmark, she adds, “it’s very much about just staying natural.”

Diving into her cosmetics arsenal, Agdal dabs a vitamin C–powered cream from fellow Dane Ole Henriksen under her eyes, pats on a “heavenly” CBD-infused serum, and adds another layer of moisture with Tatcha’s dewy, antioxidant-packed formula. “I would definitely call myself experimental when it comes to products. I can spend hours reading reviews,” she notes. “I have so many products that I never finish but…if I finish one product, I am never leaving it. I am very loyal.” 

On the makeup front, Agdal, who learned her application tips from a how-to class she took when she was 14, reaches for RMS’s cult contouring bronzer, which she brushes onto her cheekbones, creamy highlighter applied around her eyes and under her brows, and a touch of Nars’s brightening concealer pen. “Some people like to be matte,” she explains. “I want to look like I’m sweating, but in the best way.” Golden, shimmery tones, courtesy of Charlotte Tilbury’s Pillow Talk eyeshadows, add an eye-popping finish, as does a sweep of Hourglass’s luminizing powder blended into the apples of her cheeks. With that, Agdal unravels her braids, letting her hair hang long, loose, and wavy with the help of a spritz of Oribe’s Dry Texturizing Spray. “Feel good, look good…bye!”

Above, watch Nina Agdal’s Beauty Secrets. 

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