A moment of appreciation for everyone’s favorite leading lady, Kate Winslet. (Woooooo) At 45, the actress is not getting any less relevant. With her recent viral hit, Mare of Easttown, the once Titanic actress, who gracefully posed for Jack’s nude portraits, takes her acting talent from iconic sea romance to a small town murder investigation. Complete with appropriate Delco (Delaware County, Pennsylvania) accent, with lots of emphasis on saying water, “wooter,” Winslet absolutely smashes it as a distraught and traumatized detective in a town where everyone knows everyone else a little too well.

Her authenticity and raw humanity in this recent show has made many realize just how much they love this British star. Her beauty is just as charming and alluring as her performances, presenting herself at 45 with grace, natural looks, and all of the radiance she has always possessed. While you’re oohing and ahhing at her incredible talent and how every single one of your fave movies happens to feature her (omg can we talk about her and that lovely cottage in The Holiday?), we’ll fill you in on Kate Winslet’s skincare secrets.

She starts her day with tea and moisturizer.

“The absolute first thing I do is make a cup of Yorkshire tea.” Winslet told Marie Claire. With a fresh cup of tea in hand, she is much better prepared for taking on the day.

In that same article, the star also shared that she washes her face with cold water and sticks to a simple routine of just a really good moisturizer. Right now, she uses Age Perfect Day Cream by L’Oréal. The reason she loves it: “It’s a fantastic, revitalizing moisturizer. It’s quite creamy, but not sticky, and it works brilliantly under makeup.”


L’Oreal Paris Skincare Age Perfect Cell Renewal Skin Renewing Day Cream with SPF 15

She prefers natural makeup.

“I just keep things really simple. I really like to feel like my skin can breathe, and I also like to see the skin through whatever makeup I’m wearing.” She told Marie Claire. She uses a bit of True Match foundation and bases the shade on the time in her cycle. “Sometimes in the middle of it, my skin can look a bit hot and inflamed so I’ll I use a more neutral tone, while if it’s the beginning my skin looks more even so I’ll go with something else.”


L’Oreal Paris Makeup True Match Super-Blendable Liquid Foundation

She calls herself a low key and low maintenance person, according to Byrdie, so it checks out that she prefers not much makeup.

After a thin layer of foundation, she applies Voluminous Million Lashes and the Nu Confident shade of Colour Riche Les Nus Intense Lipstick, according to her convo with Marie Claire.


L’Oreal Paris Makeup Voluminous Million Lashes Mascara


L’Oreal Paris Makeup Les Nus by Colour Riche Lipstick

She would be lost without her eyelash curler.

“I love a good eyelash curler. My go-to is a fantastic Shu Uemura one that I absolutely love, and I’ve had it for years.” Winslet said in an interview with Marie Claire. She even mentioned that she kind of freaks out when she misplaces it.


Shu Uemura Eye Eyelash Curler

Shu Uemura


She ends the day with extra moisture.

She takes her makeup off with a warm washcloth and lets it come off in the shower. After her skin is clean, she focuses on giving her face the extra moisture it needs.

“I don’t really use an eye cream, but now that the weather is changing here and I find that if I need a bit of extra, really deep moisture, I use a little bit of Weleda Skin Food.” Winslet told Marie Claire.


Weleda Skin Food Original Ultra-Rich Body Cream

She’s not as focused on looks as she was in her twenties.

“Honestly, I have learned that health comes before reaching for a mirror or a bottle of product.” Winslet told Byrdie in 2019. “In my twenties, I probably thought about my appearance more than I do now, for the simple reason that as I get older I have more important things that concern me than how I look. Like family, happiness, and having fun!”

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