Vogue’s Associate Editor Is Partial To A Red Lip

In case you’re yet to meet her, Lilith Hardie Lupica is the Associate Editor at Vogue Australia. When it comes to ~hot beauty tips~, we’re inclined to trust someone who spends their days writing across fashion, beauty, lifestyle and celeb-related news for one of Australia’s most esteemed publications.

From espousing the benefits of multi-masking, to understanding the necessity of a face oil in your daily routine, this is a gal who knows what’s up. Confirmation of this can be found by scrolling through her product-studded, visually-pleasing Instagram feed. Scroll on down to see all your product dreams come to life. Thanks, Lilith!

Words, Madeleine Woon. With thanks to Lilith Hardie Lupica.

  • Nars Illuminator


    “The name of this product — Nars Illuminator in Hot Sand — just tells you everything you need to know about it. It’s the perfect colour for any time of the year, and it’s not too glittery, which I hate. When I found it, I felt like I had found gold – it kind of filled a space in my heart where something had been missing. I will wear illuminator and nothing else most days – it’s like the perfect cover-up, because it highlights all the good stuff and distracts you from noticing everything else. I have a big thing for illuminator in every form, but I usually prefer a liquid or stick.”

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    Nars Velvet Lip Pencils


    “Lipstick is my weakness — I wear it all the time, and I have more tubes than my lips could ever handle, but I’ll never stop buying them. I have quite big eyes and bushy brows, so I avoid doing a full eye look. It’s just too much – so I guess that’s where the bold lip comes in. I’ve tried a lot of lipsticks, but Nars lip pencils (in satin and matte) are so good, and the colour range is perfection. Cruella and Hyde Park are cult for a reason.”

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    Bumble and Bumble Surf Spray


    This is pretty much the only styling product I use in my hair — I can’t really manage anything else. It’s the only thing I’ve ever used that holds a curl in my hair without leaving it weird and crunchy. I just spray it in after the shower, and that’s about the extent of what goes into my hair routine.”

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    Drunk Elephant Virgin Marula Luxury Facial Oil


    “I have combination skin, so oils just work for me — even though I was terrified of them when I first started buying skincare. I love using rosehip in winter, but the entire Drunk Elephant range is so good. I’ve basically entered into a committed relationship with their Virgin Marula Luxury Facial Oil.”

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    Origins Drink Up 10 Minute Mask To Quench Skin's Thirst


    “I’m so serious about masking – I spend hours on a Sunday with multiple masks on my skin. Multi-masking is the way of the future, and Origins makes some of the most effective (and best smelling) masks out there. I use the Drink Up 10 Minute Mask To Quench Skin’s Thirst on my cheeks (avoiding oily areas!), and usually use a clay one on my forehead and chin. I would recommend this mask just for the smell, but a little goes a long way, and if you have dehydrated skin, it’s genius.”