5 in 5 with Amber Anderson


“I don’t know if you can see but I have a bit of redness on my face and a bit of scarring,” Amber Anderson kicks off the latest episode of “5 In 5” by telling United Kingdom. “I had a really funny accident recently where I ran into a tree. It was a week before the Peaky Blinders first.’ Not ideal when you’re the star of one of the UK’s most beloved TV dramas. Luckily, in addition to being a world-class actor, Anderson is a beauty geek, turning to the powers of light therapy to get her skin looking flawless in time for the red carpet. “You put this mask on, look crazy and sit for 10 minutes. This changes things.

It’s no surprise, then, that the British North London house is decked out with everything a beauty obsessive could want, including a window display brimming with limited-edition Chanel fragrances. After living and working in Paris as a model, Anderson picked up more than a few cult French beauty products and professional skincare tips. In fact, when it comes to facial massage, she’s quite the expert. “I massage this Sarah Chapman moisturizer into my face until I feel like it’s absorbed really well,” she tells us while filming in her burgundy-hued bathroom (“I deliberately painted the walls with this really shiny finish because I love lighting candles when I take a bath and see all the reflections on the walls’).

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Continuing her advice on sculpting the skin, the 30-year-old tells us: “I’m trying to contour my nose. I could pat my eyes a little. I also like to do a weird thing around my jawline here. I feel like I always have a fairly tense jaw.

Of course, Anderson’s expertise isn’t limited to skincare. When it comes to applying makeup, a slow, steady professional application is what Anderson prefers. “I realize I only have five minutes, but doing my makeup is always nice when it’s had the chance to be very lightly built, so I think a lot of little layers are better than hitting it and d ‘hope for the best.’

Watch Amber’s full 5-in-5 in the video at the top of this post.

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