Her secret? According to the food-fluncer, it was the many facials done by great dermatologists over the years. But that's not all, no spoilers… there's more, read below.
Martha Stewart, the US TV presenter, famous for her cooking and gardening programmes, really does look good in her skin and is keen to make it known. As soon as she gets the chance, the 81-year-old lifestyle guru shares selfies on Instagram no-make-up showing off her natural skin, which is absolutely stunning, in terms of texture, absence of wrinkles and radiance. The parameters for a skin n excellent condition Martha Stewart meets them all.
In a recent post while at the hairdresser's, the star showed off her face in a close-up shot accompanied by the comment: "lying in @FredericFekkai's shampoo area", and continued: "The light was perfect for a new selfie!!!" specifying that she had not used any tricks to edit the photo: "absolutely no re-imaging!!!". "By re-imaging I meant not filtering my selfie!".
The imporendress and TV presenter later clarified in the caption that she 'looked good after a mostly dry January and pilates @bedfordpilates every other day'.
Is this her secret, Pilates and no alcohol to look like this at 81?
In a later post, Stewart shared a few more photographs of herself. "These are the other three selfies I took," she wrote. "My expression was better in the first one, but my skin looks good in all of them. No filter. No facelift."
Stewart revealed a secret regarding her beauty routine "great [dermatologists] throughout my life" have helped her maintain her youthful glow, as well as a "great diet" and "good exercise", and finally "amazing facials from @mariobadescu over the last forty years!"
There is no doubt that his strategy works! And it shows on her skin.
This is not the first time that Martha Stewart has published an almost #makeupfree snap, arousing curiosity and positive comments on social media. On her 81st birthday, for example, she posed playfully, positioning the camera lens to her advantage, commenting: 'the future is bright'.
On Martha Stewart one glimpses a thread of eyeliner and blush, enhancing a skin in perfect condition. Proving that there has been a move away from the no make-up trend in favour of the clean beauty trend: on social feeds it is customary to show that if you look good in yourself it shows on your face, even if amplified by a light make-up of the series the make-up that is there and cannot be seen (or can be seen very little).
Anne Hathaway also rode the clean beauty wave a few days ago and posted a photo in which she looks absolutely crazy.