11 Beauty Products This Model Buys On Repeat

11 Beauty Products This Model Buys On Repeat

She’s a model, influencer and founder of best-selling brow brand REFY Beauty, so who better to ask what beauty products she relies on day in, day out than Jess Hunt? From the make-up tool she swears by to the affordable hairspray she’s never without, here are the products she buys on repeat…
Photography: @JESSHUNT2

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Ole Henriksen Banana Bright Vitamin C Serum, £45.05

I am never without Ole Henriksen’s Banana Bright products. They don’t get enough airtime yet they beat dullness and boost glow like nothing else. There’s nothing in the range I don’t love, but the serum is particularly effective, as it preps the skin before you apply make-up. It’s sheer in texture and never too tacky, with a luminous dry down I just love. 

Available At Boots.com


Bobbi Brown Eyelash Curler, £21

Lash curlers have been my thing for as long as I can remember. In fact, it’s probably the first make-up product I ever owned, and I’ve always used the Bobbi Brown ones. They brighten up my eyes and make a huge difference to when it comes time to apply mascara. I like how gentle the clamp is, so you can get really close to the lash line for extra volume at the root. Another tool I always have handy is reusable cotton pads – I swear by them for all things skincare. 

Available At LookFantastic.com


REFY 3.0 Stage Brow Process, £40

When it comes to brows, my 3.0 Stage Process is all I use. I created each product by thinking about what I – and others – needed to create the perfect everyday brow look. The 1.0 Brow Sculpt should be used first to set arches in place for the day. I love the bushy, fluffy look and this product creates that in seconds. Often, I’ll wear this product alone on no make-up days – it always makes me feel more put together, and I find it’s quite an important aspect of my self-care routine. The second step is the 2.0 Pomade in Medium to give brows a fuller look and fill in any sparse areas. Finally, finish off with the 3.0 Pencil in Medium. The tip of this is tiny, so it’s incredible for getting those realistic hairlines throughout the brow. The set really is the easiest way to get flawless brows in minutes. 

Available At RefyBeauty.com


Marc Jacobs Beauty At Lash’d Lengthening & Curling Mascara, £25

Mascara is something I change up constantly – a few of my repeat buys include Max Factor and Charlotte Tilbury. However, I’ve recently become obsessed with Marc Jacob’s Curling Mascara. It has a great brush that allows you to coat every lash for maximum volume. It’s easy to layer, too, for extra length and a more dramatic finish. If I want to really amp up my lashes, I’ll apply several formulas from various brands for maximum impact.

Available At HarveyNichols.com


Schwarzkopf Got2B Glued Blasting Freeze Spray, £4.29

It may not look much, but I love this and I always have two bottles on the go – it’s a forever product for me. I’ve tried every hairspray under the sun, but nothing holds my hair as well as this. I like to wear my hair slicked back and sleek, so it’s essential for nailing that look, but also for taming flyaways and baby hairs. Unlike others, it’s non-sticky and brushes out well, too, without ever catching or creating matted patches of hair. 

Available At Boots.com


CeraVe Hydrating Cleanser, £9.50

Recently, I’ve switched up my skincare regime quite a bit. My complexion is a lot drier in the colder months, so I up the ante on moisture-rich products. CeraVe’s Hydrating Cleanser is a real staple for me. I’ve been using it for a couple of months and have really noticed the impact it’s had on my skin. It never irritates it or causes inflammation, it just cleanses gently and leaves my complexion feeling smooth and soft. A firm favourite. 

Available At Boots.com


L’Oréal Paris True Match Foundation, £9.99

These days, I don’t wear as much foundation. I like being able to see my skin and have a fresh-faced look. If I do reach for one, it’s always L’Oréal’s True Match formula. The coverage is second to none, and if I want to dial it back a bit, I just mix a small amount with my moisturiser for a lighter, more luminous effect. 

Available At Boots.com


Morphe Luminous Setting Spray, £16

I’m often asked what I use to get good glow, and it always comes down to this mist. It’s got a firm place in my make-up bag now, thanks to its lightweight formula that sets everything in place, while giving skin a dewy, glossy effect, too.

Available At Boots.com


NYX High Glass Primer, £14

Primers only came into my life recently, and I’ve really started to enjoy the skin-smoothing benefits. NYX’s High Glass is my new go-to – it always gives my complexion a healthy-looking sheen. It blurs any uneven spots quickly, too, for a second-skin effect. Great worn with or without other make-up.

Available At CultBeauty.com


REFY Brow Tweezer, £8

A good pair of tweezers should be something everyone has, and my REFY ones never leave my bathroom. They’ve been a godsend through every lockdown as they quickly tame brows and get rid of any strays fast. You’ll find they grip well, so as a result, hair removal is quick and pain-free. 

Available At RefyBeauty.com


Tarte Shape Tape Concealer, £24

This concealer is so worth the hype – in fact, I am yet to find one that beats this. It ticks all the boxes, whether it’s full coverage, longevity or hydration you’re after. The finish it gives skin is incredible, too, as it’s so creamy, yet entirely budge-proof. You only need a small amount, so it lasts for ages too. 

Available At TarteCosmetics.com

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