Margot Robbie is a Barbie girl living in a “Barbie” press tour world — well, until recently.
The star has taken her role as the iconic Mattel Doll sartorially seriously, stepping out in style after style inspired by iterations of the classic toy.
But when it comes to her go-to beauty looks, you won’t need Dream House closet access (or a blockbuster-sized paycheck) to snag some of her favorites.
Below, we’ve broken down all of the products she’s praised over the years — from her Barbie pink blush to the complexion pads she once raved she “can’t live without.”
Come on Barbie, let’s go click “add to cart.”
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111SKIN — a luxury label co-founded by a plastic surgeon — face masks famous faces can’t get enough of. While stars like Priyanka Chopra opt for its Rose Gold Brightening Treatment Mask ($32), Robbie reportedly reaches for this hydrating option packed with inflammation-targeting ingredients like green tea.
“One brand I’m obsessed with right now is this brand Skin111, which my make-up artist Patti Dubroff got me hooked on,” she once told British Vogue. “They have these sheet masks, they’re made out of a jelly sort of stuff, and the serum they’re soaked in is so good. So when we’re getting ready for an event, she’ll put one of those on while she’s doing my hair.”
Caudalie Beauty Elixir ($49)
What do Robbie and Blake Lively have in common (besides their blond locks and leading lady status, that is)? Both use Caudlie’s refreshing face spray, which the “Babylon” star said has the “nicest smell” in a 2017 Elle interview.
Aesop Immediate Moisture Facial Hydrosol (from $25)
Robbie’s go-to face sprays also include this hydrator from Aesop, which she name-dropped in the same Vogue chat.
Augustinus Bader The Cream (from $180)
When it comes to celebrity-loved moisturizers, The Cream from Augustinus Bader just might be among the cream of the crop. In addition to Kris Jenner, Robbie’s go-to glam guru Pati Dubroff swears by the stuff.
“I’m also loving the skincare moisturizers from Dr. Augustinus Bader … It brings back your skin without any needles!” she once told W Magazine.
You don’t have to score a coveted appointment with celebrity dermatologist Dr. Lancer to steal Robbie’s skincare secrets; the star has name-dropped the in-demand doctor’s cleanser in multiple interviews over the years.
This Barbie can do her skincare routine on the fly — even when she’s flying. Robbie once praised these double-sided, bellini-scented cleansing pads as a must-have.
“When I’m traveling on a plane, I’ll take my makeup off with a wipe, and then I’ll use Peter Thomas Roth Complexion Correction Pads,” she said in an interview with Byrdie. “I honestly stumbled across them, and now I can’t live without them. Your skin is better after. They’re really strong.”
ReFa Carat Ray Face Roller ($250)
Want a peek into Robbie’s makeup artist’s arsenal? Pati Dubroff — who worked with the likes of Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Sofia Richie, in addition to the “Barbie” actress — is a fan of ReFa’s beauty tools.
“Not only do they help re-contour the face, but they help skin oxygenate, move fluids around, and reduce puffiness,” she told W Magazine
Eyeing a new eye cream? The “Wolf of Wall Street” actress once told Harper’s Bazaar she “dabs on” some of La Prairie’s after she showers and cleanses.
Ready, set, skincare. Robbie told Harper’s Bazaar she applied these patches on the “Terminal” set prior to getting her “face” on.
When it comes time to get all dolled up, so to speak, the “Barbie” leading lady also reaches for this cult-favorite formula, as she told Vogue UK.
Nars Blush ($32)
Perhaps Nars’ pink blush shades should be re-named after Barbie. Robbie told the outlet she uses the brand’s bestselling formula, which is also beloved by Meghan Markle.
The “Suicide Squad” star once told Harper’s Bazaar she was using YSL Mascara after her previous favorite got discontinued. While she didn’t name a specific formula, this one has over 2,000 largely positive reviews at Sephora.
The actress’ Barbie-eqsue outfits have gone far beyond the Dream House. For her summer 2023 Vogue cover shoot, nail artist Tom Bachik gave her a manicure using this Essie shade, per his Instagram, to match her all-pink ensembles.
Klorane Dry Shampoo (from $10)
When it comes to caring for her blond locks, Robbie told British Vogue she “can’t be without” this oat milk-infused dry shampoo.
“I have a beauty bag for the plane packed all the time, so I can just grab it,” she said. “The products are all the right size, so they can’t take them off me. I have that system down.”
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