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Georgia May Jagger on meditating for anxiety, the transformative power of facial massage, and why she loves a red smokey-eye (!)

Supermodel Georgia May Jagger, 29, is a force in fashion to be reckoned with. Coming from a rockstar family, with Mick Jagger as a father and supermodel mother Jerry Hall, she has built a path of her own and made a name for herself in the fashion and beauty world, known for her alternative yet glamorous look and iconic, world renowned tooth gap.

Although a self-confessed tomboy, growing up, Georgia developed a deep connection to beauty while watching her mother getting rush-ready in the car for events. “I think it’s something that brands should be doing more of and focusing on still being able to have really lux-looking products.”

She sat down with GLAMOUR via Zoom to talk through the best lessons she learned from her fashion icon mother, her low maintenance skincare routine (which was likely inspired by her father), plus her most daring looks – as well as her most regretful…

My most daring looks involve bleach brows…

“When I have bleached eyebrows, I kind of feel strange when I wasn’t wearing eye makeup. So I was doing stuff like experimenting with really bold colours, like blue shadow and a blue suit, and dressing in monochrome for events…”

Even though my mother was a model, I was raised not to focus so much on obsessing over my personal appearance…

“My mum has always said to embrace yourself. Growing up I was actually a bit of a tomboy and it wasn’t until I got older that I felt that, especially with women, we get judged so much about the way that we look. Learning to not really compare yourself to others has been like a big thing [for me]. When I was a teenager, I definitely got bullied a bit for my tooth gap. I almost was going to get braces and then I realised that I’ve asked to have them for so long, and that it was more just to fit in… but now, I just don’t really think about it that much anymore. I’m embracing my ‘flaws’. I also don’t wake up, with a full face of makeup every day / the same way that I would look on modelling pictures. It actually takes a lot of people behind that most of the time. It is hard, but it is really important to remember that, and be able to just embrace your natural looks.”

Guided meditation really helped with my anxiety

“I’m definitely into crystals and things like that. I’m also definitely into meditating. Years ago when I was having a lot of anxiety, especially doing shows and stuff like that, my friend taught me how to do guided meditation, which is kind of about grounding yourself.”

One of the best beauty hacks I learned in my years of modelling is the power of a facial massage…

“Doing a great facial massage before you get ready and in the morning is a major beauty hack. I love my rose quartz roller, I also use cryo balls because I get a bit puffy in the morning, before work. I’ll put my jade roller in the freezer so that I’m ready to do a quick ten minute facial. It’s all about that when you’re getting ready for a modeling job. So I love doing stuff like that. I like playing around with different under eye masks and things like that.”

When I was six I cut my fringe to protest wearing a bridesmaid dress…

“I actually cut my fringe in protest at wearing a bridesmaid dress. Pretty funny. I was six and I had to wear it anyway, but with my wonky fringe. They tried to even it out, but didn’t work. I mean, little me was probably ahead of her time, nowadays it would be trendy.”

I’m really into a red smokey-eye…

“I like any kind of smokey-eye look as well, but in more matte metallics and unusual colours, like a smokey-red. I also like any kind of bold lip for day or evening. I love reds, classic reds and orangey reds, but I also like any kind of stains, like glossy stains. I’m really into the lip oils from Hourglass. My favorite lip oil is called is the Hourglass No.28 Lip Treatment Oil, £48, Look Fantastic and it’s just a really nice sheer pink. I don’t know any other products like it, because I love the look of the glass, but I feel that sometimes it’s too sticky. This one is amazing.”

I’ve also learned from the experts that the best makeup tools can be your fingers…

Val Garland also taught me how to exfoliate and prep your lips when you’re doing a red lip, so that it really stays on. She does all kinds of tricks, like she’ll put the compact directly underneath your lip to make sure that you’ve even got it right on the very bottom lip line… [She also taught me] how to apply skin makeup, to make it look as natural as possible while still covering. Like how you pat it in. I mean, I don’t use brushes with my concealer. I like to use the heat of my fingers and to pat it around my nose.”

My sister got me onto powdered vitamin C and collagen…

“I actually take chewable multivitamins, they’re called SmartyPants. Because when I had all the different ones, I would just never take them all. So I actually take those every day. I also take powdered vitamin C and powdered collagen. My sister got me on to that because I get eczema. So it was kind of about being able to help your body moisturise from the inside, if that makes sense. I also love drinking lemon juice or any kind of fresh juices.”

My skincare routine is very simple…

“I am really into experimenting, but I keep it quite simple. As far as my skincare routine, I’ll wake up and I’ll cleanse. One that I love right now is Dr. Barbara Sturm. It’s like a foaming one. She also has this light exfoliating cleanser that actually comes as a powder, which you can mix with water, I love it for traveling. Then I’ll use a light moisturiser. The one that I’m obsessed with is from this brand called Osea. It uses a lot of like seaweed products and that’s really nice. If I have time, I’ll make my own masks and lip scrubs. I’ll do like a lip scrub with honey and brown sugar.”

Refillable beauty is the way to go…

“I joined forces with Hourglass because I always loved the products. I think the products are really good. I used quite a lot of them before, as far as the bronzer, foundation and the shadows, but I was really excited about it because I genuinely love the brand and I love the way that it looks. The brushes [for example] are amazing. I also love the story behind refillable eyeshadow palette. I think it’s something that brands should be doing more of and focusing on still being able to have really lux looking products, but coming at it from more of an environmentally friendly way, as far as being able to keep your palettes and refill them and really cutting down on that excess plastic.”

If my bathroom cabinet was on fire I would save…

“The ISUN Chlorella Algae Mask, I can’t get enough of it cause it’s really cool and nice. So I would pick it up actually. I would save a red lipstick. I like the Hourglass Confession, which is a slim and comes in a really cute refillable packaging that makes it easy to apply. Lastly I’d save my Dr Barbara Sturm Calming Serum. I can’t get enough of that either. I’ve used so much of it because my skin is really sensitive and I’m allergic to a lot of products, and this one’s really good for sensitive skin.”

The best beauty lessons I learned from my mum is all about picking the right colours for your skin tone…

“My mum has taught me how to pick colours that go with my skin tone. As far as blushes and things like that, even with lipsticks, she definitely wears different reds to what I wear, and to what my sister wears. So it’s all about picking those specific colours that suit the most for your hair colour, eye colour, etc… Then she’s also very into makeup on the go. I’m really good at doing my makeup in the car. I’ve just gotten used to it over the years because I feel like she and my sister will do it when they’re on the way to an event… So, just watching her, apply red lipstick taught me a lot.”

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I always wanted to be able to experiment with my hair and I would try and do like pink streaks at home…

“I was inspired to work with Bleach London because I worked with Alex Brownsell who created everything at Bleach. I’d worked with her on one of my first modeling jobs when I was 14, she was a hair assistant and she was 17. So we’ve known each other for a really long time. We’d do shoots and I would always want Alex to be on it because I started just naturally became a customer and a fan of Bleach and going to go there to get my hair done. So it was a natural progression because I always wanted to be able to experiment [with my hair] and I would try and do like pink streaks at home, and stuff like that and it really helped me, I think doing my first kind of colour transformations with Alex, because I feel like she really taught me how to embrace change even more, rather than being stuck in the same ways, as far as my hair.”

Hourglass is launching a ‘Be The Artist’ Eye Bar at Selfridges from 8th July to the 22nd July.

For more from Glamour UK Beauty & Features Assistant Shei Mamona, follow her on Instagram @sheimamona

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