Drew Barrymore’s Fall Hair Color & Style

Drew Berrymore’s recent new look has a warm, fresh feel for the coming cooler months of fall 2011.

You can easily replicate her color and style with these insider tips. This look will work best for natural type 2 wavy hair.

Get Drew’s Wavy Hairstyle

The look is an easy long layered shape. The overall length is trimmed to create a solid base line.

  1. Cut straight across with scissors. Part your hair down the middle and drape each side over your shoulders. Cut one side and then the other to match. Move your hair behind your shoulders and check from the back in a mirror to be sure both sides match. Adjust if needed.
  2. Cut the layers in a single snip. Gather all your hair in a pony tail above and out in front of your forehead. The longest of your hair should not reach into the pony. The pony tail holder should be far enough away from your head as to represent the length of the shortest of the long layers you wish to create in the front of the haircut. Cut off all the hair beyond the pony holder. Longest lengths from the back and sides have not been cut thereby remaining intact to preserve the solid base line.

What is Volume Developer?

  • Volume developer is used with professional or permanent hair color to lighten the strands.
  • Each hair color has a category, for example black hair is a level 1 and would need a 40 level developer to lighten the hair 4 shades.
  • When using volume developer, you should stick, strictly, to the instructions on the bottle or box.
  • Pay close attention to how long you leave the product on. For some, the hair will need to turn unwanted colors before it lightens to the desired color.
  • Not leaving the product on long enough will not simply create a darker color than you wanted, but it could very well be a different color all together.
  • Available for purchase at Sally Beauty.

Copy Drew’s Copper Tone

A warm, level 6 copper red is easy to duplicate. If your hair is naturally darker than Drew’s, select a shade level 7 or 8 labeled copper red, with orange base. You will need some lift, so 30 volume developer will be a good choice. If your color is naturally lighter, you need to deposit pigment. A level 6 copper red with orange base is the choice. Process with 10 volume developer for more pigment deposit. On lighter hair, selected strands can be left out to create some highlighted effect. On darker hair, small amounts of hair lightener can be hand painted on selected strands on top of the processing base color to create highlights.

Achieve Drew’s Finished Style

Drew’s final look is loose and easy, making it an style to achieve at home!

  1. Scrunch a generous amount of mousse or styling glaze into towel dried hair. Allow the hair to air dry, scrunching with your hands periodically to enhance the degree of wave as desired. If your hair tends to be waiver than the desired finish, do less scrunching. If your hair has less wave, a bit more added scrunching will be beneficial.
  2. Power dry with a diffuser for a faster finish. Flip your head over once dry and hair spray from underneath if added fullness is desired. A silicone based shine product can be mixed with mousse if you have a tendency to frizz. This will reduce the frizziness that can occur. Silicone based products are fine to use on curly hair as long as you shampoo often to get rid of any product build-up. If you do not shampoo often, opt for a silicone-free frizz fighting product.

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Final Thoughts

Red strands are in for everyone this season, and you don’t have to head to the salon to get the look. Using coloring kits from your local drugstore, labeled with the correct color level for you current hair color and with a volume developer for a professional look, you will be rocking this warm hue in no time!

Let us know what hair color YOU think pops this season!

  • 1982

    Those pigtails! Drew was just about the cutest little girl EVER when she starred in E.T

  • 1985

    At just ten years old, Drew Blyth Barrymore was already a Hollywood household name after starring in E.T. Cute, natural blonde hair, like any 10 year-old should have.

  • 1987

    The teenage years see Drew sporting an 80s classic – the curly high ponytail, with a slight quiff at the front. Back then, this was very cool.

  • 1990

    By fifteen emancipated from her Hollywood heavyweight parents and moved into her own apartment. Her hair goes super blonde – maybe a touch of the grunge kicking in.

  • 1994

    Rocking the ‘90s grunge/hippie chic – eighteen-year-old Drew was becoming a (legal) regular on the LA party scene and notorious ‘wild child’. This particular look reminds us of Madonna’s early 90s foray into super short blonde hair.

  • 1995

    By the following year, Drew was an all-out Goth girl, with a raven black crop and heavily powdered, milky white skin.

  • 1996

    Flaunting her ‘bad girl’ credentials with 90s queen of grunge Courtney Love – and looking dare we say pretty darn cool with her black satin prom dress, platinum bob, Goth girl make-up and conflicting, cutesy, daisy hair accessories. LOVE that hair.

  • 1998

    A new Drew. Still loving those daisy hair slides but becoming more of a glossy, polished starlet than a red carpet rebel. By this point, Drew had made a successful Hollywood comeback following years of her personal life making the headlines more than her acting. A cameo in teen horror flick Scream was followed by a starring role in hugely successful rom-com The Wedding Singer and, bang, Barrymore was ‘bankable’ again.

  • 1999

    Looking like butter wouldn’t melt on the red carpet with soft curls and natural make-up, Drew was by now in the producing game – the co-founder of Hollywood production company, Flower Films – and in the process of funding a big-screen remake of 70s show Charlie’s Angels…

  • 2000

    With her on-trend copper waves, red lips and California tan, Drew was the critics’ darling once again. Charlie’s Angel became a HUGE box office success and suddenly the former wild child was one of Hollywood’s biggest players. Go, Drew!

  • 2001

    Wowing with rich auburn locks and bold, blue mascara on the red carpet, Drew’s career was on the up but her love-life was still troubled. In July this year, she married oddball comedian and Charlie’s Angels co-star Tom Green, only to split five months later, making her a double-divorcee at 26.

  • 2002

    Following a role in cult flick, Donnie Darko, which her company produced, Drew reprised her role as ass-kicking Dylan Sanders for Charlie’s Angels 2: Full Throttle. Now embracing her natural curls and colour, Drew was rocking red carpets with carefully dishevelled locks and edgy, smoky eyes.

  • 2003

    Never the wallflower, we love that Drew isn’t afraid to break the rules when it comes to her style. Now looking to the catwalks for inspiration, Drew showed off her new lengthy blonde waves and this too-cool explosion of sunny yellow eyeshadow at the Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle press conference.

  • 2003

    Wowing on the red carpet at the LA premiere of Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, Drew went rock chic with tousled locks and edgy, heavy-kohled eyes. And why not? The starlet was by now a fully fledged rock chick, in the first flushes of love with hot Strokes’ drummer Fabrizio Moretti.

  • 2003

    Still looking to the catwalks for beauty inspiration, Drew boldly sported ethereal splashes of white shadow across her eyes, temples and hairline for a Hollywood event.

  • 2005

    Rocking the front row at Marc Jacobs for Fashion Week with body-beautiful, tousled tresses, on-trend metallic shadow and bags of attitude.

  • 2005

    Trying out rich, chocolaty brunette for the first time, Drew looked stunning at the 2005 Oscars ceremony with a body-beautiful up-do, porcelain skin and smoky eyes.

  • 2005

    Are you team blonde Drew or team brunette Drew?

  • 2006

    Looking naturally pretty with gorgeous brunette locks and minimal makeup at the world premiere of her animated flick, Curious George.

  • 2006

    The beginning of her famous two-tone hair and an on-trend pony for a red carpet event in LA.

  • 2007

    Looking tanned and confident on the Golden Globes red carpet, despite splitting with boyfriend of five years Fabrizio that week. The newly-single Drew took along the perfect single gal’s red carpet accessory – BFF Cameron Diaz. The pair walked the red carpet hand-in-hand.

  • 2008

    Sporting gorgeous copper-red waves and rosebud cheeks, the starlet looked relaxed and blissfully happy on the arm of her new beau and He’s Just Not That Into You co-star, the equally cute Justin Long.

  • 2008

    Channelling old-school Hollywood with silver-screen siren waves and red lips for her appearance on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno.

  • 2009

    BOOM. Dividing the critics at the Golden Globes ceremony with BIG hair and the ‘80s-inspired make-up combo of icy blue shadow and pink lips. At least you can always rely on Drew to break the red carpet norm.

  • 2009

    Channeling Bardot with body-beautiful blonde locks and sex kitten eyes for the LA premiere of her new TV show Grey Gardens in April.

  • 2009

    Ever on-trend, Drew rocked a slick-back braided bun and Hollywood red lips for her appearance on The Late Show With David Letterman.

  • 2009

    Could she be any cooler? Drew rocks retro at a Hollywood party with a 20s-style, pin-curled bob, ruby red lips and a beaded, floral/veil accessory for a New York event.

  • 2009

    Teased and tousled locks with rock-chick body, secured with an on-trend feathered accessory and teamed with denim blue eyeshadow – 2009 was officially the year that Drew reignited our style crush – fact.

  • 2009

    Clearly watching those catwalks closely, Drew teamed on-trend black kohled eyes with bubblegum pink lipgloss and two-tone ‘dipped’ hair for the Whip It premier – her directorial debut. The look’s not for everyone, but we applaud her boldness once more.

  • 2009

    Peachy pink perfection! Drew amped up the high-octane glamour for the Emmy Awards with dreamy skin, coral lips and her red carpet do du jour.

  • 2009

    Stunning with an on-trend, tousled bob and nude make-up tones for the Film Institute Benefit screening of Everybody’s Fine with Robert De Niro.

  • 2009

    If there’s a fresh-faced makeup you should aspire to master, it is this one.

  • 2010

    Making fashion headlines and bagging style column inches for her red carpet look at the 2010 Screen Actors Guild awards. The actress sported this 60s-inspired beehive and nude lips for her moment in the spotlight, which saw her bag the TV Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor award for her role in Grey Gardens. She also nabbed the Golden Globe trophy the week before.

  • 2010

    Drew attended the Late Show With David Letterman with new darker roots and flawless natural makeup

  • 2010

    Pale face and dark red pout, Drew attended the Going The Distance World premiere giving some gothic vibes.

  • 2010

    We need to know her secret for this super-shinny hair…

  • 2013

    Drew stepped out in West Hollywood looking more boho than ever, and showing off a new hair colour that didn’t last for long.

  • 2013

    We told you, not long after she went back to her brunette roots looking like Beverly Hills royalty in a Bvlgari event.

  • 2013

    Romantic hair with bold makeup, the duo that never fails.

  • 2014

    Drew has two go-to beauty looks, classic or fresh-faced. Here she attends the Women’s Leadership Award with one of her favourites, classic red pout and winged eyeliner.

  • 2015

    Perfect pout, not glossy not super matte. Take note, this is how it’s done.

  • 2015

    Drew launches her book ‘Find It In Everything’ and stepped out for the signing looking like a classical beauty in a red lipstick that matched her outfit.

  • 2015

    For Safe Kids Day in West Hollywood she embraced the Cali-girl look with wavy hair and fresh makeup.

  • 2015

    For the European premiere of ‘Miss You Already’ she was giving us major braid goals with this messy do’.

  • 2016

    Stunning. Drew stepped out for an event in New York City pulling off super long blonde locks.

  • 2016

    Drew looked like a real-life Rapunzel at the Children’s Hospital ‘Once Upon a Time’ Gala, in LA.

  • 2016

    Wow Drew! That’s how you pull off a ‘straight off the runway’ VS model look.

  • 2017

    Drew shows off her gorgeous balayage in a simple hair-do’ and natural makeup, at the premiere of her new Netflix’s series Santa Clarita Diet.

  • 2017

    Drew debuted a new haircut at the GLAMOUR Awards. The actress has chopped off her long strands and it also looks like she went a little lighter on the colour. We love it though, she looks gorge!

Beauty Lookbook: Drew Barrymore’s 10 Best Hairstyles

Want to try a new hairstyle? Get inspiration from Drew Barrymore’s hair evolution through the years. From her iconic ’90s bob to her modern ombre style, Drew has always looked fabulous!

Layered Bob- 1997

Drew rocks a shiny blond layered ’90s bob.

Curly Bob-1998

In total Drew fashion, the actress wove daisies into her curly platinum bob with bangs for the 1998 Academy Awards.

Warm Blonde- 2001

Drew traded her platinum locks for a warmer blond hue. This easy short hairstyle complemented her natural makeup and carefree attitude.

Tousled Waves- 2004

Drew sported a long, blond, beachy style for her role in 50 First Dates. Get tousled waves like hers by spritzing your damp hair with salt spray and twisting strands in your fingers.

Auburn, Medium Length- 2006

The actress looked polished and mature with this beautiful auburn, medium-length hairstyle. The warm color looks perfect with her fair complexion.

Edgy Bob- 2009

Drew rocked a slicked-back, edgy blond bob at the premiere of her directorial debut, Whip It. This style couldn’t be easier to recreate. Just apply gel to wet hair, comb back, and go!

Ombre- 2010

One of the first stars to rock trendy ombre hair color, Drew looked fabulous at the premiere of her romantic comedy Going the Distance.

Red Hair- 2011

We find it hard to believe Drew isn’t a natural redhead. With a middle part and voluminous beach waves, this medium-length hairstyle is our favorite.

Chocolate Brown- 2013

Hello, sophistication! Drew traded her beachy ombre for a warm chocolate brown. Her tousled tresses look great pulled up and away from her face.

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On a recent winter morning, Drew Barrymore sweeps into her room at the Crosby Street Hotel. While her daughters are busy playing, she beelines it to the bathroom mirror to switch from her uniform of laid-back mom (bare-faced with her hair in a loose braid, dressed in sweatpants and a vintage powder blue sweatshirt featuring the native fish of Alaska) to powerhouse celebrity, producer, and makeup mogul ahead of a full day of meetings.

“I don’t have a lot of sit-down-at-the-vanity-table, old-fashioned luxury of time,” says the founder of Flower Beauty. “It’s so real for us girls. We really do our makeup on the go.” She’s referring to the regular in-transit routine she calls #commuterbeauty. Years of multitasking makeovers alone could make her an expert in the art of pulling together a camera-ready look in a pinch. But add that to her lifetime of experience working with some of the world’s best makeup artists (she made her big-screen debut at the age of 5) and Barrymore could likely write a textbook on what she knows about the five-minute face.

She dips into her makeup bag, moving deftly and waxing poetic about each makeup category as she buffs and blends. Foundation, she’s found, is best served in a stick for optimal apply-anywhere versatility. Highlighting under the eyebrows “gives the eyes a little lift,” while a quick dusting of contour powder enhances bone structure—“who doesn’t want great cheekbones?” she asks rhetorically. But to achieve an otherworldly glow, she picks up a jar of moisturizer: “I always take some on the go.” With a pea-sized amount tapped onto her skin, she creates the from-within “beyond-makeup glow.”

In terms of lipstick, she’s as particular about pigment as she is about placement. “I really am opposed to any formula that feathers,” she says, so, after creating a barrier of MAC lip liner in Magenta, she employs a bold swath of By Terry lipstick across her mouth before blending a bit onto her cheeks, the tip of the nose, and right under her chin for a “cohesive color look” that will last all day.

As a penultimate step, sun protection is her postpartum essential. “As you get older, you have melasma and babies and you get this kind of crazy pigment,” she explains of the increased need for SPF. Barrymore prefers a powder formula to avoid clogged pores and to reveal any discoloration on her skin that may require an extra dab of concealer.

But her favorite moment of her makeup routine occurs when she pulls out a wand of Diorshow mascara. “In mascara, there is no such thing as too much,” she says, reminiscing about the globs of product that were produced by the Maybelline Dial-A-Lash she used in her youth. “It was like icing.” With two applications she reaches the optimal, bright-eyed “mod ’60s layered-on” look. A shake-out of the hair and a split-second ensemble change later, Barrymore—looking every bit the Hollywood multi-hyphenate—is out the door.

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Makeup is for everyone, boys included! Just ask Drew Barrymore. The actress, entrepreneur, designer and wearer of many hats (including heading up a cosmetics brands, Flower Beauty) stopped by our studios to sit down with senior reporter Travis Cronin to give him a makeover using her Flower Beauty essentials — and the results were gorgeous.

First thing is first: Drew isn’t into a ton of frills. Her products are luxurious and super functional — and that shows in how she applies them. She concocted an uber simple 4-step beauty routine for Travis that was all about the skin. Natural beauty — Or no makeup makeup for the boys, if you will.

To start, Drew says it is essential to create a smooth canvas. We’re all human and we all have pores — but we can blur them. She applied the Flower Beauty Blur Stick to give Travis baby skin. Then, from there she layered on some coverage only where it was needed with the Flower Beauty Skincognito Foundation stick. Pro tip: apply the lightweight-but-covering complexion product with your fingers.

Another Barrymore essential: never ever forget to put some coverage on your eyelids, “if you don’t they’ll give you away.” So simple but game-changing. And, of course, Drew reminded Us (boys and girls alike) to alway be sure to get the corners of our noses when applying skin tone-evening products. If there’s anything to learn from Drew, it’s that the subtle details count.

To finish swipe the honey glow highlighter from the Galactic Glow palette down the nose and apply the gold highlighter to the cheekbones. Add some gloss and voila — a gorgeous glow courtesy of Drew Barrymore that will have everyone wondering how you always look so naturally flawless.

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Calling all busy moms! Drew Barrymore shared her amazingly quick daily beauty routine with Vogue, and the results are so fab. For any mom or woman always on-the-go, you can probably relate to wanting to have the easiest and simplest beauty routine in the morning (because who has time to spend hours getting ready?).

From her years of experience with makeup artists and after founding her own company FLOWER Beauty, there’s no doubt Barrymore knows all the tips and tricks to looking good while working hard.

Barrymore truly gives the five-minute face a new meaning as she shares her tips to achieving a daily glow that she makes look so natural. So what’s the ultimate secret to her fresh face?

Barrymore uses a pea-sized amount of moisturizer all over her face—she never leaves anywhere without her Kiels Ultra Face Cream. (She calls it her “beyond-makeup glow.”)

Other than a using moisturizer every day, some of Barrymore’s favorite and must-use daily products include a fun lip liner and lipstick color, concealer, stick and powder foundation, and of course, the infamous Dior Show mascara, which she says is “number one in the business.”

Watch the Barrymore’s routine below:

Madison Alcedo Assistant Editor Madison Alcedo was the Assistant Editor at WomansDay.com and Redbookmag.com.

When you’ve been a star as long as Drew Barrymore — and, as a reminder, she’s been on the scene since 1982 when she was a little blonde button in “E.T.” — there’s no shortage of time to perfect your signature hairstyle.

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See Drew Barrymore’s hair evolution

When it comes to hair, Drew Barrymore has tried it all. Whether funky colors or experimental ‘dos, this Hollywood legend never disappoints.

But one would be hard pressed to pin one look on this chameleon of an actress. Over the decades, she has been America’s favorite blonde next door. That is, until she went brown and became the sultriest brunette we ever did see. (She’s also experimented with hot cinnamon red, perfect platinum, ombre highlights and even jet-black tips.)

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But it’s not only color that this producer and veritable Hollywood legend love to experiment with. One gets the sense that Barrymore views the red carpet as an extension of her work on the big screen. When promoting “Grey Gardens,” in which she played the wonderfully eccentric Little Edie, Barrymore could have stepped right off set, showing up in playful, retro updos that were as pretty as they were delightfully peculiar. If the role is more serious, like the tear-jerker “Miss You Already,” so too are her strands.

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In short, the entrepreneur views the hair on her head as some of us approach our nails: an ever-changing, always colorful expression of joy, inspiration and fun. And Barrymore seems to know, like the true free spirit that she is, that she can always just cut it all off.

This article was originally published on Aug. 18, 2016 on TODAY.com.

  • Drew Barrymore turns 44 today and looks seriously amazing.
  • The actress has been outwardly positive about getting older in the past: “I feel aging is a privilege.”
  • From her skin care to her diet to her mental health, here’s how Barrymore is enjoying her mid-40s.

As she turns 44, Drew Barrymore is a living, breathing advertisement for her cosmetics company, Flower Beauty. While she doesn’t claim to be perfect and she’s a fan of honest, barefaced selfies on Instagram, her skin often looks flawless and she just seems so refreshingly positive.

That extends to her views on aging, too. “I feel aging is a privilege,” she told Glamour UK. “It’s about how to do it gracefully, with humor, self-love, and a respect for the process, and that’s always been really important to me.”

Barrymore said that’s especially important to her now that she has daughters. “I started having girls and I thought, thank god these were my initial instincts,” she said. “Now I can carry them out in an even more deep and profound way.”

Getting older has also had a positive effect on her mental health. “I get a little better each day,” she told Today. “You have to get older to get better and wiser and calmer and focus on the right things. I’m a way better person than I used to be. And trust me, I’m very critical of myself.”

Here’s what Barrymore is doing to look and feel so amazing in her mid-40s.

She follows a simple skin care routine

Barrymore knows skin care, and she swears by a pretty simple routine. She told Insider that she always starts with a “good light cleanser” and her go-tos vary from Cetaphil to products by skin care expert Christine Chin.

She follows that up with a toner. “Anything from down and dirty witch hazel or I still love old-school Noxzema or Sea Breeze,” she said. Finally, she said, “a brightening serum is a must.” She likes Skinmedica’s Lytera 2.0 Pigment Correcting Serum, and Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Cream for added hydration.

She’s not interested in looking ‘unnatural’

While Barrymore doesn’t judge people who undergo plastic surgery, she said it’s not for her. “Not messing with my face or chasing some unnatural beauty is a standard I live by,” she told Glamour UK.

She also takes beauty criticism in stride. “I have dark circles under my eyes. I was at my dermatologist’s recently who said to me, ‘Can I shoot some Juvederm up there? It will raise the skin and it won’t be so sunken, which is causing the darkness to look worse, because it’s lower than the natural light that is hitting it,’” she recalled. “And I went: ‘No, but I’m gonna go home and start highlighting under my eyes, so thank you for the tip!’”

She prioritizes sunscreen

Applying sunscreen daily is one of the most effective ways to prevent premature aging—and Barrymore takes it seriously. Still, she admits it is hard to find one that doesn’t spur breakouts. That’s why she swears by Elta MD formulas (which are commonly recommended by dermatologists!). They’re lightweight, don’t cause acne, and offer solid protection from the sun’s damaging UV rays.

She swears by acne spot treatments

Adult acne is confusing and frustrating at best. Apparently Barrymore grapples with it, too, and she loves one treatment in particular: Clinique’s Acne Solutions Clinical Clearing Gel. “I swear by this!” she wrote on Instagram. “Not cheap. Not unattainable.”

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She’s learned to go with the flow

Barrymore told Today that the opportunity to star in Santa Clarita Diet came in the wake of her divorce, when she thought the timing was off. “I was not looking for a job,” she said. “I had actually stopped acting for several years because I wanted to raise my kids, but then a shift happened in my life and I was separating from their father and it was just a very difficult time.”

But Barrymore said she realized taking on the role of a flesh-eating realtor was therapeutic for her. “Ironically I think it taught me a valuable life lesson, which was sometimes when you think something is the worst timing and the worst idea, it can actually become a thing that saves you and pulls you out and gives you a new focus and empowerment, and switches your constant stuck way of thinking and feeling and put it into something else that might actually get you to a healthier place faster,” she said.

She’s big on laser treatments

The actress isn’t into plastic surgery but she loves a ‘Clear + Brilliant’ laser treatment with her dermatologist, Roy G. Geronemus. The treatment “just schluffs the barnacles of brown and sun damage off your face,” she told Glamour UK. “It’s the greatest thing ever. It’s non-invasive and there’s no downtime. It’s like microdermabrasion laser, but it always makes me feel so much more attractive.”

She pays attention to her chest and neck, too

“Your beauty routine starts at this line, and we must work upward!” Barrymore captioned an Instagram shot of herself holding her hand to her chest. “We forget our neck and chest!!!!” Barrymore also said she tends to “forget anything below the chin” but tries to make a point to cleanse and care for the skin on her chest and neck too.

She’s all about being honest

Barrymore recently started a social media campaign called #TheWayItLooksToUs after she said she was late to her children’s school, wore sweatpants, and started giving herself a hard time. So, she decided to call out the way it seems things seem to be and the way things actually are, she explained on Instagram Stories. She then shared a video of her daughters tracking powdered sugar all over her floor and pointed out that she, like most women, gets red-faced and sweaty after working out hard.

She works really hard to be fit

Eating well and exercising regularly isn’t easy, and Barrymore has made it clear that she struggles like everyone else. “Let’s face it, I hate it,” she said during an appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden of dieting for Santa Clarita Diet. “I would much rather eat fettuccine alfredo all day long.” When she’s filming, Barrymore said she follows a vegan diet. “I work out every day, and it’s so healthy,” she said. “It gets to be euphoric.”


Korin Miller Korin Miller is a freelance writer specializing in general wellness, sexual health and relationships, and lifestyle trends, with work appearing in Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Self, Glamour, and more.

  • Wearing no makeup, Drew Barrymore just shared a favorite beauty product in a new Instagram video.
  • She reviewed Drunk Elephant’s The Baby Facial and said it gave her “instant results.”
  • The actress also said she’d wear the cleansing mask on her work commute.

Drew Barrymore is a beauty mogul (even when she’s wearing no makeup) that always seems to know the latest and greatest skincare and makeup secrets. She’s constantly reviewing beauty products and sharing her favorite techniques on Instagram, from acne gels to applying lipstick to her cheeks. And, with her wn line of beauty and skincare products, Flower Beauty, the founder/actress/all-around boss babe is one reliable source for intel.

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The latest product on Drew’s must-have list is Drunk Elephant’s The Baby Facial, a cleansing mask with alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) and beta hydroxy acid (BHA) that help to exfoliate the skin and rid of it dead cells.

In a recent Instagram video, a fresh-faced Drew without a stitch of makeup (and, btw, looks flawless), begins to apply the cleansing mask right from the bottle.

Meanwhile, she dishes on why it’s basically magic: “Hey everyone, okay, today I am gonna talk about Drunk Elephant The Baby Facial. So, I see such instant results from this product.” (Tbh, I’m already sold.)

“Everybody is talking about Drunk Elephant, Drunk Elephant, Drunk Elephant,” she continues. “The packaging is fun and pretty. but how does it function? Well, let me tell you.”

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#beautyjunkieweek @drunkelephant is amazing and watch this to see my #commuterbeauty trick! Make sure not to wear this facial mask in the ☀️!

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TL;DR—Drew is obsessed (but you should probs still hear what she has to say, anyway).

“This baby facial mask literally looks like you are a baby by the time it’s done,” she explains. “And what’s interesting is when you see the pigment of the mask, it kind of actually looks a little bit like a tinted moisturizer.”

So much so that Drew literally says she’s gonna wear it out…for her commute.

Well, I’m definitely convinced.

Emily Shiffer Emily Shiffer is a former digital web producer for Men’s Health and Prevention, and is currently a freelancer writer specializing in health, weight loss, and fitness.

Drew Barrymore shares her 3-step skin-care routine — and it includes a surprisingly cheap drugstore cleanser

  • Veteran actress Drew Barrymore, 43, has been in the Hollywood spotlight her whole life.
  • During an event in New York City celebrating her Flower makeup line partnering with Ulta Beauty, Drew Barrymore told INSIDER her step-by-step skin-care routine.
  • Barrymore starts with a light cleanser, then a toner, and finally a brightening serum.
  • Her go-to brands include Cetaphil, Chanel, Noxema, and Skinmedica.

Hollywood star Drew Barrymore’s makeup and skin care company, Flower, is now sold in the increasingly popular beauty store Ulta. During a launch event in New York City, Barrymore revealed her own skin-care routine she relies on daily.

“I do think that you can make the most amazing skin care out of really mild, grocery store products,” Barrymore told INSIDER. “Like, Regenerist from Olay is as good as any expensive night cream you will ever buy.”

Barrymore’s go-to products range from the aforementioned grocery store brands like Noxema to higher-end brands. Keep reading to learn the beauty secrets of Hollywood’s own Drew Barrymore.

Step one: Start with a light cleanser to pick up skin pollution.

“Always a good light cleanser,” Barrymore said. “I don’t like anything heavy. I love this woman Christine Chin. She’s so expensive it really hurts, but it’s the most amazing product.”

Barrymore also touted regular brands you can find in drugstores or the homegoods section of a grocery store.

“If I’m on the run, I love a good Cetaphil. And also Chanel did this amazing foaming cleanser. It’s really pasty at first but what that does is pick up the pollution and dirt better than anything. So when it goes almost like a thick ointment and you need the water to break it down, those are really great cleansers.”

Drew Barrymore at the New York City launch of Flower in Ulta stores. BCPM

Step two: Any simple toner is a must.

“And then always a toner for me,” Barrymore said. “Anything from down and dirty witch hazel or I still love old-school Noxema or Sea Breeze. Or a really great toner from a skin care company, whether its natural or not.”

Step three: A brightening serum is the key final touch.

“A brightening serum is a must — Skinmedica makes a great one,” Barrymore said. “I’m trying this new one by Shani Darden. Also, Kiehls has great Ultra Moisturizer, it’s fantastic.”

For Barrymore, the higher price tag for brands like Shani Darden ($100-plus per bottle) are her way of splurging.

“They’re all really expensive but I don’t buy bags, I don’t buy shoes — skincare is my thing,” the actress said. “I don’t want to turn to the needle or the doctors, so I love investing it it. Because then, I can bring it to people.”

You can watch Barrymore starring on Netflix’s “Santa Clarita Diet,” the second season of which is now streaming.

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