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    Age-defying Naomi Watts, 52, goes makeup free as she reveals her clean beauty skincare and makeup products worth $700

    She is known for her youthful flawless complexion. 

    And on Friday, Naomi Watts, 52, revealed her skincare routine and favourite clean makeup products as she prepared to go on set for a photo shoot in New York.

    The age-defying beauty sat in the makeup chair with eye masks from Kat Burki, priced at $19, applied to her face, as her artist Mary Wiles used a rose quartz de-puffer tool, priced at Sephora Australia at $54.

    Getting ready! Age-defying Naomi Watts went makeup free as she revealed her clean beauty skincare and makeup products worth $650 for a photo shoot in New York on Friday 

    In her Instagram story, the Australian actress showed off the range of skin and beauty products she uses on her visage.

    Among them is Tatcha’s $83 Silk Canvas Protective Primer and $45 lip mask, as well as Dr. Barbara Sturm Glow Drops, worth $222.

    Prepared on the makeup table in front of The Ring star was a range of clean cosmetic products, including a few of RMS beauty’s Un Cover-Up concealer, worth $58 each.

    Luxurious skin care prep: The age-defying beauty sat in the makeup chair with eye masks from Kat Burki, priced at $19, as her artist Mary Wiles used a rose quartz de-puffer tool, priced at Sephora Australia at $54.

    Luxurious skin care prep: The age-defying beauty sat in the makeup chair with eye masks from Kat Burki, priced at $19, as her artist Mary Wiles used a rose quartz de-puffer tool, priced at Sephora Australia at $54.

    Pricey! Among them included Tatcha's $83 Silk Canvas Protective Primer and the $45 lip mask, as well as Dr. Barbara Sturm Glow Drops, worth $222

    Pricey! Among them included Tatcha’s $83 Silk Canvas Protective Primer and the $45 lip mask, as well as Dr. Barbara Sturm Glow Drops, worth $222

    Makeup faves: Prepared on the makeup table in front of The Ring star was a range of clean cosmetic products including a few of RMS beauty's Un Cover-Up concealer, worth $58 each, as well as BeautyCounter's concealer $42

    Makeup faves: Prepared on the makeup table in front of The Ring star was a range of clean cosmetic products including a few of RMS beauty’s Un Cover-Up concealer, worth $58 each, as well as BeautyCounter’s concealer $42

    There were also a few products American brand BeautyCounter, including the Dew Skin Tinted Moisturiser $62, the concealer $42 and foundation $62. 

    Also seen on the makeup table was Mineral Mattifying power by Australian beauty brand Inika, which is also stocked at Naomi’s beauty store Onda, for $45.

    Naomi has long been an advocate for clean beauty and co-owns a franchise of beauty stores in Sydney, London and New York called Onda.

    Products: Also seen in the video was BeautyCounter's foundation, worth $62 as well as Mineral Mattifying power by Australian beauty brand Inika, which is also stocked at Naomi's beauty store Onda, for $45

    Products: Also seen in the video was BeautyCounter’s foundation, worth $62 as well as Mineral Mattifying power by Australian beauty brand Inika, which is also stocked at Naomi’s beauty store Onda, for $45

    Clean beauty: Back in July she spoke to The Chalkboard about how she was nervous at first to try clean skincare products. She said: 'I always thought that if it didn't hurt, it probably wouldn't work!'

    Clean beauty: Back in July she spoke to The Chalkboard about how she was nervous at first to try clean skincare products. She said: ‘I always thought that if it didn’t hurt, it probably wouldn’t work!’

    Back in July, she spoke to The Chalkboard about how she was nervous at first to try clean skincare products.

    She said: ‘I always thought that if it didn’t hurt, it probably wouldn’t work!’.

    ‘Once I started trying things, I saw not only real efficacy, but a solid shift in my overly sensitive skin.’

    She added: ‘Knowing that there are no harmful ingredients makes so much sense.’ 

    Makes sense: She said, 'Once I started trying things, I saw not only real efficacy, but a solid shift in my overly sensitive skin. Knowing that there are no harmful ingredients makes so much sense'

    Makes sense: She said, ‘Once I started trying things, I saw not only real efficacy, but a solid shift in my overly sensitive skin. Knowing that there are no harmful ingredients makes so much sense’

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