Liv Tyler


"I’m still trying to figure out what I want to be when I grow up. I always wanted to be a singer—my whole life, all I ever did was sing around the house. [Modeling and acting] all happened so young, before I even had a chance to really think about it. But I love what I do... People are always telling me how much they loved Empire Records. We had so much fun making that movie. I was so young—16 or 17. I still had a tutor! [Laughs] I wasn't really thinking about [making a fashion statement]. But those were my boots in the movie! Actually, we got into a huge fight, because I had this whole outfit planned, and then the night before filming, [the studio] said they wanted me in a mohair sweater and a plaid miniskirt. It was something about how they wanted to soften my look [photo 15], but being a rebellious teenager, I was mad. I was like, ‘Are you fucking kidding me? Really? Fine, screw you, I’m gonna wear my boots with it!’ Well, that’s what I said to myself.

Everything has changed so much in fashion and beauty since the Nineties, when I was starting out. I remember going to the Stealing Beauty premiere, and I loved Dolce & Gabbana so I reached out to them to borrow a dress and they sent me one. I think I had my hair done. But I would go to things all the time where I did my own hair and makeup. Or, when I did Inventing the Abbotts with Joaquin Phoenix, we were dating at the time, and I threw on this red Prada dress with my weird vintage coat for the premiere. I remember Gwyneth [Paltrow] came to the premiere for Armageddon and danced with me at the after-party and she had no makeup on, this little slip dress and no bra, and maybe flip-flops. It was just a different time. There weren’t as many paparazzi, the red carpets weren’t what they are now—there’s a lot of scrutiny going on and the maintenance is intense! Think about seeing Julia Roberts on the red carpet in the late 80s and early 90s in a suit with no makeup on, and that was OK. I sort of miss those days a little bit.

I really learned about makeup and skincare from watching my grandmother [Dorothea Johnson] and my mom [Bebe Buell]. My grandmother was very elegant, very detail-oriented, and kind of meticulous about her routine and about how groomed she was. She started teaching me the importance of moisturizing at six years old, putting moisturizer on me every night when I got out of the bath. She also taught me things like, ‘Never go to sleep without washing your face,’ so, at a very young age, I was washing my skin. And then I watched my mom, who was totally different. My grandma is an etiquette teacher, who’s written books on the topic—we’re actually writing one together right now—and my mom had this rebel heart. She played in punk bands and worked as a model. Growing up, I’d always watch her do her makeup, and I would break into her bag all the time and use her products. But I started working at 13! So, I can’t remember ever not having makeup or skincare around.

I'm obsessed with beauty—seriously, one of my dreams is to write a book about beauty secrets and do a skincare line. Having said that, I haven’t even begun to venture down that road, but since I was a very young teenager, I would collect masks and moisturizers, and when my girlfriends would come over, I’d be giving them ideas for what to do to their skin. I still do that all the time.

When you put a bit more effort into some things, the results are wonderful, especially as a woman—in your health, your body, your skin, your hair. It can be about that extra five little minutes a day, 30 more minutes a week. Try to shut the world out. If you’re a mom, you just say, ‘Okay, here, you’re going to watch a movie, I’m going to take a bath.’ Take the time to have a bath, to do a face mask. It really makes you feel better! And that is what makes you more beautiful—the inner-sparkle that shines out. My whole thing about skincare is starting from the inside, out. There’s no cream that’s going to make you beautiful.

That being said, I think that exfoliation is the key to beautiful skin, I really do. I use scrubing gloves every day in the shower. They just make you glow and get your blood flowing… Your skin is your biggest organ! It’s important to slough off dead cells all the time. For example, today I flew in on a red eye from L.A. and slept for four hours. So, I took a steam shower with essential oils and I scrubbed my skin, conditioned my hair, and I used the Clarisonic—just that gets your blood flowing. Your skin is flushed, awake, and alive. I’m a big believer in that type of thing. Like, if I had to go to a big event, a couple hours before, I’d take a crazy-hot bath with tons of salts and oils a few hours before. I love Kneipp Joint and Muscle Mineral Bath Salts; they’re intense. But I do more than that—I take a couple of baths a week where I use a whole box of epsom salts and either a bottle of hydrogen peroxide or a packet of baking soda. Equal parts salt and hydrogen peroxide. It makes you sweat all of the toxins out and all of the bad stuff. I learned about it from a hippie-natural-amazing pediatrician, actually, for when kids get sick.

So, I do that a couple times a week, and I’ll do a face mask while I’m in there. I love the Astara Skincare Blue Flame Purification Mask because it has lots of good oils in it and it makes you glow, or the Cellcosmet Anti-Stress Cream Mask, which I got from my facialist in LA, or Bliss' Triple Oxygen Instant Energizing Mask. I’m also pretty much obsessed with Tracie Martyn Amla Purifying Cleanser—I put it on my Clarisonic. For toner, Caudalie Beauty Elixir is my favorite thing in the universe; I am hooked on it, and I take the travel-size one on the plane, wherever I'm going. Shu Uemura Cleansing Oil is amazing, too—when you add water, it turns into a white, milky texture and it takes your makeup off in one second.

I use different creams and moisturizers. I really like Nia25 Intensive Recovery Complex and NeoCutis BioRestorative Skin Cream, which my godmother and dermatologist told me about. It’s almost like La Mer, in that it’s soothing and very non-allergenic feeling; you can just keep loading it on and it really hydrates. After I put on my normal moisturizer, I rub tons of La Mer into my lips and then I use it as a spot treatment—a little bit under my eyes, around my nose, above my top lip. My favorite light moisturizer is Remède Alchemy Emulsion, which smells so beautiful—I’ve been using it since I was, like, 15. But the Cetaphil cream pot is my favorite, favorite, favorite moisturizer—I use it all the time, after the shower, every day. It holds the water in, and makes you have beautiful skin. At night, I’ve been using these little Pomega5 oil capsules from Bliss.

Here's one trick that I’m pretty religious about: when I’m showering, I’ll turn the water to cold for the last couple minutes, which a hairstylist friend told me closes the hair cuticle. It makes your hair really shiny and beautiful. And I always feel like it makes you a little bit skinnier. [Laughs] So, I always do that. In terms of maintenance, I shampoo and condition my hair every other day. When I condition, I use a mound of product—they say ‘quarter-size,’ but I’ve got, like, five silver dollars in there. I’ve been working with Pantene in Europe and Asia [as an ambassador] for the last couple of years, but I’ve been using their products since I was a kid, back in the Empire Records days. I like their Clinicare line, which I think is only available in Asia. It makes my hair velvet-y and light. I also love Terax products—they feel amazing.

With makeup, I like to look like I don’t have makeup on. I think I have a face that can take a lot of product. On movies, it’s always interesting because, the way my eyes are, if you do a strong eye on me, you have to keep putting it on. It’s the way my face reflects light or something, but I can take a lot of makeup. But I usually don’t wear very much, especially when I’m not working. For foundation, I mix a little bit of Koh Gen Do Moisture Foundation in #123 and #12, and put it on really gently with my finger. When someone else does my face, they’ll use a sponge, but I never, ever do that when I do my own makeup. And then I do a bit of YSL Touche Éclat #2, just to highlight places. I put Givenchy Blush Gelée on my cheeks, or this crazy-old Kevyn Aucoin Creamy Moist Glow in Pravella that I love. It’s so old, he was still alive when I got it. If I was going to the beach, I would just use Becca’s Beach Tint on my cheeks and lips and nothing else.

On my eyes, I usually work some Givenchy Magic Khol in Coffee in along the top and bottom lashes and smudge it. I don’t wear eye shadow—if I want the color to go up a little higher, I’ll just keep smudging the eyeliner upwards. Then, I love Clinique’s Naturally Glossy Mascara. I use it a lot on movies because it’s so natural-looking. I’m not a big clumpy mascara fan—I like my lashes to all be fanned and spread out.

My favorite red lipstick is Rio Rio by Topshop. It’s this amazing orange-y red. It was Alexa Chung’s suggestion, actually! I saw her once and I said, ‘Chunginator, what’s your lip color?’ She told me it was from Topshop and I was like, ‘Get out of town!’ I wore it a lot in December, to a couple of premieres—The Hobbit, Django... I like the red lip. Sometimes, I’ll use a Nars Red Square Velvet Matte Lip Pencil just to help it.

I still have a stash of my Liv’s Lips lipstick that I made with Givenchy. When I started working with them, Nicolas [Degennes, the artistic director of Givenchy Beauty] and I would always put a stain on me, whether for campaign shoots or PR events. I had a couple of different ones I’d collected that were these kind of sheer, berry stains, like the Clinique Black Honey Almost Lipstick, only a bit deeper. Eventually, he made one for me, and then they produced it as a limited-edition Rouge Interdit lipstick. If you look at it, it’s black, but it goes on really sheer. It’s kind of like a mood ring—different on everyone, but always the right color for how you’re feeling.

I’ve worn the same perfume, C.O. Bigelow Musk Oil, for so many years. And I’m telling you, every day, five people will ask me what I’m wearing. That’s all it is, musk oil from Bigelow’s! I put little drops on my fingers and put some under my arms and in my belly button. My dad taught me that—if you put it where you heat up, the smell stays with you.”

—as told to ITG

[1-14] Liv Tyler photographed by Emily Weiss in New York on April 19, 2013; [15] Liv Tyler in Empire Records; [16] Liv Tyler with Joaquin Phoenix and Natalie Portman at the Inventing the Abbotts premiere.

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  • L

    Oh my god!!!! I have been waiting for this day

  • beeswaxnoneofyour

    Awesome that she actually says what stuff she uses, not (just) the ones she advertises for! Especially the perfume!

  • Phil

    OMG! She has the most amazing skin, finally a look at her cabinet :O

  • Georgie

    I have been dying for you to do a Liv Tyler feature! She is just wonderful.

  • julia

    I think she's such a lovely interviewee, with such an unsually pretty face. Well done, ItG-

  • Paty

    I loved it!!!
    I'm posting looks from Los Angeles and accessories:

  • Holly


  • harps

    MY FAVORITE. I've always loved Liv Tyler. She's one of those actors who I wish I'd see more of on-screen and in the mags.One of my favorite editorials of her was the one she did for Jane magazine.

    Anyhow, I bet she is a great singer. LIV, cut an album! Go for it!

    For sure I'm going to try some of her tips. What a class act!

    • sashi

      Jane was the best magazine ever published. horde-worthy.

      • magpie

        true true TRUE.
        My dad recycled all of mine when I went to college. So much sadness.

    • harps

      Hey ladies/awesome gents! Me again. I just bought RioRio per Liv and the Chugunator LOL and it is great! I used Barry M's beautiful and cheap lip liner in #113 to make it more substantial...velvety to the lipstick's satin. Here's a link:

      liv kisses!

  • Ella Pretty Blog

    I've adored Liv Tyler ever since she was in the Crazy video with Alicia Silverstone - she is just so beautiful! I used to buy any magazine she was featured in. I've always read that she is very into skincare - but never knew the specifics until this post - THANK YOU ITG!!!

    The detox baths sound effective - am going to try it out!

    MY BLOG: ♥♥♥ Ella Pretty ♥♥♥

  • jsc

    Love Liv and her bathroom--not only beautiful tile, but it's real and lived in. So glad she shared.

  • Alyssa Gapske

    She is so amazing. I still have a clip of her from a magazine from 10 years ago in my files. She said the same thing about the perfume somewhere else. Great tip!

  • Oblivion

    lovely interview!lovely liv!!xxx

  • Kara Nesvig

    I just interviewed her mama Bebe for Xovain! She mentioned the scent in the navel bit too. I've interviewed Steven twice and bebe twice ... Liv it's your turn!

  • njanisch

    AMAZING!!!! love her! So glad you posted this

  • nicolecontrol

    I love this! Liv Tyler is amazing. Her whole list of products is a relatable blast from the past. I mean that in a good way, like she has stuck with things that have worked for her and isn't advocating for the cult favorites of the day. I fell in love with Astara masks and that Alchemy moisturizer 10+ years ago! Amazing. I will now buy everything all over again, Liv.

  • Christina Robin

    Best one yet!

  • Kate South

    She has the most beautiful skin, I have always been so envious! What an awesome interview.

  • amanda perry

    Interesting perfume tips, I might have to try, I have not been happy with my current perfume!

  • Bells

    My heart raced when I saw Liv on the main page! AND it's a Top Shelf! I've been waiting for this for so long!

    One question: What lipstick is she wearing on the first four pictures?

    • Kristien

      Yes, I would also love to know what lip color this is! I've been looking for something just like it to compliment my fair skin!

    • Georgie

      Looks to me like her natural lip colour?

  • Tyler Eustice

    Love Liv Tyler. She's maintained herself immaculately. I also like the Cellcosmet line from Saks, it's made in Switzerland. Thank you for a new Top Shelf, I've been having withdrawals.

  • Sabina

    best top shelf ever. i've love love loved Liv since i was 12... she's my beauty twin - no one ever talks about how great Clinique Naturally Glossy Mascara is! and i miss the nineties too, Liv.

  • Chelseagirl …

    That's a lot of product even for this column, hee hee -- and alas, I have a feeling she would look that beautiful without them.

    It's true about what Gwyneth wore to the premiere-- I found a photo!

  • heather adair

    Probably more Things on Liv's list of Things that I want to buy than any TS of each, pretty please! Curios about Terax (whenever I think I've tried every "hair stuff" out there, I find a new way to blow the cash!).

    • bluesky557

      I used to love Terax, but they changed their formula a few years ago and it's never been anywhere near as good anymore.

  • Christina

    Thank you so much for this!!

  • Aliya

    So happy you interviewed her, she's a dream!

  • Anita Rivas

    Loved the jpegs, love how simple she is and her choice in products. I hang my loofah gloves the same way : )

  • EL

    The yellow bath mit hanging off of her shower handle is by Supracor - the honeycomb. They are available at Amazon and some spas. I LOVE mine!! A must-buy exfoliator.

  • Artesia

    I have never said this, and I've been reading ITG practically since its inception- my absolute fave Top Shelf, EVER. I LOVE Liv!!! I've been a fan of hers forever. I love following her makeup and skincare recommendations and routines in magazines because it's evident she's really into it, she's a real beauty junkie. Much respect for featuring such an amazing personality on ITG!

  • Michelle

    Love this post :)

  • Dinner

    Arrruuuggghhh! Liv Tyler! [Dies.] Thank you for featuring this top shelf! Liv always has great beauty tips.

  • beautyidealist

    I really enjoyed this Top Shelf! You can tell she truly uses these products! And I like that it's a mix of high and low - La Mer & Cetaphil, etc. I'm crazy for the Koh Gen Do foundation. Will definitely have to stock up on lipstick after reading about her color choices.

  • Cat

    She's like this mythical creature... My first reaction to this was something like "she exists?!!!" hahaa

  • Clarisse

    It was so great to read that, amazing pictures too!

  • Lidy

    Love this post

  • Diamenrose

    Great post :) Love it and so informative :)

  • kneelbeforetigers

    Love her and her mix of luxe, natural, and drugstore. Great Top Shelf!

  • mb

    i absolutely love her. she is one of the most stunning women ever, and I love that she is all about less make up, more skincare - and her place seems so understated, chic and comfortable! feels like a true home.

  • Jenna

    I, too, remember the Jane magazine editorial. I also remember Liv's interview in the first issue of Nylon (by Helena Christensen). Liv has such a wonderful esthetic. Someone mentioned she's said something previously that is the same comment here. And that's the thing, she's her own person. Isn't it funny when you read an interview with someone and you keep thinking "yes, yes yes...I think that too?" I say that with Liv and Sofia Coppola. That simple idea of products and how we want to use them. And how we become attached to them. New (upgraded, etc) is not always better.

    Can anyone tell me where to find Liv's Lips? I've searched for ages but can never find it.

    Thank you ITG.

    • Nina R.

      Liv's Lips was extremely limited edition and appeared in Sephora for what seemed like 2 seconds! I really wish they would bring it back! Liv Tyler - can you do anything for us??? This was an awesome Top Shelf because how can you not want to hang out with this woman?!?

  • amod

    love how she says, 'No cream is going to make you beautiful.' Then a few paragraphs down she says, 'the Cetaphil CreamPot....will make you have beautiful skin.'! So apparently some creams can you make you beautiful :)

    • lins

      Though it's true that beautiful skin can make a person appear more beautiful, I believe she's saying that the cream will give you beautiful skin, not necessarily that it will in and of itself make you beautiful ;)

  • Rachel
    • murt

      Completely agree with eastvillagesiren - after researching this, I don't buy the claims that parabens are dangerous, and frankly, I worry more about what preservatives are being used as alternatives in a paraben-free product.

      • Rachel

        Peppermint oil is a natural preservative used in place of synthetic chemicals. I would love for eastvillagesiren to be right but I choose to err on the side of caution as my skin can no longer tolerate many synthetic ingredients after years of usage.

        • eastvillagesiren

          Hi Rachel, sounds like you've found products and a regime that works for you - that's what matters. My skin can't tolerate most essential oils; peppermint makes my skin burn. So I've found a mix of products with short ingredient lists from La Roche Posay and Bioderma that work for my skin. To me, it's not about natural vs. synthetic, but about what works effectively and long term with our individual skin. At least I can still smell the lovely essential oils; I just can't put them on my face ; (

  • Mehnaz Alam

    Her skin is fantastic- Glad to finally know her secrets! Funnily, I'm currently living in Shanghai and there is a random boutique called "Liv Tyler". Every time I drive by it- it reminds me of the awesomeness that is Liv Tyler.

  • Lola

    I! LOVE! LIV! (and have loved her for EVER!) MWAH!!

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  • Lana Nasser

    Literally my obsession. She is the most beautiful being. Sigh.

  • Laura

    OMG! love Her! Just found this article on & so exicted to know the inside scoop on Liv's beauty routine.

  • Style Me Frum

    Love this post!! can't wait to feature some of your styling tips on

  • Dre

    Love this! Can't wait to see a Top Shelf with the porcelain-skinned Patricia Herrera Lansing or Carolina Herrera:)

  • yvonne
  • k8

    lol parabens tho? that was, like, one study that no one else agrees'd have to drink like 4 gallons a day to get cancer from them

    • equestrienne

      You know, even if parabens and chemical-laden skin care products weren't going to give me cancer, I still wouldn't use them anymore. Mostly because I did for years and they never performed as promised. My skin looked damaged and mediocre. After ditching them and using only a 2 or 3 natural products in my skin care rotation, my skin is healthy and luminous.

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  • k8

    man i really want to use the tracie martyn cleanser after everything i've heard about it even though i know i shouldn't be spending that much money on a cleanser........also, clairsonic: my boyfriend has big, deep pores and is really blackhead-prone. i've never really felt like the clairsonic was necessary for me, but i'm starting to feel like he could benefit from it to really clear out all that gunk?? idk??? i know that like everyone can use it but he really needs a deep cleanse imo

    • MoseyM

      I'm glad I'm not the only one who secretly wants to clean her husband's pores.

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  • Becca @ The Beauty Sample

    Love love loved this Top Shelf! Liv is such a breath of fresh air and you can really tell from this post how passionate she is about beauty. Love that!

  • magpie

    Liv Tyler has an amazingly real-person bathroom (esp. real-person-in-NYC bathroom).

    One more reason to love!

  • Guest

    She sounds delightful! And I absolutely love her beautiful, old-school bathroom.

  • Lauren Ashley

    Oh man, she so stunning - what a classic beauty. The little '90 kid inside me just swooned a bit.

  • http://restlessblonde.blogspot

    I really like her and her approach to beauty :) I also think that this said extra 5 minutes a day may give you much more beauty than anybody could think!

  • Maggie

    Her skin is to die for! I would buy her book in a heartbeat.....her honesty was much appreciate.

  • equestrienne

    I agree! I hate the shit out of Cetaphil, but I do love Liv!

  • R

    Oh my goodness. I am more than glad to see this come out because Liv Tyler is my largest inspiration. She truly is the "ultimate" inspiration to all girls. She doesn't try to be anyone other than herself and I truly admire her for that. She is naturally beautiful and she seems to be such a strong, independent, loving woman. I really do aspire to be like her one day. So weird but she actually keeps me going when I'm in those dull moods. Goodness, her mother Bebe did such a lovely job. Bebe is a true sweetheart as well, I can see where she gets it. Anyway, I would love, love, love to see Liv come out with her out beauty book/beauty line. I think I'd buy every product hehe. She is just so unique and unlike all the other celebrities. I think she is better than them all. I could go on and on, truly. Again, love this article and love Liv! :-)

  • Hannah

    I love Liv! So much. Was Liv saying that she takes a steamy bath with the epsom salts, baking soda, and hydrogen peroxide-and soaks in all of this to steam out toxins? I will do whatever she says!

  • Anna Guseva

    she is so naturally and charming, completely obsessed

  • Kathleen Hale

    This is so great! FYI, I tried the hydrogen peroxide/epsom salts bath and it was amazing. Highly recommended if you want to sweat out the flu or just feel fancy.

  • Rinka

    Incredible!! I have always ALWAYS thought that Liv Tyler was one of the most naturally beautiful women in the whole world.. such a soft feminine beauty but the pale skin and dark hair give her such an edgy rocker royalty vibe too. She is such a style and beauty icon and seems like such a sweetheart.. I have no idea if she remembers or if she will read this but for a Japanese tv show a Japanese comedian had to run around New York City trying to get celebrities to take a photo with her and Liv was the only celebrity out of dozens they ran into that was happy to have a picture taken! Some of the others were borderline abusive.. I get being approached by fans kinda ruins the rhythm of your day but it says a lot when you treat people who support your work with a little bit of care.

    And I did not recognize Joaquin Phoenix in that photo at all! I thought it was some random hunky Greek dude haha.

  • Melanie

    Emily did Liv say she uses that Cetaphil moisturizer on her face or her body?

  • Kristina

    This musk. Is it animal based or plant?

  • Angie

    I love liv and all the different beauty brands I discovered thanks to some of her interviews: Tracy Martin, Mario Badescu, Olio Lusso! Great choice!

  • Marcela Napoleone

    LOVE!! One of the best TS ever!

    Great to see some off the beaten track brands...

  • Violet

    My favorite girl!! Love her so much!

  • Kara Nesvig

    Thank you!!! Xo

  • Narida

    It finally happened! Liv is where it's at!

  • Kharina Sterner

    Liv is a class act. How frickin' generous to admit that she is a skincare nazi and does genuinely believe in what you do to your skin will show. Another lovely top shelf with an interesting woman who has the most beautiful peachy skin. Beautiful!

  • Julia

    Where is her top/dress from? Amazing!!!

  • Christen

    Liv is stunningly beautiful. I am loving her list of favorite products... marking some of these down on my shopping list.

    Seriously, could she be anymore beautiful. So happy I stumbled upon this feature :)

  • Janet Lee

    I loved what she wore in Empire Records. My girlfriends and I actually went through a period when we wore Doc Martins boots and plaid skirts! We also did the knee socks and plaid skirt like Cher from Clueless :) We always commented on how fantastic Liv's legs looked with the boots and the mini skirt.

  • Peaches

    i love that she tapes up quotes on her wall.

  • elizabeth

    I love Liv like crazy, and am equally obsessed with Cetaphil. Does anyone know about a similar organic paraben free moisturizer that works as well? I'm not into oils/shea butter, it just doesn't sink in the same way. My skin misses those freaking toxins!

  • Allie

    Is hydrogen peroxide safe/beneficial in a bath? Research-backed answer preferable. I love baths and agree with most of Liv's points, but this is the one that struck me as odd.

  • Sarah J

    Great, now if only we could get Jennifer Connelly to do a Top Shelf :)


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Cellcosmet Anti-Stress Mattifying Cream Mask
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Remede Alchemy Advanced Moisture Emulsion
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Givenchy Blush Gelée
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