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HELLO! Online exclusive: Kimberly Wyatt talks beauty, staying in shape and Got To Dance

06 JUNE 2012

She experienced global success as one sixth of hit girl group Pussycat Dolls.

And since the band split in 2010, Kimberly Wyatt has barely slowed down, with a starring role as judge on Sky 1 show Got To Dance, a solo stint under her belt and an upcoming appearance in West End dance show Revolution later this year.

But for now, Kimberly is set to conquer the beauty world with the creation of a new make-up line called BM Beauty.

 



The pint-sized blonde has founded the line – which stands for Beautiful Movements – with business partner Laura McConiskie, a gorgeous, all-natural collection with plenty of colour.

HELLO! Online caught up with Kimberly to chat about her new venture, her tips for staying in shape and her relationship with fellow Got To Dance judges.

What are your beauty secrets?

Don’t get stuck in a rut with your make-up. Change it up, try different colour combinations and don't be afraid to experiment!

I'm being a lot more bold using my BM Beauty Wolf Howl (£7.00) ,a metallic purple at the moment for a futuristic look. It looks amazing with the metallic green of BM Beauty Emerald showers!

What's your beauty regime?

I like to keep my skin fresh. I exfoliate, only using fresh natural brands. I always take my make-up off before I go to bed. I have switched to BM Beauty Naked foundation (£12) to ensure I never have break outs despite all the dancing, now even the boys on the Revolution Set are wearing it.

How do you stay in shape?

I am always dancing! Revolution is very high energy so I have to eat quite a lot to stay curvy.

Any beauty staple you couldn't live without?

My staple beauty products are my nude lip gloss and my Noir eye shadow (£7) for a smoky eye.

BM Beauty Dewy Perfection finishing powder (£8) for everyday use to give a soft glow to the skin, I am also never without my BM Beauty brushes – all handbag essentials. I am a big fan of LA Science (shampoo £14.99, serum £29.99) for keeping my hair big, long and strong.

Moroccan Oil and Macadamia Oil help me keep the condition and I use Love the Planet for my skin. Nail Rocks are also a lot of fun or Art Deco nail varnish as its high quality and cruelty free.

Tell us a little about BM Beauty

It's my make-up range that I have developed with my friend and business partner Laura McComiskie. We have had so much fun developing a make-up brand that we love and hope that you will love too as it has something for everyone, with some amazing colour pallets! 

We're proud to say that our products have the stamp of approval from the BUAV and PETA and that it's cruelty free. The make-up range is also free from bismuth oxychloride, parabens, nano particles and synthetic dyes and fragrances. Our mineral foundations contain a natural anti-inflammatory which is great for spot prone skin. 

The new line is lightweight and allows your skin to breathe. You can create a flawless complexion without clogging pores and causing further breakouts. We also decided to ditch animal hair brushes in favour of super soft synthetic alternatives. It all helps to keep the karmic balance in check.

Why did you decide to launch your own range?

I have always loved make-up and really wanted to launch a collection with on-trend colours straight off the catwalks that was also natural and good for your skin. I am big pioneer for cruelty free cosmetics too so I really wanted to create a beautiful collection with good karma attached.

How do you maintain a healthy lifestyle with such a busy schedule?

I try to eat really healthy food, and get lots of sleep when I can. I also love to have a facial now and then. My favourite facial to date is the DermaQuest Enzyme Facial available at Destination Skin clinics! A long hot bubble bath is a definite winner for me too. www.destinationskin.co.uk

What are your upcoming plans?

I'm working on music, posting blogs on beautifulmovements.com every Saturday, finishing up the run of Revolution in the West End and developing many more fun projects!

Will you continue doing Got to Dance?

As long as they will have me back, I'm there. I love the show.

Are you good friends with the judges?

I love the other judges. We all have great fun together.

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