Emma Watson's love of ethical and eco-friendly products doesn't only apply to her wardrobe, but her make-up too. The Beauty and the Beast star has been educating fans about her sustainable style choices throughout the promotional tour for the film, and also revealed which beauty products she used to create her stunning look for a screening in London's Leicester Square on Thursday evening.
GALLERY: Emma Watson's ethical Beauty and the Beast press tour wardrobe - all the looks
Taking to her new Instagram account to share a photo of herself in her bespoke Emilia Wickstead gown, Emma gave a breakdown of the products she had used – and also why she supported those brands. To prep the skin, Emma started with de Mamiel Skin Dewy Facial Mist (£47), which she explains is "made from ingredients sourced and blended in the UK, in small batches to maintain the vitality of each natural ingredient".
CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY
Emma Watson revealed the beauty products she used ahead of the Beauty and the Beast screening
This was followed by repairative moisturiser from Tata Harper (£84), a brand that is "verified by PETA that neither the brand nor its ingredient suppliers conduct, commission, or pay for any tests on animals for ingredients, formulations, or finished products". Decléor Aromessence Neroli Hydrating Oil Serum (£46), was also applied to Emma's skin before her make-up. "Decléor serum is a blend of naturally derived ingredients such as neroli and sandalwood and free from mineral oils and parabens," Emma explained on Instagram.
STORY: Did you spot the Harry Potter reference in the new Beauty and the Beast clip?
Emma opted for a stripped-back make-up look to complement her elegant gown, and used Inika Organic BB cream (£23.38) as her base. The BB cream is "certified organic, vegan and not tested on animals," Emma said, while her RMS Beauty 'Un' Cover-Up concealer (£28) is made from organic coconut, jojoba and cacao oil and mineral colours.
The Harry Potter actress uses eco-friendly and natural beauty products
The 26-year-old added a pop of colour to her cheeks with Ilia multi-stick (£30) in A Fine Romance, while Inika's Mineral Mattifying Powder (£21) – blended from "silica, corn, tapioca and rice powders instead of talc" – completed the look.
Get more celebrity beauty news here.