Ever since their April 15 premiere, Netflix‘s Outer Banks has been a nationwide hit. They even took the #1 spot on the streaming service’s site this week! In light of how popular the show has been, we thought it would be fun to take a look at the girls’ beauty routines, including skin, hair, and makeup. Keep reading below to find out what Madelyn Cline, Madison Bailey, and Caroline Arapoglou use to get gorgeous skin, hair, and/or makeup!
Madelyn Cline is the definition of a California girl, even though she’s grown up in South Carolina her whole life! From the easy blonde hair to tan skin, it’s no wonder people have been wondering how she looks so effortless.
Madelyn’s actually revealed a few of her favorite products to fans over her Instagram. She’s said that she uses Neutrogena’s Rapid Clear Stubborn Acne Face Wash to keep any breakouts at bay, although when she’s not on set, she often gives her skin a break from makeup.
For her makeup, Madelyn – or Maddie, as her IG bio says – relies on a couple key things to keep her look up. She really likes to focus on her eyebrows, for which she fills in using both Lancome’s Sourcils Styler Brow Gel, and MILK Makeup’s Kush Fiber Brow Gel. Since Maddie has blonde hair, obviously she chooses the lighter end of the spectrum, but you can get a similar look to her by choosing one shade lighter than your hair; or, just match your hair for a classic look.
She’ll often use Maybelline’s Colossal Volume Mascara, which she’ll focus on her outer lashes to create a “winged” effect to your eyes, without having to use liner. Genius!
Madison Bailey is fresh faced and fabulous. Between her flawless skin and curls for days, it’s no surprise everyone’s amazed by how easy her look is.
Just like her co-star Madelyn, when she’s not working, Madison doesn’t really wear makeup to let her skin breathe. If she does decide to get dolled up though, she relies on a sharp winged liner, mascara, and sometimes, a little bit of sparkle or glow.
Her hair is arguably her most major feature though, as her curls are the definition of perfection. To achieve those bouncy ringlets, Madison’s routine is actually so easy, she made a TikTok out of it! She uses Miss Jessie’s Multicultural Curls (creme gel) and Jelly Soft Curls (classic gel) back-to-back all throughout her hair.
She applies them from root-to-tip, and then scrunches her hair upward using her hands, or her hair towel. Scrunching the hair upward discourages frizz while encouraging the natural curl pattern to take shape. Win-win!
Caroline Arapoglou’s look is kind of like beauty with an edge, as her pretty porcelian skin and ice blonde hair contrast each other nicely. She’s managed to maintain her look through a really concise mantra: “Keep it simple.”
She actually picked up some of her current skincare products while filming for Outer Banks. She uses an Atlanta-based expert’s cleanser – Atlanta Acne Specialists Ultra Gentle Face Wash – to clean her skin, followed by SK-II’s Facial Treatment Essence.
Elta MD’s Sunscreen and Glossier’s Future Dew finish up her morning routine. For night, she goes in with SkinCeuticals Hyaluronic Acid Intensifier, Bio-Oil Skincare Oil, and Fresh Lotus Youth Preserve Dream Night Cream.
If she does get a breakout, she relies on Mario Badescu’s Drying Lotion to take care of it. She and the rest of the Outer Banks cast actually indulged at a spa in Charleston, which is where she picked up the SkinCeuticals Hyaluronic Acid Intensifier!
To see Madelyn, Madison, and Caroline in action, stream the first season of Outer Banks on Netflix now.
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Kari Highman is a Beauty and Fashion Blogger at Feeling the Vibe Magazine. Otterbein Alum (2017) – English & Psychology. Always learning & creating. Avid fan of mid 2000’s TV & pop music. Comments or tips, email [email protected]