Kate Moss "doesn't always listen" to Naomi Campbell's beauty advice.
The British supermodels have been friends since they met on a shoot in Los Angeles in 1992, when they were teenagers rising up the ranks of the fashion world, and Moss has now revealed that her pal always likes to dish out beauty and make-up advice, but she doesn't always take it.
"Naomi Campbell is always telling me where to go for good treatments. She gives me make-up tips too, but to be honest, I don't always listen," she told Stylist magazine. "When I was younger, I wore a lot of black eyeliner and she was always like, 'Take it off, take it off,' but I loved it too much."
The 45-year-old has undoubtedly learned countless beauty tips and tricks during her career in the modelling industry. However, she doesn't feel the need to share them with her 16-year-old daughter Lila Grace, because she's an expert with make-up already.
"I don't dare give my daughter Lila Grace advice, but I love watching her do her make-up. She knows how to use gloss and highlighters. Sometimes I think, 'How has she done that?' It never looks the same on me," Moss added.
She also wouldn't offer recommendations to her younger sister Lottie, as the 21-year-old model is completely different to her and "she has a really good look going on".
Elsewhere in the interview, the fashion star shared that make-up artist Charlotte Tilbury got her into sheet masks, which she uses on relaxing Sundays while watching TV, and beauty expert Val Garland showed her the benefits of a jade roller.
"Val Garland always uses a jade roller on me and it really works. I use it to de-puff and for its lymphatic drainage properties. I take so much more care with my skincare these days," she commented.
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