December 7, 2021

Watch Watch Debby Ryan’s Guide to Depuffing Skin Care and Day-to-Night Makeup | Beauty Secrets

[soft music] What’s up? My name is Debby Ryan and this is my skincare and…

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What’s up?

My name is Debby Ryan

and this is my skincare and beauty routine,

whether I’m traveling or at home.

These little stickers which are fun to wear

out during the day,

but also cute if you have little breakouts.

I start by clearing my skin.

Taking a washcloth and wetting a corner,

and wetting my face,

and then I use this cleanser.

This is how much I use, like the tiniest baby amount.

I like to use my hands

for basically my entire beauty routine.

So I always start by washing my hands or cleansing my hands.

Cold hands, I think, is really nice to sort of depuff

if you ever wake up with inflammation or whatever.

So now we’ve rinsed and we can just rotate 90 degrees.

Use the dry corner.

Potion time.

I like the ones

that are a little bit more clarifying or brightening.

Every once in a while I’ll use witch hazel,

just available at your local pharmacy

and just put a few drops sort of on my fingers

or on the corner.

And I like to just put these on like my nose,

where it can become quite congested.

My face just really freaked out actually later in my teens.

You know, when you’re a teenager,

it’s spotty and then I was wearing makeup and under lights,

and I decided to educate myself as much as possible

on what worked for me

and it’s so different for everyone

and so personal for everyone,

but it’s been a really nice ride to sort of mix and match

and create this beautiful menagerie of pieces

that I can pull from and integrate

depending on what my skincare needs

and what my lifestyle indicates at the time.

I believe that good skin and beauty

is about like five things.

It’s about rituals and not miracles,

gratitude and letting go of resentment,

drinking a lot of water and staying hydrated,

getting a lot of sleep,

and finding what works for you.

This I’ve been using.

I love these little droppers.

They make me feel like an alchemist.

They make me feel like I’m doing real chemistry.

My husband has heard me talk

about all sorts of interesting discoveries about skincare,

and he’s already a very hygienic person.

It was a huge selling point for me

to the point where like he showers more often than I do.

Is that you have too much information?

This is where we bring out our power tools.

This is a power tool.

This is an analog tool.

I was shooting a movie in Italy,

and Aubrey Plaza and I were like sitting in her hotel room

doing skincare and she had these

two sort of like face stimulating wand things,

and we were both just like sort of zoning out doing it.

And then I gave it back

and she was like, No, I want you to keep that

so now we have like friendship face things.

This is a SolaWave.

I think it has ultra-something red light.

Mostly, I like to just depuff with it.

People love a Gua Sha

and it has a different sort of angles,

but whatever you’ve put on under it

should allow it to sort of smooth across your face

and glide.

So one of the first places

that I think can sort of show lines,

especially as someone I love to laugh,

it shows up here for my family.

It shows up here and here.

So we can do a little bit of eye cream.

This is Youth to the People. They’re vegan.

This is a really thick eye cream.

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A couple of women that I know

created this line called Dieux.

Dieux makes re-usable eye masks.

These guys you can use with whatever eye cream

or eye serum that you normally do.

So you don’t have to be getting a bunch of new things.

It’s not ending up in landfills or whatever.

These are things that I will bring to set

and they just sort of adhere naturally.

While these are on locking in the moisture under my eyes,

this is the Globe by Sundree.

I’m obsessed with it. I keep it in my fridge.

I didn’t grow up with a lot of access

to the conversations around beauty.

It wasn’t really something that I thought about.

But my mom is very

sort of earthy and incredibly resourceful.

And so I just remember as a kid, as a teen,

and as a young woman with her,

if our hair was sort of dry

because we were running around in the sun,

she would like leave olive oil in

and put it in like a shower cap

and we would just do olive oil treatments.

It’s a cool tool to have

to be able to do whatever you need

based off of what’s in your pantry.

I think the biggest lesson that I’ve learned

is the emphasis on skincare, the emphasis on drinking water,

the emphasis on getting some rest and educating yourself

allows it so that by the time you get to a point

before you’ve even put on makeup,

so much of the work is done for you

and then you can really highlight and emphasize

the few things that you think are great

and that are really outstanding

and that you want to play up or allow them to shine.

We’re gonna take these off.

Tatcha water cream.

And then you can just get a little bit.

I think things like this

are best applied with your fingertips

because just sort of allows it to warm up

to your like body temperature, your face temperature,

and then allows you to really melt into the skin

and get deeper in there.

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So I don’t like to wear a lot of foundation.

It’s definitely because I started wearing makeup on set

from a younger age.

So a thin moisturizer underneath and then

this.

What I love about it is it’s SPF 30.

So the SPF that I used to put on just as SPF,

it’s the same amount as this,

but this also, it sort of blurs and reflects the light

in a really nice way.

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And something that I’ve become quite fond of

as a tool that I always keep in my toiletry bag

is the hotel toothbrush.

So this one is like this.

Got2B creates a spiking glue.

That stuff, spiking glue, for short little spiky haircuts,

happens to be the perfect texture

to put on a hotel toothbrush and

flick up your brows.

I like to come from the opposite side.

So for my left, I like to use my right hand

and sort of pull it towards the center

to really get her vertical

and then I come from the left side on the right brow.

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I try to avoid doing too much from them.

We all over tweezed.

And if you are blessed enough that they grew back,

which fortunately, I rehabbed mine back onto my face,

and now I’m gonna keep it minimum.

I think being an actor,

you have to be pretty neutral, right?

You have to be able to sort of serve the story

and the timeline and the environment.

And so a lot of the things

that I do to my face aren’t permanent

because I like being able to not only adapt

as different sort of trends and things happen,

but also as different roles come up,

be able to embody those skills.

So I first learned to do makeup

in the passenger seat of the car

when my mom would drive me to auditions

and 15 years later, have married a touring musician,

and so I can also do it on a moving bus, on a plane,

in an airplane bathroom.

I can do it in a car on the way to a red carpet.

I’m not into full coverage. I like it looking like skin.

I like seeing some like freckles

and some redness and some imperfections.

So I’ll use a foundation that sort of is like sheer.

Truly, that much.

This is not gonna surprise you.

Fingers.

I normally just do it really like sort of under my eyes

because I don’t sleep at night.

I have some redness here and some dryness here right now.

I like just putting vitamin E oil on my lips

or whatever lip balm you use

and then just sort of outlining with the washcloth.

If I have three pieces of makeup with me,

this is one of them.

It’s a like cheek tint.

I think it’s always nice to just feel your cheekbone

and then just follow that.

Just, you know, bring some dimension to your face.

Maybe you use your pinky for your brow bone.

You can also put it under your eyes.

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Lush, the brand that has like bath bombs,

has this like tint stuff that has some gold in it.

I don’t know if you’re meant to put it on your face,

but it hasn’t made me break out.

So I’ll just tap it on some of those places,

I’ll tap it on the inner corner

or maybe even on the globe of the lid.

And it just grabs some sort of glowing

and catches the light in a way that’s pretty.

And again, sort of just blurring.

So this is what I use every day

and I usually just use it on the outer corner.

I’ll go like underneath

and sort of fan it out instead of up.

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When I was shooting the movie Night Teeth

in which I play a vampire,

I knew that I could get away with wearing burgundy eyeliner

and maroon eyeliner and burgundy mascara,

and then one of the last scenes we shot

was a pivotal scene in which I become really emotional.

As that’s happening, I begin to cry,

and afterwards I realized that

when you cry with burgundy mascara and crimson eyeliner on

that it looks like you’re crying blood,

which is I wish I could say was a character choice

for playing a vampire,

but truly, it’s also a sweet flex on your enemies.

I love this balm.

It’s really pretty, iridescent thing.

And I just like put it on my lips

and try and keep balm or something moisturizing on my lips

all throughout the day.

And then that’s it.

This is how I would normally sort of go out into the world

and be a person.

However, my husband who, there’s no better way to say it,

is an international rockstar has a show tonight.

And so I want to go to that show

and I want to scream my face off.

So this is how I amp it up.

We take it from day to night.

Also, even with the smokey eye,

I start like at the edge of the colored part of my eye.

I will smudge a little bit of brown or whatever eyeliner,

and then I’ll sort of blow it out.

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This Victoria Beckham goldy color I quite like

and put it under.

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Smudge.

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Once I’ve smudged that out properly

and done the same on the top with the other color,

I will sharpen it and shape it the way

that I want it to, like so,

and then the extra that’s on the little blurry thing,

I’ll just smudge onto my eye in that like twiggy shape.

So now it looks like I have a smokey eye on

and I’m not even wearing eyeshadow.

I like to keep the lid light

because I think that it adds dimension and pops it forward.

Another trick that I like to do for that

is to take a white eyeliner.

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So this is just the Armani concealer.

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So I don’t wear blush for the shows

because I dance a lot and my face naturally blushes,

but this highlighter has some pink in it.

It catches the light in a really pretty way.

Straight on. Dab.

Perfect. Easy.

I’ll do one more coat of mascara this time

on the bottom as well

to emphasize what’s going on over there.

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It’s a great nude-ish, pinkish liner.

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One of the things that I love is just a little bit of shine.

I got a packet of Swarovski crystals.

I’ll carry lash glue and I will put one

sort of right under my eyes.

Depending on how close you’ve put it to the lash line,

it can look like you sort of are crying,

which very heavenly bodies,

very sort of like visible tear.

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Okay.

It’s nice to sort of start the night

with your hair polished.

So for me, the best thing to do

is put a little bit of coconut oil in it

or whatever sort of moisturizes it.

Grab it.

Sweep it back.

My friend, Kristin Ess, created these French pins at Target

and I’m obsessed with them.

And this is what we got going on.

That’s absolutely the most and the least

that’s sort of on average goes into my routine,

getting ready for anything life has for me.

And tonight it’s a show.

So if you’ll excuse me,

my favorite band is about to go play some music

and I’m about to go scream my face off.

Have a good day.

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