ITG’s Best Beauty Tips

Fun fact: ITG turned 5 (!!) this year. A little hard to believe, no? It’s exciting though, because in that time, hundreds of women (and men) have shared their beauty philosophies on the site. Some things, we’d never heard of before (who’d ever think to run Nivea through their hair?). Others were brilliant life hacks—like carrying around a full water bottle in your shoulder bag so that the discomfort will encourage you to stay properly hydrated. Altogether, talking to people about beauty while taking pictures of their medicine cabinets has proven a very useful hobby.

Since we couldn’t physically get every amazing, inspiring, and thoughtful person we’ve interviewed together for the grandest round table discussion maybe ever (fingers crossed for one day), we decided the next best thing to celebrate our upcoming anniversary would be to virtually present some of the best pieces of advice all in one place. We’ve combed through the archives, from Top Shelf to the #ITGTopShelfie and posted them here for your convenience. Plus, some of our favorites are from our community members hanging out in the comment section—please keep those coming below! And we’ll update this post as the advice keeps coming in.

So without any further ado, we present Tips: A Slideshow. Click your way through for a better beauty routine.

Photos by ITG. Post updated as of December 30, 2015. Read more of The Top Shelf and #ITGTopShelfie.

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Khloé Kardashian

“I love doing my makeup—mostly because I’m pretty good at it. What I can’t do is hair! [Laughs] So I like to have that done. One time I said to someone, ‘I have H and M tomorrow,’ and they were like ‘Why are you going to H&M?’ I thought everyone knew that H and M meant ‘hair and makeup,’ but then I realized it’s just us. I’ll be like ‘What time is glam?’ and people are like ‘What the fuck is glam?’

On my face, I always start with the Giorgio Armani Light Master Primer. When Joyce [Bonelli] does my makeup, she doesn’t use a primer. But personally, I like it. It just smooths you out and makes makeup go on so much easier. My favorite foundation is the Chanel Vitalumière Aqua in 60 Beige. It’s light, so I get it a few shades darker and apply it with a kabuki brush like a bronzer. I try not to pile a lot of product on my face, but I do have the Joe Blasco Ultrabase Foundation in case. It’s really heavy, but it’s great if you have a breakout or really dark circles. I think people even use it to cover up tattoos. It’s very thick makeup.

I’m really shiny but I love being matte—and maybe I’ll add on a little shimmer with the Urban Decay Naked Illuminated Powder in Aura or the Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed in Champagne Gold. But when my t-zone gets oily, I feel like it makes my face look dirty, so I’m powdering with Ben Nye Translucent Face Powder all the time. Even at a red light…definitely before I leave my car, too. I’m also very into putting sunscreen on my hands when I’m in the car—I don’t want to get sunspots. I keep a bottle of Lancôme’s formula in my glove box. I also like the Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Sunscreen because it doesn’t leave the film that others will, which greases up your car.

It’s crazy how many nude lip crayons I own—I probably need to get rid of some. This Kardashian Beauty Sheer Joy Tinted Lip Balm [ed note: discontinued] is one of our products we did as a limited edition for Christmas, and I love it. I’m going to be so pissed when it’s done—it’s like a stain, so I can even wear it to the gym. I’ve got a couple stored away, and I refuse to give them to anyone. [Laughs] Another really good nude for me is Tom Ford Lipstick in Sable Smoke and Spanish Pink.

I like Tom Ford and Make Up For Ever Rouge Artist Intense lipsticks. When I’m doing my own, I will just use Make Up For Ever. I like matte finishes, mostly. I normally like to do a lip pencil and then fill it in with the same pencil because it stays on all day, and you don’t have to reapply it. I love Make Up For Ever Aqua Lip Waterproof Lipliner Pencils. They literally do not move on your lips. I don’t know the names of the colors. There’s a nude one [ed note: Rosewood] that I use. I think I stole it from Joyce, and I was like, ‘I have to buy this.’ And when I went into Sephora, I saw all of their amazing colors and bought all of them.

Charlotte Tilbury is really great as well. Her lipsticks are good, but I love the Charlotte Tilbury Colour Chameleon in Bronzed Garnet. It’s eyeliner, but I just used it yesterday kind of as a shadow and smoothed it out with a shadow brush. My eyes are hazel-green. Then I use Lancôme Définicils for mascara. Anastasia makes the best eyebrow pencils. I always have Anastasia Beverly Hills Perfect Brow Pencil with me.

I’m like a connoisseur of dry shampoo, so I’m really picky. Jen [Atkin] will kill me, but one of my favorites is Pssst! When she’s not with me, I put it all in my hair even though it makes it look white. It doesn’t smell too good, so I also use the Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray. And I love our Take 2 Dry Conditioner, too—that’s why we made it. It smells really fresh and good. It’s different from a dry shampoo—it’s good when you have bigger, frizzier hair because it adds a sheen to it even though it’s not as heavy as an oil.

Every night, I wash my face with two different cleansers. One is the Kiehl’s Blue Herbal Gel Cleanser. It’s for breakouts because it’s just so intense. Then I use one that’s all-natural from my dermatologist, Dr. Christie Kidd. It’s really soft, and I use that to cleanse, too. I use either baby oil or coconut oil to take off my makeup before though. After that, I use La Mer’s Crème de La Mer every night and then lather my skin in Bio-Oil Specialist Moisturizer. Sometimes I combine the two to thin it out, but I tend to like a really heavy cream to sleep in.

Kourtney got me into all these Mama Mio products that are all natural—I think she used them when she was breast-feeding. Their names are really cute—there is one that’s called the Shrink to Fit Cellulite Smoother that I like. I use one of their other products called the Pregnancy Boob Tube every day. It’s got avocado oil and shea butter so when your boobs are growing you don’t get stretch marks. I like it though, because it tightens your neck, too. I’ve been using it everyday for a year. Now people always ask me, ‘Why do you have this?’ hinting as if I’m trying to have a baby, and I’m like, ‘No, no. It’s just because I fuckin’ like it’.”

—as told to ITG

Khloe Kardashian photographed at her home in LA by Emily Weiss.

Read more from Kim, Kourtney, and Kendall on ITG.

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Chloë Moretz Gets Ready for The Louis Vuitton Show With Mai Quynh

Dear ITG,

I’m writing you from Paris, where I just prepped Chloë Grace Moretz for the Louis Vuitton show. We’ve been working together since 2011—I did her makeup for a magazine cover shoot right after Kick Ass came out. She’s really fashion forward, which means we can be pretty creative with her looks, while still keeping her pretty and age-appropriate. Now that she’s 18, she has become more open to certain things—red lipstick especially!

Chloë has such an awesome face (those brows and lips are ridic!), I always feel like there are so many options for a look. For this show I chose to play in a softer nude palette because she was wearing these dark pants and a black leather jacket. I started by prepping her skin with Embryolisse Lait-Crème Concentré and La Mer Lip Balm. These two are staples in my kit. They work well on everyone because they’re very gentle and hydrating. Then I applied Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation in 5.75, using a damp Beauty Blender. Everyone needs to get this—it’s a game changer. I’ve tried every color, but I love the O.G. Pink one. The texture and coverage of the Armani foundation is perfect because it’s buildable, but I can also sheer it out for Chloë’s skin. On the apples of her cheeks, I layered Kevyn Aucoin The Creamy Glow blush in Pravella with Dolce & Gabbana The Blush Luminous Cheek Colour in Nude 10.

For her eyes I used Yves Saint Laurent Couture Palette in 03. I mixed the top two shades (gold and apricot) and applied it on the inner eyelid. Then I blended the light tan color into the crease of her eye and smudged the darkest shade along her upper-lash line. I finished the eyes by applying two coats of Clé de Peau Beauté Perfect Lash Mascara in Black—this one doesn’t weigh the lashes down or steal the curl away. I groomed her brows with Laura Mercier Brow Definer in Fair.

I usually have lipstick swatches on my hand to gauge how they’ll look. I decided to go with Charlotte Tilbury K.I.S.S.I.N.G Lipstick in Penelope Pink for the show, as it’s such a gorgeous color and the perfect shade to pull Chloë’s look all together. By the time I’m done, my makeup area is a total organized confusion. Though, trust me, I know where everything is—kinda sorta.


Mai Quynh (Starworks Artists) is a California-based makeup artist. Photos via Getty and Mai Quynh.

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Jaime King, Actress

“I’m from Omaha, Nebraska. I am an actor, a writer, a filmmaker, sort of a Jack of all trades. A Jill of all trades. I started out when I was 13. I was really obsessed with photography and interested in filmmaking so I went to a modeling school because I heard that, if you went to modeling school you would meet people from big cities. Then, in the early ‘90s, I met one of New York’s biggest modeling agents…and the rest was history!

When I was 14, my mom and I moved to New York for the summer—we didn’t know what we were doing but the agents were like, ‘She needs to come to New York and she needs to start test shooting.’ I immediately started working for Vogue and Bazaar, it all hit right off the bat. My first story was with Steven Klein for like the first issue of Visionaire. I felt like a baby…I remember on one shoot, they ordered sushi and I went to the bathroom and threw it all up because I wasn’t used to any food that wasn’t just meat and potatoes. At home, Chinese food from the mall was as exotic as we got.

I worked with just about everyone really early on…Nan, Herb Ritts, Peter Lindbergh, Richard Avedon. I miss all that, always shooting on film—now there’s monitors on set, everybody can see everything instantly. I really miss the mystery of like, that one magic moment. There is something very intimate about shooting on film, it’s just between you and the photographer. Now, everything is like ‘Oh, we’ll fix it in post!’ I fucking hate those words. I just want to be like, ‘Why don’t you fix it now and get it right?!’ Avedon would only shoot 10 pictures. He would have an 8×10 and you would stand there, pose, he would shoot. It was different.

When I started acting, people thought I was insane because I was at the top of my modeling career, had a ton of contracts and campaigns. But I literally just quit. I had to study really hard for acting, and I worked with the best teachers. I did Blow with Johnny Depp and Penelope Cruz and then Pearl Harbor. Around then is when it started to trend for Michael Bay to cast models as his leads. But, at that time, I didn’t even know who Michael Bay was!

I’ve always been obsessed with fashion, I think that came from having to shop at Goodwill and learning how to make something look cool with no money. And my mother was a seamstress so she’d make a lot of my clothes. I always had a very sort of eclectic sense of style and, when I was a kid, people made fun of me for it but, as I became an adult, I became sort of heralded for that. And I was lucky, I got to work very closely with people like Karl Lagerfeld and Alexander McQueen—those people showed me the difference between an inch here, a millimeter there. And they taught me manners! Alexander McQueen was the one that taught me how to properly drink tea. In the Midwest, we didn’t really drink tea, but he was the one who told me how to put the milk in! I knew of like, Lipton tea but I didn’t know that you put milk in regular tea!

I remember, at one point, my agents told me that I had to not dress the way that I normally dress because I was coming off as too sophisticated and avant-garde. I was like, ‘What the fuck does that mean? I’m wearing a Louis Vuitton blazer and skirt. I look like Grace Kelly. If you go to an audition you should look like a movie star. And I’m not going to go into my auditions wearing flip-flops and ripped jeans. I’m not going to do it.’ I think it’s very important how you carry yourself and how you present yourself because it shows people that you care. And when you’re sloppy and act like you don’t care people feel that energy. And they feel like that you didn’t take the time for them.

My approach to skincare is to always wash your face before bed, even if you don’t want to. Don’t be lazy. I don’t care how tired you are or how long your day has been. I don’t care what you’ve consumed that evening—just do it. I use Essential Herbology, which is like a salve. I love salves because they can remove eye makeup without you having to rub your eyes very hard. I also love the Koh Gen Do Cleansing Water for my eye makeup remover. Literally it’s just two swipes and then off.

I always exfoliate three or four times a week—I love Kate Somerville’s ExfoliKate and La Prairie Cellular Hydralift Firming Mask that you put on for three minutes. Or you can make your own with sugar and olive oil…everything that’s expensive, you can basically make on your own.

For moisturizer, I obviously love La Mer Soft Cream. The old La Mer was so thick, but the Soft Cream is perfect for me because it’s super hydrating and I have really dry skin. It’s really luxurious and I love how it smells, but everybody’s skin is different and it’s so expensive…I really believe in using products on both ends of the spectrum. There’s also a really great cream by Alba Botanicals for your face that you can get at Whole Foods. That’s really fantastic. I also love the Oriental Plants Cream by Koh Gen Do and I love any of the La Prairie creams—my favorite is the Caviar Mask.

I love Le Labo Santal 26 and the body wash from Alba Botanicals that smells of rose. I buy a big ass tub of Tuberose bath and shower gel. Then, the best stuff ever is Jergen’s BB Body Perfecting Skin Cream. It’s the best in medium-deep skin tones and it smells so good. But I also love La Mer’s Reparative Body Lotion.

Naturally, my hair is a dirty blond but I love super blond hair, like white blond. But, because of the series I’ve been filming, I haven’t been able to go crazy. I don’t really do anything with my hair…I only wash it once a week. I love Oribe’s Signature Shampoo and Conditioner because it doesn’t feel like it’s weighing your hair down and then I don’t put much in it, but I also love Phytovolume Volumizing Shampoo. Then, if I need to freshen up, I use some Klorane Dry Shampoo. And I love their hair mask, too.

When it comes to beauty, I’ve learned so many things from so many people. I’m not into the whole dewy look—I always do highlighting and contouring that I learned from the amazing Wendy Rowe. I use a light Koh Gen Do Concealer down my nose, above my brows and under my eyes and then just spread it all the way out to my temples. Then, I put it on the bow of my lip, on my cheeks and under each nostril, and blend it all together. You look crazy when you first do it, like you’re wearing a mask! But it highlights certain areas and sculpts your natural features. I also love YSL Touche Éclat for the same thing but, if I really need to pull out the big guns, then I use Clé de Peau. It’s thicker and dryer, so I try not to use so much other than for spot corrections. Then, a product that works really well for the other side of the contour is Benefit’s Hoola or MAC’s Sculpting Palette in Bone Beige, or I love Tom Ford’s Shade & Illuminate, but I usually just use this cheap powder I got at the beauty store. The color is literally just called Brown! For foundations, I just mix them all together—I like to combine Laura Mercier with Chanel to make the perfect texture.

Then, Bobbi Brown and Chanel make really beautiful blushes that you can then you add on top. Like, on the apples of your cheeks and up to the base of your eyes…I like to sweep upwards with a shimmery kind of blush and Bobbi Brown Shimmer Bricks are great because you can also turn them into eye shadows. I love anything that you can use for multiple things—I’m all about the practicality of being able to use one product on your lips, your cheeks and your eyes. Nars Orgasm is still always a good one, and Butter London makes some of my favorite cream blushes right now—I love Abbey Rose Cheeky Cream Blush. And I also love NYX’s Highlight and Contour Powder. For lips, I love Burberry Lip Velvet in Military Red, MAC’s Matte Lipstick in Runner, Tom Ford Flame and Laura Mercier’s Rouge Sexy. Or Burberry’s Lip Cover in Tulip Pink is so pretty. And Dior makes the best gloss.

On my eyes, I always start with a pale colored base, like a creamy white or a shimmer, something like Burberry’s Sheer Eyeshadow in Pearl White. And RMS has a white Eye Polish that’s really great. I have a lot of Burberry stuff because Wendy Rowe designs the colors and she’s phenomenal. Urban Decay’s Naked Palette is another one of my favorites—the Naked 1 has every color that you could possibly need, and I think that’s really important that women just have something very easy that they can go to and have it all. I also love eye colors like Chanel’s Illusion D’Ombre in Emerveille, or the mauve or blue shade that they do, and Maybelline’s Eye Studio in Green With Envy. Plus, I still love Avon because, growing up in Omaha, if you had Avon then it was a really big deal. So I just got this awesome Eye Dream of Glam Ultimate Eye Shadow Palette that I ordered—I really like to do the blue around my eyes, like a whole ’60s situation. Finally, I’m obsessed with Urban Decay 24-7 Liner Pencils because they stay, stay, stay. And my absolute favorite mascara is Kevyn Aucoin’s The Volume Mascara. It coats your lashes and then, when you apply water to remove it, it kind of peels off. It’s genius.”

—as told to ITG

Jaime King photographed by Emily Weiss in Los Angeles on December 8, 2014. Jaime is currently starring in The CW’s Hart of Dixie. Read more of The Top Shelf here.

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Lindsay Lohan

“My earliest beauty memory is of Chanel No. 5 because I always think back to that Marilyn Monroe interview when they asked her what she slept in and she said ‘Chanel No. 5.’ And so whenever I think beauty, I think Chanel. But I’m not tied to one brand—I’ve been getting my makeup done since I was a kid modeling with Ford, so I’ve been picking up tricks and discovering new products all along the way.

On a normal day, I start with a shower. I like Dove Body Wash—it’s easy and simple, there’s nothing bad added to it. I also use baby oil, which I like to put on at the end. Then I always use the Skyn Hydro Cool Firming Eye Gels for de-puffing. It just feels refreshing in the morning. Sometimes I like wearing the SK-II Facial Treatment Masks, which look really creepy. Arcona Triad Pads are my favorite for cleansing. The smell is really good and it works like an exfoliator, too. And then I rinse with cold water.

I moisturize with La Mer, or I’ll go lighter and use Avéne Hydrance Optimale Light Hydrating Cream. If I don’t use La Mer, then I use Carol Joy Forevermore Serum. It’s pricey, but it’s really good. They use this golden millet oil in their products and I’m really big on that—it just feels so nice on the skin. La Prairie does one that uses actual gold and one that’s platinum. They’re so pretty and feel so nice, but, again, super expensive. My friend from Dubai told me about Astral Cream, which is amazing. A lot of my friends from Riad use it, actually. It’s good because it’s like La Mer, but there’s not as much fragrance in it and it shines your skin. It’s cheap, but I think it’s better! People don’t realize that even some of the best wines are the cheaper ones.

The Mario Badescu Drying Lotion is really good for a spot, or Tazorac, but that you have to get at the dermatologist. I freak out when I get any blemishes and I’ll pick my face—I’m so, so bad about that. The Tazorac almost works as a concealer in a way because it mattifies. I wouldn’t say that I have acne-prone skin, though—it’s normal-to-dry—especially dry if I’m traveling and not drinking enough water. I forget about that…water is so boring.

As a kid I used to hate my freckles and would always cover them. I don’t really feel that way now, and they’ve faded so much anyway that it’s not at the front of my mind. Now I mix the Laura Mercier Primer with Make Up For Ever’s HD Invisible Cover Foundation, which is really thin and light, or their tinted moisturizer. I use Nars Contour Blush or Kevyn Aucoin Sculpting Powder for contouring. For some sheen I use Charlotte Tilbury Highlight powder—I like her mascara as well. Or Givenchy Phenomen’Eyes, the small one with the little round brush.

I won’t do the same thing every time, but one thing that’s pretty constant is that I use a lot of Nars and MAC, especially for eyeshadows. The Portobello Duo by Nars is good, and the red one that I use—Persia. I like Bali, which is on the greyish side, for a little contour. If I use any eyeliner, it’s the MAC Eye Kohl, just inside up top. If I’m going out I will do false lashes—a half lash, I never do full. Or I’ll do more eye makeup, and just darken it a little. Laura Mercier Caviar Stick Eye Color I love because it’s iridescent and changes color a little. There’s a white one a blue one and a pink one—the white I just use on the insides of my eyes to brighten.

I prefer cream blushes—MAC Crémeblend Blush in So Sweet, So Easy is good. I like Hoola bronzer by Benefit, and the Charlotte Tilbury highlighter, but otherwise too many powders leave me feeling cakey. Nars Blush in Sex Fantasy is a powder, but I put it on my eyes. If I have a spray tan I won’t really put anything on except for MAC Pro Longwear Concealer to touch up and YSL Touche Éclat for under-eye. I usually let my makeup artist, Thom Walker, do anything major to my brows, but if I’m left to my own devices I just do the clear Brow Seal from Make Up For Ever or Anastasia Brow Fix.

I love working with new people, meeting different makeup artists and seeing what they have. I’ve picked up how to contour from my makeup artist in New York, Kristofer Buckle. He’s the best—I’ve known him since I was a kid. And Thom does great eye makeup, so I always try to watch. I don’t like them really heavy, but it depends on the shoot. Thom was the one who introduced me to my favorite lipstick—a pink from Topshop called Pillow Talk. I also use the Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution Lipstick in Lost Cherry. This I love—Kevyn Aucoin Duo 2 Palette. I’ve had it forever. And then Dior Addict Lip Maximizer in 001.

I hate sitting through manicures—it’s therapeutic for me to put it on myself, like an exercise in patience. There was a whole ritual when I was doing the play—I’d go to my dressing room to be alone and sit on the floor at the mirror and start my nails and makeup. There’s something very calming about it. Chloe Nails, here in Chelsea, is really good too. They’re sweet and they’re quick. I either like red or nude polishes. I’ve gone through the crazy nails phase, with the fake nails and all that shit, which I can’t do anymore. I’m past it, I like something more natural now.

Out of all of the hair colors I’ve tried, red or blonde are the ones I like most. I’m trying to get it back to my natural color now—I haven’t dyed it in a really long time. I’m naturally a little bit darker, but if I’m in saltwater and hanging out in the sun my hair gets so light, like strawberry blonde. I like Carol Joy Shampoo for Definition & Shine and I love Kérastase, which I’ve used since I was a kid. I used to steal it from my mom, and I literally wouldn’t go anywhere without it. I love that they make travel sizes now. Oleo-Relax is timeless, and their pink line—Chroma Captive—is good for when you get color. Oh, and L’anza Keratin Healing Oil is good stuff. Really good—just use it on the ends to seal them up.

Gucci Guilty is one of my favorite fragrances, along with Daphne by Daphne Guinness X Comme des Garçons—I have to get a new one of those. Then I have Paco Rabanne 1 Million, Tom Ford Black Orchid, and I have something new by Saint Laurent that’s good. I mix, like, 10 at a time. I like men’s, too—Bleu De Chanel, Costume National Homme… Sometimes I mix fragrance oils and put it in the ends in my hair so the smell stays with me. If I wear black, I’ll put perfume all over my clothes.

When I’m in LA, I always go to Arcona for facials. I wish I had one here in London. It scares me to jump around from spa to spa because if they don’t know your skin, they can go either way. I usually get acupuncture several times a week in New York with my girl Lisa Ripi, so I have to find someone here. But Lisa’s the best and I’ve known her forever—she does the Jets as well. Acupuncture helps release tension. It’s similar to a massage in that way, but I feel like massaging just moves the tension around whereas acupuncture gets it out. My back gets so tight sometimes from stress that the needle bends—Lisa says I’m worse than some of the football players!

I practice Naam yoga. It’s fun, it’s not boring yoga—you’re almost dancing. Some of the movements involve a face thing, which has beauty benefits, but it’s mostly spiritual. I meditate when I shower and I do certain little prayers. I don’t take baths…I filled the tub once, but never used it. I think baths are gross—you’re sitting in your own filth! Though there was a time when I was living in New York and I would take baths, light candles and incense, and do the whole thing. I love Nag Champa incense and Diptyque Tubereuse and Ambre. I light sage if there’s someone that comes over that makes me feel like I need to cleanse the house—I’m serious. I sage people out! During Speed-the-Plow, I went to everyone’s dressing rooms and did it.

I do kickboxing for exercise and I love to run through the park. Then I do obliques and other ab work. I use this app called Round Timer with my trainer, which is a set of four movements for 20 seconds with 10 seconds of rest between. You really don’t feel it because it’s so easy, but I was looking at myself the other day and I realized that I’m starting to really change. It’s so cool! I said to him, ‘It’s pink! I like that.’

Everyone should try S Factor. It’s almost like erotic yoga—all these women in a dark room doing really sexy movements. It’s very sexual, and there are poles involved, but it’s good for you and it builds confidence and makes you think differently about how you treat your body. And you sweat so much, it’s so good. The class starts with yoga, and then some stretching that feels like Pilates. Then everyone starts to move around the room really slow and really sensual. It’s beautiful to watch. And in the second hour you’ll do a routine at the pole. But I’m always scared to do that! I did it when I was first taking the class but now I’m like, ‘OK, I’ll leave now.’ It’s fun. And you wear layers of sweats that you strip off. I’ll be honest—it’s really hard, but you feel so good after. My body was the best it’s ever been.”

—as told to ITG

Lindsay Lohan photographed by Olivia Richardson in her home in London. Interview by Olivia J. Singer. Read more of The Top Shelf here.

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