Boasting 1.3 million followers on Instagram alone, it’s hard to believe that the stunning Charlotte McKinney was once bullied for her looks! So much so, in fact, she had to quit high school. Nowadays, the 24-year-old has certainly come into her own — and then some.
Between snagging film roles in major Hollywood productions like Baywatch, landing brand deals with the likes of Guess and Kensie, and gracing the covers of magazines like GQ Mexico, Charlotte is truly a force to be reckoned with. She's a triple threat, if you will: She has brains, beauty, and is business savvy!
Question is, how does the Florida native manage to look flawless all year long? Surely she has to have a killer beauty regime, right? Well, as it turns out, she does! Fortunately, the blonde bombshell was kind enough to share some of it exclusively with Life & Style. Check out Charlotte's top five tips for staying bikini ready all year long below.
1. Keep it au naturel
"Shiseido Synchro Skin Tinted Gel Cream SPF 30 is the perfect natural finish cream for my skin. It gives me that golden glow all year round with SPF."
2. Commitment-phobe, who?
"Finding the time to work out is really important for me. I build into my schedule the week ahead and try not to skip on the commitment. I mix it up between Hot 8 Yoga, Barrys Bootcamp, and F45 Training."
3. Anti-aging has no age limit
"Dr. Barbara Sturm Anti-Aging Body Cream really makes a difference with my skin. I find it at Violet Grey on Melrose Place in Los Angeles and I use it all over, all year round. I highly recommend it!"
4. Crash-diets, be gone!
"I found maintaining a balanced meal plan year round has been extremely beneficial for me. The days of crash-dieting are well and truly over! It’s easier than ever to eat clean, thanks to delivery meal plans and services like Sakara Life."
5. Spray to perfection
"I’m extremely cautious about my skin and sun protection, which is why sunscreen is so important to me. My way to solve the summer glow look is that I have a natural base spray tan once a week at my home."