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It won't, nor should it shock you, that Gwyneth Paltrow spends a lot of money on beauty. Not only is she professionally beautiful, but she also is a professional maker of beauty products, thanks to her new Goop skincare line.
But in a breakdown of her beauty routine with Into the Gloss this morning, Gwyneth revealed a more textured insight into where all that money goes, exactly. By adding up the costs of each product she mentioned, we've found the precise percentage of how much she spends on skincare, makeup, hair, and body, respectively. Below, every product, its cost, and finally, a helpful pie chart to compare.
The most shocking conclusion? You, mere normie, might spend more on makeup than Gwyneth Paltrow does. Also revealed in the interview: she's not about That Wet Look, and instead favors a "dewy" but emphatically not wet look.
Total Beauty Cost: $1,652
Goop Revitalizing Day Moisturizer: $100
Coola sunscreen: $32
Goop Luminous Melting Cleansing balm: $90
Goop Exfoliating Instant Facial: $125
May Lindstrom Blue Cocoon Skin: $160
Goop Replenishing Night Cream: $140
Goop Perfecting Eye Cream: $90
Total Skincare Cost: $737
Juice Beauty Illuminating Primer: $36
Juice Beauty Serum Foundation: $42
Beauty Blender tool: $25
Tata Harper's Lip and Cheek Tint: $36
Juice Beauty Lash Defining Mascara: $19
Olio E Osso Lip and Cheek Balm: $28
Total Makeup Cost: $186
Shy Uemura Ultimate Remedy Shampoo and Conditioner: $174
Orofluido Beauty Elixir oil: $23
Rodin by Recine Luxury Hair Oil: $70
Harry Josh Ceramic Styling Iron: $200
Total Hair Cost: $467
Organic Pharmacy's Cleopatra's Body Scrub: $82
Shiva Rose Sea Siren Body Scrub: $65
Ila Essential Oils: $50
Tammy Fender Bulgarian Lavender Body Oil: $65