The Many Beauty Secrets of Melania Trump

In case you didn’t know, Melania Trump is the most beautiful woman in the world. Well, at least according to her husband, presidential hopeful Donald Trump. But being that gorgeous and living up to The Donald’s exacting taste in women isn’t something that just happens, it’s something that must be carefully cultivated and maintained. So when
GQ was granted an intimate, all-access interview with the designer and former model in which she reveals a handful of her beauty secrets, we sat up and took note.

And Melania dished out the helpful info right from the get-go, starting with her headshot that accompanies the piece. How does she get that inner glow? A diet consisting entirely of diamonds, of course:

Just be warned, you might not want to try this one unless you also happen to be married to a real estate tycoon.

As for her outward glow, you can save your skin from the ravages of aging by skipping out on late night affairs:

“She is a homebody. She’s rich, but not a socialite; she prefers family to the It set and retires early after events.”

Putting on a full face of makeup every day is a duty, not a privilege:

“At an age when her classmates were pimply, casual high schoolers, Melania was always perfectly made up, recalls Sedej. Foundation, mascara, blush, lip gloss, all in just the right, subtle amount. ‘Even in summertime,’ she says, ‘she was always perfect, every day.’”

She also does a light workout daily (surely with bronzer and lashes fully intact) and even finds time to eat a piece of fruit or two between all those diamonds:

“In New York, Melania lived a quiet, homebound life, taking assiduous care of her body: walks with ankle weights, seven pieces of fruit every day, diligently moisturizing her skin.”

But really, at the end of the day, there’s just no substitute for good genes, not even Botox:

“Again, Melania scoffs when I ask if she had had a breast augmentation. “I didn’t make any changes,” she says. ‘A lot of people say I am using all the procedures for my face. I didn’t do anything. I live a healthy life, I take care of my skin and my body. I’m against Botox, I’m against injections; I think it’s damaging your face, damaging your nerves. It’s all me. I will age gracefully, as my mom does.’”

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