Kelsey Wells On Her Skincare Routine, Working Out and Her Favourite Guilty Pleasure

BY Harper's BAZAAR Arabia / Jan 17 2020 / 12:46 PM

In town to fête the launch of Dubai Active, the 29-year old American trainer and founder of PWR Workout programs shares her health and wellness tips

Kelsey Wells On Her Skincare Routine, Working Out and Her Favourite Guilty Pleasure

MAKE-UP / FRAGRANCE

Foundation: NARS Natural Radiant Longwear (Dhs162)

Concealer: Tarte Shape Tape (Dhs40). Go-to lip colour: Any kind of clear gloss.

Mascara: Eyes to Kill by Giorgio Armani (Dhs210)

Bronzer: Too Faced Chocolate Soleil Matte Bronzer (Dhs75)

Current perfume: I’m torn between Light Blue by Dolce & Gabbana (Dhs470) and Pink Sugar by Aquolina (Dhs115). Pink Sugar smells like cotton candy and is the perfume I was wearing when I met my husband, so it always sparks happy memories.

NARS Natural Radiant Longwear, Dhs162

Tarte Shape Tape, Dhs40

Eyes to Kill by Giorgio Armani, Dhs210

Too Faced Chocolate Soleil Matte Bronzer, Dhs75

Light Blue by Dolce & Gabbana, Dhs470

Pink Sugar by Aquolina, Dhs115

HAIR

Hairstylist: I always go to Evan Stowers, the founder of Desert Lounge Salon in Utah.

Style secret: We always colour my roots a little bit darker than the rest of my hair to give the illusion that I’ve got highlights.

Bad hair day secret: If you’re having a bad hair day, always opt for a messy bun.

SKIN & BODY

Skincare routine: I do the same thing in the morning and the evening; it’s become a mindfulness routine for me where I practice self-love. I wash my face, then I use a serum, an eye cream and a moisturiser. 

Moisturiser: Utah is a very dry place, and I absolutely swear by heavy moisturising lotions; they’re great to combat dry weather. I use them all over my body every morning and every night.

Cleansers: I love any of the cleansers from a brand called Image Skincare. They takes make-up off really well.

INTERVENTION

Attitude to injectables: I truly believe that it’s your body and your choice. The core of what I do is to make women feel like fitness is not about aesthetics; we should exercise and go on a fitness journey to take care of our health – mental, emotional and physical.

DIET & FITNESS

Food intolerances: I have a life-threatening nut allergy… no biggie!

Go-to snack: Raw fruit and vegetables.

Workout method: I always train using my PWR Program. I created it to show women that you don’t have to spend hours in the gym to get the benefits of weight training. I also wanted to show that weight training isn’t just doable, it’s awesome and there are loads of benefits.

Guilty food pleasures: A warm glazed doughnut.

Beverage preference: I drink a lot of water, but I’m a coffee girl at heart. I love an iced latte when it’s hot.

Breakfast: I don’t like cooking, so my meals are pretty standard. For breakfast I have scrambled eggs with spinach and veggie sausages; then I usually have a protein bar as a mid-morning snack. After I work out I have a protein shake and for lunch I make what I call ‘everything bowls’, which are a mixture of all different veggies, quinoa and a protein. Then for dinner I usually make a nice hearty meal in a crockpot, like a chilli or a chicken-based dish.



From Harper's BAZAAR Arabia's January 2020 Issue