Harper’s Bazaar: Are you a minimalist or a maximalist when it comes to your beauty routine?
Radhika Apte: I am definitely a minimalist. I drink a lot of water, get enough sleep, and moisturize twice a day. I also ensure I take off all my make-up before going to bed. And, I remember to stay happy!
HB: You are Clinique’s first Indian brand ambassador. How has the journey been?
RA: The last two years with the Clinique India family have been wonderful. The beauty brand has always advocated empowering women with the knowledge that good skin can be achieved. This truth resonates with me as I, too, believe in being natural, real, and authentic in everything that I do, from my skin to my life choices.
HB: How has Clinique’s new launch, the Moisture Surge variant, affected your skin?
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AT THE MUSEUM
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