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How to get pop princess Sabrina Carpenter’s iconic hair with a £4 Superdrug buy & the dry shampoo she can’t live without

FROM her catchy songs, to her effortless style, and her gorgeous bangs to boyfriend Barry Keoghan.

When it comes to pop’s prettiest princess Sabrina Carpenter, fans are desperate to know everything about the 25-year-old singer.


Sabrina Carpenter has quickly hit the top spot thanks to her catchy tunes and effortless style[/caption]


But just how does she keep her make-up and hair in place when she performs on stage[/caption]


She’s known for her dewy, glowing skin and her pink pout[/caption]

And that includes how she always seems to look flawless at every single event.

“Sabrina is very hands on with how she wants to look,” her hairstylist Scott King told Entertainment Tonight previously.

“She’s very specific about what she wants, which I personally love. …

“We always create a mood board and share pictures with each other and discuss the vibe we are going for.”

The usual inspiration is Brigitte Bardot, with Scott adding: “We just love a fluffy blowout!”

How to get Sabrina’s iconic bouncy curls

Even when Sabrina’s performing her iconic cutesy dance routine, her pretty hair – with those infamous bangs – barely moves.

Scott swears by using Joico’s Flip Turn Volumising Finishing Spray and the Joico Power Spray Fast Dry Finishing Spray to keep Sabrina’s fringe in place throughout her performances.

Avoid touching your hair throughout the day to keep your style in place for longer.

Anabel Kingsley

Anabel Kingsley, Brand President & Trichologist at Philip Kingsley also recommended other products to use to get the look at home, including the Maximizer Root Boosting Spray – which is heat activated and brilliant for creating volume.

To give some shine, Anabel recommends using the Finishing Touch Frizz Fighting Gloss.

And with the bangs, Anabel is well aware that they probably need “repeat styling” to stay looking good all day, so a heat protector “is essential”.

“The Bond Builder Split End Remedy not only temporarily seals split ends for sharper, smoother ends, but also heat protects!” she added.

Sabrina also loves a roller – you can pick up a pack of six medium velcro ones for just £4 in Superdrug.

Maintaining a style such as flicked ends, bouncy curls and curtain bangs can be time-consuming, but Anabel has some suggestions on how to extend the life of your look.

“Start with clean hair and use heat protectant,” she said.

“You need to avoid touching your hair, and once you’ve finished your style, set with hairspray and use serums to tame flyaways”.

Having regular trims could keep split ends at bay, and you can even use a split-end remedy treatment in between haircuts.

It’s also a good idea to use a leave-in conditioner with detangling properties.

While dry shampoo can be a brilliant shout if you want to keep your look fresh for more than one day – or if it needs a refresh halfway through.

Sabrina’s favourite is Hairstory’s Powder dry shampoo, which is priced at £37.05 a bottle, with Scott saying it’s brilliant at “keeping the hair full of body and volume throughout the show”.

But you can get the same effect on a budget with L’Oréal Paris Elvive Dream Lengths Air Volume Cleansing Dry Shampoo, at a much more reasonable £4.99.


Make-up artist Hayley suggested applying foundation with a damp beauty blender to enhance the brightness of the look[/caption]

Sabrina’s eye-popping make-up trick

When it comes to her make-up, Sabrina cleverly enhances her stunning blue eyes with her cosmetic choices.

“Sabrina’s eyeshadow palette typically features warm, natural tones that complement her eyes,” Hayley Walker, MUA and beauty expert at Justmylook, said.

“Shades like champagne, taupe, and natural peachy warm nudes add a touch of glamour while maintaining a natural look.

“She focuses on creating a soft, blended effect that enhances her eyes without overpowering them, achieving a polished yet natural appearance.

I just have always, always loved her lip liners, her lipsticks.

Sabrina Carpenter on Charlotte Tilbury

“A nude eyeshadow palette is a staple in any make-up collection.

The Essence The Nude Edition 9 Colour Eyeshadow Palette features 9 powdery shades in nude and rose tones, offering a good range for soft glam make-up looks.”

She also adds a thin line of brown or black eyeliner near to the lash line and finishes with a lengthening and volumising mascara.

Essence Lash Princess Sculpted Volume Mascara Black creates stunning, clump-free volume to the lashes as the unique tapered brush captures every lash for a defined HD finish,” Hayley added.

How Sabrina makes her skin glow

When it comes to her base, Sabrina’s a member of the “glowier, the better” club.

To get that look, it’s all about the prep – start with a gentle cleanser, apply a hydrating moisturiser and then use a hydrating primer.

Once you’ve done that, you can go ahead and use a lightweight, dewy foundation.

One of Hayley’s top tips is to “use a damp beauty blender for a flawless application”, and she loves the Catrice Cosmetics Nude Drop Tinted Serum Foundation.

“It gives good coverage and long-lasting wear, perfect for achieving Sabrina’s glowy complexion.”

The Espresso star’s love of blusher is also well documented, with her make-up artist Carolina Gonzalez revealing she uses Armani Luminous Silk Cheek Tints in the shades Bold Pink and Delicate Mauve for the singer.

Best beauty dupes

Fabulous’ Beauty Editor, Tara Ledden revealed the cheaper version of your favourite beauty products that you should have in your cupboard.

“A huge 55% of us would like to spend less on our beauty routines according to new research from E.l.f. Cosmetics, so it’s no wonder there’s millions of #dupe videos on Tiktok.

“While some dupes are easy to spot given their look-a-like packing, they’re often lacking when it comes to the contents.

“In fact, some of the best dupes look nothing like the luxury product they’re a dead-ringer for – and, trust me, they’re the ones you want.”

REAL: Benefit Hoola Matte Bronzer, £32.50 DUPE: Natural Collection Bronzer, £3.50 which is a saving of £29. The Natural Collection Bronzer comes in more shades, although it doesn’t have a mirror in the compact. 

REAL: Milk Make-up Hydro-Grip Primer, £35 DUPE: E.l.f. Power Grip Primer, £10. These two share a similar green hue, as well as the same long-wearing, mattifying properties – although, E.l.f’s is so popular it’s just as hard to get hold of. 

REAL: Charlotte Tilbury Pillow Talk Lipstick, £28 DUPE: L’Oreal Paris Color Riche Satin Lipstick Beige A Nu, £8.99. The shades of these two lipsticks are virtually identical on the lips, although while Charlotte Tilbury’s is matte, the L’Oreal Paris Lipstick has a satin finish – which actually makes it more comfortable if you’re wearing all day. 

REAL: Estée Lauder Double Wear Foundation, £40 DUPE: Collection Lasting Perfection Matte Foundation, £6.99. While they don’t look alike from the outside, the formula, consistency and staying power of both foundations is pretty similar – unfortunately, the Collection only comes in 20 shades vs Estee Lauder’s 60 options. 

REAL: Glossier Boy Brow, £20 DUPE: Essence Make Me Brow Gel, £2.50. There’s a whole Reddit thread dedicated to this dupe, so you know it’s got to be good. They both have a waxy consistency and added fibres to make brows look fuller. I have to say, the shade range is far better with Boy Brow, but if you’re brunette, there’s plenty of Essence shade options to try. 

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And she has to finish things off with a generous helping of setting spray – which aids in keeping the look in place all day, or night, long, as well as adding some extra glow.

Collection Cosmetics Primed & Ready Dewy Setting Spray with Hydrating Hyaluronic Acid is a good option, and claims to be able to keep your make-up in place for 16 hours.

The trick behind her pink pout

Sabrina also loves a perfect pink pout when it comes to finishing off her look.

“I’m a huge Charlotte Tilbury fan,” she told Marie Claire magazine.

“I love to enhance my lips, and I just have always, always loved her lip liners, her lipsticks.”

Pillow Talk is among Sabrina’s favourites from the make-up artist.

Once you’ve applied your lipliner, Hayley suggests using a nude or pink lipstick with a “glossy finish to add subtle shine and hydration”.

Apply your foundation with a damp beauty blender to get a glowy finish.

Hayley Walker, MUA and beauty expert at Justmylook

“I like to add volume to my lips, so a product like Catrice Cosmetics Volumising Lip Booster is my go-to product,” she added.

“Alternatively, apply a clear gloss over your lipstick for a polished look that enhances your lips with a natural yet glamorous finish reminiscent of Sabrina’s signature style.”

Sabrina with boyfriend Barry Keoghan in the video for her song Please Please Please
Her image is vastly different to the one she had at the MTV awards just four years ago
Getty Images – Getty

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