Everything You Need to Know About the New Miracle Oil Hollywood Makeup Artists Can’t Live Without

Elizabeth Arden Miracle Oil already has a cult following among makeup artists after just one day on the market. 

When a bevy of celeb makeup artists and beauty experts all love a certain product, it's worth investigating. Released on Thursday, Nov. 5, Elizabeth Arden's new Eight Our Cream All-Over Miracle Oil ($28, Hsn.com) already has a cult following, after just one day on the market.

With its nine all-natural extracts, vitamins and oils (including Korean Tsubaki oil, Boswellia resin, and Vitamin E), the newest addition to the Eight-Hour family has so many uses, we're beginning to lose count. 

Scroll through for the long list of tips straight from Hollywood's hottest beauty pros on how to use this multi-tasking product.

1. Primer

"For healthy, radiant skin, I use Eight-Hour All-Over Miracle Oil on my fingertips and apply it as a light, smooth veil onto the cheekbones, center of nose, and eyelids," celeb makeup artist Rebecca Restrepo tells Us Weekly. "It settles in seconds and provides a smooth canvas more makeup."

2. All-in-one moisturizer

“It's my go-to product for creating a head-to-toe seamless and smooth natural glow on the skin,” makeup artist Kristofer Buckle tells Us. 

3. Foundation booster

Add a bit of the oil to your palm and mix with your foundation "for an extra nourished, glowy look," Buckle says.

4. Highlighter

"I [spritz it] on my client's décolleté and face to add that extra glow on the red carpet," makeup artist Tina Turnbow tells Us. "I use my fingertips to lightly tap the oil on the tops of cheekbones, leaving just enough behind for a subtle sheen."

5. Curl definer

Yep, it works on hair too. "I personally use the oil to keep my curly hair in shape," Turnbow says.

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