Zoe Foster Blake reveals $11 Logies skin secret

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Author and Go-To Skincare founder Zoe Foster Blake certainly knows how to nail a beauty look as she demonstrated yet again at Sunday night’s Logie Awards on the Gold Coast.

The mum-of-two was there to support her husband Hamish Blake, who was crowned Gold Logie winner for his efforts as the host of Nine’s Lego Masters, and although he did look dapper in his bow tie and tux, it was really Zoe who brought all the glamour.

She stunned in a dusty pink Gucci dress with a lingerie-like bust and lots of black lace accents.

Hamish Blake and Zoe Foster Blake at the 2022 TV Week Logies
Zoe and husband Hamish looking lovely on the Logies red carpet. Photo: Getty

Her makeup was ultra glowy and perfectly complemented her outfit, thanks to a slick of dark pink eyeshadow and plenty of eyeliner that gave her a warm smokey eye.

As you would expect from a beauty guru, it was just as much about the glam - which was executed by makeup artist Heidi Scarlett King - as the prep, and to get her skin ready for the red carpet, Zoe’s secret weapon was the Transformazing sheet mask from her Go-To skincare range.

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The $11 mask is specifically designed to hydrate your skin before a big night out with a 10-minute treatment promising to plump up your complexion and give you a "juicier" and more luminous base for your makeup.

It's infused with skin-brightening niacinamide and hyadisine for moisture retention, as well as native botanicals Kakadu plum and finger lime for their vitamin C and AHAs respectively.

Side-by-side shots of Zoe before and after applying her Logies makeup
Zoe preparing for the 2022 Logies. Photo: Instagram/Zotheysay
Go-To sheet mask pack that reads
The masks are a 10-minute treatment to give your skin a little extra glow before applying makeup. They can also be used after a night out as a recovery treatment. Photo: Go-To Skincare

Zoe shared a photo of herself in the sheet mask to Instagram ahead of the awards night, calling it, "the red carpet prep MVP".

She started her routine by first cleansing with the brand's Properly Clean cleanser and Fancy Face oil cleanser, before applying the sheet mask and then following up with Go-To's Much Plumper Skin hyaluronic serum, some of the Very Lightweight Moisturiser and a little Face Hero hydrating oil.

In the lead-up to the event, Zoe also popped in to see Sydney facialist Melanie Grant and got an LED light treatment which is great for promoting skin rejuvenation and treating dullness, redness and breakouts.

Zoe Foster Blake in a bath robe and sheet mask
Zoe called the mask the "red carpet prep MVP". Photo: Instagram/Zotheysay

The celebs sheeting up pre Logies

Zoe's husband Hamish also shared his pre Logies skincare routine on Instagram, albeit in his own unique way.

He professed his one and only step is to "shower. And that is it", before posting a photo of himself and fellow Gold Logie nominee Karl Stefanovic in the same Go-To sheet mask with the comment, "(Just kidding), everyone uses one of these".

Hamish Blake and Karl Stefanovic in bath robes and sheet masks
Hamish and Karl getting serious about their skincare. Photo: Instagram/hamishblakeshotz

The $11 mask was also used as red carpet prep by Rebecca Harding, the girlfriend of Hamish's comedic partner in crime, Andy Lee.

Rebecca Harding sipping a drink while sitting on a bed, wearing a bathrobe, sunglasses, towel on head and sheet mask on face
Andy Lee's girlfriend Rebecca shared this photo in her sheet mask. Photo: Instagram/rebeccalharding

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