Alycia Debnam-Carey was always muddy in the dystopian programs The 100 and Fear the Walking Dead.
The actor learned how to wash off the apocalypse when she returned to the real world, leaving her skin gleaming.
Debnam-Carey shares her beauty secrets, from her 11-step skincare routine to her bronzed makeup that makes her seem like a "mermaid" who just left the beach.
After cleansing with Lancer's The Method, the Australian applies Sisley-Paris' Express Flower Gel Mask before serums, eye cream, and moisturizer.
“I’m pretty fair,” the 30-year-old adds. “Skincare costs too much now. It’s a joke.” Investing has made her an expert.
Debnam-Carey says, "Not all [eye masks] work!" They work.” They go great with pasta. “Masks, eye patches, carbs, and wine are the ultimate self-care,” she moans.
Debnam-Carey needs solace after filming The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart, a heartbreaking miniseries.
Glossier Invisible Shield SPF completes the "sunscreen aficionado"'s skincare routine. She then applies Armani Beauty's lightweight foundation to sun-damaged areas and dots NARS concealer "where it's needed."