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Peloton's Tunde Oyeneyin Shares Her Makeup and Beauty Tips

How Tunde Oyeneyin Merges Her Past Career as a Makeup Artist With Being a Peloton Instructor

Peloton's Tunde Oyeneyin Shares Her Makeup and Beauty Tips
Image Source: Courtesy of Tunde Oyeneyin by Miguel Herrera

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Even though she found her true calling in fitness, she could never abandon her love for beauty. Oyeneyin tries to incorporate it into her everyday job as much as possible, like by sharing her skin-care routine on her Instagram Story or IGTV. Like any skin-care-lover, she likes to try new things, but she has a few products that never leave her medicine cabinet. Those are the Dr. Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Universal Daily Peel ($88), the Farmacy Green Clean Makeup Removing Cleansing Balm ($22) to double cleanse followed by the Caudalie Vinopure Pore Purifying Gel Cleanser ($28), EleVen by Venus Williams Unrivaled Sun Serum SPF 35 ($50), Malin + Goet Recovery Treatment Oil ($82), and last but not least, SkinCeuticals Resveratrol B E ($153). "Girlfriend, I feel like you'd use that product for three days, and you just feel like you get a second skin, new and fresh and ready to go — I love it so much," Oyeneyin said of the serum.

The makeup routine she follows when she's teaching is just as serious as her skin-care regimen — but only if she's on-camera. "I make the joke I'm not at home riding this bike with a full face of makeup on," she said. Her essentials for those on-camera sweat sessions are the ColorStay Makeup For Combo/Oily Skin ($10), NARS Exhibit A Blush ($30), which she also uses in the crease of her eyes, and the Revlon So Fierce! Big Bad Lash Mascara ($8). The key to getting her products to stay, even during those extra sweaty rides, is simple — she relies on waterproof everything.

The most eye-catching part of her entire makeup routine is always her lipstick, but unfortunately, she can't tell you what brand it is because it simply doesn't exist. "People are always asking me, right? Here's the thing: I use 17. . . so many different products on my lip to really get the end look that I want," Oyeneyin said. "But I am working on something that hopefully, one day, will be the answer to all of my lip solutions, and I'll be able to give one product instead of the 17 that I mix together." We'll just be here, patiently waiting for that day to come.

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