Glamour. “And I do think that helps set our products apart. There's a lot of thought that goes into the formulation process and I own every formula."Back in 2018, that formula led to MARA's first product—the —which McNamara says was a gamble, even though it paid off. “It was risky, looking back to launch with one hero product, but I think it was really the beginning of the trend we're seeing now, which is a more curated approach to beauty."Personally, McNamara takes a minimalistic, less-is-more approach to skin-care, along with Botox in her forehead every six months with board-certified physician associate, . “It's nothing crazy and I let it fully wear off [before going in for more].
I think that's the biggest mistake people make is they put all new filler, new Botox, new whatever, over old work."She also swears by chakra cleansing facials, and , which she does twice a year. “It's a specific type of micro-needling that I love.
That's why I got into the derma roller at home. It's a pricey treatment but I see amazing results with it, and it's not as invasive as others."But treatments only work when you have a great foundation to start with, and McNamara definitely does.Read more on glamour.com