Paramore’s Hayley Williams reveals her favourite skincare products while on tour

Paramore's Hayley Williams has revealed her tour skincare routine.

Paramore’s Hayley Williams has revealed her favourite skincare products to use while on tour.

The iconic frontwoman has explained which brands and products are her go-to to achieve glowing skin on the road.

This includes affordable brands like Starface, who make cute pimple patches to luxury skincare products from Augustinus Bader.

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In an interview with Allure, the Paramore singer revealed to fans her skincare regime while getting ready for a show.

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She applies her own skincare before getting into the chair with her hair and makeup artist of 17 years, Brian O’Connor.

“I got very accustomed to buying products that I didn’t necessarily love,” the singer said.

Williams goes on to talk about some of her favourite brands, adding that she’s been moisturizing more and “trying a few different ones”.

This includes luxury skincare brand, Augustinus Bader, which also has the likes of Lizzo and Emma Corrin as fans.

“It’s all anyone talks about and it’s so damn expensive, and I have to say I like it. It’s a really great formula and my skin likes it,” Williams explains.

Another go-to skincare brand is Biologique Recherche. “They have really great masks that are hydrating and even the one that’s for acne makes my skin look really good,” she says.

Hayley Williams says she’s a fan of Dr. Jart and Starface for her skincare routine

She goes on to say that for more affordable – but still effective – product she likes include “a lot of Asian beauty products – J-Beauty, K-Beauty – because their formulas are beyond”, as well as Dr. Jart.

She also nods to a company that she loves, Starface, a company that makes cute pimple patches.

“Young people can break out and put a Starface sticker on, and it is so freeing. I wear Starface stickers all the time if I get a breakout or even the tiniest spot; I just find it so liberating. Starface stickers are a godsend,” she added.

Paramore are going on tour in 2023

After finishing up the first leg of their This Is Why Tour the group will head back out on the road in early 2023.

They’ll perform headline dates in South America, UK and Europe and return to North America for more arena shows.

They’ll be joined by the likes of Bloc Party, Foals, Genesis Owusu and The Linda Lindas across the run.

The tour will see Hayley Williams and co. perform some of their biggest hits alongside material from their upcoming sixth album, This Is Why.

Fans can get their hands on tickets from and

You can check out the full tour schedule below.

  • March 2 – Lima, Peru – Arena Perú
  • March 5 – Santiago, Chile – Movistar Arena Santiago
  • March 7 – Buenos Aires, Argentina – Hipódromo Argentino de Palermo
  • March 9 – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – Qualistage
  • March 11-12 – São Paulo, Brazil – Centro Esportivo Tiete
  • March 14 – Bogotá, Colombia – Movistar Arena Bogotá
  • April 13 – Dublin, Ireland – 3Arena
  • April 15 – Cardiff, Wales – Cardiff International Arena
  • April 17 – Glasgow, Scotland – OVO Hydro
  • April 18 – Manchester, England – AO Arena
  • April 20 – London, England – The O2 Arena
  • April 22 – Birmingham, England – Utilita Arena Birmingham
  • April 23 – London, England – The O2 Arena
  • May 23 – Charlotte – Spectrum Center
  • May 25 – Atlanta – State Farm Arena
  • May 27 – Atlantic City – Atlantic City Beach
  • May 30-31 – New York City – Madison Square Garden
  • June 2 – Washington, D.C. – Capital One Arena
  • June 4 – Cleveland – Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
  • June 5 – Indianapolis – Gainbridge Fieldhouse
  • June 7 – Detroit – Little Caesars Arena
  • June 8 – Toronto – Scotiabank Arena
  • June 10 – Columbus – Schottenstein Center
  • June 11 – Pittsburgh – PPG Paints Arena
  • June 13 – Orlando – Amway Center
  • June 14 – Hollywood – Hard Rock Live
  • July 6 – New Orleans – Smoothie King Center
  • July 8 – Fort Worth – Dickies Arena
  • July 9 – Austin – Moody Center
  • July 11 – Houston – Toyota Center
  • July 13 – Denver – Ball Arena
  • July 15 – Thousand Palms – Acrisure Arena
  • July 16 – San Diego – Viejas Arena
  • July 19-20 – Inglewood – Kia Forum
  • July 22 – San Francisco – Chase Center
  • July 24 – Seattle – Climate Pledge Arena
  • July 25 – Portland – Veterans Memorial Coliseum
  • July 27 – Salt Lake City – Vivint Arena
  • July 29 – Tulsa – BOK Center
  • July 30 – St. Louis – Enterprise Center
  • August 2 – Saint Paul – Xcel Energy Center