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If you’re chosen to be a Victoria’s Secret angel, you grow wings. You begin to glow, the sound of a plucked harp trails behind you wherever you go, and number one on your speed dial is God. Okay, none of that is true. But Victoria’s Secret angels do look incredible. And getting the look isn’t totally outside the realm of possibility. We take a look at Behati Prinsloo‘s routine, step by step.

Feeling gross? Well, if you’re Behati, you spray your face with Jurlique Balancing Mist ($31.50), which hydrates and softens the skin. So, if you’re feeling like a saggy ghoul, it’s a sexy potion that could make you glow like you’re a sexy beast who walks in lingerie for a living. Got blemishes or patches of dry skin? Who doesn’t. She uses a Palmer’s swivel stick option that kind of looks like a glue stick, and it’s affordable ($6).

If you’re hitting the sun, and you don’t want brittle, damaged locks, buy some mango oil ($21). That’s what this Victoria’s Secret angel does, because coconut oil who? 

And if you’re looking for full-body nourishment, then you can invest in something called “Skin Food” by Weleda ($25), which uses plant oils to keep your skin feeling awesome. Skin food. Huh. And then she likes to use Zam Buk, which is an herbal antiseptic ointment.

And makeup? Well, apparently she swears by mascara. And any mascara. But if you have to ask, Revlon ($9.50) is best.

Total monthly tab for pulling off this angelic look? $102.