Meet Pia Miller, the Aussie beauty that radiates wellness from the inside out. So much so… you can’t help but instantly want to know how to get her glow.
As an Australian actress, model, television presenter and ambassador for Pantene, it’s safe to say Pia knows a thing or two about maintaining a camera ready look at all times. But what you might not expect, is that she’s also a down to earth beach babe who is most happy in minimal (or sans) make up, and opting for a low key look when she’s not working.
Just take a look at her Instagram and you’ll find between sunbaking at the beach, getting her sweat on, drinking coffee and spending time with her two sons.
Not only does Pia lives a healthy life that is balanced and attainable but she’s the kind of girl you could easily call on for yoga and brunch on the weekend (and even a cheeky margarita late afternoon too)!
So naturally, we want to learn the every secret behind her laid back allure. We asked the 35-year-old Aussie beauty and mother of two to share with TrainSrilanka the regime behind her radiant Bondi glow and beach-ready bod.
“I like to start with a 10-minute meditation session because it keeps me grounded and it’s a great way to start the day! I then start my morning beauty ritual—which involves curling my lashes every morning without fail and applying SPF, a light concealer and maybe bronzer—I like to keep it supernatural. I then wash my hair and let it dry naturally or if I have time I’ll go over it with a curler to give it a slight bend and comb it through for that beachy wave look.”
“I use it every second or third day to wash and nourish my hair.”
“A non-toxic concealer that covers under my eyes and on any spots.”
“To both nourish my lips and give a little extra glow to my cheekbones.”
“I cleanse and moisturise with all of her beautiful products. They are all natural and free from nasties, which I love.”
“It can all be dependent on my schedule as it changes from week to week so unfortunately, I don’t have the flexibility to keep a regular fitness routine. But when I do train, I will do 1 x personal training session, 1 x hr training at Fitness First and one yoga class a week—either a yin (softer class) or something more intensive on other days. On the days where can’t make it to any classes I opt for a swim, coastal walk or at-home yoga.”
“A healthy and balanced diet is super important for my general wellbeing. I like to keep my diet as wholesome as I can because I find it helps my hair, skin and overall mental and physical health when I eat well.”
Pre-Breakfast: “I start the morning with a celery juice. I will have it first thing when I wake up and usually wait an hour or so before having my breakfast.”
Breakfast: “A berry smoothie, avo on toast or in winter I love a bowl of oats with banana and berries. I also LOVE coffee so you’ll always see me with a coffee in the morning.”
Lunch: “A salad with protein.”
Snack: “A cold-pressed juice, a handful of nuts, piece of fruit and potentially another coffee.”
Dinner: “I like to feed my boys a hearty meal and I really love cooking so it’s generally either pasta of some sort (or lasagne), salmon or chicken with vegetables or Mexican-style burritos or tacos.”
Treats: “Occasionally I do treat myself to chocolate or a glass of wine.”
“I love music so often I will listen to a good album, podcast, meditation or do yoga. Getting on my yoga mat at home is one of my favourite ways to unwind. I also love to do a little pamper session each week with my favourite face mask and hair products.”
“I truly believe self-care is so important. Guided meditation apps are my go-to—I love Headspace and Insight Timer. I find meditation helps me unwind, followed closely by simple things like taking 15mins to sit down with a face mask, washing my hair or getting on my yoga mat.”
“For me, low-key Sunday’s at home with my boys is the best! Between working and being a mother it can be hard to find those in-between moments so spending time with my family is by far the best way to spend any lazy day.”