Beauty & Fashion

Model-Approved Skincare: Tabria Majors' Guide To Glowing Skin

In About Face, xoNecole gets the 411 on IGers who give us #skincaregoals on a daily. Here, they break down their beauty routines on the inside and out, as well as the highly coveted products that grace their shelves and their skin.

Tabria Majors is a content creator and fashion model who always serves face. Her fierce attitude in the model world has landed her major campaigns and started groundbreaking conversations. She broke the internet with a photoshoot that showcased the reality of being a plus-size model in the industry. The photograph was a clapback to Emily Ratajkowski's photoshoot with M Magazine, where the model was seen wearing an oversized pair of jeans. “I’ve been modeling for ten-plus years now, and the erasure of models my size or bigger has been crazy to witness in real-time,” says Majors.

Although Majors is deeply opinionated and passionate about the fashion space, she’s also a sweet girl from Nashville with a love for beauty. “Growing up in the South, I wasn’t aware of my appearance. Still, I always kept my beauty routine simple with a face wash and lotion every day,” says Majors. College is where Majors' relationship with beauty began to strengthen. Implementing a basic skincare regimen to keep her skin in great health. “I’ve followed all the trends in beauty. From a simple skincare routine to a step routine, I’ve learned that keeping it simple is best.”

At the same time, Majors began to enter the modeling world, where she learned tips from makeup artists on how to better care for her skin. Unlike her hometown, there was now a greater emphasis on how Majors looked due to the industry that she was in. Moving to Los Angeles also came with pressure to keep up with beauty standards. The pressure made Majors feel like she had to be “perfect.” Constantly picking at her features to appease a standard of beauty. “I’ve learned that trying to be perfect is unrealistic, and if you do, it’s an unpleasant existence.” Separating from the pressure of living up to being perfect has helped her develop a new relationship with beauty - internal beauty.

“I’ve learned that trying to be perfect is unrealistic, and if you do, it’s an unpleasant existence.”

Becoming a mom has made Majors look at beauty from a different lens. She doesn’t want her child to emphasize how she looks as she once did. Majors is setting an example for his daughter by practicing kindness and prioritizing her internal self by doing the 75 Hard Challenge. A wellness routine that consists of the following: reading 10 pages of a book, drinking water, workout, meditating, journaling, etc. The exercise is supposed to improve mental health. “Inner beauty radiates far more than outer beauty. Being a good person is always going to be most important.”

Tabria Majors' Morning Skincare Routine:

Heritage Store Rosewater Rose Water Spray


Heritage Store

“I love to use this in the morning to dampen my face."

Anua Heartleaf 77 Soothing Toner


Toners are another way to hydrate my skin, and this one works for me.

The Ordinary Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5 Hydrating Serum


“When I was pregnant and breastfeeding, this was a safe and good product for me to use.”

Weleda Skin Food Original Ultra-Rich Cream


“It’s a rich and thick moisturizer that penetrates my skin well.”

Supergoop! Unseen Sunscreen SPF 40


“It’s easy to apply and great for working because it glides on my skin easily.”

Her Nighttime Skincare Routine:

S'ABLE Labs Qasil Cleanser


“It’s natural and feels earthy on the skin. It also cleanses very well!"

The next few products Majors uses for her nighttime skincare routine are similar to her morning skincare. She uses them at night for the same reasons she does in the morning. These are products that work well with her skin and give her great results.

The Ordinary Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5 Hydrating Serum


mixsoon Soybean Milk Serum


“I love this product! It has a goopy feeling that sticks to my skin, and I enjoy it.”

Topicals Faded Serum for Dark Spots & Discoloration



“This serum got me the most compliments on my skin. It gets the job done when it comes to hyperpigmentation.”

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