‘Selling Sunset’ star Davina Potratz’s beauty secret is bee venom

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Davina Potratz may have been deemed the villain of “Selling Sunset” by the Netflix show’s fans, but she’s only interested in dealing with venom when it comes to her skincare routine.

The real estate agent and broker recently made her first foray into the beauty space, launching her own bronzer and setting spray duo for withSimplicity — and says she’s been passionate about makeup for decades.

“I was always obsessed with beauty,” Potratz previously told Page Six Style. “Ever since I was a little kid, my mom would spend hours doing her makeup, so I’d watch her do it. And I did modeling for 10, 12 years and I worked with some awesome makeup artists and was so fascinated by their tricks of the trade.”

Below, the reality star shares a few of her everyday beauty essentials, from the aforementioned bee venom serum to a “sassy” blue eyeshadow that just might change your opinion of the polarizing shade.

Rodial Bee Venom Super Serum

“This serum features bio marine collagen and plant stem cells. It instantly absorbs, nourishes and makes my skin radiant.”

$220

Hourglass Caution Extreme Lash Mascara

“In my opinion, this is the best mascara because it really catches every lash and exaggerates volume, density and length.”

$29

withSimplicity x Davina Bronze & Glow Set

“This is my bronzer in Golden Hour with my Set in Silver setting spray, which activates the hyaluronic acid in the bronzer for an instant hydrated, sun-kissed look.”

$79

Pat McGrath Labs Mothership I Eyeshadow Palette – Subliminal

“One of my staples, because it features flattering matte nudes as well as electric blue for a bit of sass. These shadows are easy to blend and long-lasting with no fallout. The blue also really pops and stays on your skin, which I’ve successfully tested at Burning Man.”

$125

Parfums de Marly Delina Eau de Parfum

“I love that this perfume is long-lasting and the rhubarb/rose/vanilla/lychee scent is intoxicating, yet subtle and uncommon.”

$320

LivOn Liposomal Vitamins and Supplements

“This company makes amazing vitamins that are potent and easily digestible, but also have superior absorption qualities.”

from $36.95

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