How The Talk Co-Hosts Do Their Own Glam for At-Home Filming

The co-hosts of The Talk have mastered the art of working from home!

Since March 30, the CBS show’s leading ladies – Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba, Sharon Osbourne, Marie Osmond and Sheryl Underwood – have been filming from home to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

And with over a month of doing their own hair, makeup and wardrobe under their belts, they're giving PEOPLE readers an exclusive glimpse of their getting-ready routines, and sharing some of their best work-from-home hacks.

Watch them get prepped in the video (above) and check out The Talk @ Home Weekdays at 2 p.m. EST/1 p.m. PST.



The Secrets of Marie Osmond’s Flawless Makeup

“I have wonderful hair and makeup people that I really miss! … But I learned through all the years of being on the road that you always couldn’t take people, so I learned how to [do my own makeup],” says Osmond, who shares her top makeup tips. To start, she keeps a refrigerator under her vanity. Why? “I store my face creams and extra cosmetics in the refrigerator to keep them fresh. But it also feels great to put products on when they’re cool.”

Then the co-host shares a false lash how-to. But before she puts on falsies (she loves styles like these and these by Arimika), she lets us in on her genius eyeliner trick. Using KVD Vegan Beauty Lash Liner Liquid Inner Eyeliner, Osmond lines the inner rims of her upper lid. “It gives the illusion of a line” and creates depth so she doesn’t have to wear mascara, which also means she can reuse lashes. Once she’s picked her set, she applies glue, and while she’s waits a few seconds for it to become tacky, she gently rolls the lash between her fingers to create a more natural shape. Then she presses it along her lash line, she gives it a minute to set, and, “voila!”

And a hair “Talk” with Sheryl Underwood!

Underwood is full of good tips when it comes to hair-styling. First thing's first: pick your outfit. “I usually have a theme. Right now, the theme is maxi-dress casual. Why? Because I’m not lotioning the bottom half of my body because I’m rationing out my good Eucerin lotion!” Then, reach for a coordinating wig! “I use synthetic wigs because [they] are already styled. Even though they sometimes look too shiny on a high-definition camera, right now, we’re shooting remotely, and we’re using lower definition, and that makes [them] work for me,” she says. The co-host relies on several wigs, including a strawberry-blonde option she calls “My Beyoncé.”

“I want all the viewers to live vicariously though me and have fun with wigs like I do,” says Underwood, who does one final check in the Zoom screen before joining any call. “Check yourself out. See if you’re comfortable with the look, the lighting and your style. And if you’re cool with everything, then you join the conference, and everything will be great because you’re looking great!”

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