We bet you do. In that case, you had better add a spoon to your make-up kit as the Australian hottie has revealed the humble piece of cutlery forms an essential part of her routine.

After applying a coat of mascara, Kerr says she pinches her eyelashes between her thumb and the piece of cutlery to achieve the desired look.

After giving birth to son Flynn last year, the Victoria’s Secret model says she is now forced to rely on quick fix beauty solutions.

She has previously waxed lyrical about the benefits of coconut oil and Tahitian Noni Juice, and also revealed that rosehip oil helps give her skin a natural glow.

Available from most health and beauty stores, priced at about £15, the oil has long been recommended as a remedy for healing scars, pits and other skin blemishes.

“It’s full of that many antioxidants and it really works on a cellular level, too, to rejuvenate the skin.

“I put that on at night and I wake up glowing,” she said.

The oil, used commercially and produced in Chile, is extracted from seeds of a rosebush that grows wild in the southern Andes.

And to keep her body feeling silky smooth, she uses a body brush to get rid of dead skin after showering.