04 Oct Simple Beauty Tips from Celebrities
Simple Beauty Tips from Celebrities.
Some celebrities go through complicated regimens for healthy glowing skin, but let’s face it, not every one of us has the time or patience to put on toner, moisturizer, eye cream, and other products every night. Sometimes, it is best to keep things simple, and while most movie and TV stars are quite religious with their skincare routine, there are those that have surprisingly easy tips that are suited even for the busiest schedules. Here are some of their beauty secrets:
The world first fell in love with America Ferrera when she played the main character in Ugly Betty, followed by her role as Carmen Lowell in The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. Currently starring in the sitcom Superstore, there’s hardly a moment when she’s off camera. So what exactly is her secret in maintaining her skin? Water. We all know we should be drinking at least 8 cups of water per day, but not everyone actually does it. As words of encouraging healthier habits, she explains, “Once I started drinking more water, my skin, hair and nails all flourished.”
Kym Marsh is an actress and former singer/songwriter from England who originally appeared in the reality TV pop band Hearsay back in the early noughties. However, she is best known for playing Michelle Connor in Coronation Street, the longest running soap opera in the world to which it commemorates its success with themed games online and a slew of board games. With all of Britain watching her since she joined the cast in 2006, she has a few tricks up her sleeve to always look her best. Puffy eyes are something that we all have from time to time, and Marsh’s quick fix involves two teaspoons in the freezer and then placing them on her eye bags.
Kristin Davis has been in a number of movies and has appeared in several television series too, but she will probably be forever known as the reserved and charming Charlotte York in the HBO series turned film features Sex and the City. Prior to that, she was also in soaps like Melrose Place and General Hospital. When it comes to caring for her skin, Davis admits that she didn’t do enough in the past to protect it. This now makes her appreciate great sunscreen, which goes to show that sunscreen should not only be worn when sitting by the pool or tanning on the beach. Not only does unprotected skin increases your chance of cancer, but it also leads to all sorts of skin diseases and quickens the aging process.