Celebrity Beauty Tips

They always look beautiful on the red carpet, but celebrities and models don't wake up that way in the morning. In fact, some candid shots of celebrities without make-up look almost unrecognizable!

So how do they do it? On many occasions they have a collection of make-up artists and stylists to help, but much of the time they have to do it themselves. These celebrity beauty tips show us the home remedies that they have learned.

Of course, everyone is different, and our individual complexions and bodies require treatments that are designed with them in mind. One of the tricks to staying beautiful is to do exactly what these celebrities have done - find the beauty secrets that suit you.

Gwyneth Paltrow


The star of Shakespeare in Love, 36, swears by fresh organic food to keep her complexion glowing. She also drinks lots of water and regularly wears sunscreen outside to protect her skin.

One celebrity beauty tip from Gwyneth that you may not have have heard before - before Apple's birth, she found that taking prenatal vitamins was the best thing for her hair, so she still does it!

According to Gwyneth, "It doesn't matter if you are pregnant, I swear to God. I have double-processed blond hair, and it's so long and not damaged."

Catherine Zeta Jones

How does the Welsh actress, 38 this year, stay beautiful for her husband Michael Douglas? Catherine's grandmother passed on a variety of home remedies that she still uses on a daily basis.

To keep that perfect smile, she brushes her teeth with mashed-up strawberries. Strawberries contain Malic Acid, which acts as a mild astringent when mixed with baking soda.

To keep her hair healthy looking and shiny, Catherine brushes castor oil through it. Catherine obviously knows her ancient Egyptian history - castor oil was used by the Pharaohs to prevent hair loss.

Julia Roberts


America's Sweetheart, 40, is famous for her perfect smile, but her favorite celebrity beauty tip concerns her nails. She soaks them in olive oil for a few minutes every week.

Olive oil moisturizes your nails without weakening them, and softens your cuticles too. It also prevents "hang nails" that are caused by dry skin.

Julia, has a great hair stylist, Serge Normant, who does wonders with her hair. After visiting his salon she sometimes won't wash her hair for a full two weeks!

Jennifer Love Hewitt

Jennifer Love Hewitt, 28, has great skin and usually looks fantastic even without make-up, but what does she do when she gets those occasional pimples?

Answer - she treats them with plain old toothpaste. Applying a dab of toothpaste to the pimple overnight dries it out, in much the same way that prescription acne remedies do.

Hopefully by the morning the inflammation has disappeared.

Cindy Crawford

The 80s supermodel and mom of two, 41, keeps her complexion fresh by spraying her face with a mist of whole milk and mineral water.

This creates a dewy, fresh-faced effect that lasts all day long!

Here's a celebrity beauty tip that's out of reach for most of us - Cindy goes to a Parisian plastic surgeon who injects her skin with vitamins.

According to Cindy, "Pretty much every make-up artist I work with says my skin looks better than it did twelve years ago."

Teri Hatcher

This Desperate Housewife has aged incredibly well. Her secret? She loves a few glasses of red wine, but not just to drink!

Teri pours two cups of red wine into her bath every night to help soften her skin.

Make sure you only use the cheap stuff though, otherwise celebrity beauty tips like this will end up costing you a lot of money!

Mariah Carey

Mariah actually looks even better now that she did when she started her career.

One of her secrets? She applies a dab of peppermint extract to her lips before a public appearance.

Peppermint increases blood flow to her lips and gives Mariah a sultry pout that she loves.

1 comment:

  1. Julia Roberts surely has the greatest and most beautiful celebrity smiles. That perfect white smile is attractive and part of her personal appeal.

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