Amanda Seyfried: “Everybody’s faces blending into each other with the big lips, skinny nose and tight brow’

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On not loving the word ‘anti-aging’:

I just picture a vial of oil. I think of all the avenues people take to look younger, to look like they haven’t aged, not look their age, and to prevent fine lines and wrinkles and sagging skin. It seems like such an ugly thing and I don’t think it’s necessarily an ugly thing. Some of the most beautiful women have lines around their eyes.

There are extreme ways of anti-aging. Face-lifts and Botox are very different, one’s more extreme. I’m 30, going to be 31 in a couple of days, and I don’t want to knock that stuff — to each their own. But I also feel like there’s a look. When you start doing that, you start looking the same as everyone else. Because unfortunately, you’re conforming to something and your face doesn’t move. Everybody’s faces blending into each other and the more surgery you do, with the big lips, skinny nose and tight brow — why would you want to look like everybody else [in Hollywood]?

There are a lot of insecurities with anti-aging and a lot of stigmas. I’m terrified of feeling that. But, I think there’s enough products on the market to prevent that kind of stuff. There are behavioral things you can do, like not smoking or not drinking too much. I think it’s easier than people make it out to be. But also, that’s easy for me to say.

I feel like the phrase should be banned. Everyone is aging, by virtue of living another day. It’s impossible to prevent. We are all dying. We’re all marching towards death.

On the connection between wellness and beauty:

It’s absolutely connected. Being healthy is beautiful. Being healthy in the inside, it emits through. Your skin is your f-ing biggest organ. You can see happiness through someone’s skin. You can see someone who is taking care of themselves through their skin. You can see a glow that radiates from within. I always feel most beautiful when I’ve exercised, had a good meal, exfoliated, and washed my hair. I always feel most beautiful after I feel clean. I always feel beautiful after I’ve plucked my eyebrows.

… says Amanda, who is currently pregnant with her first child.

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29 Year-Old Kristin Cavallari: ‘All my friends are starting to get Botox’

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On whether she’ll get Botox soon:

“All my friends are starting to get Botox and I’m kind of like, Ahhh. I want to do everything I can to not get it.”

“I’m so boring when it comes to this stuff – I have my go-to.I always just use the same stuff. The ones that I love are Armani foundation, and Armani lashes to kill.”

… says 29 year-old Kristin in People Magazine this month.

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Kelly Ripa’s Botox Experience: ‘I had two bad sides’

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46 year-old Kelly Ripa recently discussed her encounter with bad Botox – the bubbly blonde claims that she had an unfortunate experience that left her with two bad sides. More details from People Magazine:

The topic came up during a discussion with guest co-host Megyn Kelly about having a “bad side.”

“I’m going to tell you a story I’ve never told anyone,” said Ripa, 46. “I got bad Botox about … what was it, a year ago? And it was bad. It did something to my good side, so then I had two bad sides. I’m not kidding!”

The mother of three insisted she wouldn’t “talk about it beyond that” but said the situation has improved somewhat.

“I’m starting to look myself again, but there was about a six-month period where people were like: ‘What’s wrong with Kelly? She doesn’t smile anymore,’ ” said Ripa. “And I was like: ‘I am smiling!’ ”

“Being in the public eye is so fun, isn’t it?” said her co-host Kelly, 45, with a laugh.

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Adele Does Vanity Fair and Brings Today’s Quote

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On taking a stance against shaving her legs:

“She only recently shaved her legs for the first time in months. When asked if her partner minded her hairy legs, she says: “He has no choice. I’ll have no man telling me to shave my f-ckin’ legs. Shave yours.”

On struggling with postpartum depression after having her baby:

“My knowledge of postpartum depression—or post-natal, as we call it in England—is that you don’t want to be with your child; you’re worried you might hurt your child; you’re worried you weren’t doing a good job. But I was obsessed with my child. I felt very inadequate; I felt like I’d made the worst decision of my life . . . . It can come in many different forms. Eventually I just said, I’m going to give myself an afternoon a week, just to do whatever the f–k I want without my baby. A friend of mine said, ‘Really? Don’t you feel bad?’ I said, I do, but not as bad as I’d feel if I didn’t do it.”

… says Adele in Vanity Fair.

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Miranda Kerr’s ’15 Minute’ Morning Routine

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On how she manages to look perfect with her 15 minute morning routine:

‘I usually have very little time in the mornings, especially with a toddler, so with these simple skin and beauty steps I can get out the door in 15 minutes.

I drink a glass of warm water with the juice of half an organic lemon each morning. Warm lemon water in the morning helps kick start the digestion process for the rest of the day. It’s also a morning ritual that cleanses the system, boosts your immune system and balances pH levels because lemons are very alkalizing. They are also abundant in vitamin C, which promotes healing and health.

(On dry body brushing) It’s a great way to get the circulation going, remove dead skin cells, aid lymphatic drainage, detoxify your system and keep your skin smooth all over. I start with my feet and legs and work my way up in quick gentle strokes…it needn’t be too time consuming and just takes a few minutes before jumping into the shower.

I wash my hair in the evening so it can dry naturally overnight. All I have to do in the morning is style it. At the moment I prefer a low braid or a high topknot, as they both require little time and effort but still look feminine and polished. I also use a hairbrush with a natural bristle as it promotes shine and is gentle on the scalp.

I apply tinted day cream as a healthy alternative to foundation. It’s quick and easy to apply and has the perfect amount of coverage… it leaves my complexion radiant with an even tone. Use your fingers to apply, as the warmth will help the formulation melt into your skin for a flawless finish.

I apply two to three coats of mascara. To finish off my look I apply lip balm if I want a more natural look, or a tint or lipstick in a shade of red if I want to make more of a statement – the red also brightens my complexion instantly. If I need a little more coverage I sparingly use RMS concealer where required.

‘Green cold pressed juices are packed with live, whole ingredients so it’s an instant health hit to the blood stream. The chlorophyll contained in cold pressed green juices can help keep your blood healthy and are very oxygenating. Green juices are high in vitamins and minerals making them great contributors to clear skin and bright eyes.’

What do you think about Miranda’s morning routine? Are we sure all these only take her 15 minutes?

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