Oh celebrities…we see them on TV and read about them in magazines. We pay to watch their movies or even buy their products. But do you ever feel like we aren’t getting anything in return? Well, before you get too bitter, we have compiled a list of fantastic beauty secrets from our favorite famous ladies that won’t require you to go out and put more money in their pockets.
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Catherine Zeta-Jones uses a honey and salt concoction to exfoliate her body, leaving her skin soft and radiant. To brighten her smile, she uses crushed strawberries as a teeth mask. Strawberries contain malic acid which naturally lightens stains on teeth. Another fun trick Catherine has is pouring a bottle of beer through her hair (and rinsing afterward!) for more shine and body. Why does this work? Beer is an acidic finishing rinse. The acids
tighten the outer layer of the cuticle, allowing light to bounce
off the smoothed cuticle to give shine. Beer also strips away all the buildup and residue that leads to flat hair.
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Carrie Underwood uses Moroccan oil in her hair daily. If you haven’t heard of this oil before, you are not alone. I had to Google it. This rich substance is also called Argan oil, which is made from the Argan tree fruit found in, you got it, Morocco! It’s known for its moisturizing powers that highly benefit the hair and skin. Carrie also claims that it cuts hair drying time with regular use.
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application. We apply a fragrance, and then we rip it apart by rubbing
our wrists together. The key is to apply it and just let it sit for
awhile. No rubbing.” Got it, SJP!
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Gwyneth Paltrow noticed the benefits of prenatal vitamins for her hair during her pregnancy — so she never stopped taking them! 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.”
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Famous Mexican actress Kate del Castillo shares, “When I was younger in Mexico, I used to smash avocado, add almond oil,
and use it as a hair mask. It looks like guacamole, but it makes your
hair beautiful and shiny.” It definitely sounds good enough to eat!
So there you have it. Go ahead and try some of these tips, and let us know if you get super star results!