Want to take
off a few years, turn back the clock? These 5 celebrities have some amazing
tips and tricks that they swear by for looking young. Some believe hair colour
can make someone look instantly younger, while others think taking care of their
skin or working out regularly is what keeps them looking their best over the
years. Sharing their anti-ageing tips, here are 5 of the best star beauty tips
for looking as youthful and gorgeous as possible.
1. Cameron Diaz
stays looking young by working out regularly: "I look younger than my age
because I do exercise daily. I have always been sporty, ever since I was 20.
Fitness is part of my life. You must do it every day. I need to practice even
when I'm travelling for a job."
2. Christie Brinkley
pays close attention to her skin: “My routine is very simple: I cleanse,
exfoliate, and moisturize. I use Olay Regenerist line and Clarins neck cream,
and I’m religious about wearing sunscreen daily. When I started modeling I was
told to tan, but I always protected my face. Right now I use an SPF I’m
formulating for my own skin-care line that I hope will be available in six
months. I used to be big on fruit acid facials, but my skin is really clear
these days. I also drink tons of water to keep my skin hydrated.”
3. Cindy Crawford
a flattering hair colour can make someone look instantly younger: "You can
get any plastic surgery in the world, but hair color is what enables women to
look younger longer. I've also become more aware of hair health...I give myself
a hair treatment when I'm in my sauna to keep it conditioned."
4. Demi Lovato
sleeps in her makeup: “No matter how late it is, when I get home, I take the
time to clean and moisturize my face. I’m a big believer in that if you focus
on good skin care, you really won’t need a lot of makeup.”
5. Helen Mirren
believes women should wear less makeup as they age: "It’s absolutely true
that as you get older, you have to wear less and less makeup. You can get away
with naked eyes if you’ve got red lips. Or red lips and sunglasses."