country seems to have its own hidden beauty secrets and special products to
discover, and these 5 stars have all shared the secrets that they love from their
own home countries. Picking up the natural and healthy beauty tips while
growing up in their native homes, these secrets might explain why these 5 stars
all have an enviable glowing complexion. From oils to skin-boosting juices and
natural hair dyes, these tips can be used by anyone to look and feel great.
model Adriana Lima loves the skin-boosting juices from her home country:
"I drink at least one coconut water a day—it gives you that healthy,
glowing skin. Juices with native fruits like acai and acerola
are also amazing."
Cate Blanchett uses a traditional oil
from her native Australia: ''I tend to use really basic creams, and I like to
put an oil on, like an emu oil from Australia. It's from the emu and it's
really nourishing. I prefer an oil to a cream. In
indigenous Australian culture, that's the first oil they put on a baby because
it's so hydrating. It's all pretty basic.''
actress Freida Pinto swears by head massages:
"The head massage. In the Indian culture, a head massage is very common.
So whenever I get free time I try going for one. It is definitely worth trying
because it has a way of calming your mind."
her Mexican roots to inspire her own beauty line and discovered a key
ingredient from her home country: "I knew I had herbs and things that
nobody was using in the States or Europe, there is a key ingredient that is in a
lot of my things. It's called tepezcohuite."
to dye her hair with rum while living in the Dominican Republic: "I would
soak my ends with rum and then I would go and play volleyball in the sun... and
I remember one time my neighbour... came by, I guess to check up on us... and
she called up my mom and said, 'Listen to me, I went to check up on the girls
and Zoe smelled like alcohol'. It worked. It (rum) would bleach it. It would go
really auburny (sic) and sometimes really