Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 29 November 2015

Molly Sims encourages use of primer

Published 15/12/2010

Molly Sims has begged women never to leave the house without wearing primer.

The supermodel is famed for her stunning figure, having appeared in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issues, and is also a successful actress. Her hectic life means Molly is always on the lookout for beauty products to help speed up the process of getting ready, and primer is her new love.

“The best thing you can do as a woman in invest in a thing called primer. What it does is if you put it across your forehead it soaks up the sweat and makes it matt,” she explained. “Every day put it on. Another trick is translucent powder, put it on the outsides of your eyes, I call it the eye lift.”

The 37-year-old insists women don’t need to splash out to look good, as a few well-placed wardrobe items are all that’s needed. She suggests investing in a Diane von Furstenberg wrap dress particularly, as there is no other piece she can think of which looks good on so many people.

“Buy a great black suit, a great pair of skinny, beautiful pants, a great black dress – whatever type you feel comfortable in. I mean the DVF wrap dress is so flattering on almost every shape, you can go into a red carpet dinner, a meeting, a prom or drop your kids off at school,” she told “I also tell women to really learn your body and what looks good on you. Whether you’re pear shaped or have long legs, really know your body. Get a mirror or your best friend! If you find a store and someone you like, who is happy to say, ‘Take that off,’ you’ll be OK.”

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