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Ashley Roberts’ tan tips

Published 09/07/2014

Ashley Roberts
Ashley Roberts

Ashley Roberts admires Kate Hudson and Jennifer Lopez's beauty looks and says that since living in the UK her style has become more inspired.

The former Pussycat Doll is well known for her blonde hair, toned physique and sun kissed skin. But Ashley says it's another American star who has perfected the tanned look.

"Kate Hudson has a really nice glow," Ashley gushed to the British edition of OK! magazine. "She always has the right fashion, very fresh and healthy, and she also looks confident in what she is wearing. Also Jennifer Lopez - she just looks polished, blonde and also glowing. She looks 23!"

As well as having her own fragrance, Ashley has been announced as the face of sun protection brand Garnier Ambre Solaire.

Hailing from Arizona, Ashley is used to the sunshine. Now living in London the 32-year-old tends to get her tan from a bottle, as she likes to always keep her skin bronzed.

"Well it makes me look healthy, gives me an all-over glow and a nice tone to my body. At the moment the sun is out and it makes me look healthier and it makes me feel more confident about the bits I'm insecure about," she divulged.

It's not just fake tan that Ashley has grown to love while living in Britain, but also the sense of style the UK has to offer.

She's a regular at red carpet events and always looks effortlessly chic, which she says is all thanks to her new surroundings.

"I think coming over to Britain has made me more inspired - I love fashion and looks and putting together outfits. I love the uniqueness of everything [in London]. There is an electricity of people and fashion and culture and I'm inspired by that," she enthused.

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