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Blake Lively's 'little love potion'

Published 16/01/2014

Blake Lively
Blake Lively

Blake Lively reveals her favourite beauty products.

The former Gossip Girl star revealed which perfume she describes as "a little love potion."

Blake admitted during the interview with British magazine InStyle that she sprays the perfume whenever she needs comforting.

"When I'm out of town and away from a loved one, I spray Gucci's Première EDP on my pillow and on my sweater to remind me of home," she told the publication. "It's like a little love potion."

Blake is definitely a lady in love, having married fellow actor Ryan Reynolds in September 2012.

Blake is also the face of Gucci Première and always looks immaculate with glowing skin and glossy locks.

And when it comes to her hair the 26-year-old revealed she still practices a top tip she got off of her mum.

"My mum shared this great tip: put coconut oil on the ends of your hair before you shower," she said.

"It acts as a barrier, so the shampoo takes oil out of the roots only, and the ends stay soft and moisturised."

Being an attractive actress in Hollywood means Blake is always having her picture taken, even when she's off duty.

But during the chat with InStyle she revealed the product which helps her be camera ready at all times.

"If you look at skin before and after you've used L'Oreal's Skin Perfection Day Cream, it's amazing, like it's been airbrushed," she enthused.

Blake was announced as the new face of L'Oreal Paris in October.

Another product from the range that she swears by is their Color Riche Extraordinaire Liquid Lipstick.

"[It's] somewhere between a lipstick and a lip gloss. The pigment is amazing and the fuchsia colour is my favourite shade," she said.

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