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Wednesday 25 November 2015

Christina Ricci: Sleeps keeps wrinkles at bay

Published 05/02/2013

Christina Ricci
Christina Ricci
Christina Ricci
Christina Ricci

Christina Ricci believes a good night’s sleep will keep wrinkles at bay.

The 32-year-old is famed for her flawless skin and stunning good looks.

Whereas many stars swear by complicated beauty regimes, the actress likes to keep things simple.

“A huge beauty trick I’ve found is to try to get at least eight hours of sleep every night,” she confessed to OK!

“Personally, when I’m not working, I get ten hours. I think it’s an anti-ageing secret. I mean, my mother’s 70, and she sleeps ten hours a day, too, and she looks really damn good.”

However, sleep alone isn’t enough to keep wrinkles at bay.

“Always take good care of your skin. Wash, keep it really clean and drink tons and tons of water,” she advised.

In addition to her complexion-boosting tricks, the star likes to keep her eyebrows groomed.

“I suggest not to over-pluck. If in doubt, do see a professional,” she warned.

The style icon has teamed up with Make Up For Ever to help launch their Remix bag.

The cosmetics pouch is made of leather and features studs, as well as small red-lip prints.

“I was lucky enough to get to collaborate on the design for it,” she smiled.

“What I love about the design is the red lips we put on it, because I think that red lips are iconic, and nothing represents make-up - or glamour, really - better than red lips.”

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