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Debra Messing's happy style

Published 24/04/2014

Debra Messing
Debra Messing

Debra Messing has advised people to feel "confident" in their taste in clothing.

The 45-year-old actress is known for her youthful style and recently revealed she dropped a staggering 20lbs thanks to healthy eating.

Sharing her tips on how to dress, Debra advised people focus on what makes them feel comfortable rather than other's opinions.

“You just have to feel confident in your taste, and be like, ‘I don’t care if no one else likes these, I like them, and I want to wear them and it makes me happy,’” she explained to StyleCaster. “It should be something that brings me joy and makes you feel like you’re creatively expressing yourself.”

To complement her fabulous figure, Debra wears dazzling ensembles for star-studded events. When it comes to the red carpet, the flame-haired beauty is often spotted rocking feminine suits and fur coats. She believes accessories are the key to completing an outfit.

“You just have to take a risk,” she added. “I think if you dress very simply, you can pick one bold accessory, and I don’t think it will ever look bad or not work.”

Alongside her successful acting career, Debra has also teamed up with allergy medication giant Zyrtec to create skincare products and make-up for those who suffer from aversions to certain things. She previously revealed her beauty regime, which helps relieve symptoms of allergies.

"No matter where I am, I travel with eye drops in my bag. The ones with saline help keep my eyes free and clear of pollen and dust. I have a great home remedy that I’d recommend to anyone who has dealt with that puffy face feeling," she said. "In a bowl, I soak a face cloth in aloe vera or cucumber juice and allow it to chill in the fridge. I then apply the cloth to my face for about ten minutes. The soothing ingredients in the cucumber and aloe – along with the cool temperature – can help relieve puffiness."

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