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Eva Longoria talks beauty regime

Published 01/11/2015

Eva Longoria
Eva Longoria

Actress Eva Longoria loves beauty, but still tries to be low-maintenance when she isn't working.

Actress Eva Longoria prides herself on being a "sun-block bully" so never leaves the house without her factor 50 in place.

The former Desperate Housewives star is a beauty fiend and loves whiling away time by applying products. One thing she is never without is suntan lotion, which she wears year round and ensures her loved ones do to.

"My morning beauty regime starts with an SPF50 - I campaign for melanoma awareness among Latinas so I'm a sun-block bully," she told Hello! Fashion Monthly. "I wear a lot of make-up at work, but normally I'm very low maintenance. I apply bronzer all over, then mascara; it's my make-up must-have. I'm addicted to L'Oreéal Paris Volume Million Lashes - it's the blackest black."

One of the star's favourite things to do is to jet to Mexico City where her boyfriend Jose Antonio Baston and some of her family live. She spends a great deal of time there so doesn't tend to take clothes when she visits, but make-up is a whole other ball game.

"I have a closet full of clothes there, so I would only pack a big bag of beauty products and make-up brushes," she laughed. "I'm a Texas pageant girl, so I'm big on beauty!"

Eva isn't joking when she says that - her perfect lazy Sunday afternoon would involve either cleaning her closet or clearing out her cosmetics bag. She's big on fashion as well and enjoys trawling shops to find things for her wardrobe.

"A perfect shopping spree would be spent finding a crisp white shirt or tailored pencil skirt," she said. "I’m not really into trends or fads. Victoria Beckham is my fashion inspiration, she does it so effortlessly. Because I’m really into comfort, I love Tkees flip flops too.”

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