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Felicity Jones: I'm a tomboy

Published 29/12/2012

Felicity Jones
Felicity Jones

Felicity Jones has admitted she doesn't find it easy to be a traditional girly girl as she is a "tomboy" deep down.

The actress-and-model doesn't feel pampering herself or trying new beauty products is fun.

Felicity keeps her beauty routine simple but will treat herself to the occasional pedicure at a top end salon when she wants to feel special.

"I'm quite a tomboy so all the beauty treatment stuff doesn't come that naturally, apart from the occasional Cowshed Pedicure- they're so luxurious," Felicity told the January edition of British Company magazine. "And I do try to look after my skin. I always take my make-up off before I go to bed and I moisturise with an SPF 15."

Felicity is the face of Dolce & Gabbana's new Animalier Signature Make-Up Collection. The brunette revealed that despite her laid back beauty routine, she has black eyeliner with her at all times so she can transform her style into an instant rock chick look.

"I always have to have black kohl eyeliner in my handbag - that's my absolute go to essential," Felicity explained.

The British star also has a relaxed attitude when it comes to working out. The laid back Londoner says she likes exercise that keeps her interested, so she mixes up her fitness regime with various different classes.

"I still haven't succumbed to the gym, but I've found this place called Frame. It's an amazing exercise place in east London, with loads of different classes , so you don't ever get bored," Felicity explained. "My favourite class is box fit. I swim too."

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