Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 2 August 2015

Gwyneth: I keep things fresh

Published 30/11/2013 | 11:00

Gwyneth Paltrow
Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth Paltrow doesn’t like to wear make-up when she’s not working.

The Oscar-winning actress fronts the Max Factor Modern Icon make-up campaign, but when she’s not working she prefers a bare face.

Gwyneth’s skin is of great importance to her and her fresh-faced complexion is down to her daily cleansing routine.

“My beauty regime is embarrassingly simple. I don’t wear much make-up if I’m not working. But I am good with moisturiser and I always wear mascara. I’m also hooked on Perricone MD’s No Foundation Foundation.

“I try to look after my skin as much as possible by keeping it fresh looking through exfoliating and moisturising. I’ve been obsessed with my Clarisonic [cleansing brush] ever since I started using it. It’s made a real difference,” she told Britain’s OK magazine.

The 41-year-old screen star explained that when it comes to a signature scent, a classic smell suits her best.

As the face of Hugo Boss’ Jour Pour Femme fragrance, Gwyneth says it’s the feminine notes in the perfume that keep her hooked.

“I really like Hugo Boss Jour Pour Femme. With a combination of delicate white flowers and vibrant citrus, it’s a feminine, elegant and sophisticated fragrance,” she explained.

Gwyneth this week teamed up designer Matthew Williamson to host a charity dinner, raising funds for Kids Company, a charity that provides support for vulnerable London children.

Wearing a floor length gown designed by Matthew, Gwyneth stayed true to her fresh-faced beauty look with simple make-up that drew attention to her glowing complexion.

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