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Halle Berry: Lipstick should withstand kissing!

Published 12/07/2015

Halle Berry
Halle Berry

Halle Berry has regular facials to consult professionals on how she should be treating her skin.

The 48-year-old actress often shares beauty tips and is envied for her youthful appearance. She's currently loved up with husband Olivier Martinez, so knows a thing or two about what make-up is best for a romantic moment.

"If you want to do a little smooching, you need a lipstick that's guaranteed to stay put! For a date, I keep most of my make-up simple and then add a dash of colour," she advised to Marie Claire UK. "I love Revlon Ultra HD Lipstick in Sweet Pea - it doesn't contain wax, so it feels really light and it's long-lasting too."

Halle glows when on the red carpet and puts this down to applying a "good, flawless base". But when she isn't working she keeps things light to give a more natural look.

While she may appear to have an ever-clear complexion, Halle admits her skin doesn't always behave and is often changing.

"That's why I like regular facials and consult the professionals on what my skin needs at that moment in time," she added. "I look for skincare products that are geared towards women in their forties. I always have Kinara's Red Carpet Facial Kit (a peel) and Weightless Moisturiser to hand. I use a rose-water spray on my face - it's so refreshing and gives my skin a dewy finish."

Her cropped tresses are another iconic part of her recognisable look and along with it being such an effortless hairstyle, Halle feels as though she has nothing to hide with such as short do.

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