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Saturday 30 August 2014

Heather Graham shares yoga obsession

Heather Graham

Yoga helps Heather Graham feel good about herself from the "inside".

The Hangover star is known for her slim physique and always cuts a great shape on the red carpet.

Heather is a big fan of the toning exercise and finds she can't get enough of it.

“I think the secret to looking good is feeling good about yourself inside - which can be hard,” she explained to the US edition of OK! magazine.

“Yoga is my obsession. I love it! I would rather be doing yoga than most other things.”

In the Hollywood industry it can be easy to get hung up on looks.

Heather has her own quirky methods for staying confident.

“I make gratitude lists and share them with friends to remember to be grateful for all the good things in my life," she smiled, adding her advice to her younger self would be: “Turn off the people-pleaser part of my brain! It’s a problem.”

At a recent charity event in Los Angeles, the beautiful blonde looked great with natural make-up and loose, wavy hair.

Heather's beautician Victoria Rowe revealed how she achieved the 43-year-old's look for the fashion event to benefit the Cambodian Children’s Fund Charity.

“Two eyeliner colours are a must! On Heather, I used POP Eye Liner in Blue on the bottom, and the Pixi Endless Silky Eye Pen in Copper Glow on the top. To bring the eyes out even more and to volumise the lashes, (which is perfect for any spring-ready eye), I continued with the Pixi Large Lash Mascara in Black," she explained to

“I topped it off with some fresh colours on the lids from the Pixi Eye Cube, which has an assortment of shimmery spring-ready colours.”

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