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January Jones averted brow disaster

Published 04/06/2016

January Jones
January Jones

January Jones no longer takes a long time to get ready since becoming a mother.

January Jones was relieved when her pencil-thin brows grew back.

The Mad Men actress currently sports thick, full brows, in a light brown colour to complement her blonde tresses. However her structured brows didn’t always look so good, with January recalling a time when fashion dictated thin brows were the must have look.

“Don’t over pluck your eyebrows,” she told Britain’s InStyle of here top beauty hack. “When I was little, I had a nervous tick when I’d pull them out at school and my mom warned me they wouldn’t grow back. I modelled briefly in the ‘90s and also did the Kate Moss super-thin brow thing against everyone’s advice. Luckily, they eventually grew back.”

Since finding fame as Betty on the ‘60s-set drama, January has become a red carpet regular. The 38-year-old recently stunned at the 13th Annual Inspiration Awards in Los Angeles, wearing a purple patchwork style dress and pointed white court shoes.

While she may have designer gowns and make-up artists at her disposal, January doesn’t actually take much time to get ready. She credits her speediness with becoming a mother to son Xander, four.

“Well, I’m much more efficient with my time,” she said when asked how her getting ready regime has changed since having Xander. “It really doesn’t take me very long to get ready. Any me-time is spent relaxing in the bath or doing an at-home facial, just because mentally it’s very restful. I’m also pretty good about taking vitamins and natural anti-virals because, since having my son, getting sick is like the worst thing ever.”

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