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Wednesday 1 June 2016

Jessica Alba: Grace Kelly is my beauty idol

Published 26/07/2014

Jessica Alba
Jessica Alba

Jessica Alba thinks Grace Kelly's look is "timeless".

The beautiful actress has become a fashion icon and many of her fans covet her red-carpet looks. But even the most glamorous women on the planet look up to someone.

"I love Grace Kelly," she gushed to the US edition of OK! magazine. "She's so ladylike and polished! Her flawless style will always be timeless."

Jessica, 33, has had two children with husband Cash Warren - daughters Honor and Haven - but she still looks very youthful. This is down to the fact that she always uses moisturising products.

"With my dry skin, powder can get cakey - or worse, just settle into every little line," she sighed.

"I'm completely obsessed with Koh Gen Do Maifanshi Moisture Foundation."

Jessica generally keeps her style classic, favouring clean lines and elegant cuts. However, she spices things up with accessories.

"I layer on necklaces and bracelets," she explained. "Even if I'm wearing basics like jeans and a blouse."

Running after two children keeps Jessica fit, but she also makes time for exercise classes. The star favours indoor cycling, as she's not keen on anything "repetitive".

The Honey actress also keeps an eye on what she eats and is known for owning The Honest Company, which favours natural products.

Her meals will always feature fruit, vegetables and lean meats.

"The USDA certified organic label is a must for me," she said.

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