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Jessica Alba's glowing workout

Published 03/07/2016

Jessica Alba
Jessica Alba

Jessica Alba is into wearing bright eyeshadows this summer (16).

Jessica Alba has no interest in exercising, but does love the glow it gives her.

The Hollywood star is never seen with blemishes or breakouts; in fact she looks fabulous at all times when she's in the spotlight. Speaking to Britain's Boots Health & Beauty magazine, Jessica shared a few of the secrets to her flawless complexion.

"I have to admit, I find exercise boring, but I feel great afterwards - and my skin glows," she smiled. "I motivate myself with some pumping tunes, or I'll make a date to work out with a friend; you can't bail on them, so it gets your butt to the gym!

"I'm very practical, so products need to multitask to earn a place in my bathroom cabinet. Generally, I'm pretty relaxed."

The 35-year-old is so laidback that she doesn't feel awkward or embarrassed stepping out with frizzy hair and has often rushed out the house without shaving her legs. However she epilates now, ensuring a quick and easy fix when the time calls for it.

Wearing SPF is a big part in maintaining her clear, undamaged facade, though this means she needs to give her face a good clean every evening.

Jessica may be all about simplicity but she's happy to jazz things up for a date night with her husband Cash Warren.

"I'm into wearing brighter shades on my eyes at the moment: I like to go for greens or blues in the summer," she added. "I'm not very good at powder eyeshadows, though, as they can get a bit messy, so I use eyeshadow crayons to give me more control."

As for her base make-up Jessica simply puts a spot of concealer, cream blush and mascara on for coverage, letting her true beauty shine through.

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