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Kate Hudson: I’m cuckoo about coconuts!

Published 21/04/2015

Kate Hudson
Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson thinks beauty "truly does come from the inside out".

The 36-year-old actress maintains a flawless complexion and never seems to have a bad hair day. This could be down to using her all-time favourite product at any given chance.

"It has always been pretty simple. I simply apply some sunscreen, use a little blush and lip gloss, and I'm out the door," she told of her beauty regime. "I also adore multi-use products such as coconut oil and Egyptian Magic. I use coconut oil on my skin, in my hair, pretty much anywhere possible! I love coconut oil because it feels so much lighter than other oils or lotions, and it still allows my skin to breathe, but still keeps it soft and moisturised."

Kate is a fan of natural products, aiming to "strike a balance" between organic and conventional brands in order to look after her skin.

That's not to say she doesn't experiment with her looks though and enjoys trying new make-up. One area in particular has got her creative juices flowing.

"Applying eyeliner to the inside of your upper eyelid will accentuate your eyes in a natural looking way. White eyeliner really opens them up while brown or black is more defining," she added. "Also, most make-up artists will tell you to go to sleep early and get your beauty rest. Beauty truly does come from the inside out; diet, exercise and hydration all play a part too."

Her mother, Goldie Hawn, is always on hand to share her expertise too. This could be where she gets her outlook on things, as Kate reveals her mum believes beauty is reflected through someone's personality.

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