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Thursday 26 May 2016

Keri Russell: Moisturising is a must

Published 05/06/2014

Keri Russell
Keri Russell

Keri Russell uses "thick, heavy" moisturisers.

The 38-year-old actress often sports a dewy complexion and highlights her flawless features with a spot of make-up. Speaking about her skin-care regime, Keri shared her secret to looking so youthful.

"Moisturise, moisturise, moisturise! Pile it on. I like all the thick, heavy ones," she told Refinery29. "Even if they're for nighttime, I'll use them during the day. I like Astara's rich one. And, Dr. Hauschka. There's a Shiseido rich eye cream I've been using for a long time that I really love, too."

Remaining modest about her looks, Keri also shared a particular creation she turns to to get the finished effect. When doing her own make-up, The Americans actress likes to emphasise a particular area of her face.

"I don't think I ever consider my skin to be glowing. Tina Turnbow is the product I use to achieve that look," she added. "I'm really liking a dark, thick, messy brow these days."

It's not just her stunning facade which the brunette star is admired for. Her taste in clothes is another area Keri is passionate about and she always welcomes new tips from those around her on what to wear.

"Again, I have some great help from people I admire with great style," she smiled. "Frank Fleming, a costume designer I met on a film years ago, is great. He gives me good advice and helps me find things that I feel comfortable in and also some special things when that's needed for an event. I think people should wear whatever makes them feel good. And, be yourself."

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