Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 21 September 2014

Kirsten Dunst: I protect my décolletage

Kirsten Dunst

Kirsten Dunst has revealed the beauty products she simply can't live without.

The actress is famed for her porcelain skin and blonde locks, and admits that like everybody else she has an assortment of beauty favourites to help her fight the consequences of sun exposure and years of dying her hair.

Despite her busy schedule as an international film star, Kirsten, 31, has found a selection of must-have products that she will stick to applying regardless of time constraints.

"I always wear sunscreen on my décolletage. It's a problem area when you have fair skin. If I ever go on a hike, I slather sunscreen there and on my hands, more so than on my face," she told the UK edition of InStyle magazine. "Dior's BB cream pairs sunscreen and a bit of sheer foundation. I use it every day to perfect my complexion."

To keep her mane in top condition, Kirsten relies on a combination of repair oil and nourishing hair masks - if the time allows it.

"I have very dry ends from dyeing my hair blonde, so I apply Mythic Oil after I have towel-dried my hair," she explained. "I always think I should put on a hair mask but I hardly get the chance to do it. When I find the time, I use a repairing mask for colour-damaged hair."

When it comes to make-up, the Bacholerette star doesn't need a huge amount of products to make her look a million dollars.

"Mascara is my make-up must-have. I like Shu Uemura's because the formula doesn't clump your lashes together," Kirsten said. "The Tulipe lipstick from Chantecaille is one of my favourites. It's a really good orangey-red shade."

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