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Léa Seydoux's jungle wrap

Published 01/10/2015

Léa Seydoux
Léa Seydoux

Actress Léa Seydoux is obsessed with skincare, so she's found herself having some weird and wonderful treatments over the years.

(Cover) - EN Star Style - Spectre actress Léa Seydoux once agreed to be wrapped in aloe vera leaves while in the jungle as she'd heard it was a good beauty treatment.

The 30-year-old star likes her skin to glow, so she's always on the hunt for the latest products and facials. This pursuit has seen her do some weird and wonderful things, with her experience in Mexico the one that sticks in her mind.

"I try to look after my skin," she told Britain's InStyle magazine. "I love Sisley oils and moisturisers, and I'm really into facials. When I'm in London, a woman called Adriana comes to my house and she does the best facials - they're crazy good. The weirdest treatments I've ever had was at the Imanta Resort in Mexico. We were in the middle of the jungle and I got wrapped in aloe vera leaves. It was a great experience."

Thanks to her job Léa has sported some unusual looks over the years. One of the most off the wall was the blue hair she rocked for 2013's Blue Is the Warmest Colour, something she both loved and hated because of the effect it had on her tresses.

"It ruined my hair!" she laughed. "I quite liked the blue, but all that colour really damaged it, so now I take supplements called Forcapil to help keep it healthy."

Luckily the star has a team she trusts to call on when she has a beauty mishap like this. She uses the same hair stylist when she is preparing for red carpet events as she knows the result will always be en pointe.

"I love the transformation, so I always get really excited (ahead of events)," she explained. "I like being a princess for a short moment. It's also nice to be able to play around with different looks and try things I wouldn't normally do myself. I've got an amazing hairdresser in London who colours my hair for films and helps to transform me."

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