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Saturday 31 January 2015

Macpherson's light-up tweezers

PARIS, FRANCE - JANUARY 20:  Elle Macpherson attends the Schiaparelli show as part of Paris Fashion Week Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2014> on January 20, 2014 in Paris, France.  (Photo by Pierre Suu/Getty Images)
Elle Macpherson

Elle Macpherson has to use light-up tweezers to tame her brows.

The actress-and-model always looks super preened, with not a hair out of place.

But when it comes to sorting out her brows, the 49-year-old admits she needs a little assistance in the form of clever gadgets.

Her favourite are La-Tweez Pro Illuminating Tweezers, which have a handy light built in.

"I love my tweezers with a light," she gushed to British magazine new!

"And I need a magnifying mirror because I can't see very well - eek!"

As a celebrity who often partakes in photoshoots, Elle likes to make sure her skin is silky smooth.

She uses the Rotating Dry Body Brush from her own range to suit her needs.

"My three beauty secrets are exfoliation, exfoliation, exfoliation!" she enthused.

"It increases circulation and rids the body of dead skin cells. This uses natural bristles from the Mexican agave plant so it's firm but gentle. I use it top to toe, every day."

Elle swears my Lucas' Pawpaw ointment for all kinds of skin issues, including cuticles, bites and chapped lips.

She also has a hairbrush on her at all times, as she believes glossy locks will save any style disaster.

The star is a traditional lady and has been using the same Guerlain fragrance for 30 years, but she does like to experiment with her nails.

"Nail foils are fun. They don't smudge and are quick and easy to put on. They're also the best way to work metallic nails, which are a great fashion accessory this season," she smiled.

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