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Megan Fox: I make beauty products

Published 10/03/2014

Megan Fox
Megan Fox

Megan Fox is partial to creating "DIY" face masks.

The stunning actress gave birth to her second son with her husband Brian Austin Green, Bodhi, in February and they already have 17-month-old Noah together.

Despite having access to some of the best salons in the world, the 27-year-old prefers to make her own lotions and potions.

"One of my top skincare tips is a DIY facial treatment," she divulged to the latest edition of British InStyle magazine.

"I mix Eucerin's Aquaphor Skin Balm with Miaroma Grapeseed Oil to make a face mask. It's extremely hydrating and great for both dry and pregnancy skin."

Megan and Brian married in 2010 and met when she was just 18 and he was 30.

They regularly go out together to keep the spark alive and the star makes a special effort on these occasions.

"On date night, when I want to feel sexy, I'll spritz on Avon's Instinct for Her. It's a fresh scent but there's something really exotic about it, too," she said.

She also regularly likes to use vanilla oil as a fragrance, which she picks up from a grocery store.

The pretty brunette revealed that it reminds her of "baking cookies and cakes".

It's not only her perfume that Megan keeps low key - she also likes to tone down her make-up when she's not on screen or on the red carpet.

"I don't wear a lot of make-up when I'm not working, but I do always apply black mascara to make my eyes pop," she revealed.

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