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Olivia Munn: I splash on skincare

Published 23/11/2015

Olivia Munn
Olivia Munn

Olivia Munn's top beauty tip is using concealer under her nose to instantly make it appear lifted.

Olivia Munn has never regretted a single penny she has spent on her skin.

As an actress Olivia is always in front of the camera, so has to make sure her face looks its best at all times. To do this she regularly invests in expensive skincare products and practices, and admits no cost is too great when it comes to her face.

"(My beauty extravagance is) regular facials," she told Allure. "Microdermabrasion. I've regretted buying a purse, a vacation... but I've never regretted money I've spent on my skin.

"(My top skin concern is) the texture. I'm big about keeping my pores small and exfoliating every day."

Skin isn't the only area Olivia invests in; she's also devoted to her tresses. The Newsroom actress sports raven-coloured locks, which she's worn both short and long in the past. Currently she's grown her hair out, showing off long waves on the red carpet at Saturday's (21Nov15) All-Star Dog Rescue Celebration at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California.

"(My perfect hair day is) getting a blow out," she revealed. "It's so tiring doing it yourself, so I never end up doing it.

"(My worst hair mistake) - oh man, search 'Olivia Munn Tommy Hilfiger' and you'll see. My bun is so extreme, it's just too much."

Over the years Olivia has picked up plenty of hints and tips when it comes to beauty, and one of her favourites is how to alter the appearance of her nose.

"Concealer under your nose instantly lifts and make it look more refreshed," she smiled.

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