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Paris Hilton: Gloss over lipstick

Published 30/05/2015

Paris Hilton
Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton has revealed her top beauty rules.

The socialite has put her name to clothes, bags and perfumes in recent years. Coupled with her regular attendance on the red carpet, the 34-year-old definitely knows a thing or two about fashion and beauty and during a chat with British magazine Closer, she revealed some of her top beauty secrets.

“I prefer gloss over lipstick, I’ve always been much more of a gloss kind of girl,” she said. “I really like MAC’s Plushglass lip glosses as they’re super-shiny and the colours are so cute.”

While Paris is heiress to the Hilton chain of hotels and has a luxury lifestyle, when it comes to products she doesn’t always believe that the more expensive an item is, the better it is. In fact, when it comes to her lips, one of her go-to products is a budget buy.

“You don’t have to spend a fortune on all beauty products. I always carry a tin of Smith’s Minted Rosebud Salve in my bag as it’s so soothing for chapped lips,” she confessed. “It’s a bargain and really works!”

As well as looking after her lips, Paris makes sure to take good care of her hair too. While her tresses have been various lengths over the years, her locks are now long and that means more care and attention is required.

“My hair can get pretty damaged from all the styling and travelling I do, so I use a hydrating Kérastase masque once a week to keep it feeling strong and healthy,” she added.

Paris is quite the jetsetter, and while on the go, she makes sure to have the best time-saving products with her.

“If I’m doing a photo shoot or going out last minute and haven’t had time to get a tan, I’ll use Sally Hansen Airbrush Legs,” she said. “The spray adds glow and covers imperfections in a flash.”

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