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Reese Witherspoon: 'One lipstick is never enough!'

Published 20/01/2016

Reese Witherspoon
Reese Witherspoon

Reese Witherspoon has revealed some of her must-have items.

Actress Reese Witherspoon always carries at least three different lipsticks in her favourite handbag.

The 39-year-old never fails to look great, whether out and about or hitting up the red carpet to promote one of her movies, and during a chat with the American edition of Harper's Bazaar, Reese opened up about some of her must-have items.

"I fill my Saint Laurent Du Jour bag
 with a Chia bar, Extra gum, and three different lipsticks," she laughed. "Brightly coloured Nars lipsticks are my 
beauty go-to's."

Reese doesn't just rely on lipstick to switch up her looks however - she loves to try different eye make-up too, and one product in particular helps make her blue eyes pop.

"Another beauty must: I always use 
Tom Ford eyeliner in Metallic Mink," she added.

The Oscar winner also makes sure she smells great wherever she goes, and recently discovered Aerin Lauder's Amber Musk eau de parfum.

"I don't go anywhere without a spritz," she confessed.

When it comes to clothes, Reese knows exactly what she likes, having started her own fashion line, Draper James, in May last year (15).

"I can't have enough Draper James
 denim shirts - they go with everything!" she said, before confessing to being a bit of a shoe addict as well.

"My closet is full of three-inch pumps in lots 
of colours, especially ones by Gianvito Rossi (and) I love Erdem's gorgeous lace dresses and prints. It was one of my favorite collections this season."

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