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Sienna Miller: 'Surgery is a no-no'

Published 10/05/2016

Sienna Miller
Sienna Miller

Sienna Miller believes happiness and contentment are keys to looking good.

Actress Sienna Miller would never want to resort to surgery to maintain her beauty.

The American Sniper star always manages to look great even though she has to balance a busy work schedule with parenting her three-year-old daughter, Marlowe, and in a new interview with the U.S. edition of Vogue, she admits she is trying to make a conscious effort to look after her skin.

"I just think beautiful skin is the best thing," she said. "I’m trying to be better at having facials and maintenance. I don’t want to have surgery, so I just think you have to try and take care of what you’ve got."

When she doesn't have time for a facial, Sienna has some quick fix products, which help her look her best.

"There’s a Burberry shading stick, which is really useful for light contouring on your nose and (cheekbones) and temples," she continued. "I don’t really have big eye sockets, so I do it there. I always look better with a little bit of a tan, so sometimes I’ll just cheat and put fake tan on.

"There’s a Sisley one that’s really good, and I’ve got a Bobbi Brown one and a La Mer one."

The 34-year-old somehow manages to maintain a decent work out regime around her parenting duties and filming schedule, attending yoga classes three times a week when she's in London and SoulCycle sessions when she is in Los Angeles.

While Sienna likes to exercise and eat healthily, she thinks there's more to feeling good.

"I really genuinely believe that you can do all the healthy eating and all the exercise in the world, but that people look their best when they are content in some way," she explained. "So the focus maybe should be less aesthetic and more like, 'How do I feel good and balanced and happy?'"

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