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Sunday April 29, 2012 12:17 am
Olivia Wilde Won’t Pluck Her Eyebrows
Olivia Wilde refuses to pluck her eyebrows.
The 28-year-old actress - who is a global ambassador for cosmetics brand Revlon - says that when it comes to her face-framing brows, she prefers the natural look.
"I do not tweeze my eyebrows. I've been letting them grow out for years. I try to fill them in wherever nature has abandoned me. I've been going for a slightly lighter shade of brow color lately, with my lighter hair. I just fill in under the arch and soften them up a bit. My natural brows are quite pointy. I soften them so I look less like some evil Disney queen!"
The former brunette recently lightened her locks to blonde, but admits the coloring process has taken its toll on her hair: "I am really enjoying being a blonde. And I've also been letting my bangs grow out. [But] since the color, my hair has been a little dryer, so I have to kick it up a notch in terms of hair care."
With a hectic working schedule, Olivia relies on a simple, daily regime to keep her skin in top condition. "I just make sure to remove the makeup thoroughly at the end of the day. I usually wash my face twice. First, to remove all the makeup, and then again to really give my face a good scrub. I like to get it clean at the end of a workday on set, using a good hot towel. When I don't have to wear makeup, I don't, in order to give my skin a rest."
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