11 Celebrity Beauty Secrets For Perfect Skin & Hair

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We all want to look our best at all the times of the day and especially on our wedding day. As we get older, certain changes become impossible to hide. But we wonder—how do our celebrities manage to look so young and fresh? Well, looking good is part of their job description. We surely can learn a thing or two from our favourite celebrities about taking care of our skin and hair. Why do we stress on skin and hair? Because skin is the largest organ in our body and staying beautiful outside makes one to feel beautiful inside. On the other hand, our hair is the part of our body that can change the way we look. A good hair cut can change the way people perceive or look at you. So, are you ready to learn some more of those much coveted celebrity beauty secrets?

Celebrity Beauty Secrets for Perfect Hair:

  1. “Make sure you brush your hair right, by understanding the way they behave to avoid having a bad hair day” says Anne Hathway.
  2. Today, as our hair is exposed to pollution and dust all around, we need to massage them regularly to make them nourished. It is equally important to condition the hair once in a week. “Good hydration keeps hair bright and shiny and gives it the amazing look at all times that it deserves”, says Sally Hershberger.
  3. According to the beautiful Jessica Alba “Always keep a blow dryer and hair straightener at your disposal, you never know when you might need one. Also keep a keratin based product to keep your hair strong and shiny.”
  4. Deepika Padukone suggests to wash the hair with cool water and to use a suitable mild shampoo to keep the hair shiny and healthy.
  5. Vidya Malvade opines that trying Ayurveda is one of the best tricks for perfect hair. She recommends Shirodhara for strong and beautiful hair.

Celebrity Beauty Secrets for Beautiful, Radiant and Glowing Skin:


  1. Aishwarya Rai says that the use of cucumber at the end of the day is the perfect way to keep the skin cool, relaxed, and fresh. She also suggests using homemade face pack, consisting of gram flour, yoghurt and milk for cleansing.
  2. The use of Acai berry tablets and wheatgrass powder is the secret behind Katrina Kaif’s ever glowing and beautiful skin. Apart from that she also recommends to consume aloe vera juice regularly to keep the skin free of any trouble.
  3. Many celebrities, like Madonna, also advocates for regular exercise and yoga to keep the body fit and the skin glowing. Working out removes all kinds of toxins from the body through sweat.
  4. The svelte Shilpa Shetty recommends the use of baby and coconut oil to remove makeup. She is of the opinion that the secret behind beautiful, radiant, and glowing skin is to avoid using harsh products on the skin. She also suggests washing your skin with water regularly. Doing so has dual advantage as it removes the makeup and keeps the skin moisturized and nourished.
  5. Kirby from Neutrogena is of the opinion that all women should wear sunscreen when they step out of their home to keep their skin protected from the harmful rays of the sun.
  6. Both Gywneth Paltrow and Jennifer Lopez swear by the benefits of a good night’s sleep! A good night’s sleep can keep your skin looking rested, happy, radiant, and glowing.

The first thing that any celebrity will tell you is to embrace your natural look and love yourself the way you are! This universal tip applies to each one of us. Once we have the confidence, we can use some of these tips to step out in style.

With these celeb tips, even you can show off your luscious locks and glowing skin. These are simple cost-effective steps that anybody can incorporate into their daily routine—you do not need to spend thousands to get it right!

Do you have a beauty secret for beautiful skin and hair? Do share with us in the comments section.

Author : This guest blog was contributed by Chetana, a makeup artist from India and founder of StyleCraze.com – India’s largest beauty network. She is completely addicted to makeup & beauty especially the colour play and the processes involved.

Images: Via Flickr and Wikimedia Commons

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