Celebrity Fashion and Beauty Tips
Excellent genes are often attributed to the amazing bone structure and svelte figures of the professional models but for English model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, she’s not only physically blessed but also surprisingly talented. She has shown off her acting skills on the third installment of Transformers, replacing the void that Megan Fox left. First seen off the runways of Victoria’s Secret, her smoldering looks can set anything on fire without too much effort. She’s also no stranger to Mercedes fashion week where she rules the catwalks of Prada, Loewe and many more. She’s the endorser for Burberry’s newest fragrance and she’s now estimated to be worth $8 million. Currently, she also wants to be friends with another fashion icon Rihanna, according to an interview she did with the Irish Independent.
With her busy schedule and all those shoots, fashion shows and various red carpet appearances, she religiously follows these simple beauty tips in order to maintain that healthy glow. One doesn’t need to invest in expensive beauty treatments or over hyped beauty products and Rosie knows what she’s talking about. Your hair is your crowning glory and with great hair, it can certainly build up any woman’s confidence. Rosie’s hair stylist recommends a dry shampoo to keep those greasy roots at bay such as Klorane’s Gentle Dry Shampoo which uses oat milk to rejuvenate hair’s lost moisture. Thanks to this regimen, she looks eternally fresh and her hair shiny and full of volume which is evident on her newest Autograph lingerie line from M&S, which has been the chain’s fastest selling underwear range of all time. The range is available not just in the UK but also in Ireland, and Marks and Spencer Chief Executive Marc Bolland was optimistic when it was launched—he said that from that point there were “early signs of improvement in womenswear”. Apart from designing her own lingerie line, Rosie also appears alongside with actor Ryan Reynolds in a new campaign this fall which is available in all Dublin and Belfast branches.
Another secret of hers to feeling beautiful is not only by taking care of her looks but also wearing the right underwear. She tells the Telegraph, ‘That was what my expertise was,’ she says. ‘I know lingerie because I’ve worn it (professionally) for 10 years. I’ve learnt how women’s bodies work; I’ve learnt how my body works. I mean, if you’re not picking up something after 10 years, something is wrong.’ She also admits to collecting anything vintage where she picked up her inspiration for her new lingerie line, Autograph from Marks and Spencer, “I like to try everything on before it goes into production to really feel to products, see how they sit on the body and make sure I really want to wear them – and really understand the cuts and the fabrics of everything.”