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When you’re one of the most beautiful women in the world, it’s a lot of pressure to look good. But like everything else thrown at 46-year-old Angelina Jolie, it doesn’t seem to put her in sync. The actress and director is also known for her philanthropic work, which explains her belief that the best way to be beautiful is through the intellect. “I often tell my daughters that the most important thing they can do is develop their minds,” Angelina wrote in an essay for IT. âYou can always put on a pretty dress, but it doesn’t matter what you wear outside if your spirit isn’t strong. There is nothing more attractive – you could even say enchanting – than a woman with an independent will and her own opinions.
Angelina doesn’t shy away from growing old – in fact, she kisses him. âI look at myself in the mirror and I see that I look like my mother, and it warms me up,â she said. In the style. âI also see myself getting older, and I love that because it means I’m alive, I’m living and I’m getting old. I don’t like having a random dark spot from pregnancy, of course. I see my flaws. But what I see that I like is not a structure or an appearance. It’s more that I see my family in the face. I see my age. And we see a stunner that gets more beautiful over time, here’s how she does it.
She started to see a young dermis.
At 11, to be exact. âI have had the same dermatologist since I was 11; her name is Rhonda Rand, âAngelina said. âMy mother took me to her home when I was little with my first scar. Having someone who is very encouraging to be as natural as possible has really helped me, I think. Those lessons stuck with her, as she always keeps her routine as simple and natural as possible.
She never skips the sunscreen.
Angelina has always practiced sun protection, which is the key to eternal youth. âShe’s using sunscreen so early to protect her skin,â Angelina’s dermatologist Dr. Rand told Refinery29. “She knew that the sun is not good for the skin in general – in terms of pigmentation issues and that She’s also good at wearing hats, which is so important. She hydrates a lot and hydrates a lot, but still a great deal. times, it’s the sun protection that’s going to keep you from aging more than anything. “
She knows how to balance her makeup.
We’ve all heard this rule before: pick a feature and play it. This is something Angelina follows. âI do either black eyes or red lips,â she said. âI have big, very full features, so if I did everything I would look a bit like a clown. It would be justâ¦ a lot.
Angelina isn’t afraid to do makeup herself either and can do it when duty calls her. âI don’t want to depend on a makeup artist,â she said. âI’m much more comfortable with just a little concealer for my dark circles. This is my main thing.
She is not exaggerating with the treatments.
While her fluffy lips and perfect nose may have inspired many people to seek out cosmetic surgeons, Angelina has never seen one herself, but she doesn’t judge those who have. “I didn’t do anything and I don’t think I will,” she told the UK Daily mail. âBut if that makes someone happy, it’s up to them to decide. I don’t walk in someone else’s shoes to find out what makes them feel better about themselves. But I don’t intend to do it myself.
However, she used laser treatments. “When I got pregnant I had darker areas [on my face] which has become darker. So I do IPL [intense pulsed light] every now and then, âAngelina said.
She’s a minimalist makeup artist.
“The thing about [Angelina] does she never wear makeup unless she is working out – that’s probably another reason her skin looks great, âDr Rand said. âShe’s also good at removing makeup. I know her makeup artist is very careful with what she puts on her skin and takes good care of it when she is working. “
She keeps her skin care routine simple and sticks to it.
âShe is lucky to have her mother’s beautiful olive skin,â Dr. Rand said. âShe’s always been so natural-looking, so she never had to do much. It was really just sunscreen, a good cleanse with a gentle, gentle cleanser, antioxidants, sometimes glycolics [acids], and natural products. A little bit of alpha hydroxy [acids] are good too, and they are very natural. She doesn’t need heavy scrubs or products with a lot of chemicals.
“When she travels she takes a good skin care regimen with her [including] alpha hydroxys or antioxidants, âsaid Dr. Rand. âThere is one of my products that she loves: Dermbasics RR Perfection Cream. It’s a chemical-free antioxidant sunscreen and a good thing to travel with. We also have another product that she loves and takes with her: Dermbasics Glycolic Acid Pads 20%. They remove the stratum corneum, increase collagen and elastin, keep pores clean and appear small, and reduce discoloration. “
She has her own definition of beauty.
âThe people I consider beautiful are the ones who don’t bow to someone else’s opinion of what is appropriate or beautiful,â Angelina said. âI’ve always been drawn to people who are unique, different and just themselves. It makes me a little sad when I see someone unable to live in their skin and not feeling comfortable in it. There are a lot of things in society that make people feel like this.
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