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- May 10, 1999
- Vol. 51
- No. 17
Lucy Liu: Actress
Then again, she doesn't have to. On the day Ally's Greg Germann (Richard Fish) and Liu began their onscreen romance, "I looked at her and just went, 'Whoa!' " says Germann. "She's stunning," agrees her friend Colin Gray, an actor. "She has this incredible sexual aura around her."
For Liu, 30, such reactions still come as a surprise. Although she lately has been turning heads on the big screen as well (with roles in Payback, True Crime and next month's Austin Powers sequel), during her childhood in Queens, N.Y., "the popular girls were all blondes," she says. The youngest of three children born to Chinese immigrants, "I wanted to be Barbie and I was as opposite to Barbie as you could get." The bowl haircuts she regularly got from her mother didn't help. But Mom did pass along one proven beauty trick. "She used to slather Vaseline on her face every night, and she looks great," says the unmarried Liu, who has traded up to pricey Yonka moisturizer. "I can't live without it. I have to have it for my face, and for my hair, which is long and can get tangled."
Liu also swears by treatments of olive oil and lavender to keep those locks "shiny and smelling nice," and stays fit practicing martial arts. With Ling-like confidence, she adds, "Maybe in 10 years I'll do something with my hair, like cut it short. But I feel lucky—there's really nothing to change."
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