Rose BYRNE, 32
"The first person I remember thinking was beautiful was my mom. She never really wore much makeup, some Clinique powder and a bit of red lipstick. That concept of being natural has stuck with me and my sisters."
"My skin is very sensitive-I get red really quickly-so I wear tinted SPF moisturizer sunscreen every day and I use rose hip oil. It's a lovely gentle oil to put on your face. It's noninflammatory, and it moisturizes as well. I also avoid eating anything too spicy."
Julie BOWEN, 43
"As a kid I didn't mess around with makeup at home. It was different then. Now, even my sons will mess around with makeup. At 16 or 17, I started using eyeliner. My sisters both had beautiful blue eyes, and I always felt like their piggy brown-eyed sister, so I thought eyeliner helped my eyes."
"The last time I went to the dermatologist, she told me to get a Clarisonic brush. It's a spinning brush. I've been using it twice a day on my face and it's unbelievable."
Paris JACKSON, 14
THE KING OF POP'S DAUGHTER
"My grandmother [Katherine Jackson] doesn't like it when I wear makeup. I can understand why-foundations aren't always good for your skin. When I spend the weekend at my friend's house, we usually have one night where we wash our faces and use those nose things for our pores. They're really cool!"
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Zooey DESCHANEL, 32
"I've gotten more comfortable with my looks as the years have gone on. All the things I like about myself go along with my flaws. I just have to accept those things."
BEAUTY ROUTINE "I put on sunblock in the morning and use organic stuff like Josie Maran, John Masters Organics and Clark's Botanicals. But I love dark eye makeup. It's stylized and evokes a certain era."
Lily COLLINS, 23
"I went to a Catholic school and makeup definitely was not encouraged-even nail polish. So I always loved experimenting, like for Halloween I would wear crazy lipstick colors. I went through a phase where I wore blue lipstick. My mom just let me embrace it even if she was like, 'Really?'"
GLAMOUR GAME PLAN
"For events I like to have a smoky eye and a very nude lip or a red lip and minimal eyes. I have long lashes and big eyebrows, so if I do both together it looks way too done."
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"It's amazing what your diet can do for your skin. I eat as many raw foods as I can. I have fruit for breakfast and a salad for lunch. I'm a vegetarian and I don't eat wheat, so I'm the world's most annoying dinner guest, but it really helps my skin."
"I do a honey mask a couple of times a week. I get it at Whole Foods-it's called Really Raw Honey. It's calming and it's nourishing. I can eat it too!"
Sandra LEE, 45
"I started taking care of my skin at a very young age. I don't wear a lot of makeup because I like my pores to be able to breathe, and I have exceptionally oily skin. I always sleep with my hair up on top of my head so I'm not sleeping on hair that's got product in it. I also don't use softeners on my sheets, because I don't like any of that stuff next to my skin."
"The one moisturizer I know works no matter what is Lubriderm. It's rich and creamy, it doesn't make my face break out, and it's affordable."
Paula PATTON, 36
MISSION IMPOSSIBLE-GHOST PROTOCOL
"I've always loved blush. I like the look of feeling like you've been dancing for hours, so I try to recreate it. But now that I have a son, I have to just put on sunglasses and call it a day sometimes."
"If I could wear fake eyelashes every day I would. CoverGirl has this great mascara called Lash Fanatic that makes it look like you have on fake eyelashes, and I love that."
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