Alyssa Milano's Homerun Beauty Regimen

09/13/2007 at 11:00 AM ET

Kyle Christy

It was “out of necessity” that actress Alyssa Milano created Touch, her exclusive line of women’s Major League Baseball attire. “I got very tired of going into stadium shops and not finding anything cute and fashionable that fit my body and that wasn’t pink,” says Milano, an avid baseball fan (she writes the Touch ‘Em All blog on mlb.com and was just named a post-season correspondent for the TBS Hot Corner, the baseball broadband channel on mlb.com). Next year her line will expand to include girls fashions and headwear, but right now Milano is prepping for the post-season. So what does beauty on the baseball field mean? Here are Milano’s fangirl musts:

1. Sunscreen: “I use sunscreen by Corrective Skin Care. It’s a company out of Utah and I love their products because they are all natural.”

2. Makeup: “I use Sheer Cover, a mineral makeup with sunscreen in it. It doesn’t clog your pores and you can sweat in it and it still stays in place.”

3. Lip balm:Chap Stick at the games. If I show up in lip gloss it’s soon gone because of all the nachos I eat.”

4. Comfy shoes: “I wear either Converse low-tops or something comfortable that I can get around the stadium in.”

5. A hat. “I always wear hats to day games. I wear the franchise cap.”

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Stacey on

I can’t believe I didn’t think of this! I use to work at the Pirates Clubhouse and hated the big bulky sport jerseys, T’s and hats that were specifically made for men. The pink items are an insult to women who are real sporting fans although I do own a pink Steeler hat(because it’s the only hat that is flattering). Thank you Alyssa. I hope someone starts to create more woman’s football and hockey wear. I hear Reebok just ventured into it:) I’m a girly girl, but I love the Steelers and Penguins and I don’t want to dress like a boy or look like cotton candy to support my teams!

dawn on

That looked like a list of her paid endorsements. Only thing that didn’t have a company brand stuck to it was the hats but she is being paid bye mlb.

Andrea on

They’re all surprisingly inexpensive things that a lot of woman use these days. I use Sheer Cover and Chap Stick. They are great, natural products. As far as the sunscreen, I don’t know much about it. But I’m all for natural. It’s pretty cool how she designed flattering clothing for women when it comes to sports.

alia on

lol at the #3 nachos comment:)…

It’s great that Alyssa did this…I was waiting for someone to bring a clothing line out for woman sports-fans…like myself.
I’ve seen some of the line and the clothing is very cute…and it’s not all pink—thank god—
I don’t know who had the idea that pink and baseball go together?!?
Just b/c we’re girls doesn’t mean we have to wear pink all of the time!
~~Smart gal to do this~~
U Rock Alyssa…

Kirby on

I really wish she would design football gear for women! It’s so hard to find something cute that acutally fits the right way. Plus, I hate all the pink and pastel colors. I want to wear my team’s colors!!

shopaholic on

Alyssa looks great covered up! Love the idea and especially love her jeans. Any ideas who makes her jeans. I’d like to get some.

Barb on

Yay, Alyssa! I’m a sportsfan who happens to be female and I hate pink. — a Barbie who hates pink!

Ava on

“They are great, natural products.”

Dear Andrea,

As if. Try looking at the list of ingredients. Try looking to see what the environmental effects of these are. Then try looking for a truly natural, safe alternative.
I’m sick of all these idiots out there who think that just because they’ve been using a product since they were five, that means it’s all natural. Or that since there’s ylang ylang in it, it’s got to be an organic product. Next time, stop by your local health food store and pick up a lip balm that actually is all natural and organic for $2.99.
Do your research kiddo. It’s not that tough.
Oh, and please stop spreading lies about the quality of the ingredients in drug-store brands.

Sincerely,
Ava.

Yvonne on

Alyssa,
I have been TRYING to get ahold of either your company, Majestic, Team Enterprises, etc. to show ALL of the sports apparel I have either made, altered, bedazzled, etc. (not to mention ALL of the ideas I have!). All to no avail. I see that you’re in Chicago this Friday but I am a Flight Attendant and can’t get out of my trip (gets in Fri eve around midnight). Please, please, PLEASE contact me! My ideas and your line of clothing would fit hand-in-glove! (No pun intended from a die hard Packers fan!)

Yvonne

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