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Aging gracefully is important to Jennifer Aniston, but it’s really important to her fiancé Justin Theroux. The actress reveals that her longterm boyfriend would be extremely upset if she ever got any type of facial injections or went under the knife.
Hopefully, you’ve been practicing safe sun all summer long, but just in case, we have a PSA reminder for you, and it’s from an unlikely source — style personality Rumer Willis.
The star cameos in a risqué PSA video for sunscreen created by Broadway performer Constantine Rousouli. The video, titled “SPF,” is a spoof of Ariana Grande’s summer anthem “Problem,” featuring Australian rapper Iggy Azalea.
There’s a lot to love about these a rash guards. The stylish side of us loves them because they look so cute and sporty with a bikini bottom, the don’t-wanna-do-crunches-and-push-ups side of us loves them because they make the upper body look slimmed-down and all smoothed-out, while the side of us that doesn’t want to get skin cancer (not to mention premature wrinkles and sun spots) loves them because they offer SPF50 protection. Like we said, a lot to love, especially since the ones in the video below are affordable, plus they come with an exclusive discount (an extra 10% off orders over $50, plus free shipping, with the code PEOPLE10).
Rash guards have become a summer staple for editors here, and these are some of the best styles we’ve tried. The cut is as flattering as it gets and the colors and little details (like the contrast zippers and buttons at the side) are fun and vacation-ready.
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If you can wipe yourself off with a towel, you can master using this self-tanner. If you have five minutes to spare, you’ve got time to give yourself an allover glow with this self-tanner. And if you can type PEOPLE10, you can get an exclusive discount on this self-tanner.
Take it from someone who has tried dozens and dozens of at-home bronzers: It doesn’t get easier than this. These towelettes don’t require a PhD in self-tanning in order to avoid streaks, splotches, stains on your clothes and orange spots. All you have to do is swipe a towel over your body, let it try for a couple minutes then get dressed and wait for your glow to appear.
Within a few hours, you’ll look like you just came back from vacation … not like you spent the last few months in jeans and sweaters, hibernating during a Polar Vortex.
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Now all that’s left to do is break out those spring dresses and show off your tan!
And P.S. If you’re not looking to give yourself a tan, but you want your skin to just look more perfect, smoother and free of imperfections like cellulite, this other magical product, Prtty Peashun lotion, is for you.
Ask almost any actress on the red carpet for beauty secrets, and she’ll invariably say “Moisturize!” or “Use sunscreen!” Not Shailene Woodley. When asked for her best tip at Tuesday night’s L.A. premiere of Divergent, she said:
“Get in a bath and look at your body and be like, ‘Wow, thank you so much for hosting my mind and my heart,’ like as women you know, and also be pregnant with the world. I think that’s really beautiful beauty advice, like, close your eyes and think about all of the other women out there who aren’t in positions to be on a red carpet in Hollywood tonight enjoying this beautiful weather and all of these beautiful smiles and put those women in your womb and be pregnant with them and send them love.”
While that may be easier said than done, Woodley has offered up some simpler-to-follow (but still slightly out there) beauty advice in the past. If you’re looking to follow the Woodley plan for shiny hair and great skin, try some of the below tips.
Olivia Wilde may have picked up enough tricks from movie sets and her Revlon gig to DIY a holiday makeup look at home, but that doesn’t mean she’s ready to go pro. Even she has her beauty hangups.
“I wish I could do a red lip, but I’m more comfortable with a bold eye,” the actress told PEOPLE while promoting the Revlon’s new Age Defying Collection in N.Y.C. “I know once I do the eye, it’s done. Inevitably, I’m going to eat something [or] kiss someone hello, so I mess up lipstick pretty much immediately. I still love playing with different shades of lipstick, but if I’m going to a holiday party, and I want to feel super-confident I’m doing a metallic eye.”
And, she adds, the key good to eye makeup is clean, well-shaped brows. “It changes your face so much when you have your eyebrows filled in and softened,” she said. “I spent years trying to look like Kate Moss with wispy thin eyebrows, which was a horrible mistake and everyone told me not to do it. So now I’m obsessed.”