Eva Longoria: Don’t confuse being thin with being healthy
“People think health only has to do with your physical being, but for me, it’s so much more. I remember after my divorce, I was so thin and everyone kept saying how great I looked and it was probably the most unhealthy place I’ve ever been," she said. "So, it was funny what people would see as “healthy.” In my worst time, people were saying I’ve never looked better. [But now] I have a great diet and exercise routine. And I try to have a healthy outlook. I’m your everlasting, hopeless optimist!”
Salma Hayek: Don’t wash your face in the morning
“One strange tip -- don’t wash it in the morning, at all, never," she said in an interview. "Because at night your skin is rebuilding some of the oils that you need to keep your skin young, and it balances the pH. So, in the morning if you take them off -- you can splash it with water, do something mild, but you don’t want to get rid of that. And if your skin is dirty in the morning, it means you didn’t clean well at night.”
Madeleine Stowe: Don’t wrinkle your forehead
“My mother told me: ‘Stay out of the sun and don’t wrinkle your forehead.’ She used to scream when I made that expression that crinkles it. Now everyone thinks I’ve had Botox, and I have to make that face to prove I haven’t," she said in an interview with New Beauty.
Eva Mendes: Don’t do invasive procedures.
“I do get facials, but I don’t like anything invasive," she told us. "With my dark skin, even a peel will leave a stain. I’ve learned the hard way.”
Adriana Lima: Don’t wash your hair everyday.
“If you have dry hair, don’t wash everyday," she told Beauty High. "And if you have very, very dry hair wash once a week! The oils help hair look better, but it also depends on activity if you sweat a lot everyday of course you should wash more often or use dry shampoo. But you have eto do whats good for your hair.”
Cote de Pablo: Don’t skimp on sleep
“Yes, I have to have eight hours a night!" she told Prevention. "I feel that everything falls apart if you don’t sleep. If I spend four hours memorizing dialogue but don’t sleep, then the next day I will not be able to stand in front of the camera and say my lines. For me, sleep is the number one thing.”
Eva La Rue: Don’t use darker foundation than you need.
“I’ve made the mistake of applying a darker foundation thinking it would give me a great golden-tan look, but then I had a distinct line at my jawline and my neck didn’t match my face at all! And unfortunately, my beauty mistakes are on the internet forever," she told us.
Demi Lovato: Don’t pick at your skin.
Her longtime Esthetician René Rouleau told Seventeen: “The truth of the matter is, a blemish usually lasts 5-7 days, but the red or dark scar from picking at the blemish can linger for weeks or months.”
Shakira: Don’t pile on the makeup.
“I put vitamin E capsules from the pharmacy on my skin. They’ll make you glow. And [I don’t wear] too much makeup. Sometimes I look at pictures from when I was 10 years younger, and I look older in those pictures," she told Yahoo! "I was wearing way too much makeup ‘cause I had a makeup artist then....It’s very important to keep it simple, so I try not to use too much, just to keep my skin clean and remove my makeup at night. I discovered that Vitamin C does wonders, so I apply Vitamin C every morning before I put my makeup on, or even if I don’t put makeup on!”
Sofia Vergara: Don’t use eyeshadows that clashes with your complexion.
“Honestly, there’s not a lot [of makeup] I won’t wear," she told Yahoo! "I think there was a time when everyone had these skinny, overplucked brows or they were penciled on -- and I could never pull that off. I also can’t really do the pastel eyeshadows -- they just don’t work with my coloring.”