Emma Watson is known for playing a perky and quick-witted Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter film series turns a year older today. The actress has vowed audiences with her performance in the Harry Potter series. She started her acting career at the age of 9, the 30 year old actress has learnt quite a few helpful tips along her way on perfectioning the art of makeup, which she revealed in many of her interviews, including her own beauty secrets.
For all Emma Watson admirers, here’s an insight view to the beauty regime and healthy lifestyle of Hermione Granger.
Below are the Emma Watson Beauty and Fitness Secrets.
Emma Watson’s Beauty Secrets:
Emma spends her more of the time in skincare regimen rather than makeup application. According to the actress the better care you take of your skin, the less foundation you will need to cover up those unwanted flaws. She ensures to take off her makeup before bedtime and moisturizing properly. She even takes extra care to remove the layers of makeup after her shoots, using gauze instead of using cotton to remove all traces. She prefers to go makeup free when she is not on shoots.
If you’re wondering about the secret to her glowing skin, then coconut water is the key to her glowing skin and an energy booster which is much healthier than soda.
Emma Watson’s Fitness Secrets:
Emma Watson’s killer body is something everyone wants to have like her. To maintain her fabulous shape she daily does exercises. Apart from working out, playing hockey, running outdoors and hill walking are among her favorite sporting activities. Her other fitness regimes include hitting the gym for a 90 minute workout, intense cardio including Pilates, weightlifting and sprint running. She strictly follows her workout plan five days a week and the result as we can all see her perfect body which is truly one of her greatest assets.
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