Liv Tyler would have been a facialist if she didn’t pursue acting

Liv Tyler is certain she would have been a facialist if she didn’t get into acting.The Leftovers actress has long had an interest in beauty products, having been fascinated by her mother and grandmother’s respective routines, and also served as a brand…

Liv Tyler is certain she would have been a facialist if she didn’t get into acting.

The Leftovers actress has long had an interest in beauty products, having been fascinated by her mother and grandmother’s respective routines, and also served as a brand ambassador for Givenchy’s perfume and cosmetics for a decade beginning in 2003.

In a new tutorial for Vogue.com, Liv shared that she enjoys trying out new formulas and has a very dedicated daily regime.

“My secret obsession and passion of my whole life has been skincare. I think I would have become a facialist if I didn’t start acting,” she smiled.

Liv went on to detail the key products she uses and praised Astara’s Blue Flame Purification Mask, Avene’s Extremely Rich Compensating Cream, and Dr. Barbara Sturm’s Hyaluronic Serum. But the star swears by regular use of Talika’s Eye Therapy Patches too.

“One great trick, if you get puffy eyes, which I get whenever I eat anything with salt in it, or when I’m flying or anything, is to put this sort of eye-patchy things under your eyes. I keep mine in the fridge. And sometimes on set, if I have a really early pick-up, like a 5.30 am pickup which is really brutal… I wear these to work sometimes in the car,” the 42-year-old commented.

Elsewhere in the video, Liv explained that she can do up to 25 steps in her beauty regime, with other notable products in her bathroom cabinet including Visine’s Original Redness Relief Eye Drops, Dr. Barbara Sturm’s Glow Drops, Rodial’s Diamond Liquid Concealer, and Rodin’s Face Oil.

Yet, at the end of the day, the mother-of-three believes abiding by a healthy lifestyle is just as important when it comes to caring for the complexion.

“Water is a huge important factor in having good skin. I know everybody says that but sleep and water maybe are the most important things,” she stated. “Then, I make this crazy green juice which is hard if you don’t have time… this one has celery and cucumber, a little bit of apple, some spinach or kale. Green things, your body loves green things.”

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Paris Hilton considering turning Chris Zylka engagement ring into a choker

Paris Hilton is considering turning the $2 million (£1.5 million) engagement ring she received from her former fiance Chris Zylka into a choker.The Leftovers star Chris presented the heiress with the stunning 20-carat ring when he proposed at the end …

Paris Hilton is considering turning the $2 million (£1.5 million) engagement ring she received from her former fiance Chris Zylka into a choker.

The Leftovers star Chris presented the heiress with the stunning 20-carat ring when he proposed at the end of 2017 during a New Year’s vacation in Aspen, Colorado. Nearly a year later, the pair announced they had parted ways, with questions then arising about who would keep the expensive piece of jewellery.

However, in a new chat with U.S. TV show Extra, Paris revealed she still has the diamond, crafted by designer Michael Greene of Greene & Co, smiling: “It’s just chilling in my safe.”

As for what she’s planning to do with the ring, Paris mused: “I think it will make an amazing choker.”

While the hotel heiress is currently happy being single and concentrating on her work, she also opened up about what she’s looking for in a partner, saying it comes down to him being “someone who is your best friend, someone you can trust”.

Paris was previously engaged to fashion model Jason Shaw and Greek shipping heir Paris Latsis.

Talking about her sparkler from Chris a few weeks after they called it quits, the 38-year-old revealed how much publicity it had garnered for Greene & Co.

“The person who we got it from got millions and millions of dollars of free publicity (sic),” she shared on Jenny McCarthy’s Sirius XM show. “I love how social media has basically become a new form of money. It’s pretty sick (great).”

After Jenny asked, “So you got to keep the ring?”, Paris responded, “Yes,” adding, “Diamonds are a girl’s best friend.”

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Paris Hilton set to keep $2 million engagement ring from ex Chris Zylka

Paris Hilton plans to keep the $2 million (£1.5 million), 20-carat engagement ring she received from her former fiance Chris Zylka. The 37 year old sat down for an interview on Jenny McCarthy’s Sirius XM show and revealed she has no intention of givi…

Paris Hilton plans to keep the $2 million (£1.5 million), 20-carat engagement ring she received from her former fiance Chris Zylka.

The 37 year old sat down for an interview on Jenny McCarthy’s Sirius XM show and revealed she has no intention of giving the stunning piece of jewellery back to The Leftovers actor.

The former reality star claimed that by simply wearing the sparkler, which was crafted by designer Michael Greene of Greene & Co., she had given the brand a priceless amount of publicity, seemingly referencing the jeweller’s various Instagram posts about the ring.

“The person who we got it from got millions and millions of dollars of free publicity (sic),” Hilton shared. “I love how social media has basically become a new form of money. It’s pretty sick (great).”

After McCarthy asked, “So you got to keep the ring?”, Hilton responded, “Yes,” adding, “Diamonds are a girl’s best friend.”

Zylka has yet to comment on her claim.

In an interview with The Knot in January (18), Greene, who is a friend of the Hilton family, explained the design was inspired by her mother Kathy Hilton’s own ring.

“He’s (Zylka) seen Paris admiring her mother’s ring and trying it on at different times during dinner,” Greene shared. “And he just really watched the way she just loved that ring. That’s why we came up with the shape.”

Zylka presented the heiress with the stunning ring when he proposed at the end of 2017 during a New Year’s vacation in Aspen, Colorado.

News that the couple had parted ways made headlines in November (18), with Hilton later confessing she had rushed into the romance too quickly.

“I’m doing really good, I’m just really having my me time,” she told U.S. show The Talk weeks after the break-up. “I just feel that when I fall in love, I fall in love fast and hard and it was this whirlwind romance, and I’ve always been obsessed with Disney stories and love stories and I thought it was going to be my happy ending, and I just realised after time that it wasn’t the right decision.”

Paris was previously engaged to fashion model Jason Shaw and Greek shipping heir Paris Latsis.

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Paris Hilton teases wedding dress details

Paris Hilton has asked Jeremy Scott to make her second wedding dress.Socialite and beauty mogul Paris is busy planning her nuptials to The Leftovers actor, after the 33-year-old went down on one knee in January (18). While Paris is keeping coy about w…

Paris Hilton has asked Jeremy Scott to make her second wedding dress.

Socialite and beauty mogul Paris is busy planning her nuptials to The Leftovers actor, after the 33-year-old went down on one knee in January (18).

While Paris is keeping coy about who will be creating the main dress, she has revealed she’ll be doing a Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, by changing into a second gown later in the day.

“Jeremy Scott and I were talking about the after-party look because he has just been my friend since I was a teenager and he would make the perfect after-party dress,” she divulged to People. “So that is one little hint I’ll give! I’m friends with too many designers. Everyone wants to be a part of (my wedding).”

When Meghan married Britain’s Prince Harry on Saturday (19May18), she swapped her Givenchy dress for sleek silk design by Stella McCartney.

Commenting on the former actress’ wedding style, Paris revealed she was a big fan of the look.

“She looked very elegant – like a princess – and I love that she was very natural,” the 37-year-old smiled. “It looked like she had no make-up on. She’s just a natural beauty and they looked so happy together. It was an amazing moment to see them together.”

And picking out her favourite part of the dress, Paris gushed that the 16ft silk tulle veil, embroidered with flowers from each of the 53 counties in the Commonwealth, was “beautiful”.

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Kenzo responds to Taylor Swift copycat accusations

A Kenzo representative has spoken out after Taylor Swift was accused of copying one of their adverts in her new music video.The popstar debuted clips from her new track Delicate at the iHeartRadio Music Awards on Sunday night (11Mar18), which showed he…

A Kenzo representative has spoken out after Taylor Swift was accused of copying one of their adverts in her new music video.

The popstar debuted clips from her new track Delicate at the iHeartRadio Music Awards on Sunday night (11Mar18), which showed her wildly dancing at a swanky hotel.

However, many fashion fans have noted the similarities between Taylor’s video and that of a previous Kenzo advert directed by Spike Jonze in 2016, and the brand, helmed by designers Carol Lim and Humberto Leon, has since addressed the controversial claims.

“Listen, Tay, I feel you. It’s hard to stay fresh. Call us, we can help,” a rep from the French fashion house cheekily posted online.

Jonze’s campaign for fragrance KENZO World starred actress Margaret Qualley and depicted The Leftovers star ditching a fancy party before breaking out into an erratic, solo dance routine.

In an article posted on Monday, editors at fashion blog The Cut pointed out the many overlaps between the luxury label’s advert and Taylor’s musical offering.

“While music videos are often a pastiche of influences, the similarities are hard to ignore: The gowns are similar, as is the premise and the setting and the frenetic facial contortions,” they wrote. “Of course, there are also some major differences, primarily when it comes to the quality of dancing. Margaret Qualley is a classically trained ballerina, while Swift is mainly known for her weird arm-dancing at awards shows and something called the ‘dolphin body roll.'”

Many Twitter users also accused Taylor of allegedly ripping off the iconic ad, however, a source close to the Shake It Off hitmaker rubbished these claims in a statement to Page Six, and insisted that her video has a “beginning, a middle and an end”.

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Paris Hilton plans to wear multiple dresses at wedding

Paris Hilton is planning numerous outfit changes at her upcoming wedding to actor Chris Zylka.The Leftovers star Chris went down on one knee in December (17), proposing with a $2 million (£1.5 million) rock during a ski trip to Aspen, Colorado.Vogue r…

Paris Hilton is planning numerous outfit changes at her upcoming wedding to actor Chris Zylka.

The Leftovers star Chris went down on one knee in December (17), proposing with a $2 million (£1.5 million) rock during a ski trip to Aspen, Colorado.

Vogue reporters caught up with Paris as she attended the Monse New York Fashion Week party with her sister Nicky on Tuesday (13Feb18), and grilled her on who’ll be designing her wedding dress.

“So many designers have sent such incredible sketches,” she said. “There are so many beautiful choices that I’m definitely going to have to have some outfit changes, for sure.”

Zosia Mamet, Olivia Culpo, and Kat Graham were also at the bash to celebrate Monse, which is the label run by Oscar de la Renta designers Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia.

While in the Big Apple, the Hilton sisters have also been spotted at the Alice + Olivia show, while Paris also stopped by Rachel Zoe’s Los Angeles presentation earlier this month (05Feb18), where she took in Rachel’s new bridal designs.

As well as her busy show schedule and planning her nuptials, the 36-year-old hotel heiress and beauty entrepreneur has been focusing on her new skincare line and perfume, as well as recently releasing single I Need You.

“I’ve always had big dreams and wanted to be an independent woman at a very young age,” she explained of managing her workload. “As a teenager in New York, you grow up very fast and being from a business family, that was always instilled in me. I don’t stop. Success is something that really drives me and I love it.”

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