Actress and mannequin Brooke Shields didn’t at all times trust in the best way she regarded.
“Well, I had a really fraught relationship with the whole idea of beauty since I was a little kid,” she defined on “Dr. Oz” on Monday. “There was a disconnect between my head and my body.”
Shields — identified for her roles in “Suddenly Susan” and “The Blue Lagoon” — is now 54 years outdated, and her perspective towards her physique has modified a bit.
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“… I’m now starting to celebrate my body in a way that I never felt free to do it as a kid,” she instructed Dr. Mehmet Oz.
For Shields, a part of celebrating her physique consists of caring for her pores and skin and hair with a easy product: physique balm.
Shields defined that she began utilizing physique balm as a younger woman to sculpt her eyebrows, however has since begun to unfold it on the pores and skin round her eyes as properly.
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Similarly, Shields — who demonstrated her software method on the present — revealed that she additionally makes use of physique balm on the ends of her hair and even on her eyelashes as a moisturizer.
She defined that the balm isn’t greasy, so it serves as a conditioner for pores and skin and hair.
Shields, who final guest-starred in seasons 4 and 5 of “Jane the Virgin,” was nominated for 2 Golden Globes for her portrayal of the title character in “Suddenly Susan.”
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Her modeling profession started when she starred in an Ivory Soap advert at 11 months outdated. At 14, she turned the youngest mannequin ever to seem on the duvet of Vogue Magazine.
She’s slated to be seen subsequent within the comedy “My Boyfriend’s Meds,” in February 2020.