OLIVIA WILDE’S 4 BEAUTY TRUTHS

SHE TALKS KATE MOSS, PINK HAIR AND KEEP­ING I T NAT­U­RAL .

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Revlon Ultimate All-in-One Mas­cara [$12] does all the dif­fer-dif­fer ent jobs I need it to do at once,” says Wilde, global brand am­bas­sador for Revlon. For de­tails, see Shop­ping Guide.

1. AL­WAYS EX­PER­I­MENT. “I’ve dyed my hair sev­eral dif­fer­ent colours, which is part of the fun of growing up. My hair was pur­ple, pink, blue, black, white—ev­ery colour! I pretty much de­stroyed it for a while.”

2. ( SOME) RE­GRET IS NOR­MAL. “Like every­one in the ’90s, I over­plucked my eye­brows— even though lots of wise peo­ple told me to stop. I was con­vinced that if I plucked them enough, I would look like Kate Moss. That was so sadly un­true.” [Laughs]

3. LESS IS MORE FOR NINE-TO- FIvE. “I al­ways wear a lit­tle Revlon COLORSTAY Foun­da­tion; some­times I mix it with my mois­tur­izer. And I’ll use a lit­tle concealer and then mas­cara. I let my hair dry nat­u­rally. Maybe I’ll put some smooth­ing oil on the ends. I don’t re­ally have colour in my hair right now, so it doesn’t need as much at the mo­ment.”

4. LIS­TEN TO THE EXPERTS. “I of­ten work with makeup artist Mélanie In­g­lessis, and we joke that she gives me a nose job ev­ery time she does my makeup. It’s re­ally all about con­tour­ing. But that’s some­thing I rarely try on my own. I trust the experts; I just like to sit and chill out. But I have learned that it’s re­ally im­por­tant to blend, blend, blend and know the right shades for your skin tone.”

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