LUPITA NY­ONG’O

Since her Os­car-win­ning per­for­mance in 2013’s 12 Years a Slave, Lupita Ny­ong’o has been busy on big-bud­get films like Star Wars: The Force Awak­ens and The Jun­gle Book, al­ways look­ing beau­ti­ful de­spite the pres­sure

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mum on In­sta­gram Lupita with her @lupi­tany­ongo How do you take care of your­self and stay healthy? I have a per­sonal trainer, Ben Archer, who helps me reach my fit­ness goals with good hu­mour. I also en­joy eat­ing healthy foods— kale is my favourite green, for ex­am­ple. And I laugh. A lot. How do you take care of your skin? I’m gen­tle with my skin, keep­ing it hy­drated and mois­turised at all times. I make a point not to touch my face un­nec­es­sar­ily dur­ing the course of a busy day. My rou­tine con­sists of the oc­ca­sional face and body scrub and reg­u­lar mois­tur­is­ing. What’s your beauty se­cret? Where do you go to recharge your bat­ter­ies? I chase the sun­shine to recharge. I like es­cap­ing to des­ti­na­tions like Mex­ico (above), Ja­maica or Mi­raval in Tuc­son, Ari­zona. The sun is my first recharger. For a more ac­ces­si­ble recharge, I like to es­cape to nearby spas and baths around New York.

The thing about a beauty se­cret is that if I share it, it’s no longer a se­cret—but one that’s worth shar­ing is Lancôme’s Génifique serum.

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