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Mary-Kate Olsen: “For me, it depends on the application. With a spray bottle I usually spray it out and walk through it, or I’ll spray it on me from afar. And with oils I usually tend to rub it on my wrists and then use my wrists to dab behind my ear and on my neck. That way it’s more of just a hint of fragrance.”
Ashley Olsen: “I also like if you spritz it in your hair, then to me it becomes not something that’s really applied, but it becomes something that feels a part of you.”
- The Olsen twins, on how they prefer to apply different types of fragrance.
"Keep an extra set of makeup essentials in your car. For me, that’s eyeliner, powder, browliner, eyeshadow, and chapstick. I also keep a travel lotion and travel body spray in the car. Taking a few minutes to do my makeup in the car helps me zen out and also keeps me from spending too much time on it. It also helps when I’m rushing out the door and don’t have time to do my makeup before a day full of various events. If you don’t have a car, I recommend keeping your essential makeup in your purse. Remember- the key is essential – don’t add 5 lbs to your hand-bag or car!"
–Project Runway contestant Natalia Fedner, exclusively to CocoPerez.com
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"I am totally obsessed with masks. I'd say I use two different types of mask twice a week - that's what I'll splash out on. I love Sisley Radiant Glow Express Mask, GlamGlow and the Rodial Glamoxy Snake Mask. That's the one that you really see a difference from. I just haven't got the time to go into spas and get massages and things, so I'm very into at-home treatments."
–Jourdan Dunn on how she keeps her face like a baby unicorn's bottom.
"Look like yourself on your wedding day - don't go with crazy spiral curls and some heavy foundation and look back at that picture and be like, 'Whoa, that doesn't look like me'. It should be you but the most enhanced, beautiful natural version of yourself."
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