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When Olivia Wilde first got pregnant with Jason Sudeikis├óΓé¼Γäó child, she not only started eating for two — she also became more health-conscious for two!!
Even in the simplest of ways, like caring for her skin!!
So at Revlon’s New York event on Wednesday, the soon-to-be mother discussed her obviously successful beauty routine, as well as the things she changed upon conceiving her unborn baby.
Get a load of her helpful beauty tips in the HIGHlights …AFTER THE JUMP!!!

On her favorite product in Revlon’s new Age Defying collection:
“The CC cream is great because it’s a product that does many things at once, which is always my favorite, because it [helps with] time management. I love something that’s simple and effective. It’s smoothing, moisturizing, and it has SPF, so you’re good to go with that ├óΓé¼ΓÇ¥ which I think is always the goal.”
On her approach to antiaging:
“I think as you get older, you just learn to take care of yourself more. I never rely fully on a product to make me magically look perfect. I think it’s about sleep and water and taking care of yourself.”
On how many hours of sleep she gets a night:
“In my dreams? I get like seven hours. I don’t think that happens often.”
On how much water she drinks:
“I try to keep water with me all day long. I feel like if I have it, then I’ll drink it. But if I don’t have it, then it’s out of sight, out of mind ├óΓé¼ΓÇ¥ I’ll forget. The goal is to drink a couple of liters a day. Sometimes I try to make it a little more interesting for myself by creating lemon water, but I’m not a perfect health guru. I just realize that if I’m going to age without stressing about it, then I just have to take steps throughout the day and night to help that out. Even if you do all that, you’re still going to need something to put on your skin.
On how she’s changed her beauty routine since getting pregnant:
“I’ve always been interested in using products that are a little less harsh. I probably use fewer products now. I’ve discovered some great companies for things like deodorant. There’s an amazing company out of Brooklyn called Soapwalla. I have been looking for 10 years for a natural deodorant, because I think it’s crazy how much crap is in a regular deodorant. I’ve tried them all, and they never work. Soapwalla is a deodorant cream, and I swear to god, it works. Really, I’ve just been being the best, healthy version of myself in whatever ways I can. It’s funny that often times, being pregnant is the first time we actually think about what we’re eating, drinking, and putting on our skin. It’s the first time we actually really stop and think, ‘Is this good or bad?’ Which, of course, we should be doing our whole lives. But suddenly, when it’s not about us and it’s about a little person, we’re way more conscientious. I’ve been learning a lot!”
On if she wants to be a MILF:
“[Laughs] Who doesn’t?! My mom is.”
On if her mom is her beauty icon:
“I mean, I feel weird saying my mom’s a MILF, but I’ll say she’s a fox. She’s really a very beautiful woman who has always has taken really good care of herself. She’s a great source of inspiration for my sister and I.”
On the best beauty advice Olivia’s mom has given her:
“From a young age, she was like, ‘Make sure you moisturize!’ She grew up in California, baking in the sun, so she would always say, ‘Do not sunbathe!’ But, of course, you sunbathe, because you’re young and you’re like, ‘I want to be golden brown.’ But once I realized that it was not possible in my gene pool to be golden brown, I stopped trying.”
On her favorite moisturizer:
“I really like the Dr. Hauschka Rose Day Cream ($43) for Winter, especially for days like this. Actually, Gucci Westman is the one that turned me on to it from working with Revlon. No matter how great your makeup is, if you don’t prep well, your skin isn’t going to be as healthy or as glow-y as it could be.”
On the beauty secret behind being the woman of mens’ dreams:
“When you get older, you start to learn what really works for you. So, some girls are really good with lipstick. All they need to wear is lipstick, and they’re good to go for the whole night. I love lipstick. I wish I could be that girl, but it always ends up in my teeth, on my face. I was at a premiere recently in Toronto where I wore this bright fuchsia Revlon lipstick, and because I was so nervous during the film, I was sitting with my face smashed against my palm. Then I put my palm on my forehead and then on my cheek, and after the film got let out ├óΓé¼ΓÇ¥ thank god my makeup artist was one of my dates ├óΓé¼ΓÇ¥ but she was like, ‘What is on your face!?’ I literally had makeup on my neck, my forehead, and just everywhere. So that’s why I can’t really be that cool, chic girl who just smears on lipstick. I like eyeliner. I think that’s my jam.”
On her eyeliner techniques:
“I feel like you go all the way around. I do sometimes. But sometimes I just do the top, a little cat eye or a little wing on the corner. During the daytime, I will do a little mascara and a thin line on top with a little wing on the corner.”

Love her candidness!!
Think you’ll be taking any of her beauty advice??
[Image via Ramey Pix.]

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Dec 13, 2013 08:57am PDT