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Hudson not fussy about make-up

Dec 15 2012, 5:18pm CST | by

Los Angeles, Dec 16 (IANS) Like mother, like daughter - actress Kate Hudson says she is a no-fuss woman when it comes to make-up and reveals she does not spend too much time in front of the mirror.

Los Angeles, Dec 16 — Like mother, like daughter - actress Kate Hudson says she is a no-fuss woman when it comes to make-up and reveals she does not spend too much time in front of the mirror. She...

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Hudson not fussy about make-up

Dec 15 2012, 5:18pm CST | by

Los Angeles, Dec 16 (IANS) Like mother, like daughter - actress Kate Hudson says she is a no-fuss woman when it comes to make-up and reveals she does not spend too much time in front of the mirror.

Los Angeles, Dec 16 — Like mother, like daughter - actress Kate Hudson says she is a no-fuss woman when it comes to make-up and reveals she does not spend too much time in front of the mirror.

She says she is similar to her mother, veteran actress Goldie Hawn, in this context.

"I just remember seeing her put on makeup fast, and without a mirror, in a car," Hudson told The Huffington Post, reports usmagazine.com.

"My mom's no-fuss... I've never been a crazy makeup, spend-two-hours-in-front-of-the-mirror kind of girl. I've never been fussy. I have moments when I get girly if I'm going out with my friends, but I'm about five to 15 minutes in the mirror," she added.

The blonde beauty says she has a laid-back skincare routine.

"In my 20s, I probably wasn't very nice to my skin," Hudson admitted. "As I got into my late 20s, I was like, 'Oh, I should probably stay out of the sun. I should probably start doing some kinds of masks and getting more facials'," she said.

Over time, that changed.

"I realized my skin does not like to be stimulated. I'm a soap-and-water girl, pretty much. I'll use a gentle cleanser, and I don't do any crazy serums. I just do a little moisturizer and a little eye cream. Obviously you've got to drink water and sleep -- that's the hard part," Hudson added.

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