Leighton Meester opens up about her beauty secrets!

The gorgeous Leighton Meester opened up in the new issue of Cosmopolitan UK.

On her beauty regime:

“As far as beauty goes, I never wear makeup when I’m not working. Very rarely I’ll put on a little bit of concealer here and there and maybe some red lipstick just to make it look like I made the effort – it does wonders.”

On her beauty icon:

“I really love Julianne Moore for having fair skin and a really beautiful smile. I love Cate Blanchett because she glows from within. And I love how Helen Mirren has aged so gracefully. She’s gorgeous and quite sexy.”

On what she does to keep fit and healthy:

“Exercise is fun when it doesn’t feel like exercise. Swimming, walking around a new city while travelling and cycling are all great.”

On playing a mean character:

“I am living my dream and having the time of my life! I’m lucky because I get to do that all day long and play a character who has a lot of noble qualities as well. I am really lucky she is such a well-written character.”

On whether people expect she will be like Blair in real life:

“Most people just run away, so perhaps that’s what they’re thinking! I think for the most part people understand that it’s just a character.”

On whether her high school experience was similar to Gossip Girl:

“The complete opposite, to be honest. I had lived in NYC before but not in the Upper East Side – it was in the Upper West Side, which was very different. When I was a teenager I was in a public high school. I certainly was not popular by any means, and I didn’t have a car or a lot of money, so it was very different.”

On who is the best kisser on the show:

“Me, of course.”

On whether she has plans to do more singing:

“Yes, of course… I like to make music – I love to sing and write, and I love to perform, so I’m trying to figure out the release of my album. I have enough songs I feel comfortable putting out, and I want to do it the right way.”


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