Emma Watson Admits to being a beauty product junkie

Emma Watson collects beauty products

The 23-year-old actress has amassed an impressive collection of cosmetics and skincare products over the years which take pride of place in her room, despite confessing she hardly ever wears them.

She told French blog Signé Beauté: ”What’s quite funny is that I have tonnes of products at home. I’ve always loved make-up and I’m fascinated by how much it can transform people. But I don’t actually wear much of it. It’s so ironic – but I just love products!”

The ‘Bling Ring’ star does have three must-have products, however, which she likes to carry in her handbag wherever she goes.

Emma said: ”I’m English and I have fair skin, so I love blusher! When I travel, I always have a moisturising cream with me on the plane and I like to carry fragrance with me too.”

The stylish star – who is the face of luxury brand Lancôme – might be low-key when it comes to her beauty regime, but she always makes sure to take care of her skin.

She revealed: ”I don’t really have a beauty ritual, but I really make an effort to take my make-up off properly. I was taught never to pluck my eyebrows excessively and to always remove my make-up before going to bed.”



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July 10th, 2013 at 7:45 am

she is a natural beauty

July 10th, 2013 at 10:27 am

She seems so low maintenance that it’s hard to imagine her with a stuffed makeup bag ;)

July 10th, 2013 at 6:33 pm

That’s ok, she looks great!

July 11th, 2013 at 2:46 am

I would love to see what she uses!

July 11th, 2013 at 10:09 am

Being the face of a product line allows you to play until your heart is content! I’d use everything all day if I could :-)

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