Taraji P. Henson’s Best Beauty Picks Plus Future Food Junkie Plans

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October 5, 2015

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Actress Taraji P. Henson, 40, looks good for her age, and she’s one of the few celebrities who’s not known for having any plastic surgeries to maintain a youthful appearance. Not only is her hair always in tact and gorgeous, but she usually keeps a natural looking, fresh face. Some of her favorite cosmetic brands, she claims are:

Paul Scerri Moisturising Cream: I swear, swear, swear by my Paul Scerri moisturizing cream. That’s all I’ve used. I’ve tried other products. Nothing makes my skin feel like this. It’s a Paul Scerri Ph balancing cream. I’ve been using it for over a decade now, and I can only find it at the spa I go to, Belle Visage.

Nivea Lip Balm: I keep Nivea lip balm in all of my purses. I’m looking in my bathroom drawer now and there are like four. You can get it at CVS. It’s not too greasy. It feels like food for your lips. Your skin feels like it’s drinking.

Bobbi Brown Foundation: That’s what I beat my face with when I have to do it myself.

MAC Mineralized Skin Finish in Deep Dark/Natural Shimmer: It’s a bronzer, but it doesn’t make you look like an Oscar, you know what I mean? I don’t know what the coloring is in a lot of the bronzers, but it’s too much. Sometimes in the morning when it’s just me and I’m going to the store and I want to look cute because I am trying to attract a man—you know what I mean—I’ll just put a little bit of this on my cheeks and on my eyelids, with mascara, and it just gives me the perfect color without looking like I have makeup on.
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Maybelline Turbo Volume Express mascara: I have fallen in love with the Turbo Volume Express mascara by Maybelline. It just does things to my eyelashes and I love it.

Taraji also says she does exercise to keep fit, but dieting is not her thing. “I don’t really diet because I love food too much. My plan is to retire and become a foodie, a world travelled foodie. I’m going to travel the world and eat in all kinds of different places.”

Souce: Style Bystro

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