Miranda Kerr – Lip Balm
The enviable Victoria Secret model and uses lip balm as a shimmery highlighter around her eyes
Catherine Zeta-Jones – Beer
After shampooing, massage a cupful or so of beer onto towel dry strands. Cover with plastic wrap for five minutes, then rinse.
Denise Richards – Avocado
She uses avocado on her hair for deep conditioning results. Use avocado extracts or mix with a deep conditioner after you shampoo. Rinse after 1 hour.
Lady Gaga – Tape
Ms Gaga uses tape to remove eye makeup. If you try it— do so with extra, extra caution. "Glitter can be especially hard to remove, so tape does the trick," says Syat. "Fabric tape will be the most gentle on your skin." But if your skin is super sensitive or prone to redness, avoid this option and stick with makeup remover.
Emma Stone – Grape Seed Oil
The quirky actress prefers using grape seed oil on her skin instead of moisturizer.
Cate Blanchett - Olive and Macadamia
The ethereal actress advises in the British edition of InStyle magazine “Put one of them on in the shower and they make your skin zing." Adding “I incorporate them into a homemade scrub with grapefruit juice and sea salt – a beauty trick taught to me by a friend of mine.”
Halle Berry – Coffee Grounds for Cellulite
Halle Berry refuses to age! The ever-youthful Oscar winner mixes coffee grounds in with her body wash to help smooth her skin and accelerate blood flow. Whatever she does, it is working.
Demi Moore – Leeches
She uses "highly trained" medical leeches. “These are not just some low level scavengers; we’re talking high level blood suckers," she told David Letterman on his show. They eliminate toxins out of the blood which results in youthful skin. A word of advice: do not try!