Emma Stone: Allergies
The Spiderman starlet recently said in an interview that her allergies prevent her from putting many products on her skin, so she uses natural grapeseed oil from the grocery store. "I just use it on my face as a moisturizer," explains Emma. "After the shower, I pat it on, and then I'll use it throughout the day and at night."
Taylor Swift: Quickie eyeliner
This singer/song writer once used a Sharpie as eyeliner in an airplane bathroom because she didn't have any with her. "I don't recommend it," she's told reporters, and we agree!
Kim Kardashian: The Glow
According to this reality star, a spoonful of sugar helps your skin glow, which is true. Kim adds the sweet stuff to her body wash "for a gentle exfoliating experience."
Sienna Miller: Hair-dye fix up
This actress revealed that she used ketchup to remove the green tinge from her strands after a dye job gone wrong.
Shakira: The Sensitive
Oh, baby! Shakira skips the adult SPF and goes straight for the baby formulas when it comes to protecting her sensitive skin from the sun.
Jennifer Aniston: Jelly glow
She gets her glow from being newly engaged to Justin Theroux, but she keeps her skin youthful by swiping Vaseline under her eyes every night to prevent wrinkles and fine lines. How much petroleum jelly exactly? Apparently she uses a quarter of a teaspoon under each eye.
Evan Rachel Wood: Olive-Oil
Evan confessed to Cosmo earlier this year that she uses olive oil-based products in her beauty regimen. She said that she uses it to take off her makeup at night and then leaves it on as a moisturizer, which is great for her sensitive skin.
Mariah Carey: Pump it up
Mariah plumps up her pout the au naturel way: with mint extract, which she mixes into her gloss to get blood flowing to her lips.