By Jennifer G. Sullivan published
With her indie movie cred and vintage-inspired red-carpet attire (not to mention that shiny, not-trying-too-hard hair), Kirsten Dunst, 32, is the cool-girl crush of women all over the world. No wonder Paris-based haircare line L'Oréal Professionnel recently signed her as its first global spokesperson. Another reason: She's not afraid to experiment with new styles. "I love a good hair accessory," Dunst says. "My friends Laura and Kate"—that would be the Mulleavy sisters of Rodarte fame—"make the best clips. I have one they did with butterflies, and there are also these gold stars I love." The rest of her beauty regimen, however, skews low-maintenance. And the secret to that smooth complexion? "I'm a really good sleeper," she says, laughing. "Like, I love bed."
"Covent Garden Hotel in London has the coziest beds, really good food, and lots of DVDs. I could chill in one of their beds and watch TV all day."
1. Paul Smith Seela sunglasses, $370
"Celebrities get a lot of free stuff, but I actually bought my Paul Smith sunglasses!"
2. L'Oréal Professionnel Absolut Repair Lipidium Sealing Repair, $26, and 3. L'Oréal Professionnel Mythic Oil Nourishing Oil, $32"
After being washed and blowdried so much on set, my hair can get beat up. This split-end-repairing serum fixes it all, and the oil helps with frizz."
4. Louis Vuitton NN14 GM bag, $3,700
"I'm always flying. Louis Vuitton makes a great bag for travel."
"I don't get people who keep snacks in their purse. Everyone's always like, 'Almonds! Just eat some almonds!' Listen, I don't want to eat any freakin' almonds. I like a nice meal in a French café—some eggs and a glass of wine."
5. La Roche-Posay Nutritic Lips, $16
"I just discovered this when my girlfriend let me borrow hers. It's really good for chapped lips."
"I go to Faith Tatro in Los Angeles for facials. She mixes up her own products that she'll probably sell someday."
6. Isun SapphireFacial Oil, $38
"I get this from Faith. She taught me that as long as you can read every ingredient on a product's label, you can use it on your face. She says, 'In four years, you'll thank me for that advice.'"
7. Rodarte snakeskin booties, $874
"I'm going to get so many of the boots Rodarte made for spring."
Jennifer Goldstein is the former beauty & health director of Marie Claire and co-host of the award-winning beauty podcast Fat Mascara. In her quest to uncover the world's beauty secrets, she’s gotten tattooed in New Zealand, dug up turmeric in India, harvested shea nuts in Ghana, and squeezed enzyme-rich eggs from salmon in Norway. She can pluck eyebrows like a pro and has read the FDA monograph on sunscreen labeling and effectiveness—but she still can’t get liquid eyeliner to look the same on both eyes.
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