Malaika Arora seems to be Benjamin Button-ing her way through life. We think she is actually aging backward if her flawless skin is any indication. Her complexion somehow seems to glow even more than it did in her 20s. It is no secret that she makes working out a priority and she’s also committed to her diet.
In an interview to Pinkvilla, the diva spilled beans on her skin care regime. She admitted that she is obsessed with skincare. She told that she does drink lots of water and follows the cleansing-toning-moisturizing routine religiously without a miss. Moreover, she recommends sunscreens even if one is at home as it gives an added layer of protection to the skin.
Coming to the best beauty advice that she received ever received, Malaika told that it was from makeup artist, Cory Wallia. He told her to apply castor oil on her lashes and brows before going to bed. Trimming the hair regularly is another beauty advice she swears by.
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Finally, she gave her DIY remedy for a flawless skin as well as hair and we are sure to give it a shot!
She makes an easy face pack of tomatoes, papaya, and potatoes by blending it together, pouring in some cold water and freeze it in a tray. She further suggests to keep rubbing these cubes on the face and let the juices stay on for a bit. For her hair, she whisks bananas, eggs with some coconut oil and then applies the pack on the roots and lengths of her hair. She keeps it on for 30 minutes and then washes it off with lukewarm water.
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