[ads1 id=”alignright”]It should not come as a surprise that Alice Eve, the actress who starred in “Star Trek: Into Darkness,” is seen by many as one of the most beautiful women in the world.
After all, she has one blue and one green eye, golden hair, and a killer smile. The blonde British actress who is now in her thirties had starred as Dr. Carol Marcus in the latest Star Trek film.
Alice has admitted to having her own make-up secrets and she has revealed what they are.
Alice also claims that acting has helped her learn “incredible” cosmetic secrets. Apparently, spending time on film sets have contributed to Alice’s expertise on cosmetics.
She says that she has been undergoing beauty treatments regularly ever since she relocated to Los Angeles.
According to Alice, the best make up advice she ever received was to avoid plucking hair above the eyebrows and Bio Kaajal Nourishing & Conditioning Eye Liner from Biotique was the best beauty product recommended to her. Apparently, she likes it so much because she is able to smudge it very easily and it is very long lasting.
As of lately, Alice Eve admits to have become a “nail girl.” Not so long ago, she admitted to wearing gold nail studs during the day and Blue Boy Chanel polish is among the nail products she uses. Although Alice prefers a natural look for her face, she does use bronzer from high-end brands in the summer.
Alice Eve claims that she does not wear foundation and advises other women to do so. She reveals that she only uses foundation when parts of her face need to be concealed just to make her face appear fresher.
In fact, to avoid clogged pores, she prefers using the “amazing” Giorgio Armani Maestro Eraser Dark Circle Concealer.
Last but not least, Alice Eve is also fond of Charles Worthington’s British hair care line, which is apparently how her golden locks are so full of body and well maintained.
The Root Lift Backcomb Powder is apparently her favorite. With so many beauty tips, Alice Even does seem to be quite a beauty expert and considering her looks, it should be obvious that she knows what she is doing.