There's so much we covet about Julianne Moore -- that fiery red hair, her killer red carpet style and, of course, her career, but there's nothing we would like more than to age just like her. At 54, the actress is a spokeswoman for beauty giant L'Oreal. Considering her lovely, alabaster skin, she's the perfect choice.
Moore's skin is always radiant and glowing, and she spilled the secret to that flawless complexion to Bravo's Andy Cohen. The answer? Sunscreen. "Honestly, that's really it," Moore said, adding that she also uses a face oil as part of her regimen before applying sun protection and avoiding the sun.
But you won't find her slathering on pricey products. Moore says drugstore brands are her preference.
The star has eschewed many Hollywood beauty fads, making her even more delightfully down-to-earth. She's said she hasn't had any plastic surgery and believes in aging without it. She's even slammed the juice-cleanse fad, saying after trying it once, "the only weight I lost was in my brain."
Now excuse us while we go dig out our SPF.
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