It is no secret that people tend to follow their favorite celebrities. And celebs these days are nothing short of influencers. When to comes to beauty tips, something that is stereotypically understood as the prerogative of women, Bollywood actresses have gone on to redefine and challenge the stereotypes that are usually associated with beauty.

All Bollywood actresses unanimously support a no-makeup look when it comes to being off-screen. They steer clear of heavy makeup, artificial/chemical beauty products and use homemade remedies for their skin care routine.

Listed below are some common beauty tips associated with Bollywood actresses who have emphasized on the importance of staying natural and healthy, when it comes to their beauty secrets.

  1. Deepika Padukone
  2. Madhuri Dixit
  3. Sonam Kapoor
  4. Kareena Kapoor Khan
  5. Alia Bhatt
  6. Rekha
  7. Jacqueline Fernandez
  8. Hema Malini
  9. Parineeti Chopra
  10. Kriti Sanon

#1. Deepika Padukone – Eating Healthy

The actress can’t emphasise enough the importance of eating healthy food and staying away from junk food. She also avoids oily foods. We are what we eat, and we become what we are, only from within, so her eating habits are her first step to a beautiful and healthy skin.

#2. Madhuri Dixit – Dancing for Workout

The Dhak Dhak Queen takes to dance for her beauty regime. The kathak dancer practices her moves for workout four days a week. This helps her dig deeper into a more spiritual and internal idea of beauty.

#3. Sonam Kapoor – The Early Morning Glass of Water

A glass of lukewarm water mixed with a spoon-full of honey and lime early in the morning is how she likes to begin her day. This gives her skin a glowing look that is Khoobsurat indeed.

#4. Kareena Kapoor Khan – Drinking Plenty of Water

She has mastered the art of maintaining a healthy body by drinking eight to ten glasses of boiled water everyday. It cleanses the skin and the blood at the same time by draining harmful toxins from the body.

#5. Alia Bhatt – Natural Face Pack

Our young actress turns to natural face packs to detoxify her skin. A pack made by mixing dry neem leaves and tulsi leaves is her go to treatment for the removal of the impurities in her skin.

#6. Rekha – Aromatherapy and Natural Hair Pack

The evergreen beauty of Bollywood has managed to hold on to her youth by turning to spa treatments and aromatherapy. These help restoring the supple skin. Her gorgeous hair is a product of home remedies. A hair pack made of honey, yogurt and egg white, in substitution of the artificial/chemical hair products is the beauty secret that Rekha has been holding on to for all these years.

#7. Jacqueline Fernandez – Eye Care Routine

She knows how to take care of her eyes. She never leaves her house without sunglasses and always remembers to run Vitamin C roll on under her eyes to protect the skin around her eyes.

#8. Hema Malini – Hot Oil Massage

She keeps it healthy by going for a home-made mixture of Amla, Tulsi and Neem leaves mixed with coconut oil to give herself a hot oil massage. The effect of this mixture is that it strengthens the oil and protects the skin from fungus and other harmful bacteria.

#9. Parineeti Chopra – Aloe Vera

The spontaneous actress, keeps it natural with aloe vera. She massages her skin often with this natural moisturizer and stays clear of chemical makeup products. Aloe vera not just protects the skin from damage and aging, but also nourishes the skin deeply.

#10. Kriti Sanon – Removing Makeup before Bedstrong

She ends her day at the perfect note. She makes it a point to wash her makeup before turning in for the night. Once, she has removed her makeup, she washes her face with cold water, before applying moisturizer. This regenerates her skin through the night and prepares it for the following day.

While all these beauty tips are mostly straightforward, coming from our wonder women, they appear to be the words of wisdom. While you are free to follow them for a beautiful and healthy skin, be sure that this is what you want. Don’t just do something under the pressure of sanctioned womanhood.
Do it because you want to. Not because you have to.