Selena Gomez, Rihanna And Other Celebrities Dished Their Beauty Secrets

Selena Gomez, Rihanna and other celebrities have access to the best in beauty, and are eager to share their tips for looking good.

Selena Gomez, Rihanna

Selena Gomez shared her beauty tip as she revealed: “I always say natural’s the best way to go because when you go to a nice dinner and you darken your makeup up, they think ‘wow, that’s a difference’ rather than wearing the same thing every day and you just look normal every day. Natural’s always the best way to go.”

Brittany Snow said: “Drink lots of water – that always helps – and I don’t really go out in the sun anymore, which is a good thing because I used to go out in the sun a lot ‘cause I’m from Florida. My skin has changed drastically when I don’t. I’m kinda just trying to stay away. Bronzer. Bronzer’s my best friend.”

Natasha Bedingfield shared: “If you want to look more awake, you can put white eyeliner in either side of your eye and it makes your eyes look like they pop.”

Aubrey O’Day, who is the member of Danity Kane, admitted: “I don’t take off my makeup, I eat fast food, I do everything bad.”

On how does she get photo-ready, she continued: “My biggest thing about pictures is how you feel. The pictures where I don’t look as good, I’m not as happy, I think, so however you’re feeling inside as a person that day kind of comes out in photos.”

Here are other pieces of advice to celebrities:

Diane Kruger: “Sleep!”

Sara Bareilles: “I wear a big smile.”

Emmy Rossum: “Moisturize before you put your makeup on, always. It’ll make you extra-glowy in the summertime.”

Rihanna, who can’t get enough of Cover Girl makeup, revealed: “I love their products, so I always use their products.”

Kelly Ripa: “Hire a good makeup artist and hairstylist. That’s it. I mean, really. I’ve tried to do it myself and it never works out. I need experts. I need all the experts I can get.”

Bijou Phillips: “Go in the sun and don’t wear sunblock. It’s true. Sunblock changes the molecular structure of UVA and UVB rays and turns it into something else that isn’t real molecules so they sort of become free radicals. The second the sun hits your skin, the UVA and UVB molecules turn into foreign molecules that our bodies don’t really know how to identify. So your face is covered in free radicals, which I think is the main reason people get skin cancer.”

Oh really? Bijou replied: “Yeah because it’s changing the molecular structure of these molecules and cancer is a large amount of free radicals. You’re putting this thing on to not get cancer but you’re actually putting the most horrible thing you can on your face, which is free radicals that your body doesn’t know how to identify. I think it’s increasing the chances of skin cancer. But there are natural sunblocks you can get, but if you get a good base tan and you don’t burn, you’re pretty much OK. Just wear hats and sunglasses. You don’t need to cover yourself in 45. It’s bad for you.”

Ashanti swears by her own OPC-3 Beauty Blend, saying: “It’s a powdered vitamin. It’s really good for skin and nails and internally for your immune system. With me traveling so much and going in and out of airports, there’s a lot of germs. It helps build up your immune system and gives energy.”

Kim Raver added: “Water. No, I’m joking, but there is some truth to that. I find that if I don’t drink enough water, it definitely shows in your skin. But then I would say mascara, eyelash curler, and Clarins makes this easy facial soap at night, which is the best thing ever.”