Scarlet Johansson plays a number of on-screen roles, but her real passion is dermatology. When the actress isn’t dazzling audiences, she’s reading up on the epidermis. Last month Johansson told ELLEher findings. “Lemon juice,” she says, “is great for lightening [skin]. It can be a bit stinging, so you can dilute with water.” Johansson also recommends apple cider vinegar for healing blemishes, though cautions against its pungent odor. The natural and organic movement has more celebrity clout behind it. Model Cindy Crawford prescribes a mixture of whole milk and water for skin hydration. Teri Hatcher, meanwhile, enjoys a glass of wine…in her bathtub. The desperate housewife pours vino in to her spa water to soften and exfoliate skin. Strange regimes for sure, but since they’ve made their money from looking good, we are not here to argue. Instead, these resourceful girls inspire us to think of the best ways to improve your hair care with natural remedies. And we found the kitchen cupboard to be your golden egg. For some unexpected daily hair care tips, click style notes. Click for StyleNotes →
With her legendary beauty mark and big sexy hair, Cindy was the first brunette bombshell of the modern era. Brown haired babes before her had been exotic, gamine, sophisticated, but Crawford was an all American, girl-next-door sex kitten, a role usually reserved for blondes. Crawford was one of the last true supermodels; her curvy figure graced over six hundred magazine covers. Cindy has said her favorite thing about her own body is that it’s strong, and we couldn’t agree more; her confidence exudes from every photograph. Cindy inspires us to live healthy, embrace our quirks, and use a little more hairspray. Click style notes to see more iconic images of Cindy.