Mean Girls Star Auli'i Cravalho Shares Swimsuit Photo From "Outside"
Auli'i Cravalho is exploring the outdoors – in her swimsuit. In a recent social media post the Mean Girls star shows off her amazing body in a bathing suit. She captioned the series of Instagram snaps, "in case you forgot how we act outside," eliciting lots of fire emojis from her followers. How does the star, who plays Janis Ian, in the 2024 revival of the hit film, approach health and wellness? Celebwell rounded up her top lifestyle habits.
This Is How She Deals with Nerves
Auli'i admits that she does "get nervous before most events…just wondering what everyone is thinking," to Seventeen. "So I tell myself, 'This night will be what it'll be, but it'll be what I make it as well.' Even if my heart feels like it's going to leap out of my throat, I'll make the best of it. It'll be a positive experience if I will it to be so."
She Gets a Lot of Sleep
Auli'i prioritizes getting her sleep. "If I'm not working, I'm waking up at around 2:00 PM. I do not set an alarm. That's my body saying it's time to wake up. Before I get out of bed," she told Vanity Fair. What are the health benefits of sleep? According to the Sleep Foundation, getting enough z's is a mood booster, promotes heart health, regulates blood sugar, improves mental function, restores your immune system, helps relieve stress, and aids in weight loss.
This Is Her Morning Routine
Auli'i has a morning routine. She starts by brushing her tongue, scraping it and using "mouthwash. Really, the only kind of beauty thing that I do in the morning is tone my face with micellar water, put on sunscreen. I try not to wear too much makeup, but I do have this really great concealer that I just picked up. It's a Cle de Peau. It's expensive, but you just put it on little dots and suddenly you can go out the door."
She Drinks Tea
Auli'i drinks tea. "If I'm feeling fancy when I wake up, my first beverage is tea. I have to get better at drinking water. My favorite teas are Throat Coat, chamomile, hibiscus, green tea, Earl Gray, and chai tea. I love tea," she said. Numerous studies have shown that a variety of teas may boost your immune system, fight off inflammation, and even ward off cancer and heart disease.
She Mixes Up Her Meals
Auli'i loves a variety of food. "I always have pasta and Cheerios in my cupboard," she told Vanity Fair. "And that's on being 19 and living alone." She often orders Post Mates and has dinner delivered. "I love sushi. I love poke, Thai food," she added.
Auli'i also reads and listens to podcasts. "I have picked up some really great books. I also have been listening to some podcasts. I feel like I'm learning a lot from listening to other people. I listen to my podcast through my headphones and I keep it in my pocket while I'm cleaning my house."