Wednesday Star Catherine Zeta-Jones Shares Swimsuit Photo of "Me In Capri"
Wednesday star Catherine Zeta-Jones enjoyed a trip to Capri, Italy to round off the summer months. Zeta-Jones, 54, shared a stunning picture of herself lounging on a yacht against a beautiful ocean background, wearing a black swimsuit and long blue kaftan. "Me in Capri, with my friend's knee💙that's amore😂pic by @romcaz," she captioned the post. Zeta-Jones is only getting better with age—here's how she does it.
Zeta-Jones key to aging gracefully is based on both physical and mental wellbeing. "Take your makeup off every night," she says. "And hydrate! Hydrate! Hydrate! Drink water. I always have a glass of water nearby. Ultimately, beauty comes from the inside, so do what makes you happy and content."
Inspired by Her Mother
Zeta-Jones's mother inspired her to always look her best. "My mam always looked glamorous (she still does)," she says. "'Just making the best of what I've got,' she'd say with a flirty wink. 'You never know when you'll meet the president of the United States!' God, I couldn't imagine the president of the United States strutting down our street. Neil Kinnock maybe, the Welsh leader of the Labour Party, but not the president. But duly noted, Mam, duly noted. My love of make-up began with you."
Zeta-Jones says she never leaves home without a few beauty essentials. "A small Mason Pearson hair brush, Charlotte Tilbury mascara, MAC Spice Lip Liner, Marc Jacobs Slow Burn lip color, Clé de Peau Intensive Eye Contour Cream and the foundation," she says. "That's all for now, because the truth is nothing can be done properly in five minutes."
Zeta-Jones makes a serious effort with her signature smokey eye look. "I hate harsh lines," she says. "I draw and blend around the eyes with my pencil, extending out a little to elongate just past the lash line. I call this my everyday look. I use an eyelash curler for my eyelashes, which is as essential to me as the vast amounts of water I consume daily. Note to self: I need to add my eyelash curler to my desert island must-haves. (I will forage for water.) Next comes mascara. I don't hold back here — lashings and lashings. After the lashes, I take my eye pencil and go back for an extra smudge."
She Enjoys the Sun
Sunbathing responsibly is crucial for enjoying the sun while minimizing health risks. First, always use sunscreen with an appropriate SPF, even on cloudy days, to protect against harmful UV rays. Reapply it every two hours, or after swimming or sweating. Choose the time of day wisely; avoid sunbathing during peak sun intensity, usually between 10 AM and 4 PM. Wearing protective clothing, like hats and sunglasses, can also shield your skin and eyes from sun damage. Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water, as the sun can quickly dehydrate your body. Finally, listen to your body; if you feel overheated or burnt, seek shade immediately. Adopting these practices can ensure a safer and enjoyable sunbathing experience.