Leslie Grace’s 4 Beauty Secrets to Be Camera Ready

(BPT) - With an active music career and a highly anticipated feature film premiering, Leslie Grace always looks camera ready. What are her secrets to looking and feeling her best? Her daily beauty routine! Here are four beauty secrets that Leslie swears by to get her through even the busiest of days.

Staying hydrated

“Something so easy, but it’s so crucial to overall health and skin glow: water! Drinking water is vital every time, especially on long working days,” said Leslie. She is known for always carrying around her reusable water bottle and eating fruits and vegetables to ensure her body is staying hydrated.

Caring for the skin

“One of my guilty pleasures growing up was making at-home face masks with my sisters,” said Leslie. She now carries the tradition by treating her skin to one the night before a big trip. Her favorites are at-home masks that she makes with sugar or honey. Leslie said that it leaves her skin feeling soft and moisturized, a natural glow for the travels ahead.

Ensuring a bright smile

Growing up in her mother’s salon gave Leslie a firsthand look at how to care for her hair and skin. She has always been grateful to her mother for showing her the importance of finding the right products for her individual needs in terms of glam or her daily routine. One of her favorite must-haves to achieve a dazzling smile is new Colgate Optic White Renewal toothpaste. “Colgate Optic White Renewal toothpaste is my secret to a younger, brighter smile! Its powerful formula contains 3% hydrogen peroxide and removes years of stains while being safe for the enamel,” said Leslie.

Beauty Rest

A secret Leslie learned early on is to know when your body is telling you it’s time to rest. “In order to look and feel radiant, sleep is necessary. Whether it’s a 20-minute nap, or a few minutes of closing your eyes with a guided meditation, knowing when you need to give the body a reset will ensure that you feel and look your best,” said Leslie.

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