7 Celebrities’ Frugal Beauty Tips

7 Celebrities’ Frugal Beauty Tips
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Despite having glam squads and pricey products at their disposal, some celebrities know that sometimes a cheap beauty trick is better. If you want glowing skin without spending tons of cash, try these star-endorsed frugal beauty tips...

She may be the face of Givenchy's Very Irrésistible perfume, but Amanda Seyfried actually has a very low-key beauty routine. She told InStyle Magazine, "Right now I'm wearing coconut oil on my legs. A friend of mine uses it as moisturizer on her face, so that's where I got the idea. It's really messy but it works."

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Supermodel Miranda Kerr has her own skin care line, but when it comes to her hair, she heads for the kitchen. "Olive oil and lemon juice! At least once a week, I mix the two together and leave the mixture on my hair for as long as possible," she told French Elle. "It's a home recipe my mother taught me and I have yet to find a better way to repair my split ends after a catwalk show."

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Emma Stone has said her allergy to almost everything has limited the amount of products she's able to use. She told French Elle, "When I want to exfoliate my skin, I simply scrub it with some baking soda."

Read more: 28 Tips for Clear Skin in Less Than a Month

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She's been in the modeling business for a long time, which means Kate Moss has learned a few beauty tricks along the way. She told Marie Claire UK, "If I wake up in the morning and look tired and puffy, I fill a sink with ice and cucumber and submerge my face. It instantly tightens everything, making you feel and look instantly awake."

Read more: Kate Hudson’s Painful Beauty Trick

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It seems more and more celebrities are jumping onto the coconut oil bandwagon, including Mandy Moore. She told People magazine it's the ultimate moisturizer. "It's a little oily when it goes on but your body drinks it up pretty quickly, and it smells yummy without being overpowering."

Read more: Why You Should Never Wash Your Face With Bar Soap

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Most celebrities get pricey facial and laser treatment before hitting the red carpet, but Scarlett Johansson told French Elle, "I use lemon juice diluted with water instead of toner to make my skin glow and reduce marks. It's perfect for the days before a red carpet appearance."

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Emma Roberts revealed in People magazine that she also prefers natural beauty products. "Apple cider vinegar is great at removing any [product] build-up. I also love putting almond oil on my skin as it traps in moisture after showering."

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