Naomi Watts Talks Beauty and Motherhood in Good Health April 2013
The 44-year-old actress looked gorgeous on the front page while divulging a few personal beauty tips and chatting about her acting career.
Check out GossipCenter's recap from Miss Watts' interview below. For more, be sure to visit Good Health!
On avoiding cosmetic surgery:
"Never say never - and I certainly don't judge anyone who does it. But most of the characters I play are going through some kind of emotional turmoil, so my job requires me to have expression. If my face was froze, what right do I have to play that part? All the women who haven't anything to their faces are still able to play great roles. And some of the ones who have done something have messed it up- they look freakish. Anyway, for me it's about playing women with rich lives - and the longer the life, the deeper the winkles."
On looking flawless:
"Meditating and being with nature in the countryside. I love being outside with trees and water. I love the ocean air and sleeping. I do transcendental meditation, which keeps me calm and steady. I also drink lots of water and have a facial every six to eight weeks. I'm high-maintenance if I'm going to an event but in my own life I can't bear putting on make-up or blow-drying my hair. If you look in my handbag, there's no much in it apart from sunscreen. I do tint my eyelashes so I don't have to wear mascara every day."
On being a Hollywood mother:
"There's so much going on and [I'm] trying to balance being a mom with a career. It's both great that I've got both things but there are many times when I struggle. Sleep is something I'm deprived of. But I feel so rich inside - I feel blessed to be a mother. For me, it's been a way of fullfilling a long-buried childhood dream. I had always wanted to be a mother but when I was desperately searching for work in LA after I moved there from Australia, any thoughts of family were very distant indeed and it seemed that it might never happen for me. Both of us [Liev Schreiber] love what we do, but we're also both very, very hands-on parents and it's the most important thing for us to make sure the family stays together, so it will inevitably be a juggling act from now until they're grown up."
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