LOS ANGELES, CA - DECEMBER 11: Sharon Stone attends the 75th Annual Golden Globe Nominations Announcement on December 11, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images)

At the end of this week, March 10, Sharon Stone will turn 60 years old, and journalists are already preparing for this jubilee. The New York Times talked to the actress about her care rituals and favorite cosmetics to find out how she manages to keep the perfect shape on the screen and in everyday life for many years. 

Skin care
In the mornings I do not do much: I wash my face, I brush my teeth – I like toothpaste Arm & Hammer Truly Radiant. After a shower, I use a Shiseido body lotion. The choice of means for facial skin depends on weather and climate. If the air is dry, then I use Weleda, La Mer or Neutrogena with SPF 15. I use Eucerin products and face and body cream Avon Rich Moisture, which suits me.

 

 

 

Makeup

It all depends on the time of day. I like the tonal gel base without Chantecaille Future Skin oils. Usually I use IT Cosmetics CC + cream in the daytime. I have spots on my skin, and the tonal basis of Koh Gen Do helps to hide them. As for the carcass, among my favorites are Sisley and IT Cosmetics. I often use Nars products. I have been friends with Francois Nars for many years, we often celebrated birthdays together. In my cosmetic bag there is a creamy concealer of his brand and a liquid blush of Nars Orgasm. Recently tried a wonderful new lip balm from Chanel. And still I use liquid lipstick from Anastasia. She really knows how to get lipstick to stay in place.

 

Aroma

I like Chanel No. 5 and Dange Rose from Blumarine.

Hair

I’m doing haircuts. Many years ago, when I was still walking with long hair, a French hairdresser told me: “Pull all the hair up and just cut the ends.” From time to time, different masters complain to me about someone else’s work and they exclaim: “Who cut you ?!” Nobody likes someone else’s work in this matter.

Body care

I like going to massage when I have time.

Food and Fitness

I refused caffeine, I rarely drink soda and alcohol, but I eat meat and dark chocolate. I add sugar to tea if I want to. Excluded from the diet of gluten. At home I do pilates or go to the gym – it depends on my mood. However, I am not the person who will stand on the treadmill and will look at the wall. It is important not to forget about inner beauty – to seek a philosophy, a way of life or faith that can harmonize life. For me, Buddhism became such a source of strength.