Jane Fonda Swears by This $10 Lipstick

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From Oprah Magazine
Jane Fonda is now in her eighties and still an undisputed style icon. From her daring red carpet looks (who could forget the Grammy Awards jumpsuit from a few years ago?) To her chic gray pixie, the Grace and Frankie actress has it - and continues to flaunt it. But the superstar's beauty routine is surprisingly down to earth.
What's on your must-have list right now? Hand cream. Lots and lots of hand creams. "Like so many people these days, I wash my hands all the time," says Fonda, reaching for Uncle Bud's hemp hand and foot cream (the actress who recently worked with the brand) on her soap and disinfectant-dried gloves to calm down . "It really helps."
Here the outspoken activist, arrested at a climate change rally last year, talks about how she continues to attract attention, what to expect from the final season of her hit Netflix series Grace and Frankie, and how you join her can fight for our planet.
On makeup for women over 50
Fonda is downright straightforward, but there is one item she cannot live without - her L’Oreal Paris Color Riche Matte Lipstick. "When I prepare for my Zoom calls, I usually do a short lip," she says. "I've never worn lipstick, but as I get older, and especially with gray hair, you need some color or you'll just fade away."
How she makes her skin look radiant
It's all about self-care. "I enjoy a face mask while I relax at the end of the day," says Fonda. Her favorite: Uncle Bud's $ 16 hemp Blue Light Face Mask. "Sun protection is also the key."
But it's not just about what she puts on her skin. The fitness fanatic who recently paid homage to her famous' 80s workout VHS with a celeb-studded exercise video promoting voter registration is as meticulous as she handles the rest of her body.
"I try to get eight hours of sleep, exercise regularly, eat lots of fresh fruits and vegetables, and drink plenty of fluids," she says. It shows: At 82, Fonda looks as sleek in a jersey as it did in 1982.
In the final season of Grace and Frankie
While Fonda can't reveal much about the conclusion of her hit show ("It's going to be really fun," she promises), she quickly responds that the hardest part of parting involves her co-star Lily Tomlin. "I'll miss her every day," says Fonda. "She moves me."
And while she enjoyed playing Grace Skolka (a role for which she received Emmy and SAG nominations) for seven seasons, she admits that she and her character couldn't be more different: “I'm not that tense, I'm not drink so much and I've never been a republican. "
In the upcoming elections
It has been said that it will be the most important choice of our time - and Fonda agrees. "It's important that we vote up and down the climate champions," she says.
But work doesn't stop on November 3rd: "After the election, no matter who wins, he should be ready to roll up his sleeves and join the effort to do what it takes," she says. And while she's shy about who will get her vote next month, those familiar with Fonda's activism likely have a hunch: "I'd rather push a centrist than fight a fascist."
About their love for hemp products
"When Uncle Bud first approached me about a collaboration, they sent me some products to try out, and although I was skeptical at first, they actually worked," says Fonda.
But the actress was a cannabis enthusiast long before she partnered with the brand. "I've been using a CBD vape pen for a while to get better sleep," she says. "Winona LaDuke, an Ojibwe leader and climate activist in Northern Minnesota, has been telling me about the value of hemp for many years and she says we should bring it back as it could be an important part of a new economy."
To her best life
"For me it means using yourself, including your shadow, and stepping into life with full authenticity."
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