Priyanka Opens Up About Her Mom’s Advice She Swears By and Also Beauty Rules She’s Breaking

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From getting crowned as Miss World to venturing into Bollywood and eventually becoming a global icon, Priyanka Chopra Jonas has surely come a long way. It will take up a lot of time to count all the feathers in PeeCee’s hat which she has earned with sheer hard work and dedication. Recently, she even made a debut as an author by publishing her memoir titled ‘Unfinished’. Surely, Priyanka has a long way to go on her professional front.

The Fashion movie actress has proved that glass ceiling doesn’t exist for anyone who aims for the stars. Priyanka Chopra just like anyone from the tinsel town is obsessed with on-going trends. She even once revealed that how she can’t enough of the sweatpants.

Keeping aside the fashion world, as for beauty, the one rule that Priyanka thinks is overrated is too much makeup. In fact, the actress believes in enhancing her features. Mrs. Jonas says that she is really someone who advocates for great skin.

Furthermore, she added that she has always believed in the concept of less is more when it comes to makeup and beauty.

In a recent interaction, Priyanka Chopra Jonas also spilled the beans and revealed the advice given to her by her mother Madhu Chopra. The White Tiger actress even credited her mom’s beauty to this simple piece of advice.

PeeCee’s mom believes in a basic yet crucial skincare necessity which is hydration. The first thing she does in the morning is to have some warm water with a slice of lemon squeezed in it. It is a vital part of her and her mother’s skincare routine.

The Hollywood starlet also candidly spoke about three beauty products which she can’t go without. The first in the list is a moisturizer, the second is vitamin C serum or a hydrating facial oil because of her dry skin, the third one is lip balm which PeeCee swears by.

Well, seems like Priyanka Chopra has her set of tips and tricks to keep her skin flawless amidst her busy work schedule.

Published by siddhi ajgoankar on 30 Mar 2021

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