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Kate Moss admits encroaching middle age and a growing maturity has helped her strike the healthy balance she lacked at the height of her modelling career.
The Croydon born star, plucked from obscurity and pushed into the limelight after being discovered at the tender age of 14, has turned her back on the wild nights that epitomized her jetsetting youth... at least to a certain extent.
Care - Bit - Kate - December/January - Edition
'I’ve learned to take care of myself a bit more,' Kate, 44, tells the December/January edition of Harper's BAZAAR. 'I do yoga every day. I don’t go out nearly as much. And I take care of my skin, which somehow has held up.
'The bad things I have done usually take their toll, and I’ve been quite lucky in that respect, but you have to put in the work.'
Kate - Stability - Approach - Appearance - Beauty
Kate's newfound stability is offset by a surprisingly relaxed approach to her appearance and beauty regime, with the star admitting she has no desire to be consumed by her image.
'I think it helps that I don’t take myself too seriously,' she said. 'You don’t want to be a slave to beauty.
Beauty - Products
'Don’t get me wrong, I love beauty products more than ever—as you get older, you have more to hide—but I’m not obsessed.
'Even when I’m going out, I still find it hard to wear false eyelashes and stuff. Sometimes [makeup artist] Pat McGrath will be like, "Come on, darling, let’s put a lash on you," but I...
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