Jessica Biel Stuns In Low-Cut Dress On Red Carpet
All tongues were wagging and all cameras were pointed at Jessica Biel this past Thursday when the actress took the red carpet at Tiffany & Co.’s Blue Book Gala.
And today, everyone is still talking about the velvety low-cut gown she was wearing, because it truly made Biel stand out from the rest of the celebs.
Sporting pulled back hair, bright red lipstick, and diamonds, the 32-year-old looked not only sexy, but classy, which are two great styles to merge together. In fact, the actress looked so good she had to share a picture of herself with others, and posted a selfie on her Instagram account.
When asked, Biel said she loved the Tiffany & Co. diamond necklace she was wearing, because it looked like an old piece of jewelry, but it still had that modern day feel.
“It’s incredible,” she said. “It feels like it could be from another time. It’s modern now and it could have been modern 100 years ago. It has that feeling to me.”
With Biel fastly approaching her mid-30s, she tries to do little things to slow down the aging process, she says, but when it comes to plastic surgery or other serious treatments, they really scare her.
“I’ve definitely started to think about it,” she said about getting older. “I’m a bit of a fraidy cat when it comes to anything really aggressive. So at this point I’m pretty much [doing] sunscreen, hats, and moisturizing. I haven’t’ tapped into too many anti-aging products, but it’s definitely on my mind.”
And when it comes to other beauty secrets, the Hitchcock actress said women don’t necessarily need a whole bunch of facial treatments or beauty products to look good.
“One piece of advice was from my friend’s beautiful French mother, who literally only ever washed her face with Dove soap and water and she has the most beautiful skin,” said Biel.
“And I’m looking at her going, ‘Have I been messing this up my whole life? Buying all these beautiful products and I just needed Dove soap?’ So I’ve heard that bit of beauty advice, and then of course, sleep, water, hydrate.”
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