Emily Ratajkowski of 'Gone Girl' Dishes On Beauty and Workout (or Lack Thereof) Routine

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Emily Ratajkowski has been a hot ticket of late as she promotes her new film with Zac Efron, We Are Your Friends.

So how does Gone Girl star get red carpet ready?

Apparently, effortlessly.

In an interview with The New York Times, Ratajkowski shared her frank opinions on beauty and fitness.

"I don't have a trainer, and I don't really go to the gym. I go on long walks and hikes with my girlfriends," Emily freely admitted. "That's about it. I'm just not a crazy fitness person. I'm definitely an outlier in the industry."

The 24-year-old beauty rides the L.A. health craze when it comes to her diet, although she doesn't seem to be a stickler about what goes into her slim figure.

"For me, it's about feeling good about what you eat. I do love turmeric and beet juices. It's so L.A., you can't avoid it."

When it comes to makeup, the actress said her regime is minimal.

"I have really big features, so a little makeup goes a long way. I would hate to look like a clown. During the day, I use Glossier Perfecting Skin Tint. I'm using the dark color because I have a bit of a tan. I'm not sure it really covers much, but it evens me out."

Emily also says she is not really big on perfume.

"I actually don't wear fragrance," said Ratajkowski. "I always feel like I smell cheap. I guess I just haven't found one that's not overpowering or too sweet. Even when I try one of the super masculine scents, I just think, ‘I don't want to smell like a man.' Besides, I like my own scent."

Despite her minimal beauty and fitness routine, there is one indulgence that Emily swears by — Korean Spas.

"My big treat is that once a month I go to a Korean spa. The one I go to, called Natura, is not as popular as the ones most of Hollywood goes to. I usually go about 40 minutes before my appointment, and you can get into all these different pools. Then you get a body scrub, and you're lying there naked with 20 other women. They just treat you like a piece of meat, but it's worth it. Then you shower, and I like the acupressure massage. Those ladies are strong! They even put grated cucumber on your face."

Keeping it simple seems to work for the beautiful Emily Ratajkowski.

Pam Wright