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Alicia Silverstone's Earth Day 2011 Tips

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Earth Day is Friday, April 22nd and who better to help us ring it in with style than eco-activist and vegan goddess, Alicia Silverstone?

Access Hollywood scored an exclusive interview with the author and actress, where they asked her about her eco-cosmetics line and to divulge her secrets to staying beautiful while helping save the environment.

“Going green isn’t just about buying new eco-friendly products, it’s also about not being wasteful with the ones you already have,” the 34-year-old said. “Prolong the life of your makeup brushes (like the luxurious ones in my EcoTools 6-Piece Brush Set & Bag!) by washing them regularly and keeping them in a clean place.”

The mother-to-be then added, “Get naturally beautiful locks and reduce electricity use while you’re at it by air drying your hair in the warmer months… once you let it go a few times, you’ll realize what gorgeous natural texture you already have.”

Silverstone uses cruelty-free products in her own EcoTools line, and stated, “Protect our furry friends and combat animal testing by using cruelty-free beauty products. Read the label carefully if you’re unsure. Many people think that eco-conscious products don’t perform as well – that’s truly not the case!”

We couldn’t agree more, being green is beautiful!

 

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