Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Eva Longoria on the June 2017 Cover of Health Magazine

Eva Longoria shows off her fit body on the June 2017 cover of Health magazine. On the cover which was shot by James White, Eva is rocking a red AZZEDINE ALAIA sweater and a MISSONI bikini. In the issue, she talks her typical workout day, what makes her happy, her clothing line and so much more. Continue below to read some excerpts from her interview. For more on Eva's feature, visit and pick up a copy on newsstand. 

Halston jacket

On her clothing line being about making women feel confident and how the right outfit can have that effect:
Oh my God, it changes the way you stand up. The clothing line has been my dream since I was a child. My style motto is comfort, and I mean that. Am I physically comfortable? Does it feel good against my skin? Are the pants too tight and I'm awkward all day long? Is the dress bunching up in a weird place? Is this me, or is this a trend I'm trying to pull off?

On anything that she avoids wearing:
I'm not very comfortable wearing black. I just think it's boring, and I don't feel beautiful in it. Your wardrobe can really enhance your emotions, good or bad. My daily uniform is probably jeans, a silk shirt, and some heels. And a blazer. Or a dress. I call the dresses 'the onesies' because you step in, zip it up, and go. There's not a lot of overthinking and accessorizing.

On her red carpet regret:
Oh, sure. This preceded my stylist. There was a Tomb Raider premiere where I wore all leather. It was very appropriate for Tomb Raider, but it was almost like I was going to a theme party. The rest I just look back and go, 'Ugh, that was the style.' It's like a time capsule, and there is a decade of me just showing my stomach. Like, 'OK, Eva, can you stop wearing a crop top? Must you wear a crop top on every red carpet you go to?'

On her typical workout day:
I'm a runner, first of all. I run a lot. But I also do SoulCycle, Pilates, yoga. I usually mix it up. Now I'm starting with weight training. I kind of laid off the weights for a while, but I went to my nutritionist the other day, and she was like, 'Your muscle mass is low. You need to build muscle." And I'm like 'Oh man...'

On what makes her happiest:
My husband. Hearing him breathe makes me happy. It's not like, 'Oh, I love marriage.' I love being married to him. He's just—I can't even believe we found each other. We complement each other. We're supportive of each other. We adore each other. It's really sickening, and anybody who's around us is like, 'Ugh.' [Laughs]

Credit: Health magazine

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