Friday, January 11, 2019

Drew Barrymore on the January 2019 Digital Cover of Glamour UK Magazine


While we haven't seen much of Drew Barrymore on the red carpet, you can catch her on the January 2019 digital cover of Glamour UK magazine. On the cover which was shot on google pixel 3, Drew is wearing a floral top. In the issue, she talks plastic surgery, drugs, and so much more. continue below to read some excerpts from her interview. For more on Drew's feature, visit GlamourMagazine.com/uk




On her additive personality:
I have an extremely addictive personality. I’ve never done heroin, and I don’t want to get plastic surgery because I feel like they’re both very slippery slopes. I feel if I try either, I’m going to be dead really soon.

On being natural:
Not messing with my face or chasing some unnatural beauty is a standard I live by. I have dark circles under my eyes. I was at my dermatologist’s recently who said to me, ‘Can I shoot some Juvederm up there? It will raise the skin and it won’t be so sunken, which is causing the darkness to look worse, because it’s lower than the natural light that is hitting it.’ And I went: ‘No, but I’m gonna go home and start highlighting under my eyes, so thank you for the tip!

On her beauty brand:
I was vegan and an animal-rights activist a lot of my life, so I think it’s just held over from that. I used to be a crazy fundamentalist and didn’t wear leather. So for my own brand, I had to be true to my ethics. People sometimes assume we’re a major botanical, organic company because we’re called Flower Beauty and I’m like, oh no – bring on the chemicals. I want good pigments and amazing products that perform.” Is there a product in her collection she swears by? “Our concealer wand is phenomenal. 

On feminism:
I was a bit scared of feminism when I was younger because of all the male bashing. And there are a lot of women’s movements now that I’m apprehensive about, because I don’t want to be viscerally angry at men. I love men. I like keeping both sides in mind. I avoid anything political, where I sense too much anger. It’s just not the way I find messaging to be truly empowering.

Credit: Glamour UK


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