Catherine Zeta-Jones 2004

Catherine Zeta-Jones in W Magazine, October 2004. Photo by Michael Thompson.

Catherine Zeta-Jones, who turns 48 today, has a well-defined aesthetic when it comes to hair and makeup: long, dark waves, a neutral lip, and a smoky eye. And the Feud actress is equally consistent when it comes to her skincare and fitness routine. Here, the Welsh beauty reveals her go-to beauty products, her favorite spa in Italy and more tricks of the trade.

Your look in three words:

Modern, classic, vintage.

Best advice from your dermatologist:

Don't forget to check your whole body for new and different shape freckles, not just your face, but the bits you don't look at every day.

Best advice from your facialist:

Don't pick!!!

Makeup miracles:

Eyelash curler, Kevyn Aucoin Brunette Brow Pencil, Kevyn Aucoin dark green eyeliner, Tom Ford Illuminating Powder Translucent #01, MAC Spice Lip Liner. These are my skincare favorites: Rhonda Allison's Pumpkin E Serum, Sarah Chapman Skinesis Overnight Facial, Methode Physiodermie Soft Face Biopeeling.

Most underrated product:

Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream ($22, ulta.com).

Never leave the house without:

Small Mason Pearson hair brush, Charlotte Tilbury mascara, MAC Spice Lip Liner, Marc Jacobs Slow Burn lip color, Clé de Peau Intensive Eye Contour Cream and the foundation. That's all for now, because the truth is nothing can be done properly in five minutes.

A good hair day starts with:

Kérastase wash and condition.

My hair colorist always says:

'I promise, it won't be too dark. Let's glaze it.' I am always terrified of losing the limited natural highlights I have in my very dark hair.

Nails must be:

Clean, buffed, and gorgeous, complimented with a color and no chips!!!

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Jamie McCarthy

Beauty from the inside out:

Water, maintaining my PH balance, no alcohol and through diet keeping my body free of any inflammation inside and out.

Exercise obsession:

Swimming, tennis, peloton, my home gym and tap dancing.

Drink of choice:

Cold press juice and Kombucha.

Product that you picked up from the pros:

Blend well, Dick Page.

A woman should smell like:

That she is wearing the fragrance, the fragrance is not wearing her.

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Appointment you’d love to nab:

I wish that I could have been one of the great Vidal Sassoon's clients in the sixties. That I could have been the first to have a fabulous blunt cut bob, chopped by him.

Spa-cation at:

The spa in Montecatini, outside of Florence in Italy, where they have natural hot cave saunas named Heaven, Purgatory and Hell, it’s the place for me.

In-tub must-read:

Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel García Márquez.

Best advice from mom:

Since I was a child she told me "Always look your best because you never know when you could meet the President of the United States!" She must have been talking about Kennedy.

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