Brooke Shields has some pretty simple advise she follows as she gets older.
Shields, who shares daughters Rowan, 20, and Grier, 17, with husband Chris Henchy, also hopes her daughters take a less is more approach.
“I'm even worse than my mother was,” she said, referring to how her mother would try to keep her natural look for as long as possible.
“I'm actually much tougher on my girls. They're so stunning and I will stand for none of it on their sweet, beautiful, faces," she stated. “The culture now is so different, the pressure to lip injections and all of these things. I'm like, ‘As long as you're living under my roof, you're not doing any of that.’"
The model also spoke about her changing appearance, which includes her eyebrows.
“They're thinner, they're graying, the whole thing,” the former model stated, adding that it's been "frustrating."
“I never used stuff to fill in my lashes, and now I need to," she continued. “I tried dying them once, and it was a huge mistake, because they were so dark. I looked crazy.”
Since the brunette beauty is a brand ambassador for True Botanicals, she uses it as part of her routine.
“I wasn't much of a serum person until I started working with True Botanicals, and that was really because I never knew what it did, or how it worked, or if it worked,” she shared.
“I start [my routine] with the Chebula Serum, which I mix it with a little bit of vitamin C, and I feel like that's made a huge difference on my skin," she continued.
Another trick Shields has is making sure she's well rested every night.
"Sometimes, it's just about getting enough sleep and drinking enough water — but not too much water — and that ends up making my skin look better ... if I'm doing everything that's unhealthy, not sleeping and drinking too much alcohol, it's going to show up first in my skin. I think that people don't think of their skin as the largest organ of their body, but it is. And we have to treat it like that," she told Today.com.