Health & Beauty
Warning: Don't Believe These Celebrity Beauty Lies
Sure, it would be amazing if every celebrity beauty tip worked. But let's face it: most of them don't. These seven lies are the biggest in the biz
While we know these A-listers have armies of dermatologists, trainers, and stylists working behind the scenes, we want to believe that it's easy to look as good as they do. (If there were a pill that could give you Scarlett Johansson's skin or Gisele's hair -- no matter how big of a skeptic you are -- wouldn't you take it?)
Which is why we end up dishing out money on celeb-endorsed products or starving ourselves on crazy fad diets -- only to find out that we've been duped by another celebrity beauty lie.
Skip ahead to see the biggest celebrity beauty lies.
We turned to experts to help dispel some of the myths celebrities have us believing -- from the ones that we know are far-fetched (like detoxing with leeches) to the ones that seem like they could work (juice fasts, anyone?). Read on to see which myths are totally busted.
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