Gah! This is how Jessica Alba looks on a plane
Want to hear about her in-flight beautifying regimen?
Glancing at this creepy, grainy photo that hit Instagram last night, you'd assume you were looking at an outtake from the 2043280923 billionth Scream sequel.But that couldn't be further from the truth. It's actually an in-flight photo of Jessica Alba and her (also really gorgeous) makeup artist, Lauren Anderson, en route to Paris for the Dior couture show. They decided to take advantage of the downtime and do several beautifying mask treatments.
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"We started with the repair mask, then we did the eye masks, slept, and before we landed, we did the cucumber cooling mask," Lauren emailed me amidst her glamorous travels. Here are the masks they used:
* WEI Gingko Leaf Repairing Face Treatment Pads, $68 for 6 at Space NK
* Rich Coenzyme Q10 Moisturizing Eye Mask - not currently sold anywhere online, but your local beauty-supply store might carry it
* Naisture 15 Minutes Mask Sheet Pack in Cooling Cucumber, $22 for 10 at Amazon
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Photos: Instagram; Lauren Anderson
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