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She’s on top of her game these days, with a successful career and picture-perfect family, so it’s no wonder Jessica Alba is beaming on the August 2016 cover of Red magazine.
In her interview, the Honest Company honcho discusses the media’s obsession with youth- "It's so celebrated, but I don’t think you become the beauty that you truly are until you have lived life. It takes years to develop that sense of self. Years! I feel more beautiful now at 35 than I ever did, certainly in my twenties. That should be something that we talk about more; that women get more beautiful as time goes on. As women, we know this. It’s pop culture that needs to catch up.”
She never seems to stop winning, and Jessica Alba is a brown-eyed beauty on the front page of InStyle magazine’s July 2016 issue.
The “Fantastic Four” star confesses that she hasn’t always been a fashion icon, especially in her youth- “I was into wearing Triple Five Soul baggy cargo pants. I would get Hanes tank tops and dye them with Rit dye and wear Nike sports bras and sweatshirts. It was the opposite of sexy.”
The 35-year-old reality star picked up the first-ever Break the Internet gong at the Webby Awards in New York on Monday night (May 16). Mother-of-two Kim looked stunning in a black Vivienne Westwood dress as she arrived at Cipriani Wall Street for the ceremony, which has previously been labelled the Oscars of the Internet.
The American actress welcomed son James Knight in October 2013, with husband Kyle Newman, and admits she was a clueless when it came to looking after a baby. However Jessica, who has daughters Honor, seven, and four-year-old Haven, was there with sage advice whenever she needed it.
Jessica Alba's The Honest Company is under fire again over a series of eco-friendly cleaning products.
A class action complaint against the actress and her partners has been filed by Missouri housewife Margo Smith. She claims Honest bosses "deceptively marketed" the firm's "popular consumer liquid laundry detergent, dish soap, multisurface cleaner and other products" as not containing sodium lauryl sulfate.