Kate Hudson Says This Nightly Routine Was a Beauty "Game Changer"
Growing up, did you have any insecurities you had to learn to move past? Oh, all kinds. But there was no time to worry about my looks the way I grew up. I have three brothers, and it was constantly like, “Get outside! Hurry up!” I was always convinced that I could do what my older brother was doing—and do it better. I wasn’t necessarily a tomboy, but I was a sporty, get-dirty, adventurous kind of girl. I think that’s how you can tell that a girl has brothers—she’ll often be unaware of her appearance. It wasn’t until I got older that I went, “Oh!” when someone pointed out my ears.
How did you feel after chopping off all your hair last year? I believe that hair holds a lot of energy. I think any woman who has shaved her head would say it’s freeing. You can’t hide any part of yourself. You’re just facing the world—the good, the bad, the ugly.
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