Catherine Zeta-Jones has given her social media followers a rare glimpse of her movie-star lifestyle by posting a photograph of her beauty cabinet. The Entrapment actress shared the snap with her 677k Instagram followers, leaving many fascinated by the star’s various lotions and potions. Catherine, 47, captioned the picture: “My face and body essentials. And no, I don't use them all at the same time. #potions #lotions#love.” The photo revealed five shelves packed full of expensive-looking face creams and make-up, with luxurious brands Lancome, Charlotte Tilbury and Nature Bisse on show.
The actress’s followers enjoyed trying to work out the names of her beauty products, with one writing: “All right, admit it. Who's squinting really hard to see what she's using?” Another fan posted: “Omg I need to get on Catherine Zeta-Jones' level.” A third asked the star: “You have the best brows. Which pencil adorns those gorgeous brows?” While some followers were particularly taken by the tidiness and order to Catherine’s cabinet, which displayed bottles neatly lined up. One person said: “You are so organized! Please come to my house!” while another flattered the famous mum, “No wonder you have beautiful skin you take care of it so well.”
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Catherine, who is married to Hollywood star Michael Douglas, posted another selfie in the same week, which showed her looking extremely glamourous with her hair in rollers. She wrote beside the snap: “Cooking a curl' on my way to take the garbage out. #SelfieSaturday.” Once again, her fans commented on the fun picture. One wrote: “I love a girl with a sense of humour about herself - this girl is absolutely gorgeous even in this moment.” Another remarked: “Hahaha ... that's so cute...This is how I look when I do my hair. It’s the simplest and most successful way to get my hair under control. Great!” And Catherine’s down to earth nature was appreciated by her fans, with one noticing: “Nice to hear that you take the garbage out yourself rather than the housekeeper. It's good to be non-diva sometimes.”