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Jessica Alba reveals she regrets her tattoos

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Jessica Alba has an impressive collection of tattoos, but the 35-year-old has now revealed that she regrets some of her inking. Speaking about the advice she would give her younger self, the actress admitted that she would suggest thinking "twice before getting a tattoo".

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Jessica Alba has admitted she regrets some of her tattoos

"You're never going to be in the same place emotionally and mentally at 18 that you are at 20 or 25 or 30," she explained to Allure. "Something that's meaningful to you when you're younger is not going to be meaningful to you five years later."

She added: "Understand that tattoos are forever. I have a few tattoos. I'm not into them now the way that I was."

The Into the Blue actress admitted that she also regretted the amount of make-up she wore in her younger years. "I actually wore too much make-up when I was a teenager," she confessed. "I wore a full face and I probably [should have] worn a lot less."

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The actress has a series of inkings

Nowadays, there's no doubt that the star has upped her beauty game. Hailed as an icon and guru by her legions of followers, Jessica also launched an Honest Beauty range as part of her Honest Company.

This week saw the American beauty expanding her already-impressive empire, announcing the exciting news that the range will now include hair care products.

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She is launching a haircare range as part of Honest Beauty

Taking to Instagram, Jessica shared a stunning photo in which she wears her hair down in bouncy, voluminous curls, after having used the products to style the look. "It's a big day for @honest_beauty – Haircare is here!" she wrote in the accompanying caption to her 8.6 million followers. "We've been working on this line for years. Breakthrough botanicals + pro hair formulas. I know you're going to love it as much as I do! Link in bio! #honestbeauty."

Jessica first launched the Honest Company in 2012, to include a wide range of products including everything from bath and body products to diapers and cleaning tools, with Honest Beauty marking the label's first foray into the world of beauty.

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