Jenna Dewan: What’s In Her Bag?  | People Magazine

Jenna Dewan: What’s In Her Bag? 

WHEN it comes to women, the contents of her bag will tell you everything. Celebrities have cool purses to begin with, but what’s inside gives us a little peek into their glamorous lives. Birthday girl Jenna Dewan no doubt has her plate full with being a dancer, actress and mother to four year old Everly Tatum, so we know her bag is packed with essentials that we all could benefit from.

Drawstring Tassel Tote: R450, Woolworths

Lights Out

THIS busy mom needs help getting her beauty sleep. The luxe item she reaches for when catching Zzz’s? “My plush eye mask blacks out the room and doesn’t squish my eyelashes!”

Pure Collection Blue Toccato Eyemask: R409, Next Direct

Rock On

TATUM totes aquamarine and rose quartz crystals in her bag. ‘They balance me, especially the quartz.’ These crystals repair and strengthen your bio magnetic field. This means you will not leak energy from your auric field.

Pick Of The Glitter

“I love sparkles. I’m a dancer at heart!” Channel Jenna with a twinkling nail polish.

MegaRocks Glitter Nail Color In Waiting For My Solo: R32.95, By Wet ‘n Wild, Clicks

SPF S.O.S

ADVICE everyone should follow from Jenna is to always pack a SPF. “If I’m in the sun for five minutes, my melasma comes back, so I’m really good about sunscreen.”

50+UVA Emulsion Fragrance Free: R229.95, Eau Thermale Avène

Miracle Must-Have

“ARGAN Oil.  I don’t go on any travel days without it. It has the most moisturizing effect — it just makes you have this glow even though you’ve only slept for five hours. It’s incredible. I use it on my hair, on dry skin on my face — I just slather it all over before a flight and I wake up and it’s just dewy skin. So it’s kind of just my secret. Also an eyelash curler, mascara, and brow pencil.”


Body Oil: R59.95, Clere Radiance

Carli

Carli

I am Beauty Editor at People Magazine and a make-up artist. I have worked with many celebrities, including, Phumeza Mdaba, Boity, Zuraida Jardine and Rolene Strauss. I always knew I would work in magazines, as I grew up in publishing (my parents are publishers). When I’m not writing beauty or following my passion for make-up, I can be found reading and spending time with family and friends. I am also a tea-lover

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