Julia Roberts has been hitting "most beautiful" lists for years now, so it's no surprise she's included in People's 2019 issue.
The actress previously revealed the one skincare routine that she swears by: take your makeup off!
It's hardly surprising that Jennifer Lopez has been included in People's Most Beautiful 2019 issue.
The actress and singer is another celeb who is constantly asked about her anti-aging tips.
She previously told People that she always takes her makeup off before bed and regularly uses night cream.
Jennifer Aniston is one celebrity who looks better with age but she insists she's not one to buy into "anti-aging" products.
She previously told Allure of her skincare routine: "Anti-aging'... I just don't think it's the right word. It's more about keeping your skin healthy."
"We should be anti-bullying, anti-racism, anti all of that stuff, but I think anti-aging — we all are aging. It's natural, it's what happens. It's about aging beautifully and just being very taking good care of our skin."
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Asia Kate Dillon is among those honoured in People's Most Beautiful 2019 issue, with the actress being praised recently for understanding that there are different forms of beauty when talking about gender.
She told The Guardian, “We’ve been socialized and told that there is a way to describe people, and that way is by their gender or their sex.
“Ladies and gentlemen are not the only words – we’re just making assumptions about other people. It’s about allowing life to be so much more diverse and mysterious and beautiful than when we just assume we know all these things about total strangers.”
Lupita Nyong'o was also named one of People's Most Beautiful celebs of 2019.
The actress previously spoke about how she keeps her skin looking so amazing, telling Elle: "I keep my skincare routine simple; otherwise I wouldn’t do it. Face wash, toner, then natural oils—such as calendula—before moisturizer."
Sandra Oh is beautiful inside and out. She previously said in an interview with The New Potato that it's important to feel beautiful on the inside and then it will show on the outside.
She explained, "Physically, it’s all about gut health. If your gut is healthy, you’ll have less inflammation and be less depressed, which leads me to the second layer, which is mental.
"That’s about loving yourself, which is not always the easiest thing to do. It’s a practice and being kind in your mind and to your body. It doesn’t matter how 'pretty' someone is, if they’re a pill to be around, beauty is not present."
Selma Blair is beautiful inside and out!
The actress revealed her multiple sclerosis diagnosis in October 2018 and recently spoke about how she deals with the condition on a day-to-day basis, including how it's affected her makeup regimen.
She said on her Instagram Story: “My fine motor skills aren’t, like, fine at this moment so I just want to say, I’m gonna probably give a makeup tutorial never.
“But if I do, then you know I’m just really trying to have fun. ‘Cause I notice I put my makeup on in the morning and all day, people are rubbing my face -- friends -- and I say ‘Whatcha doin?’ And they’re, like, ‘Just a little makeup.’ And then my manager just said, 'Maybe I better not do this.'”
Julianne Moore is regularly snapped looking beautiful on the red carpet but she's sick of being asked about her look and aging.
In an interview with Porter magazine, she said: ''Oh my God. I've been talking about aging since I was 30 -- can we just be alive?
''We're all aging - children are aging. That's what life is and we have to accept that there's a beginning, a middle, and an end. It's important to remember there's a timeframe, so we can be awake for it.''
Melissa McCarthy was also named one of People's Most Beautiful celebs of 2019, with her regularly speaking about body positivity.
"There's an epidemic in our country of girls and women feeling bad about themselves based on what 0.5 per cent of the human race looks like," she told Redbook in 2016.
"It starts very young. My message is that, as long as everybody's healthy, enjoy and embrace whatever body type you have."
Kacey Musgraves' ridiculously successful year continues!
The singer has yet another honour to add to her collection as People names her on its "Most Beautiful" 2019 list.
Brie Larson has been making waves as the first female to bag a Marvel superhero film and she's another celeb to have been honoured for her beauty by People magazine.
She told People of making the list, “I feel very comfortable with the fact that my body will fluctuate and change and that’s important, too."
"I’m not trying to maintain a certain image of any kind. This is what the human experience is like. I’m in other countries, I’m going to eat those foods. I’m not going to stop doing that because I’m worried.”
Nicole Kidman is a timeless beauty and has been asked numerous times over her decades-long career about her skincare routine.
She told Harper's Bazaar that she follows two simple rules to keep looking incredible: wear sunscreen and take your makeup off every night.
Regina King is another one of People's Most Beautiful celebs of 2019.
Like the other stars on the list, King has had an incredible year.
The actress previously dished the dirt on her fave skincare products, telling MySkinAffair.com: "I’m a mascara fanatic! I really like MAC False Lashes mascara. That’s kind of my favourite right now. Lip gloss and mascara, those are my things!"
Joanna Gaines has also been recognized by People for her incredible beauty!
She famously did her own hair and makeup while filming "Fixer Upper" and said she wouldn't have had it any other way.
Gaines wrote in a blog post, “This is actually my choice and I don’t really love to have a team of people swarming me to touch up my blush and ‘shine spots.."
Sandra Lee is definitely known in the beauty industry so it's no surprise she made People's Most Beautiful 2019 issue.
The American dermatologist is also known as Dr. Pimple Popper, with her becoming a YouTube sensation for posting clips of skin extractions.
Michelle Yeoh is yet another celebrity that looks incredible.
Honoured in People's Most Beautiful 2019 issue, it was previously reported that Yeoh's secret to ageless-looking skin is Guerlain Orchidee Imperiale Eye and Lip Cream.
Elle Fanning definitely has natural beauty and she previously told Vogue that quite a lot of effort goes into maintaining her incredible look.
She told the mag, "I am definitely into taking care of my skin. It’s very precious. It makes you feel confident when your skin is good, it gives you a boost and a glow. I used to be someone who would sleep in my makeup, especially when I was in high school before I graduated and I’d stay up doing homework so much that I’d forget.
"But I’ve really learned that my skin is so much better when I do. You have to take it off, you have to."
Priyanka Chopra is another celebrity that has graced People's 2019 "Beautiful" issue.
The actress previously opened up about beauty standards for women, with her encouraging females to change how they view themselves.
She told Allure, “A lot of the things media has perpetuated have created false standards around beauty."
"People that have not grown up seeing themselves in the space have a harder time accessing self-love and acceptance. That's something we really push."
Camila Cabello always looks stunning but she previously admitted that if she's not on stage or doing an awards show, she's not one to glam herself up.
The singer, who collaborated with L'Oreal Paris on a makeup collection, insisted it was important for her to enable people to create that natural look when buying her products.
2018 was yet another huge year for Glenn Close and she's now been named as one of People's most beautiful celebs of 2019.
The 72-year-old recently opened up about getting older, insisting she feels as "free" and "sexual" as she ever has.