Kate Hudson is one courageous lady not only when it comes to her film choices but also the sort of beauty treatments she is willing to undergo. She has tried gadgets, treatments that are most likely to find a home in the Blade Runner movie (look it up, great movie!).
Even more impressive is how she is willing to share these experiences on SnapChat.
Amongst those experiences include high tech under-eye patches that Hudson believes work like a charm. She is also forthcoming about how much they hurt…apparently it is a lot.
Next up on the list of weird and wacky is an LED face mask. The face mask is said to boost collagen production and prevent breakouts. Think of it as one of those mosquito zappers that instead zap your zits away.
She is also a big fan of the Chantecaille Gold Energising Eye Recovery Face Mask so much so that she used it for her skin prep for the 2017 Golden Globe Awards. You can read my review for the face mask by clicking HERE.
Kate Garry Hudson was born in Los Angeles, California and is the daughter of Academy Award winning actress Goldie Hawn and Bill Hudson, an actor, comedian and musician.
Her parents divorced when she was 18 months old and along with her brother, she was raised by Kurt Russell in Snowmass, Colorado and Pacific Palisades, California. Relationship with her biological father has always been strained and Hudson considers Russell as her father.
Kate Hudson graduated from Crossroads in 1997, a college preparatory school in Santa Monica.
She was also accepted into New York University but chose to forgo an undergraduate degree to pursue a career in acting.
Her first couple of roles were relatively were low key as she appeared in Desert Blue and Ricochet River in 1998.
It was not until 2000 that she finally got the attention of both the critics and fan by appearing as Penny Lane in Cameron Crowe’s Almost Famous (2000).
Her hard work and dedication had paid off and she was won the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress as well.
Outside of the world of movies, she also co-founded Fabletics, American online subscription retailer that sells women’s sportswear and accessories, commonly referred to as athleisure.