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Style Serena Williams Shares How She Fits In Self-Care With Her Busy Schedule

20:55  30 july  2021
20:55  30 july  2021 Source:   essence.com

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Cheers to movements that matter! While chatting with the GOAT about her collaboration with Secret, we also received fun details about her summer beauty routine, her fashion staple, and even how she unwinds after a busy day. Check that out ahead.

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“I noticed that everyone is going through an eyebrow phrase, which I find interesting because my eyebrows are insanely thick and I had them first,” Williams playfully shares. "For the summer, I am experimenting with makeup, colors, and long lashes. Obviously, washing it all off is a whole new monster but it's not that complicated since I got this whole method down to a science years ago. I use coconut oil to remove my makeup and it literally slides off."

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“I’m into the one look and done thing. My clothing staple at the time is the Gaiter Mask Dress from my clothing line S by Serena," she explains. “With the Delta-9 variant of COVID-19 spreading, especially in Los Angeles, I want to stay protected and the built-in gaiter helps, you know? I would highly recommend wearing a mask under it, but it makes me feel a little bit better at least.”

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"The best self-care routine that I have now is just taking an hour a day for myself. Right now, I'm probably averaging like two or three hours a week. It really is kind of like a mental break," the mother-of-one reveals. “Sometimes I like to get facials or even binge-watch my favorite show at the time: Manifest."

She adds, “Being a mom, I really need it [self-care] because I give so much time to my daughter. I need to learn to have a little more balance.”

We couldn't agree with her more!

This Is How Serena Williams Does Self-Care .
Spa days, styling sessions, and a little bit of Nintendo Switch help the tennis superstar maintain work-life balance.In between juggling her title as the greatest tennis player of all time, multiple business ventures (such as her Serena clothing line and Serena Williams Jewelry collection), and of course, parenting her mini-me, Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr., the athlete wants to prioritize more time for herself. For Williams, that means indulging in a number of self-care activities—like taking a break with her trusty Nintendo Switch.

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