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Apr. 17, 2013
Brooklyn says “No” to Facial Hair, Meggings and Sweet-Smelling Air Fresheners
The GQ&A: Brooklyn Decker Says “No” to Facial Hair, Meggings, and Sweet-Smelling Air Fresheners
BY STELIOS PHILI
Back in February, I interviewed actress and supermodel Brooklyn Decker for GQ’s April issue about…home scents. Yes: Home scents. When I told her we needed to talk about “smell,” she got kind of nervous—like I was going to say she smelled bad or something. The first mention of home scents, however, disarmed her immediately, and she revealed her disdain for lemon bar-scented man-homes as well as foot odor. And then, perhaps as a preemptive measure, she added, “I mean, I probably smell half the time, which is too much information.” She smelt like model, which is to say, very good.
At the time, Decker was promoting Gillette’s Fusion Pro Glide razor and had just announced the results of the brand’s survey on facial hair: 85 percent of women like kissing clean-shaven guys instead of bearded ones. She agreed. (MEN, FYI: BEARDS GIVE BROOKLYN DECKER PIMPLES.) But there is one exception: “The Brawny man is a prime example of a guy with a cool-looking mustache.” After hearing her candid thoughts on facial fair, I moved on to the topic of meggings, or man leggings. Having never heard of them, she was shocked and extremely curious at the mere suggestion (“What do they do about their junk?”). Below, a delightfully random conversation with Brooklyn Decker.
··· GQ: You were a part of Gillette’s “Kiss & Tell” campaign, which found that women prefer to kiss a clean-shaven dude over a bearded man. Where do you stand?
Brooklyn Decker: A little scruff looks nice, but it feels so uncomfortable. Think about how a guy wants a girl to have smooth legs: It’s expected. Shouldn’t a guy be expected to do the same on his face? I think that’s only fair. I thought women would be like, “Yeah, it’s uncomfortable, but I like the way it looks,” similar to a pair of shoes. The results go to show you that women are passionate about a smooth face—they don’t care what it looks like, they just want it to be soft against their skin. Also, women can get beard burn, have you seen that?
GQ: Woah, really?
Brooklyn Decker: Yeah, girls can start breaking out on their face…not fun.
GQ: Even you?
Brooklyn Decker: Yes. I hate the scratching and the red mustache I get afterwards. And you can get pimples on your chin because of the oils from the facial hair and the stabbing. It’s not a cute look.
GQ: But aren’t there certain beard legends that get a free pass?
Brooklyn Decker: I mean, the Brawny man is a prime example of a guy with a cool-looking mustache. Does he still have it?
Brooklyn Decker: He shaved it off? That’s unfortunate. A cartoon on paper towel-packaging is the only one I can think of, so I guess that shows you what I think about beards. Lumberjacks in general can get away with a beard. Or if you live in Alaska.
GQ: Next topic: Scent. What’s your criteria for how a guy’s place should smell?
Brooklyn Decker: Guys, your home should never smell like artificial food: candy canes, gum drops, lemon bars. I mean, I will consume lemon bars in mass quantities, but I don’t want my house to smell like one. Something more organic—say, a clean, woodsy scent—is always nice.
GQ: It’s like, “Are you making me lemon bars or not? What’s with this deception?”
Brooklyn Decker: Exactly! He should be making real freakin’ lemon bars. And then his place can smell like a lemon bar. I should have brought some. [Looks around the press conference room table] There’s like a whole platter of room temperature croissants if you would like one.
GQ: Nah, I’m good.
Brooklyn Decker: Do you smell the artichoke by the way? It sort of smells like vomit. Too much information. [To her publicists] Do you guys smell that? No? It’s good now. I’ve gotten used to it. As you do.
GQ: Is there anything else beyond an artificial scent that bothers you?
Brooklyn Decker: A lot of guys do smell like feet. I mean, I probably smell half the time, which is too much information, but you never want to leave sweaty gym clothes in the hamper for a week or two—it just gets worse over time.
GQ: What’s the scent of choice in your own home?
Brooklyn Decker: You know what I love the smell of? Christmas trees and pine. I always have a pine candle even if it’s not Christmas. Or fir. Frasier fir is a nice smell in the house. I live in Texas and my yard has deer and fox and raccoons, so it kind of smells woodsy anyways.
GQ: What’s the most PC way to have a scent intervention with a smelly friend?
Brooklyn Decker: Tell somebody that they stink. Because people have told me that in the past and I have to just swallow the truth. What do you think the PC way is?
GQ: I’d use “reek.”
Brooklyn Decker: Yeah, “reek” is good. Any sort of adjective to describe “stinky.”
Brooklyn is on the cover of the new issue of Women’s Health UK, hitting newsstands today (April 3rd). It’s a reprint from her Women’s Health US photo shoot when she was promoting ‘Just Go With It’ but we were able to find some new outtakes as well as some new pieces of interview
Brooklyn Decker ‘awestruck’ by Jennifer Aniston’s bikini body
Published Wednesday, Apr 3 2013, 00:01 BST | By Mayer Nissim
Brooklyn Decker has claimed that she was “awestruck” on seeing Jennifer Aniston in a bikini.
Decker told Women’s Health that she was impressed by the Friends star’s body when they worked together on 2011 comedy movie Just Go With It.
On whose body she would like, Decker said: “It’s got to be Jennifer. She’s so active and had to be in a bikini for Just Go With It – she just had this glow about her.
“I was a bit awestruck! I was invited to do yoga with her on set but they had so many good yogis I was intimidated and chickened out.”
She added: “I hate watching myself on screen! It’s like when you hear your voice on an answering machine, but worse.
“I watch every mannerism, every facial expression. I find myself going, ‘Do I really make that face? Is that really how my voice sounds?’”
Asked about how marrying tennis star Andy Roddick had affected her self-image, Decker said: “For me it’s taken the emphasis off my looks and appearance – the emphasis modelling ingrained in me – and given me a healthier outlook on the female form.
“Being married to an athlete has changed my perception of women and what my body is capable of.”
The full Brooklyn Decker interview appears in the May/June issue of Women’s Health, on sale today (April 3). Also available as a digital edition.
Brooklyn Decker: I ‘chickened out’ of doing yoga with Jennifer Aniston because I felt ‘intimidated’
The 25-year-old supermodel wife of tennis star Andy Roddick tells Women’s Health UK that “Being married to an athlete has changed my perception of women and what my body is capable of.”
BY RACHEL MARESCA / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 2013, 12:29 PM
Brooklyn Decker covers the May/June issue of Women’s Health UK revealing she was in awe of 44-year-old Jennifer Aniston’s flawless figure on the set of their 2011 film “Just Go With It.”
When the blond beauty was asked who she would want to play her body double, Decker said, “it’s got to be Jennifer. She’s so active and had to be in a bikini for ‘Just Go With It’ — she just had this glow about her. I was a bit awestruck!”
Decker dished that she passed up the opportunity to work out with the former “Friends” star at the time because she felt a little self-conscious.
Decker tells the magazine that ‘My rule of thumb is that if I’m working, I eat healthily. I have such a sweet tooth that I can’t let myself indulge because work is where I spend most of my time, so when I’m at work, no bad food.’
“I was invited to do yoga with her on set but they had so many good yogis I was intimidated and chickened out,” she admitted.
The 25-year-old stunner, who is married to tennis pro Andy Roddick, went on to talk about her hubby’s perception of beauty.
“The biggest thing for me about being with Andy is that athletes in general tend to appreciate different things about women’s bodies. They’re not so concerned with how someone looks, more about how strong and healthy they are.”
Jennifer Aniston (left), 44, and Brooklyn Decker, 25, flaunt their figures in the 2011 film “Just Go With It.” Decker told Women’s Health UK that she was invited to do yoga with the “Friends” star on set but was “intimidated and chickened out.”
“For me it’s taken the emphasis off my looks and appearance — the emphasis modeling ingrained in me — and given me a healthier outlook on the female form,” she continued.
“Being married to an athlete has changed my perception of women and what my body is capable of.”
The actress-model, who is undeniably in tip-top shape, revealed how she keeps a balanced diet, especially with all the food temptations on set.
Brooklyn Decker graces the cover of the new issue of Women’s Health UK, on newsstands April 3.
“Imagine the best junk food you’ve ever seen, available 24 hours a day — that’s what sets are like. There are sweets and doughnuts in front of me all the time,” she said.
“My rule of thumb is that if I’m working, I eat healthily. I have such a sweet tooth that I can’t let myself indulge because work is where I spend most of my time, so when I’m at work, no bad food.”
Her latest workout secret is using weights to tone up.
“I’ve always been really into sports and fitness but have just recently discovered the joys of lifting weights … I feel like weights are something women are hesitant to do because they think it’s going to bulk them up, but I’ve found the exact opposite. I’m my most lean when I’m lifting.”
Once again Brooklyn was spotted today (August 31st) supporting Andy at the US Open, you can check the pictures in our gallery. Andy announced his retirement from tennis this week after the US Open so we wish him the best as always.
Also Brooklyn and her ‘WTEWYE’ cast-mates were on the cover of Woman Magazine (Germany) this month. Here are the scans
Brooklyn is featured in this month’s issue of Vanity Fair (Marilyn Monroe covers the magazine), here’s her interview, some pictures and the scan of the actual magazine.
The swimsuit model turned actress—whose next movie is May 18’s Battleship, in which she plays the daughter of an admiral (Liam Neeson) and love interest of Taylor Kitsch—posed in a variety of summery outfits at her June-issue Vanities shoot. Click to see her pinup-on-vacation style.
By Krista SmithPhotographs by Miguel Reveriego
PROVENANCE: North Carolina.
SO, HOW DOES A SOUTHERN GIRL END UP WITH A NAME LIKE THAT? “I’m named after a horse. My mom’s best friend had a horse named Brooke, so my dad suggested ‘Brooklyn’ as a more formal version, and it just stuck—and now I live in Brooklyn part-time, so go figure.”
LEARNING CURVE: Believe it or not, Decker’s voluptuous build wasn’t in demand when she started modeling. “There were countless jobs I didn’t get because of my figure. I wasn’t that successful as a model, ever. I just had a few clients that really embraced my curves.”
INTO THE UNKNOWN: At the height of her modeling career, Decker decided to walk away from it. “The Sports Illustrated cover was the last thing I shot. That week, I told my agent, ‘You know what, I really …I don’t want to be a model anymore. I really want to do movies.’ And I think he wanted to wring my neck at the moment.” Her acting career has blossomed, with two films, Battleship and What to Expect When You’re Expecting, due out on the same day, May 18.
LONG-TERM PLANS: Decker married tennis star Andy Roddick in 2009. “I think that I’d like to try to be a superwoman and have kids and work, so we’ll see if I can actually accomplish that. But, if we’re talking dream scenario, that would probably be it.” If anyone knows about living the dream, she does.