Olivia Wilde is pregnant and proud!
The "Her" actress, who is expecting her first child with fiancé Jason Sudeikis, is back in the spotlight since announcing her pregnancy in October. In recent days, she's made several appearances and hasn't been afraid to show off her growing belly.
Over the weekend, Wilde lit up the Revlon Age-Defying event in New York and shared her favorite holiday beauty tips.
The funnywoman told People that the key to good eye makeup is clean, well-shaped brows -- something she said she struggled with over the years. (Rough life, right?)
"It changes your face so much when you have your eyebrows filled in and softened," the 29-year-old said. "I spent years trying to look like Kate Moss with wispy thin eyebrows, which was a horrible mistake and everyone told me not to do it. So now I'm obsessed."
And the trick to her look is a good pencil.
"It's easier for me than a powder. I'm so fast with a pencil now too," she said. "My eyebrows are so warped from years of abuse that I brush them to the side and then I pencil in the rest. If I brush them up they look like crazy, pointy, devil horns. Everyone in my family has crazy pointy eyebrows. So I try to soften them and take them down a notch."
Wilde was up bright and early last Thursday to announce the 2014 Golden Globe nominations with "Parks & Recreation" funnyman Aziz Ansari and "Star Trek's" Zoe Saldana. Perhaps, nerves, morning sickness or the early morning call time were a concern for the "Incredible Burt Wonderstone" star.
"On way to LA. Getting up at 3:30 AM to announce Globes noms w @azizansari and @zoesaldana. Can I wear my head gear? I genuinely might puke," she tweeted.
But she made it through.
"Verrrrry proud of the teams from Rush and Her. Congrats on the GG noms. Well deserved. High fives to everyone else too! Alex Ebert!!!!!" she tweeted soon after the announcements.
Later that night, Wilde hit a screening of her latest film at the Directors Guild in West Hollywood.
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