"What's the point of looking good when you're not feeling well?" Says Amber Heard. The actor, 32, talks about food, including her favorites, Tex-Mex, chocolate and red wine, and how much she loves to cook. (Their specialty? "Roast chicken sandwiches, baby!") "If you're not going to enjoy life, there's no sense in eating, working and doing whatever actors do to manipulate us like we do look – and how the world looks at us, "she says. Amber playing Aquaman (19459005), which will appear in cinemas on December 21, has never looked or felt better. And not only because of the rigorous physical training she has done for the role of underwater warrior Mera (more about her role in Aquaman .) After a bitter divorce from actor Johnny Vor almost Two years ago, two years ago, Amber found the true intention and passion to work for others, actors, but I still have to do more, "she says seriously. "I want to help, I want to change the way we talk, I want to use my platform to work for those who do not have the ability to do it for themselves."
Here's what Amber is doing to keep himself wild, fit and concentrated.
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Put In The Work
"Graduated from Aquaman I spent six months of rigorous training, doing a lot of strength and strength training, and special martial arts training, and ended up training five hours a day, but if I'm not preparing for a movie, I have more freedom and add my training to my life I enjoy it and do not feel it is an obligation, I like to run because it helps me to reduce stress, erase and re-focus my thoughts, and I can do it everywhere, traveling so much that it's invaluable to me, something to ha ben, which keeps me healthy and feels good, no matter where I am. "
Let your natural beauty shine
" I am a kind of crazy skin on my skin. I am very careful with it. I'm pale, that's why I use sunscreen every day, and I'm really very strong with the cleansing. I do not always wear make-up, but when I do, I love it. The only product I can not live without is red lipstick. Nothing is more transformative. "
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Stay true to what you are
" I'm originally from Texas, but now I'm more or less a Gypsy I am today no more in one place than in the next few days, but in my heart I am always connected where I come from. What I understand more and more with age and life experience, however, is that it's not so much about a geographic location that you can point to on a map. It's my roots, my foundation, that makes me who I am. We are the sum of our experiences and memories and how we choose them or not.
Find friends to count on
"I had support from strong women who were there for me when I wanted to give up and at moments when I thought I could not make further abuse of the world bear. Sometimes you feel like you are working alone for something – for your physical safety, for an institution that is inherently flawed, or because you do not believe that the love of a particular person is wrong. I needed people I could rely on. Strong women can help me get through everything. "(Find out why science says friendships are the key to good health.)
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Make a Difference
]" It's so important to me to help others. I focus on human rights, for example, for migrant families at the US border, for migrants in the Middle East who are hundreds of thousands in refugee camps, or for children fighting for their lives in a children's hospital or the women who may have no voice to stand up for themselves, especially when it comes to violence. I work with the US Human Rights Office. I am also a supporter of SAMS, the Syrian American Medical Society. I accompany them on medical missions to refugee camps in Jordan. I've worked hard for them to raise money and raise awareness of their initiatives, and I've worked in particular for a refugee who has a life-threatening illness and would die if she had no outside help. Many in the camp face such an impossible fight. There is much to do and much can be done. "(That's why you should book a journey with fitness and volunteering.)
Faith in love no matter what
" I had an amazing life, and I was fortunate enough to let some amazing people come into my life , Even those who were less easy or less traditional were important to make me the woman I am today. I'm very happy for the relationships I had. They gave me the muscle and the heart to do what I do. "