Liv Tyler steals beauty products from her dad.
The 'Lord of the Rings' actress loves that her famous father, Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler, is so high-maintenance about his skincare regime and makes sure to borrow his expensive face creams whenever she visits him.
She said: ''Today when I go and stay with him, I always have to raid his cupboards because he's got all the best creams. He's, like, a major moisturizer. He'll cover his whole body in oil and moisturizer and walk around the house in a pair of shorts.
''Me, I do face masks all the time. Even when I'm walking around the house.''
The 36-year-old star and her dad haven't always got along when it comes to style, however, and Liv claims the rocker used to try and force his hair care tips upon her when she was a teen.
She told GLAMOUR magazine: ''In the 90s, when I was a kid, my dad was always telling me I needed a little body in my hair.
''[His process was to] use two blow-dryers at the same time, shake out his hair, then flip it up - and I was like, 'Daddy, I don't want my hair like that!' I liked my hair flat, silky, and tucked behind my ears.''
And while the brunette admires the former 'American Idol' judge's daring dress sense, she definitely doesn't take inspiration from his personal style.
Liv added: ''It has always been fun to watch him get dressed. But I definitely don't think of him when I'm getting dressed.''
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