At night, I use May Lindstrom Blue Cocoon beauty balm. It’s the wildest thing. It’s bright blue, and you only need a small amount. It’s so nice on my skin. I also have the Dr. Spiller Cellular Cream Mask. And there’s this Molecular Mist by Sircuit Skin. It says things like “supercharged, anti-aggression” and all that, but it’s basically a bunch of stuff we need that we don’t get from our diets.
I also have the Nurse Jamie Acellerator device. It helps relax my jaw — I clench when I sleep. And I have one of those weird, LED scary face mask things. I bought it online. I swear LED lights help clear up my skin.
If I’m not working, I keep it pretty simple. I use Urban Decay One & Done foundation and the Troublemaker mascara. It’s really good because it gets all of my stray lashes. I do a tiny bit of eye shadow on my lids — my favorite palette is the Naked 1, which are bronzes, golds and neutrals — and then lip balm. I also like to do a little bit of contouring on my jaw and cheek if I’m going somewhere. And I love highlighting. It gives you a unicorn effect.
I have a fragrance cabinet. I collect different fragrances when I travel. A friend of mine got me Tom Ford Neroli Portofino Forte when we spent a week in Ibiza. She said it was so we could always remember this trip. Then I have this wild-looking Lubin called Upper Ten; it looks like an old lady’s perfume. I was in New Zealand when I picked it up. It smells like heaven.
And there’s a cool perfume I love when I don’t want to smell overbearing in a meeting: Escentric Molecules.
In a dream world, my hair is Leonardo DiCaprio from the ’90s — the “Romeo & Juliet” era. Right now, it’s a couple centimeters off that. It’s a medium brown with lighter highlights. I had it dyed green for “xXx” and then black for another role. It’s taking a while to get it back from its super-fried condition.
My friend Joey created this company called Eleven Australia. He uses a lot of natural ingredients. The shampoo and conditioner smell like coconut and remind me of the beach. I also like Shu Uemura. I can never pronounce it — it’s too fancy for me. The Eleven Miracle Hair Treatment is really good. I always use that when I blow out my hair. I also like the R & Co Dry Shampoo Paste, but it’s literally like I paid for a bottle of dirt. It’s great, perfect dirt, though!
I love meditation. I love cleansing my chakras and getting crystals and lighting candles. I take about 30 minutes to an hour to focus on calming and cleansing and getting rid of anxiety and getting out of my head. I do a lot of my own stunts so I get massage and acupuncture. I don’t love the needles. You’d think with all my tattoos, I’d be fine with them.
When I’m in L.A., I go to Dr. Khalsa, an Eastern doctor. I have a Western doctor and an Eastern doctor, and I see them for different things or for the same thing to see what they’ll prescribe. At Dr. Khalsa, they’ll do allergy tests, acupuncture, vitamin drips and cupping. I had a lot of skin problems for a while. And every time I ate, I would get crazy bloating even if it was just an apple. It turns out I had SIBO. You have to fast for a day and then cut out certain things. My skin cleared up, and it changed everything for me.
Diet and Fitness
I’ve been an on-and-off vegan for 15 years. I don’t drink. The only thing I never eat is red meat. I did reintroduce fish at one point because we need it for our brains. Then I had some tests done, and it turned out I had crazy mercury poisoning. I was only eating fish — maybe, three or four times a week at that point. I had to quit altogether. It took me six months to get down to a good level.
I have a great trainer. His name is Patrick Murphy. I met him through “John Wick” because he was training Keanu. He’s so different. You’re at the gym and everyone is lifting a gazillion pounds, and you’re just standing against the wall moving your hands like a butterfly. You feel like the crazy person, but he’s not just putting you through the usual drills. I have a bad lower back, so I do more body weight and low-impact exercises. Yoga and stretching is a big part of my routine. I get up at 6 every morning, lie down on a yoga mat and do an hour of strength and stretching. It gets me centered.