Moore tells daughter it takes help to get made up
NEW YORK (AP) - Julianne Moore is known for her milky white skin and striking red hair but the actress says her "camera ready" look is much different than when she's off the clock.
In fact, the 52-year-old tells In Style magazine that her friends tease her for wearing mostly yoga clothes when she's not working.
She also says her 11-year-old daughter Liv recently saw a photo of her and proclaimed, "Mom, you don't look like that!"
The actress says she explained to her daughter it was "the result of all these people working together."
Moore says she appreciates the way a glam squad can make her look "so much better" but it "takes too much time."
The Oct. issue of In Style goes on sale Sept. 20.
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