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Emma Watson may just be the most unabashed actress when it comes to her beauty routine.

The Beauty and the Beast star got real with Into the Gloss on her beauty ritual and not surprisingly she’s as nosy as us when it comes to looking into other people’s makeup bag.

Aside from being curious, the 26-year-old revealed that she enjoys organizing and cleaning others’ cosmetic bags (we wouldn’t expect anything less from Hermione Granger). And it looks like the actress is a fan of jane iredale‘s liquid eyeliner, which we couldn’t agree more for its highly pigmented formula and its precise brush to execute the perfect cat-eye look.

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Admirably, Emma is pretty diligent about removing all her makeup, even when she’s returning at 4 a.m. from a shoot.

“It’s just one of those self-care practices that I really enjoy,” Emma says about her skincare regimen.

As anyone could relate, Emma owes her diligence in her routine from seeing her bad skin change at puberty.

“So when you get in a good place with you skin, you really appreciate it and try to take care of it,” she points out.

Not only does Emma indulge in taking baths everyday, she also spills on her go-to for clearing sinuses.

“Sometimes I’ll use Epsom salts and oils, but my favorite is the C.O Bigelow Apothecary Cold and Flu Soak,” she says. “Oh my God, it’s amazing! It has like eucalyptus and peppermint and bark and Echinacea and ginger… If you’re sick, it’s the ultimate. It clears out my sinuses and makes me feel really clean.”

The Harry Potter alum also got frank about living in “the Instagram era,” as she puts it.

While everything seems perfectly edited, she says, “I’ve been bleaching my top lip since I was nine. I don’t do it very often, but I do it!”

Emma continues, “There’s that, and I use Fur Oil. I’ll use that anywhere from the ends of my hair to my eyebrows to my pubic hair. It’s an amazing all-purpose product.”

We’re definitely picking up that bath soak and Fur Oil, thanks to Emma, if it hasn’t been sold out yet.