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Miss Golden Globe Corinne Foxx Loves 'Hannibal Lecter' Facials, Hates Working Out

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Some girls are just lucky. At yesterday's 2016 Miss Golden Globe lunch at The Beverly Hilton, we were prepared to hear all about Corinne Foxx's rigorous fitness routine ahead of the big day. Instead, Jamie Foxx's gorgeous daughter not only laughed at the question, but she straight-up said that her "routine" involved "eating a bagel and a cookie, and not working out." What?

While "gym rat" isn't in Corinne's vocabulary, Miss Golden Globe 2016 is a secret beauty buff, which is immediately apparent upon looking at her flawless face. Her secret? "I get this thing called a 'Hannibal Lecter' facial in Studio City, which makes you look crazy but it really works!"


MK Skin Studio

Further investigation proves that the unique facial really does exist, and its official name is the IDERM Galvanic Treatment. Exclusively available at famed skincare guru Marianne Kehoe's MK Skin Studio at 4383 Tujunga Avenue, the $120 deep cleaning facial's Silence of the Lambs vibes come from the specialized electrode mask you have to wear to distribute an "even flow of low amperage galvanic current over the entire face." (Nothing like a casual electrocution to jumpstart your day.)

More fun facts about Corinne: she's an Amy Schumer fangirl, she's really scared of tripping during the show, her favorite song to get ready to is "Roses" by The Chainsmokers, and the best advice she ever received from her famous dad is, "Always save a little love for yourself."

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