Top 1227 Skin Quotes

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“If a line of poetry strays into my memory, my skin bristles so that the razor ceases to act.”

― A. E. Housman

“We used to play football on the levee, with no shirts on in the summer – August in New Orleans – and my skin would turn red. They’d call me Redskin, Red Apache, then it turned around to Apache Red.”

― Aaron Neville

“It was the roughest day of my career, my final day of shooting on ‘Breaking Bad,’ knowing that I will never be able to kind of zip on that skin again.”

― Aaron Paul

“I don’t even draw on my life experiences when I’m acting. I just try and make it feel like I’m living through that person’s skin.”

― Aaron Paul

“I use loads of moisturising products and make sure I cleanse, tone and moisturise every day. It’s just so important to always keep your skin moisturised.”

― Abbey Clancy

“My mum used Avon Skin So Soft oil when I was younger. She would have a bath, and then the smell used to fill the whole house.”

― Abbey Clancy

“I have a little bit of PTSD when I hear a big bang or a loud noise or keys – I jump out of my skin.”

― Abby Lee Miller

“If I can help a kid feel more comfortable in their skin because they’re struggling with maybe the things I struggled with in high school, that’s great.”

― Abby Wambach

“If there should prove to be one real, living Free State Democrat in Kansas, I suggest that it might be well to catch him and stuff and preserve his skin as an interesting specimen of that soon-to-be-extinct variety of the genus Democrat.”

― Abraham Lincoln

“Can anything good come of a backward way of thinking like judging someone based on skin color? No way.”

― Adam McKay

“The fact is that the British Museum had a complete specimen of a dodo in their collection up until the 18th century – it was actually mummified, skin and all – but in a fit of space-saving zeal, they actually cut off the head and they cut off the feet and they burned the rest in a bonfire.”

― Adam Savage

“In a photo shoot, you have to be very comfortable in your own skin. It’s all about confidence-boosting and putting on armor.”

― Adelaide Clemens

“I love new cities, and if I haven’t travelled for a month, the need to go somewhere starts to gets under my skin.”

― Adelaide Clemens

“I think if you don’t like being in your skin, it doesn’t matter how many times people say you’re beautiful, how many jobs you get, or whatever it is – I just didn’t want to be Adwoa.”

― Adwoa Aboah

“I went to a school where the girls that were found attractive were the complete opposite to me. I judged my worth on how many boyfriends everyone had, and I wanted to jump out of my skin every second of every day.”

― Adwoa Aboah

“I wash my skin with Re-Nutrive Intensive Hydrating Skin Cleanser, no toner, and follow with the range’s Re-Nutrive Intensive Age-Renewal and Eye Creme.”

― Aerin Lauder

“Whether it is your height, your weight or your skin, someone is going to pick on something and make fun of it. My legs were just a more obvious target.”

― Aimee Mullins

“I have always been a person who is extremely comfortable in my skin. I have always just been myself in all these years on the public platform.”

― Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

“I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder when I was barely out of my teens. Like our olive skin tone and caterpillar eyebrows, I guess it just runs in the family.”

― AJ Lee

“I’ve always understood that, as a woman and as a person of color, I would always have to work harder; I would have to have thicker skin. I would have to be more mindful of my reactions, the way I spoke to people.”

― Aja Brown

“I think public sector banks need to have greater private participation of people who have skin in the game.”

― Ajay Piramal

“Polymeric materials in the form of wood, bone, skin and fibers have been used by man since prehistoric time. Although organic chemistry as a science dates back to the eighteenth century, polymer science on a molecular basis is a development of the twentieth century.”

― Alan J. Heeger

“And although our bodies are bounded with skin, and we can differentiate between outside and inside, they cannot exist except in a certain kind of natural environment.”

― Alan Watts

“I have dark skin. My nickname is El Negro. They call me El Negro in Mexico because even in my country, the dark skin is evidence of Indian blood, a sign that one technically belongs to a third class. Even my grandmother had some kind of differentiation with me, because I was darker than my siblings.”

― Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu

“The older you are, the wiser you are. The more comfortable you are in your own skin, the more you know yourself, the more patient you are. I don’t sweat the small stuff any more.”

― Alesha Dixon

“Sharon Shinn is a lover of words and a builder of worlds. She makes science-fiction seem like fantasy. Her characters jump off the page, finding their way under your skin and into your heart.”

― Alethea Kontis

“Art is the skin of the soul.”

― Alex Grey

“I prefer using cream-based products on my skin. I love having that summery dewy skin – I like using cream blushers as well.”

― Alexa Chung

“You know, when you go to high school or, you know, when kids are younger and there’s not an understanding of differences. But I built up a very strong, thick skin.”

― Alexander Wang

“The mania is like wasps under the skin, like my head’s going to explode with ideas.”

― Alice Weaver Flaherty

“I am able to hang with the hardest, the baddest, the worst, and I’m able to hang with the most proper and be at ease. I’m able to hang with any skin colour, any belief. I just fit in everywhere.”

― Alicia Keys

“Three trans women came up to me separately to tell me they had felt such a connection with Ava in ‘Ex Machina’ and her dream of finally coming to full female fruition. They had all cried; one said she was very emotional during the scene where Ava finally puts her skin on for the first time.”

― Alicia Vikander

“Sunscreen is my number 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 tip. I’m a fanatic, partially because I live in L.A. and have fair skin and freckles, and partially because of my kids. My mom always made me wear sunscreen and I’m trying to be that mom for them.”

― Alison Sweeney

“I had to learn that some people are just not going to like you. I had to have thick skin when I would see what people would say or write about me.”

― Allen Iverson

“While we can work hard at improving our health, size is no more in our control than the color of our skin, our ethnicity, or our sexual preference.”

― Allison Anders

“The Bush administration is the most diverse in history because the president fills jobs on the basis of a person’s capabilities and qualifications, not on the color of his or her skin.”

― Alphonso Jackson

“I grill almost all of my fish with the skin on because that gives you real protection at least on one side. It’s a nice barrier against super high heat which tends to make a lot of fish to turn really flaky. It’s very easy to overcook fish on the grill. But I still brush it with oil before I start.”

― Alton Brown

“That’s the ultimate goal of most turkey recipes: to create a great skin and stuffing to hide the fact that turkey meat, in its cooked state, is dry and flavorless. Does it have to be that way? No. We just have to focus on what the turkey is and what the turkey needs.”

― Alton Brown

“Basting is evil. Basting does nothing for the meat. Why? Skin. Skin is designed to keep stuff out of the bird, so basting just lets heat out of the oven. That means the turkey will take longer to cook… so don’t touch that door!”

― Alton Brown

“Many people who voted for Mr. Obama in the last election did so based on skin color.”

― Alveda King

“African-Americans who might have disagreed with candidate Obama’s left-of-center politics voted for him in 2008 because electing a candidate with brown skin was too historic an opportunity to miss.”

― Alveda King

“My Uncle, of course, would have been pleased to see someone with brown skin holding the office of president.”

― Alveda King

“I protect my skin with sunscreen and am religious about keeping my face moisturized and properly protected all day, so I also use a face lotion with SPF 30.”

― Amanda Beard

“My biggest beauty tip would be exfoliation, exfoliation, exfoliation! After a lifetime of almost no breakouts, I started having some pretty embarrassing ones and learned that if you don’t exfoliate, your skin has a hard time shedding the old skin and therefore clogs your pores and causes zits.”

― Amanda Crew

“At 50 you’re more confident, more comfortable in your skin and you don’t put up with nonsense, especially from men.”

― Amanda Donohoe

“I prefer theater, but I love to do films, and I prefer theater primarily because I’ve done more. I know less about movies. You can’t lie in either medium. The wonderful thing is that the camera, just like an audience, is made out of skin – because celluloid is skin.”

― Amanda Plummer

“If it isn’t necessary I would rather not subject my skin to too much, so if I don’t have anything special to do for the day, I try not to wear any make up.”

― Amanda Schull

“I love acting… I really do. I love crawling into another character’s skin. That’s something that I’ve always, always, always, always wanted.”

― Amanda Tapping

“I always had good skin as a little kid, but when I turned 25, everything just went south.”

― Amber Liu

“Litigant. A person about to give up his skin for the hope of retaining his bones.”

― Ambrose Bierce

“I can only say that sometimes skin colour does make a difference.”

― Amir Khan

“Mayweather does tease people all the time. He likes to get under your skin. That’s what he’s like.”

― Amir Khan

“There’s nothing sexy about skin and bone. You gotta have some junk in the trunk.”

― Amy Lee

“I feel very comfortable in my own skin. When someone makes jokes about me being heavy, it makes me mad. It’s not true. I’m right where I should be.”

― Amy Schumer

“Some people reckoned that I looked healthier when I was bigger but I had terrible skin and no energy.”

― Amy Winehouse

“When we were kids, I remember we’d use lemon in our hair and go into the sun, hoping it would make us blond. Obviously, I have very dark hair and olive skin, and when I was a kid, I wanted to be blond, of course. It never worked.”

― Ana Ivanovic

“There’s a two-tier justice system. And anyone who denies it is either naive or in denial. This is what the reality of America is. If you have certain privileges, if you’re from a certain socioeconomic status, you have a certain skin color, the odds are in your favor.”

― Ana Kasparian

“I personally think that women should have the choice to show as much skin as they’re comfortable with, and it shouldn’t negatively impact their careers.”

― Ana Kasparian

“In Europe, more than in the United States, worldly people, faced with my Indian skin, reflexively laud my ‘ancient,’ ‘beautiful’ origins, which is heartier praise than Cleveland usually gets from Europeans.”

― Anand Giridharadas

“Our skin is very thin. It doesn’t take much for us to jump off a ledge or to kill one another. It can happen very, very quickly.”

― Anderson Cooper

“My mother and grandmother both had beautiful skin.”

― Andie MacDowell

“My face is almost like a canvas – a blank canvas in the sense that the hair on my face is very, very fine and my skin is incredibly fair and my hair is quite dark, and that’s very unusual.”

― Andrea Riseborough

“I take biotin and silica for my hair to grow faster, but it’s good for your skin, too.”

― Andreja Pejic

“I’m comfortable in my skin, and for my look to be celebrated is great.”

― Andreja Pejic

“You can wax on so much about your figure and your skin and your face and all of those really important, and I’m all about skin and keeping it healthy, but if you don’t have confidence, none of it matters.”

― Andreja Pejic

“I have no bigger goal than to eradicate racism, to grant Americans who have a different color of skin the right to disagree against the Left’s style of orthodoxy.”

― Andrew Breitbart

“It may be a task that’s so Herculean, but I think it’s a worthy goal to try to open up America to individuals who just so happen to have a different skin color, that they have every right and every freedom to think what they want to think.”

― Andrew Breitbart

“Low levels of vitamin D in the population as a whole suggest that most people need to take a vitamin D supplement. This may be especially true for seniors, as the ability to synthesize vitamin D in the skin declines with age.”

― Andrew Weil

“The hardened mass of liquid stones had much stronger qualities than those which had simply torn. The skin remained a recognisable part of the molten stone.”

― Andy Goldsworthy

“Drink a bunch of water and get facials regularly. I take care of my skin.”

― Angela Bassett

“I always want to represent being in the moment, staying honest, and being comfortable in my skin.”

― Angie Martinez

“I don’t think equality is intrinsically valuable, meaning in and of itself. I’m not against inequality… if Bill Gates gets another hundred million dollars, it’s no skin off my nose.”

― Angus Deaton

“I need human feelings to fit garments. I couldn’t do it just, like, on an object – it’s too close to our body. It’s like a skin you are making, so you need one’s feelings to make a garment.”

― Ann Demeulemeester

“Our skin is the largest organ and one of the ways we eliminate waste.”

― Anna Kaiser

“The experience of having a child does crack you wide open. I felt like I suddenly had to rebuild the skin that I’d grown over the years before having a child. Perhaps that might be quite interesting in terms of acting.”

― Anne-Marie Duff

“Death consists, indeed, in a repeated process of unrobing, or unsheathing. The immortal part of man shakes off from itself, one after the other, its outer casings, and – as the snake from its skin, the butterfly from its chrysalis – emerges from one after another, passing into a higher state of consciousness.”

― Annie Besant

“Over the years, I was never really driven to become a solo artist, but I was curious to find out who I was as an individual creative person. It’s taken some time, but now I feel I’ve truly paid my dues. I guess I’m at a point now where I’m more comfortable in my own skin.”

― Annie Lennox

“Staph lives on skin. That’s the reason why many infections start as a boil.”

― Anthony Fauci

“It was hard knowing that you walk into a store sometimes, and you’re wearing a baseball cap and a hoodie and some baggy jeans, or your skin is a little darker, and the clerk is just staring at you a little bit harder. The cops treat you a little differently.”

― Anthony Ramos

“Too many multi-vitamins are packaged as one size fits all, but you should be more specific about what you need. When I was competing as a dancer, I took zinc for healthy skin and immune system.”

― Anton du Beke

“I don’t want to endorse products that propagate fair skin at all.”

― Anushka Sharma

“Stay moisturized… but find what works for you. I like to keep things pretty simple just because my skin doesn’t need anything too special.”

― Aquaria

“I go to the healthier foods that are less chemically treated. I am drinking lots of water to get rid of the toxins in my body. It’s a natural flushing. Water flushes your system and is also very good for your skin.”

― Aretha Franklin

“Sometimes, people can be extraordinarily judgmental and closed-minded to anyone different or special, which is why it’s so hard for young people in this day and age to be comfortable enough in their own skin to not listen to the people picking on them.”

― Ariana Grande

“I’m lucky with my skin – it doesn’t require a lot of attention, so I keep things simple. And I drink a lot of water.”

― Arizona Muse

“I’ve had a fantastic career playing great parts. In many ways, the colour of my skin has been an asset because I’ve been asked to play certain roles as a result. I don’t apologise for playing them anymore than Robert de Niro is sorry for playing American-Italians.”

― Art Malik

“I used to be homophobic, but as I got older, I realized that wasn’t the way to do things. I don’t discriminate against anybody for their sexual preference, for their skin color… that’s immature.”

― ASAP Rocky

“I take care of my skin, and I’m a teetotaller.”

― Asha Bhosle

“I feel comfortable on and off the court, happy in my own skin, just really comfortable with the way I’m playing my tennis.”

― Ashleigh Barty

“I really had to figure out who I was and be confident in my own skin. Now I’ve done that, and I’m very happy in a relationship.”

― Ashleigh Murray

“People will make mean comments. People are going to say that you’re fat, that you’re this, that you’re that. You just have to be comfortable in your own skin.”

― Ashley Benson

“I’m a confident woman with thick skin, and as a model in the public eye, I’m conditioned to accept criticism.”

― Ashley Graham

“I like my heels as high as we can get them. I show skin where it is appropriate.”

― Ashley Leggat

“I like Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream, as it’s great for soothing dry skin and adding shine. I use it instead of balm, too.”

― Ashley Madekwe

“I’ve been in T- shirts and jeans since I was a kid. I don’t have to show you a bunch of my skin for you to listen to my songs.”

― Ashley McBryde

“I love skin care and actually wanted to be an esthetician for many years.”

― Ashley Rickards

“I’m not super comfortable in my skin. I have to make it work for me, and that usually amounts to making it uncomfortable for everyone else.”

― Aubrey Plaza

“I have olive skin, so if I’m in the sun for even 15 minutes, I turn brown.”

― Audrina Patridge

“My skin gets so dry and chapped, and the second I get off the plane, I apply so much sunscreen.”

― Aurora

“In levying taxes and in shearing sheep it is well to stop when you get down to the skin.”

― Austin O’Malley

“I love to act because I love trying on other people’s skin.”

― Autumn Reeser

“I love to see people just being regal in their own skin; it’s just when they know who they are.”

― Ava DuVernay

“Tatcha is my favorite beauty brand. They were also founded in San Francisco. Their entire line is based off of geisha tradition and ritual. The line has transformed my skin.”

― Ayesha Curry

“No Hindu community, however low, will touch cow’s flesh. On the other hand, there is no community which is really an Untouchable community which has not something to do with the dead cow. Some eat her flesh, some remove the skin, some manufacture articles out of her skin and bones.”

― B. R. Ambedkar

“Adele ultimately did well in such a large way because she affects everybody, and the way that she writes seems to be popular music, not because of her skin color but because she writes great music, and it’s popular in that way.”

― Babyface

“I have freckles; I don’t like covering up too much. I like things dewy and natural, and I think that having moisture in your skin is really beautiful and youthful – sometimes that’s more important than coverage.”

― Banks

“I like feeling fresh and having really dewy skin. I like feeling moisturized and having a good brow.”

― Banks

“I definitely drink lots of water. I use this Decleor Neroli Oil to moisturize – no matter what the climate is, it always makes my skin really moist.”

― Banks

“I usually go make-up free when I’m not working. Because I work so much, during the free days that I have I like to let my skin breathe, but of course I’m girly so I like to put on some blush and some mascara.”

― Bar Refaeli

“When I’m not working, I prefer not to use any make-up so my skin can breathe. And I always moisturise.”

― Barbara Palvin

“After all, film is so porous, and to my mind, so oddly occult, that I think that film itself absorbs odd energies like a living skin.”

― Barbara Steele

“I have been on the Internet for a long time and have always gotten hate on the Internet, so there is a thick skin I have developed.”

― Barbie Ferreira

“First developed as a weapon by the U.S. Army, VX is an oily, odorless and tasteless liquid that kills on contact with the skin or when inhaled in aerosol form. Like other nerve agents, it is treatable in the first minutes after exposure but otherwise leads swiftly to fatal convulsions and respiratory failure.”

― Barton Gellman

“I keep my perfume in the fridge. If someone sees me in the morning pushing aside the eggs to grab my perfume, it might look a little odd, but it’s so refreshing to spray cold fragrance on your skin.”

― Becki Newton

“Being a teenager, it’s so hard to find foundation that’s good for your skin for everyday wear.”

― Becky G

“I like a fresh face. I like clean skin. Fresh skin, cute color on the lip, cat eye, mascara, and I’m good to go!”

― Becky G

“You have to have really thick skin. Art is obviously there to be criticized and there to be taken in different ways. Not everyone is going to like what you do.”

― Bel Powley

“We judge on the basis of what somebody looks like, skin color, whether we think they’re beautiful or not. That space on the Internet allows you to converse with somebody with none of those things involved.”

― bell hooks

“I was asked by an NPR reporter once why don’t I talk about race that often. I said, ‘It’s because I’m a neurosurgeon.’ And she thought that was a strange response… I said, ‘You see, when I take someone to the operating room, I’m actually operating on the thing that makes them who they are. The skin doesn’t make them who they are.’”

― Ben Carson

“Communion was born out of shared frustration in 2006. We felt that although the likes of MySpace and YouTube opened up the playing field for songwriters online, people’s discovery of these new artists was only skin deep.”

― Ben Lovett

“The colour of the skin is in no way connected with strength of the mind or intellectual powers.”

― Benjamin Banneker

“I’ve always said that Miguel Pinero’s story is a quintessential American tale. An immigrant who comes to this country, is immediately marginalized to the lowest economic level and persecuted because of his skin color and, in spite of all the obstacles put in his way, he becomes a huge popular success.”

― Benjamin Bratt

“When I started filming ‘2 Broke Girls,’ I actually was broke, so I was eating all the junk food they kept on set. But then I developed a skin rash that lasted over six months. The doctors said that it was due to stress, my diet, and lack of exercise.”

― Beth Behrs

“BB cream is my lifesaver! It’s so light on my skin, plus it protects and gives me coverage at the same time. My favorites are from Maybelline and Smashbox.”

― Bethany Mota

“When I travel, I have to have blotting sheets. It’s so much better to remove the oil than to cover it up because then your skin just looks cakey.”

― Bethany Mota

“I’ve had ups and downs with my skin, but after some time, I’ve learned what works best and what products I need to stay away from.”

― Bethany Mota

“Giving low-level offenders a second chance, no matter the color of their skin or the economic status they hold, can create opportunity for all of us.”

― Beto O’Rourke

“Prince was unapologetically different, and he made it okay for his fans to be different and to celebrate their individuality. His social conscience challenged us to look deeper than the skin color of our neighbors.”

― Betsy Hodges

“I started doing plays in New York while I was at Fordham, but I did graduate by the skin of my teeth.”

― Betty Gilpin

“I take so many planes, so I need to give my skin and hair a moisture boost. I use a hair oil in the ends before I go on the plane and always spritz a face spray during the flight.”

― Bianca Balti

“The sun feels so lovely on your skin, but it can be really damaging. I make sure to wear SPF 50 sun cream all over my body at all times. It takes a bit longer to get tanned, but the color stays way longer afterwards.”

― Bianca Balti

“Yes, I’m a proud Latina woman, but before that – before the color of my skin, my accent, anything – I’m an actress, singer and dancer. I’m something bigger than just my background.”

― Bianca Marroquin

“I feel like you come in under a cloak of someone else’s skin for a while, but then you can shrug it off – you have to find your own voice, if you want to keep doing it. That became a really conscious thing for me.”

― Bill Callahan

“I cook a great fish, a great salmon. I grill it, get the skin nice and crispy.”

― Bill Rancic

“We cannot let it be said of modern Australia that the colour of your skin determines whether or not you end up in jail.”

― Bill Shorten

“When I was in first grade, the kids called me ‘fatso.’ It hurt, but the way I overcame it was to outrun every kid in the class. So I developed a thick skin, and athletics became my way of performing and being accepted.”

― Billy Casper

“Our skin colours may vary, but what’s upstairs – there’s certain things we’ve all got in common.”

― Billy Gibbons

“The radiation was worse by far. I had bandages all over my head. I looked like a mummy. On the side of my head and neck and down to my collarbone, I had second-degree burns. My skin blistered and peeled before it grew back. That was the worst part of it.”

― Bob McNair

“Nobody is the color of translucent powder. Instead, choose a powder that matches your skin tone.”

― Bobbi Brown

“Don’t use your skin tone as a guide to choosing the color of your eye shadow. Rather, for everyday application, pick shades of shadow that bring out your eye color.”

― Bobbi Brown

“The easiest ways to improve your appearance is with a really good moisturizer that will plump up your skin, a bit of concealer and a creamy blush on your cheek and lip. It’s quick and easy and you’ll look so much better.”

― Bobbi Brown

“Here’s what I’ve found in Louisiana: The voters want to know what you believe, what you stand for, and what you plan to do, not what shade your skin is.”

― Bobby Jindal

“All these bacteria that coat our skin and live in our intestines, they fend off bad bacteria. They protect us. And you can’t even digest your food without the bacteria that are in your gut. They have enzymes and proteins that allow you to metabolize foods you eat.”

― Bonnie Bassler

“My favorite filmmakers are in the Kubrick, Polanski kind of mold. I just like that world. I think it’s more cinematic and gets under your skin more.”

― Brad Anderson

“True horror, I think, deals with dread and menace and gets under your skin.”

― Brad Anderson

“I was a strange kid. I never really fit in; I was never comfortable in my own skin because I was a giant kid with no athletic ability.”

― Brad Garrett

“For my skin, Neutrogena dry body oil is heaven!”

― Brad Goreski

“One of my style commandments is to always have beautifully radiant skin.”

― Brad Goreski

“I always wear SPF 30 sunscreen under my make-up, and I also wear a hat because taking care of my skin is important to me.”

― Brande Roderick

“The feathers have been retired to the London Hard Rock Cafe. I don’t obsess about it as much. Also, it’s strange – the better physical shape I get in, the less I care about what suit I’m covering myself up in. I’m not really out to flaunt it, but I’m just more comfortable in my own skin.”

― Brandon Flowers

“I think what makes someone pretty amazing is being comfortable in your own skin.”

― Brendan Dooling

“I’ve always been comfortable in my own skin – sometimes a little too comfortable, which in turn makes other people uncomfortable.”

― Brendon Urie

“I’ve struggled with skin issues my whole life.”

― Bria Vinaite

“I really love Neutrogena’s acne mask. It’s cleared up my skin on a bunch of occasions.”

― Bria Vinaite

“Good doctors exercise judgment. They make the call and – right or wrong – live with the consequences and learn from them. The redefined M.D. is flawed, but comfortable inside their own skin.”

― Brian Goldman

“People just need to be confident in their own skin and be proud of themselves.”

― Bristol Palin

“I knew that my hair was falling out and I had really weird skin. My face looked really weird and I was getting this fuzz on my face and I was always cold – always to the point of uncontrollably shaking. I was more scared that 85 lbs. wasn’t good enough. I wanted to be lower.”

― Brittany Snow

“I wish I was 100 percent confident in my own skin. It’s always a process, but getting older, I’ve become more confident.”

― Brittany Snow

“There’s something magical about a woman who feels comfortable in her own skin.”

― Brooke Burke

“It’s a sad man my friend who’s livin’ in his own skin and can’t stand the company.”

― Bruce Springsteen

“Let my skin and sinews and bones dry up, together with all the flesh and blood of my body! I welcome it! But I will not move from this spot until I have attained the supreme and final wisdom.”

― Buddha

“X Out is perfect for my schedule. It is so simple, fast and actually works. I am more confident in my own skin and always camera ready – a necessity in my line of work.”

― Cameron Dallas

“Personally, I don’t like watching violence. I’d much rather see more skin.”

― Cameron Diaz

“For the past few centuries, we have defined beauty as tall, slender figures, femininity and white skin.”

― Cameron Russell

“The 8 P.M. hour in the cable news world is currently driven by the indomitable Bill O’Reilly, Nancy Grace, and Keith Olbermann. Shedding my own journalistic skin to try to inhabit the kind of persona that might coexist in that lineup is just impossible for me.”

― Campbell Brown

“The best investment you can make is your skin. It’s really the first thing people see.”

― Candace Cameron Bure

“I’ve never felt more comfortable in my skin, I’ve never enjoyed life as much and I feel so lucky.”

― Candice Bergen

“Being confident in your own skin is very sexy. I think when you have fun and are yourself that is sexy too.”

― Candice Swanepoel

“I want to make music, I want to act, I want to sing, I want to do something that doesn’t make my skin erupt.”

― Cara Delevingne

“Am I ever gonna grow thick skin? No.”

― Cardi B

“I bring values, resiliency, a thick skin, and I’m not afraid to be confrontational. I don’t remember anyone before bringing that to the table.”

― Carl Paladino

“I did have reconstructive plastic surgery and a tummy tuck. And from hip to hip, there’s a very big scar. It looks better than it did… So I say, if you don’t like that skin, have it removed. This is my advice: if you’re gonna do it – just go for it.”

― Carnie Wilson

“When I was living in Los Angeles, I always booked a moisturizing milk-and-honey massage the day before flying to Spain. It was heaven – I never got dry plane skin or felt stiff from sitting in one position.”

― Carolina Herrera

“I love the Manuka Doctor ApiRefine CC Cream in SPF 20. it balances out the skin and creates a great base for foundation.”

― Caroline Flack

“I take care of my skin and always have.”

― Caroline Flack

“To really be tortured by a song, it needs to be more than just something you don’t like or don’t get; it has to make your skin crawl by getting under it. Strangely, that last clause could describe provocative or daring music, as well.”

― Carrie Brownstein

“When you’re doing a play that’s fully produced, you have the benefit of rehearsing for four or five weeks, so you really get to live in the skin of the character for much longer than when you first start doing a character on TV.”

― Carrie Preston

“At first, it was hard to sit down and read the things that people were saying. A lot of people would’ve worked their way up to this position and would’ve gotten a thick skin over a few years’ time. For me, though, all this happened in a few months.”

― Carrie Underwood

“Whether you’re gay or straight, with a physical disability, your skin’s a different color, it’s absurd in this age to not be aware and be concerned of the inequity in rights.”

― Carson Kressley

“Working for a federal agency was like trying to dislodge a prune skin from the roof of the mouth. More enterprise went into the job than could be justified by the results.”

― Caskie Stinnett

“I feel very comfortable – literally and metaphorically – in my skin.”

― Cate Blanchett

“I think when I was pregnant with my first child – he’s about 10 or 11 now – I first noticed changes in my skin, which can make you panic a bit. I had a bit of melasma.”

― Cate Blanchett

“So many images are saying to girls, ‘Show a lot of skin and look gorgeous and sexy.’”

― Catherine Hardwicke

“I rub a mixture of honey and salt all over my body to moisturise and exfoliate. You wash it off and your skin is gorgeous.”

― Catherine Zeta-Jones

“I like bold statements. I’m very nearsighted, and I’m terrible at the whole contacts thing. I figured, ‘Why not get some glasses that are fun, that contrast with my skin tone and brighten things up.’”

― Cecile McLorin Salvant

“The girls show more skin these days, but I think, generally, they behave the same way as when I was growing up.”

― Cecily von Ziegesar

“I’m very comfortable in my skin.”

― Celine Dion

“I want to steer the national conversation in the right direction, from my point of view. I want to get under Robert Gibbs’ skin and Rahm Emanuel’s skin and Barack Obama’s skin.”

― Cenk Uygur

“The reform and opening up of China hasn’t been happening quite the way we’ve been told, like a small bird breaking out of its egg. Its more like a cicada shedding its skin, emerging ever so slowly. Energy is the last part of that shell that needs to be shed.”

― Chai Jing

“You learn to be comfortable in your own skin, and your body changes throughout life, so you can’t sweat the small stuff.”

― Chanel Iman

“I hate prejudice on any level. I don’t care if it’s somebody being discriminated against because of the color of their skin or their sexuality or their gender or financial status.”

― Charlamagne tha God

“You start out giving your hat, then you give your coat, then your shirt, then your skin and finally your soul.”

― Charles de Gaulle

“There’s a wire injected under my skin a few days before an event and connected to that is a wireless transmitter. That device communicates my blood-glucose levels to the receiver unit, which is mounted above my steering wheel.”

― Charlie Kimball

“I never felt comfortable in my own skin, and I feel like I missed out on a lot of high school experiences because I was so worried about where I fit in because I was so confused.”

― Charlotte Flair

“A film based on a jolly good John Grisham book is fine, but I like to get a bit under the skin.”

― Charlotte Rampling

“Many will call me an adventurer – and that I am, only one of a different sort: one of those who risks his skin to prove his platitudes.”

― Che Guevara

“When I’m filming, I try to get a facial two weeks before I start shooting and then again once I’ve wrapped. On set they tend to use a lot of make-up, so I like to prepare my skin right before, and then unclog all my pores right after.”

― Chelan Simmons

“I used to have really bad skin, which made me struggle to feel confident.”

― Cher Lloyd

“I am really lucky with my skin. It comes from my mum. Fashion tip from Cherie: drink lots of water.”

― Cherie Blair

“If I’m on a flight for more than 14 hours, I will do this Fresh face mask on the plane. I don’t care how silly it looks; it saves my skin from drying out.”

― Chiara Ferragni

“My greatest vanity is my skin. It is the colour of gingerbread and, thanks to my mother’s genes, smooth and mostly blemish-free.”

― Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

“What I do doesn’t sit well in the world of hipsterville. I don’t have a cool card, but I also don’t have thin skin.”

― Chris Daughtry

“I grew up feeling people didn’t look at skin color.”

― Chris Froome

“It’s been said that mistletoe extract enhances immune function, which increases the production of the immune cells. When administered as a form of therapy for cancer, the extracts are given by injection under the skin, into a vein or directly into a tumor.”

― Chris Kilham

“I find the ritual of shaving very relaxing, but for every day, it’s pretty irritating on my skin, so I like having the definition a beard gives.”

― Chris Pine

“I have such awful skin; it doesn’t matter what magic serum they think they’re putting on – I’ll usually break out.”

― Chris Pine

“Too much collagen will damage the skin. You will get collagen overload.”

― Chris Toumazou

“My shoots are very much about skin, so I’m an exfoliating and moisturizing nut. I fly so much, so I take my makeup off as soon as I get on the airplane. I look at my watch every half hour and moisturize.”

― Chrissy Teigen

“I’ve noticed that maybe my skin isn’t as soft as it used to be when I was a younger. It’s just not there anymore. I travel so much, and my skin gets so dry.”

― Chrissy Teigen

“St. Tropez has a face glow that is amazing – you can put it on without makeup, and your skin just glows.”

― Chrissy Teigen

“Whether I’m running up and down the field or running errands, I make it a point to ensure that my skin is protected.”

― Christen Press

“I always want to keep my skin clean when I get up in the morning, and I use sunscreen before I go out to the field.”

― Christen Press

“You can get fake fur, which, if that’s what you want – if you want that fur look – it looks just the same. It’s really unnecessary to skin an animal when you can get something that looks just the same without hurting anything.”

― Christian Serratos

“When doing sports… on the water, it’s crucial to stop aging by protecting your skin.”

― Christie Brinkley

“Whenever I wore a bathing suit, I kept a sarong around my hips that went halfway down my thighs. The tops of my thighs are like baby skin. Where the sarong ended, I can see sun damage: I’ve got dark spots and places where there is no melanin. The spots are not pretty, so I encourage everyone to protect their skin from the sun.”

― Christie Brinkley

“I don’t see anything wrong with being comfortable with my own skin.”

― Christina Aguilera

“I do my best to use all-natural type of products. I find that Perricone has really nice face cream. I find they have good facial products. Whenever I have a pimple, their products clear them up and make my skin nice and clean. Also, Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Oil-Free Gel-Cream.”

― Christina Milian

“I look under the skin of countries’ economies, and I help them make better decisions and be stronger, to prosper and create employment.”

― Christine Lagarde

“When you’re onstage and you know you’re bombing, that’s very, very scary. Because you know you gotta keep going – you’re bombing, but you can’t stop. And you know that half an hour from now, you’re still gonna be bombing. It takes a thick skin.”

― Christopher Walken

“I have good skin, but it’s dry – drier than you would think, considering I have Latin skin. It’s fairly transparent, too, so I’m constantly trying to give it nourishment and moisture, but nothing really holds.”

― Christy Turlington

“When it comes to skin care, I like to keep things simple. I’m not the type of person who runs out to have facials.”

― Chyler Leigh

“For an everyday look, I prefer natural-looking skin with a healthy glow.”

― Claudia Kim

“I try not to use tap water on my face, especially when I’m travelling, to avoid any skin problems. Instead, I’ll use bottled water to rinse.”

― Claudia Kim

“When I tell people I’m from South Korea, almost 10 out of 10 say something like, ‘Koreans have great skin!’ And it’s true.”

― Claudia Kim

“I’m a lot more grounded now, a lot more settled in my skin.”

― Clea Duvall

“I think the older you get, the more you know about life, and the more you learn about yourself and you become comfortable in your own skin. So the older I’m getting, the more fun I’m having.”

― Colbie Caillat

“I grew up in the age of polyester. When I got to touch real silk, cotton and velvet, the feel of nonsynthetic fabrics blew me away. I know it’s important how clothing looks, but it’s equally important how it feels on your skin.”

― Colleen Atwood

“When I began my search for the perfect skin care to fight the aging process, I noticed that my sensitive skin was reacting horribly to any product I used.”

― Connie Sellecca

“I was looking for someone to formulate a skin care line I could use.”

― Connie Sellecca

“After having a baby, there will inevitably be something on your body – a mark, a scar or some loose skin – that wasn’t there before.”

― Constance Marie

“When you become comfortable in your own skin, it actually makes you appear more attractive because you’re just confident in who you are.”

― Constance Zimmer

“It’s never a question of skin pigmentation. It’s never a question of just culture or sexual orientation or civilization. It’s what kind of human being you’re going to choose to be from your mama’s womb to the tomb and what kind of legacy will you leave.”

― Cornel West

“It’s not hard to imagine Donald Trump leading us into a war just because somebody got under his very thin skin.”

― Cory Booker

“Well, I don’t know. It’s long, it’s longer than both of the other books put together, so it’s more ambitious. I think I get under the skin of the people a lot more than in the other books.”

― Cory Doctorow

“Sometimes I use Botox. Compared to most, I use it very sparingly. One time I did too much, though. I feel weird if I can’t move my face, and that one time I overdid it, I felt trapped in my own skin.”

― Courteney Cox

“My hope is that if I take good care of my skin and use Botox, I won’t have to use anything else.”

― Courtney Thorne-Smith

“I bought a dodgy gold ring off a guy in Southampton. He told me to check it was real gold by heating it up with a lighter and pressing it against my skin, because real gold doesn’t burn. I still have the scar on my left hand.”

― Craig David

“The reality of producing the Oscars is that it’s a blood sport. With social media, everyone has a chance to voice their opinions. You have to know that entering into this special world requires a very thick skin.”

― Craig Zadan

“I wanted to create a multibillion dollar company that lets me go out and let us go out and change the world and create a Skin Cancer Awareness Center that costs a quarter a billion dollars.”

― Curt Schilling

“I’ve got thick skin.”

― Curt Schilling

“My all-time favorite skin cream is from Poland. Its called Eva Natura with Polish herbs, including rosemary. It smells wonderful and is soothing and comforting.”

― Dagmara Dominczyk

“I am really curious about life, about why we are all here. I notice my skin is ageing, things are changing, I’ve seen people dying, so that’s the train we are all on.”

― Damien Rice

“I want to get comfortable with my insecurities until I am no longer insecure. I want to be comfortable in my skin so that I do not need to dump any of my discomfort onto someone else in the form of judgment.”

― Damien Rice

“I am comfortable in my own skin.”

― Dan Abrams

“By definition, to work with me, you need thicker skin and must be OK with a certain amount of verbal abuse!”

― Dan Pena

“I have a thick skin, but I have a heart.”

― Dan Savage

“Everybody is always going to have haters. It comes with the job. You have to have a tough skin and not let it affect you.”

― Dana Brunetti

“I’m okay in my skin, you know… I’m okay with who I am.”

― Dana Plato

“Americanism is not a matter of skin or color.”

― Daniel Inouye

“Flying is awful, there’s nothing to do when you’re up in the air. I bloat up, my skin gets dry, and when we hit turbulence, I’m terrified.”

― Daniela Pestova

“I don’t want people to sit there and objectively watch the film. I want them to experience it as something that’s under their skin, so you try to make the films really tactile.”

― Danny Boyle

“I dye my hair, and I use teeth whitening strips. Unless I burnt myself or damaged my skin, I wouldn’t have cosmetic surgery.”

― Darcey Bussell

“I need help to ensure I grow old gracefully! So now I always apply moisturiser and foundation with an SPF, to protect my skin from the sun.”

― Darcey Bussell

“Now I’m on television, I’m far more conscious of my skin than I used to be – I would often leave the theatre with layers of pancake make-up still on my face, but on a medium such as TV, I have to be more fastidious.”

― Darcey Bussell

“Horror is like a serpent; always shedding its skin, always changing. And it will always come back. It can’t be hidden away like the guilty secrets we try to keep in our subconscious.”

― Dario Argento

“I had my shortcomings – crazy hair, braces, bad skin and all that stuff. I went through it all.”

― David Boreanaz

“The skin of my character in ‘The Man Who Fell to Earth’ was some concoction, a spermatozoon of an alien nature that was obscene and weird-looking.”

― David Bowie

“I love chicken. I love chicken products: fried chicken, roasted chicken, chicken nuggets – whatever. And going to Japan, I would see that these chicken were smoked and then grilled and then have this amazing crispy skin.”

― David Chang

“When I got to be, like, in high school and stuff, I sort of was drawn to that feeling of feeling uncomfortable in my skin and being confused by human beings, like, just constantly confused.”

― David Harbour

“If you want better behavior from bankers, then make their financial incentives more like those in the hedge-fund world – where managers have ‘skin in the game,’ and their net worth is tied to their long-term performance.”

― David Ignatius

“Clients like Kerry Washington stay energized by substituting high carb, high fat foods with a diet rich in lean protein and low-calorie, fiber-rich vegetables. These foods not only keep you trim but have an amazing impact on the shape of the body, the appearance of skin, hair, and nails.”

― David Kirsch

“Gribenes have been referred to as Jewish popcorn or kosher pork rinds. It’s basically chicken skin fried in schmaltz. They’re crispy and mixed with fried onions. I’m telling you, when you have it with chopped liver, it’s the most incredible thing because you get this crunch and this surge of chicken flavor.”

― David Sax

“With ‘Cold Skin,’ I believe we can create a lasting psycho-physiological horror film. It is one of the most atmospheric, terrifying, cinematic, and original stories of the human spirit.”

― David Slade

“People want to peg you as alternative R&B when they hear soul or see the color of your skin. It’s comfortable when people see artists of color or artists that come from a different country to put that brand on us. It’s just not as linear as that.”

― Dawn Richard

“The reality is I have a job as a national party chair that, one, requires a thick skin. It requires me to be able to absorb the body blows so our candidates can stay above the fray.”

― Debbie Wasserman Schultz

“My skin is pretty low-maintenance, but I’m a big sunscreen wearer, which I think is the big thing when it comes to wrinkles, right?”

― Deborah Ann Woll

“I have thin skin, so I have to work on my cellulite by exercising.”

― Debra Stephenson

“I’m not the classic type – fair skin, very beautiful women of a classic type, I’m talking about now.”

― Debra Wilson

“We shouldn’t be discriminating against each other. The whole ‘light skin versus dark skin’ is an idea we need to break down.”

― Dee Rees

“I am a big foodie, so much so that I eat in every half an hour. This is the secret of my glowing skin.”

― Deepika Padukone

“I don’t think it should matter to the American people what color skin is on their president. What should matter is the content of their character.”

― Dennis Haysbert

“You know a lot of what worked on this was taken from Harry Potter 2, the little Doby character, we had a lot of our skin stuff worked out and that helped a lot. We have a lot of exchange happening.”

― Dennis Muren

“I grew up in Houston, and I remember we had separate drinking fountains, and black people sat in the balcony of the theater… We had an African-American housekeeper growing up who was really like my second mother. I thought it was silly – hatred just because of the color of somebody’s skin.”

― Dennis Quaid

“My type, which I didn’t realize until somebody pointed out to me, apparently is brunettes with darker skin tones, but that is about it as far as aesthetically.”

― Derek Hough

“In the land of my birth I cannot vote, whereas a young person of eighteen can vote. And why? Because he or she possesses that wonderful biological attribute – a white skin.”

― Desmond Tutu

“I use the Clarisonic skin brush a couple times a week, which really clears out your pores.”

― Devon Windsor

“I get eight hours of sleep at least at night, which I think helps your skin tremendously.”

― Devon Windsor

“I use Bioderma, because it’s very gentle, water-based, and it doesn’t irritate the skin.”

― Devon Windsor

“I’m a firm believer in exfoliation because of all the makeup that we get put on our skin.”

― Devon Windsor

“Hydration is key! I know that is an obvious one, but drinking tons of water and keeping your skin hydrated is very important.”

― Devon Windsor

“I love Sunday Riley Hydro Active Face Oil, Clinique Acne Solutions Moisturizer Cream, and Weleda Skin Food if I’m working a lot, since it’s so thick and hydrating.”

― Devon Windsor

“I don’t judge people by their sexual orientation or the color of their skin, so I find it really hard to identify someone by saying that they’re a gay person or a black person or a Jewish person.”

― Diana Ross

“I was reading a magazine when I was a little kid, probably about twelve years old, and an ad said that if you sell so many jars of Noxzema skin cream, we’ll sell you a ukulele. So I went out and banged on doors in the snow in Quincy, Massachusetts, where I was raised, and I sold the skin cream.”

― Dick Dale

“In the Shao Lin temple, they never allow you to touch the skin of a drum until you can tongue what you’re going to play.”

― Dick Dale

“When I wear the national team shirt, its sole contact with my skin makes it stand on an end.”

― Diego Maradona

“Growing up in the suburbs of Chicago, the color of my skin and my rather peculiar background as an Ethiopian immigrant delineated the border of my life and friendships. I learned quickly how to stand alone.”

― Dinaw Mengestu

“Not only is fur cruel, it’s also totally gross. I mean, who wants to wear the skin of an abused animal? Not me!”

― Dionne Bromfield

“I do follow cleansing and hydrate my skin. It is really important. Especially before going to bed, you have to remove make-up, clean your skin, and hydrate your skin.”

― Disha Patani

“Red lips don’t look good on blotchy, uneven skin.”

― Dita Von Teese

“The night is a skin pulled over the head of day that the day may be in torment.”

― Djuna Barnes

“I’m comfortable in my own skin, no matter how far it’s stretched. Ha ha.”

― Dolly Parton

“We march on because all lives matter, not to be judged by the color of their skin.”

― Donna Brazile

“In terms of jumping into a character’s skin, I try to immerse myself in the role as much as possible to bring me closer to them. All I do is what’s required to achieve what I want to achieve.”

― Dougray Scott

“I think the most important thing is to always clean your face and ensure your make-up comes off at night. Going to bed with make-up is just so bad for your skin.”

― Doutzen Kroes

“It’s important sometimes to have pictures that are not as retouched and show more of the real skin.”

― Doutzen Kroes

“My whole life, I’ve wanted to feel comfortable in my skin. It’s the most liberating thing in the world.”

― Drew Barrymore

“Traveling is the worst for skin, and it shows instantly. Once you’re working non-stop, you can instantly see it.”

― Dua Lipa

“I wear sunscreen every single day – I just don’t go out of the house without it. I also try to get enough sleep, eat as healthy as I can and keep hydrated. I have very sensitive skin, and depending on what products are used on a shoot, my skin can break out in an instant.”

― Dylan Penn

“All we need is a meteorologist who has once been soaked to the skin without ill effect. No one can write knowingly of the weather who walks bent over on wet days.”

― E. B. White

“There’s a way in which you can look at clothing as your outer skin. And because you were discriminated against because of your complexion, the way in which you could overcome that was through the way in which you presented yourself with your clothing.”

― Ed Smith

“We lived in Germany; my father was in the Army, and they figured I would have more consistency at boarding school. That kind of gives you a thick skin.”

― Ed Weeks

“I would like every Jew to be as comfortable in his skin as I am in mine.”

― Edgar Bronfman, Sr.

“I have been racially abused by fans and players, but sometimes it’s just a way to get under your skin.”

― Edgar Davids

“The best photographers know how to light any color skin.”

― Edward Enninful

“There is nothing so agonizing to the fine skin of vanity as the application of a rough truth.”

― Edward G. Bulwer-Lytton

“If you see a tick on your body, be sure to remove it immediately. Use tweezers to pull the tick’s body away from your skin, being careful not to crush the tick’s body.”

― Elise Stefanik

“I like getting a tan, so if I’m lying on the beach, I want to get as much skin out as possible.”

― Eliza Doolittle

“I don’t think you can come into your wisdom until you have made mistakes on your own skin and felt them in reality of your own life.”

― Elizabeth Gilbert

“A bit of lusting after someone does wonders for the skin.”

― Elizabeth Hurley

“A delicious smoothie is a really easy way of taking on lots of amazing skin boosting ingredients and was my first port of call every morning in the run-up to my wedding – I’ll throw in frozen berries, banana, spinach, almond butter, almond milk, and oats for a quick breakfast quite often.”

― Ella Woodward

“I love knowing exactly what you’re putting onto your skin and about the ingredient benefits of those products.”

― Ella Woodward

“I’ve always been pretty lucky with my skin. I did notice a big change when I changed my diet and started to eat more natural foods in that my skin just got clearer and brighter.”

― Ella Woodward

“My nickname was Skinabo – ‘skin and bones.’”

― Ellen Barkin

“I have very sensitive skin, and so, whenever I can, I want to give it a rest. I’m, like, the moisturizing queen.”

― Ellie Kemper

“I switch my products so much, but right now, I’m really into organic skin care. I hope it’s here to stay. I like that whole vibe and just being really gentle with your skin and not putting too much products that are harsh.”

― Elsa Hosk

“In the daytime during the summer, I only wear ‘Laura Mercier Secret Camouflage Concealer’ for coverage. I keep that in my bag at all times. I love ‘RMS Buriti Bronzer’ because it has a little bit of red in it, and my skin is on the reddish side, so it matches really well.”

― Elsa Hosk

“I stay out of the sun; it’s terrible for the skin of any woman over 35. If you must have a suntan, at least keep moving while you’re in the sun.”

― Elsa Schiaparelli

“My normal stuff is Dr. Perricone’s hypoallergenic range. I have incredibly sensitive skin, so I struggled to find anything because my skin would react to so much stuff.”

― Emilia Clarke

“I have very sensitive skin, so I have to care for it properly.”

― Emilia Clarke

“Skincare is incredibly important. I try to look after my skin as much as possible because I’m always inspired by women who age gracefully and naturally.”

― Emilia Wickstead

“I’m a believer in feeling good in your skin, so I put bikini pics on my Instagram.”

― Emily Atack

“The jungle has taught me to accept who I really am – my skin is play and freckly, my bum and hips are big, and my hair is frizzy – that’s who I am.”

― Emily Atack

“There’s nothing wrong with being comfortable in your own skin. If anything, it can be really beautiful.”

― Emily Ratajkowski

“Your skin is like a plant. You have to water it. Make sure it’s hydrated, not just squeaky clean.”

― Emily Weiss

“We incorporate a lot of natural ingredients into our Glossier products, like sweet almond oil, which is great at getting moisture deep into the skin.”

― Emily Weiss

“As an actor, you have to get used to being told no, develop a thick skin, and just keep persevering.”

― Emun Elliott

“I’d make a lousy cop. I’d just wear it too close to my skin and wouldn’t survive. I’ll stick to acting.”

― Enrico Colantoni

“My skin is very sensitive.”

― Eric Dane

“If whiteness were of no particular advantage, then having a fuller color wheel of skin tones would be purely a matter of celebration. But whiteness – just a drop of it – does still carry privilege. You learn that very young in America.”

― Eric Liu

“You can put in a curl or put on a lip color or mascara, but the important thing is that the health of your skin and hair is shining through.”

― Erin Heatherton

“I make sure the foods I eat will benefit the appearance of my hair, skin and nails.”

― Erin Heatherton

“On vacations: We hit the sunny beaches where we occupy ourselves keeping the sun off our skin, the saltwater off our bodies, and the sand out of our belongings.”

― Erma Bombeck

“If we’re afraid to stand in our own skin with those we work with, then how do we lead those who have no voice at all?”

― Ertharin Cousin

“When researchers try to break down what is happening at Mosaic, far too often they see the skin and miss the heart.”

― Erwin McManus

“But today I felt different, today I forgot how long it takes to get into the skin of a character and I remembered it, because today I actually got into that skin and it felt so different.”

― Estelle Parsons

“My career at Warner Brothers consisted of one musical short subject. I was running around in a bear skin. Very chic.”

― Ethel Merman

“For me, as far as skin, I’m a big advocate of facials. And I moisturize. And I read my magazines. I listen to good advice from people who really know, and I try to watch what I eat.”

― Eva Longoria

“I do feel like I’m at ease in my own skin when I find an androgynous balance.”

― Evangeline Lilly

“Bolivia’s majority Indian population was always excluded, politically oppressed and culturally alienated. Our national wealth, our raw materials, was plundered. Indios were once treated like animals here. In the 1930s and 40s, they were sprayed with DDT to kill the vermin on their skin and in their hair whenever they came into the city.”

― Evo Morales

“Family quarrels are bitter things. They don’t go according to any rules. They’re not like aches or wounds, they’re more like splits in the skin that won’t heal because there’s not enough material.”

― F. Scott Fitzgerald

“It’s all about the whey protein and multi-mineral complexes I consume – it’s good for my hair, and it’s good for my skin.”

― Fabio Lanzoni

“I go to the hamam and put henna on my skin and hair. Even when I go to New York, I let the shower run hot to create a steam hamam at my hotel. But when I finish with the bath, I put on expensive French creams.”

― Fatema Mernissi

“Just let your skin breathe.”

― Felicity Huffman

“There is the most wonderful thing called Polaris: it’s a very high frequency laser treatment that lifts and tightens the skin.”

― Felicity Kendal

“I’m trying to get a thicker skin. I like to be aware of people’s perceptions of me, but when you put it as a priority, as a means to judging your worth, that’s when it can be dangerous.”

― Fergie

“I think in some ways, acting and writing are the same. You’re getting inside the skin of someone else; you’re creating their language and their actions. As a writer, you have to see the whole picture and the structure, and you have to understand every character.”

― Finn Wittrock

“Along with ‘Free,’ where I sing quite a bit, there are additional songs on ‘Skin’ where you can hear my voice in the background – lots of ‘oohs’ and ‘aahs.’ But more often than not, I use my vocals to prompt other rappers and singers to feel calmer, better, bolder.”

― Flume

“I love Clinique. Their moisturizer is amazing. My skin tends to be really oily, but then at times I’m dry, and that’s the perfect amount of moisturizer.”

― Francia Raisa

“If you have beautiful knees, show your knees. I’m not a puritan. I love skin.”

― Francisco Costa

“The defects and faults of the mind are like wounds in the body; after all imaginable care has been taken to heal them up, still there will be a scar left behind, and they are in continual danger of breaking the skin and bursting out again.”

― Francois de La Rochefoucauld

“I’ve got a thick skin.”

― Francois Hollande

“I think less is more when it comes to make-up; this really helps achieve a lighter complexion. Heavy make-up creates a canvas and can dull the skin.”

― Francois Nars

“I think if you take good care of your skin, you can achieve better make-up.”

― Francois Nars

“I didn’t want to create a makeup line for one ethnic group; it had to be multi-ethnic. To me, beauty is beauty. It doesn’t matter to me what colour the skin is.”

― Francois Nars

“I’m not one of those James Joyce intellectuals who can stand back and look at the whole edifice… It was a slow process for me to just crawl out of it, like a snake leaving his skin behind.”

― Frank McCourt

“Far too often, I have been accepted or rejected for work because of the color of my skin.”

― Frankie Faison

“Life is a force in its own right. It is a new element. And it has altered the Earth. It covers Earth like a skin.”

― Frans Lanting

“I’ve learned to develop a thick skin, but you’re bound to be affected when you read something bad about yourself in the paper and it’s rubbed in your face over and over.”

― Freida Pinto

“There’s one disturbing notion throughout India that light skin is more attractive than dark.”

― Freida Pinto

“All minorities think they’re immune, but we’re absolutely part of the one in five that gets skin cancer! It’s a myth, and myths are meant to be debunked!”

― Gabrielle Union

“You have to develop a very thick skin.”

― Gabrielle Union

“I’m not the type to lay out on the beach, but I do love to work out outside, and that can really take a toll on your skin!”

― Gabrielle Union

“It’s better to get the nutrients for healthy skin from food, not supplements. Salmon, walnuts, blueberries, spinach… lots of my favorite foods happen to be amazing for skin too.”

― Gail Simmons

“I admire writers who can remain objective and distanced, but that doesn’t seem to be in my toolbox somehow. I have to care, I have to have skin in the game.”

― Gail Simone

“As footballers, you just grow up with people from different backgrounds and different colors of skin.”

― Gary Lineker

“I’m comfortable in my own skin and surroundings. I don’t think I get overshadowed by my husband or his personality.”

― Gauri Khan

“The industry is quite chauvinistic generally. Expectations of women, girls, what they should look like, how they should be, what they should say, what they should wear, how their hair should be, what colour their skin should be.”

― Gemma Arterton

“Last time I blushed was when I smoothed my hands over the back of my dress and actually touched skin. Seems the material was tucked into my underwear, and everyone around me had gotten a show. This, of course, was at a romance writers’ conference.”

― Gena Showalter

“My skin is more beautiful than yours. I would be quite more popular in jail if I so chose.”

― Gene Simmons

“When in doubt, always opt for going naturel rather than hiding your skin under foundation and such. Line your eyes with kohl and mascara, put on some bright lip gloss and pinch your cheeks a little bit to get them all flushed and bright!”

― Genelia D’Souza

“I wouldn’t mind meeting some of the people I’ve attempted to portray from the olden, olden days. They probably would all have really terrible skin and horrible bad breath, and I’d have to give them an Altoid.”

― Geoffrey Rush

“Some people don’t care why they are famous; they just want to be famous, and that makes my skin crawl a bit.”

― George Ezra

“I’ve gone to skin doctors and they’ll say to you, ‘We should remove this because it’s pre-cancerous,’ and I’ll say, ‘Explain pre-cancerous to me.’ I’ll listen for about twenty minutes and I’ll say excuse me, ‘Is pre-cancerous like pre-dead? So you’re saying it could turn into cancer but it’s not cancer?’”

― George Hamilton

“If we could take one of my skin cells and turn it into an embryo-like cell and turn it back into a skin cell, it has reset almost all of the developmental indications of age.”

― George M. Church

“I have always regarded historical fiction and fantasy as sisters under the skin, two genres separated at birth.”

― George R. R. Martin

“I have a coconut oil stick, which I use for everything – on my eye lids to make them shinier, on my lips, and on any dry skin.”

― Georgia May Jagger

“I used to have really bad skin, and when I was younger, I had a lazy eye. I had to wear a patch and pink-rimmed glasses.”

― Georgia Salpa

“When I got pregnant, I became very interested in natural products. You wonder what you’re putting on your skin when you’re carrying a child.”

― Georgina Chapman

“So many of the kids on television have really nice clothes, perfect skin and hair.”

― Gia Coppola

“As a first-time director, you act a lot like a teenager. I made decisions because I was hotheaded. My skin broke out. I was trying to understand who I am.”

― Gia Coppola

“I’m comfortable in my own skin. I know I’m not going to ever be Cindy Crawford or Elle MacPherson.”

― Giada De Laurentiis

“I’ve built up such a thick skin. It’s very easy to take one comment – whether it be a really mean comment that digs deep or just something rude – and really run with it. It’s so easy: if there are 100 comments, and 99 are nice, you just run with the bad one.”

― Gigi Gorgeous

“I personally think my sister is so stunning without makeup. And she doesn’t wear that much makeup because she has the best skin color.”

― Gigi Hadid

“It’s the swirling river of time that makes our identities, not the monochromatic simplicity of skin colour or the definitive lines of international borders.”

― Giles Foden

“Like, I’m hyper-conscious about going to bed on time, and doing my seven-step skin care routine at night.”

― Gillian Jacobs

“I was more comfortable with guys growing up, but now I find myself more comfortable in my own skin and open to people, regardless of their gender or popularity or any other label, as a result.”

― Gillian Zinser

“I need a man that’s comfortable in his skin and not threatened by a woman with a big personality.”

― Gina Neely

“I felt very vulnerable after ‘Sleeping with the Fishes’; I gained weight for the role. I felt a bit out of my skin in the movie, and it was hard to watch.”

― Gina Rodriguez

“I cannot put this poison on my skin. I do not use anything synthetic.”

― Gisele Bundchen

“We’re doing Circle of Snakes, we open up with Skin Carver and we are throwing in Skull Forest later on.”

― Glenn Danzig

“The authority of any governing institution must stop at its citizen’s skin.”

― Gloria Steinem

“When I first was putting out music, I was like, ‘I don’t want to be overly sexy or do too much with the imaging or show too much skin, and I want to make sure my lyrics are balanced.’”

― Goapele

“I don’t wear that much makeup. I’ll do a little concealer here and there and apply some mascara. It just depends on how I’m feeling that day, but I try and go days without makeup just because I think it’s healthier for skin to breathe.”

― Goapele

“I cannot understand why any young man – or young woman, for that matter – would wish to undergo the painful process of disfiguring the skin with various multicolored representations of people, animals, and various symbols.”

― Gordon B. Hinckley

“I often have said that to be a college president, you need a thick skin, a good sense of humor, and nerves like sewer pipes.”

― Gordon Gee

“I find that when I put too much makeup on, or I use a certain brand, my skin will break out. I tend to gravitate towards water-based foundations because my skin absorbs them a little better and it doesn’t break out as much. I use Hourglass Mineral Veil. It’s so amazing.”

― Grace Gealey

“I am very disciplined with my skin – I tone and I moisturize my skin twice a day. I also exfoliate, and I try to get a facial, like, once every two months.”

― Grace Gealey

“Everyone has strange teenage years. It’s not like I can claim some particularly unique set of high school horrors. I think I was just an awkward kid who never felt comfortable in his own skin. I think I was alone a lot by circumstance and then by choice.”

― Graham Moore

“I would say the more significant factor of my starting late is that I developed a sufficiently thick skin to be able to – just about – handle the knocks that a fledgling comedian takes.”

― Greg Davies

“People travel and hunt on the sea ice – in Alaska, they hunt in skin boats for bowhead whales; in Greenland, they hunt with dogsleds. The ice is their highway. The ice is also the ecosystem in which marine mammals and terrestrial animals such as polar bears exist.”

― Gretel Ehrlich

“Beauty, to me is about being comfortable in your own skin.”

― Gwyneth Paltrow

“I genuinely do think that skin does have a lot to do with genetics. I was blessed. You should see my mom and grandma – it’s unfair!”

― Hailey Baldwin

“I don’t do facials – I don’t really enjoy people picking at my skin. I’d rather a dermatologist who’s a doctor for that do that.”

― Hailey Baldwin

“Skin care is so much more important than makeup. Makeup is for when you’re having fun and going out. But your skin is forever.”

― Halima Aden

“You don’t have to show a lot of skin to be beautiful.”

― Halima Aden

“I sleep with aloe vera on – it’s super moisturizing and good for the skin – and I’ll switch that up with honey, which I leave on for 10 minutes then wash off.”

― Halima Aden

“Moisturizing every night is important. When you’re 50 or 60, it’s going to show if you don’t take care of it. You have to prepare when you’re young, so you still have that healthy, glowing skin when you’re 60 or 70.”

― Halima Aden

“I think I’ve evolved into someone pretty confident – in myself and in my skin.”

― Halle Berry

“It is very important to moisturize your body! Your skin has a better glow when it’s hydrated.”

― Hannah Bronfman

“I get a lymphatic massage every two weeks, and afterward, I have more energy and brighter skin.”

― Hannah Bronfman

“I struggle with candida – usually it manifests on the skin and can be so pesty, painful, and irritating! It also feeds off sugar and gluten and is nearly impossible to rid yourself of.”

― Hannah Bronfman

“People think that because I have dark skin that I don’t need to put on SPF! Wrong!”

― Hannah Bronfman

“Growing up in Manhattan has given me a thick skin.”

― Hannah Bronfman

“When you really listen to what your body is telling you, it’s easy to treat it well. For example, if my fingernails are weak, I know I need more calcium. If I have dry skin, I’m dehydrated or need to exfoliate.”

― Hannah Bronfman

“My biggest issue is hyperpigmentation and evening out my skin tone.”

― Hannah Bronfman

“Clinique’s Chubby Stick Moisturizing Lip Colour Balm in Chunky Cherry is perfect for people with my skin tone.”

― Hannah Simone

“I use products with coconut oil in them all over my skin.”

― Hannah Teter

“I go to Japan every November on vacation, and the one thing I never return home without is yuba, which is the thin skin that forms atop boiling soy milk. You skim it off and either eat it fresh or dry it.”

― Hanya Yanagihara

“I like to let my skin breathe, I don’t like to stress it out. I don’t like to put it through very much.”

― Hari Nef

“All the healthiest countries don’t eat a lot of tropical fruits. They stay away from pineapples, mangos, papayas, and melons and focus on fruits that have edible skin, edible seeds, or are citrus fruits.”

― Harley Pasternak

“I was guilty of using beauty products without consulting a dermatologist. So I’ve developed a sensitive skin.”

― Hazel Keech

“The most important characteristic that has allowed me to succeed is confidence. I have always been comfortable in my own skin, and even when I was just starting out in my career, had the strength and self-assurance to ask tough questions and push for answers.”

― Heather Bresch

“There’s going to be good things that get you, and there’s going to be bad things that get you, so you better be willing, and your skin better be thick.”

― Heather Bresch

“Misty Copeland is making history. During American Ballet Theatre’s current season at the Metropolitan Opera House, Copeland will alight on that storied Lincoln Center stage, making her New York debut as the Swan Queen in the iconic masterpiece Swan Lake – a crowning achievement for any dancer, regardless of the color of her skin.”

― Heather Watts

“Overdone lipstick is a deterrent to men. It rubs off easily onto their skin and the edges of their shirts, so it discourages them from kissing, touching, and coming closer to you, which is what they really want to do!”

― Helen Fisher

“The most difficult thing for me is a portrait. You have to try and put your camera between the skin of a person and his shirt.”

― Henri Cartier-Bresson

“The appendages of the skin are the nails, the hairs, the sudoriferous and sebaceous glands, and their ducts. The nails and hairs are peculiar modifications of the epidermis, consisting essentially of the same cellular structure as that membrane.”

― Henry Gray

“The muscles are connected with the bones, cartilages, ligaments, and skin, either directly or through the intervention of fibrous structures called tendons or aponeuroses.”

― Henry Gray

“Whatever I read went under my skin. I almost devoured the literature, which became like a road to discovery.”

― Herta Muller

“Good skin is the best foundation for your makeup.”

― Holland Roden

“The turkey oak can grow practically submerged within the wetlands of Mississippi, its leaves soft as a newborn’s skin.”

― Hope Jahren

“I am happiest now. There’s nothing like running out of time to make you realise you’re in the right skin, with the right person, and that the Apocalypse will happen with or without you.”

― Howard Jacobson

“I believe in equal pay for equal work. Gender, race, skin colour, or ethnicity should not be the parameters to hire someone or to decide how much they should be paid.”

― Huma Qureshi

“I don’t like revealing skin for the sake of revealing skin.”

― Hyuna

“Reading reviews makes you thin-skinned. It’s like waves washing layers off your skin.”

― Ian Mcewan

“I always use my husband’s cocoa butter stuff. He has amazing skin!”

― Idina Menzel

“I’m tactile, very tactile. A woman who has really nice, looked-after skin is such a turn-on for me. It’s always sexy.”

― Idris Elba

“I don’t think anyone leaves Las Vegas rejuvenated, their skin shining, their bank accounts glowing. No one leaves Vegas, like, ‘I didn’t make one mistake. That felt great. Back to work.’”

― Iliza Shlesinger

“Beauty is being comfortable and confident in your own skin.”

― Iman

“I hung onto Hollywood by the skin of my teeth, and at first I fought over every piece of bread. Later, I got very small parts.”

― Inbar Lavi

“I’ll use shea butter to moisturize my skin, or coconut oil.”

― Indya Moore

“Use coconut oil; it is one of the best moisturizers. Use it right after the shower on wet skin and then wipe it off with a towel.”

― Irina Shayk

“Don’t forget to eat a lot of greens and fish oil pills. Those are two of the best things to keep your skin glowing.”

― Irina Shayk

“Stay away from the sun and remember the skin on a woman’s neck, hands and face is sensitive and ages easily, so apply a high SPF sunscreen on those areas.”

― Irina Shayk

“Boys never liked me at school. They made fun of me ‘cos I had dark skin.”

― Irina Shayk

“Sometimes a book influences me because it winds me up. There’ll be something that gets under my skin and makes me think that I can do better.”

― Irvine Welsh

“As moisturizers, oils rapidly penetrate the deeper layers of the skin, protecting against the breakdown of proteins in the cell wall with fatty and linoleic acids, mimicking what our bodies produce naturally. The oils also function as humectants, which help our skin retain moisture.”

― Isabel Gillies

“Toner to remove make-up at the end of the day, clean the skin, and keep it fresh. Moisturizer to keep your skin hydrated – this is the most important! And I always like to travel with a mask.”

― Isabeli Fontana

“You don’t always need to be this flawless female with amazing skin and done hair. Perfect doesn’t exist.”

― Iskra Lawrence

“I want to be the girl that’s real and show other girls that you don’t have to have flawless skin or the ‘perfect’ body – because that’s just not real.”

― Iskra Lawrence

“The core spirit of Pleats Please is joy, and what better emotion to wear on your skin every day?”

― Issey Miyake

“I have a tough skin and enough confidence not to worry too much about being underestimated because of my last name, my relative youth, or my modeling background. It comes with the territory.”

― Ivanka Trump

“I am willing to compete on my merits and on my character – not with the color of my skin. We talk about being a color-blind society, but I don’t think the political process could actually handle that.”

― J. C. Watts

“I love the smell of a man’s skin.”

― J. Courtney Sullivan

“Barack Obama was elected during my second year of college, and save for his skin color, he had much in common with Bill Clinton: Despite an unstable life with a single mother, aided by two loving grandparents, he had made in his adulthood a family life that seemed to embody my sense of the American ideal.”

― J. D. Vance

“There’s a stigma attached to ‘pop music,’ like it’s a taboo word. It used to make my skin crawl when people said it, and I’d say, ‘I’m not a pop star! I want to be a respected musician!’ But I think people have changed the way they think about it.”

― Jack Garratt

“Having one’s image, and effectively, life, democratized, dehumanizes and sometimes objectifies it into an entertainment product. What sort of valuation of the ego would one have once you’ve let it been preyed upon by the public for years and years? Perhaps, it becomes truly just skin and bones.”

― Jack Gleeson

“Water really does great things for my skin.”

― Jackee Harry

“Like academic Marxists, who are their sisters under the skin, libertarians are far more interested in an ideal world than in the one where ordinary humans live.”

― Jacob Weisberg

“In Chicago, I’d audition 3-4 times a week, but when I got out to L.A., there were, like, 4-5 a day, and my skin got really thick.”

― Jacob Zachar

“When buying beauty products, I always check the ingredients. The product should be sourced from natural ingredients. It should have not been tested on animals, as I am against animal testing, and it should be soft on the skin.”

― Jacqueline Fernandez

“Oils have the most wonderful effect on the complexion due to their high affinity with the skin.”

― Jacqueline Fernandez

“When it comes to my skin, I experiment with a lot of home remedies.”

― Jacqueline Fernandez

“I believe in clean skin and using a good cleanser, toner, and moisturiser.”

― Jacqueline Fernandez

“We all portray a lot of characters, and once we get into a shot, we have to come out of our skin and be a completely different person.”

― Jacqueline Fernandez

“I like to remove my makeup with oil. Face wash tends to dry your skin out and strip your natural pH balance.”

― Jaimie Alexander

“It doesn’t matter what the colour of your skin is, your sexual preference, the region where you were born, your gender. We’re all equal… We can’t take certain minorities and think they have super powers and are different from the others.”

― Jair Bolsonaro

“Pretty sure I always say things that upset people, get under people’s skin.”

― Jalen Rose

“I like the fact that Tess Holliday is comfortable in her own skin and loves herself. I think that’s a hugely positive message that women of all sizes really need to adopt.”

― Jameela Jamil

“I hope to inspire others to be confident in their own skin and to love themselves with makeup or without.”

― James Charles

“I think it’s so important to love who you are and be comfortable in your own skin.”

― James Charles

“I can be confident with bare skin and with a full face.”

― James Charles

“Burglars know there’s more than one way to skin a vault.”

― James Chiles

“Hate crimes impact not just individuals but entire communities. When a family is attacked because of the color of their skin, it’s not just the family that feels violated, but every resident of that neighborhood.”

― James Comey

“I might have to stumble a little bit more in public than others, but that’s fine, I don’t mind, I’ve developed a thick skin.”

― James Franco

“Race and sexual preferences are two different things. One is a behavior-related and preference-related and one is something inherently – skin color, something obvious, that kind of stuff.”

― James Lankford

“Race and sexual preferences are two different things. One is behavior-related and preference-related, and one is something inherently – skin color, something obvious, that kind of stuff.”

― James Lankford

“Horrible dates are when you’re with people who are immature and can’t really be comfortable in their own skin.”

― James Mercer

“Brain surgery is a fairly aggressive process. There’s a lot to get through. There’s the beautiful, delicate shaving first, which is really lovely. There’s a wonderful ceremony of putting all the covers on, so only the little bit you’re operating on is revealed. But once they make the incision and tear the skin back, the drill comes out.”

― James Nesbitt

“I feel that I want to use light as this wonderful and magic elixir that we drink as Vitamin D through the skin – and I mean, we are literally light-eaters – to then affect the way that we see.”

― James Turrell

“Making a movie with people of all different ethnicity, all different skin color and different backgrounds, meant that the movie can literally play all around the world. It’s not just a blanket whitewash film like most Hollywood films tend to be.”

― James Wan

“I think that there should be this thing for cover-ups on tattoos. I want to develop it. It’s like a skin-toned transfer, and then all the make-up artist has to do is airbrush over it to blend it into the skin. There’s nothing like that. At the moment, you literally have to go red and get it to skin color, which takes forever.”

― Jamie Campbell Bower

“I have superdry skin, and it’s really temperamental, and I feel like oils are the best thing for my face.”

― Jamie Chung

“I’m amazed if people are happy in their own skin.”

― Jamie Dornan

“It can be painful leaving parts of yourself behind. Change and shuffling off your previous skin is traumatic, but it can be done.”

― Jamie Parker

“I suppress stress to the point where it will force its way through my skin in the form of a large angry pimple because that’s the only channel it has.”

― Jane Fallon

“As far back as I can remember, I have worshipped the sun. My skin is fair, but as the years have gone by, it has toughened and darkened. I now turn a rich golden brown every summer, but only after the first day of burning.”

― Jane Green

“The bad news is that my thin melanoma has something called mitosis, which means the cancer cells are dividing and multiplying even as I write. My thin melanoma has already spread outside of the tumor and into the deep layers of skin.”

― Jane Green

“Melanoma is not the most common of skin cancers, but it is the most dangerous if not found in the early stages.”

― Jane Green

“As a child, growing up in Hampstead, North London, I was shockingly fair-skinned. Holidays involved me spending the second and third day face-down on a bed, shrieking should anyone touch my blistered skin.”

― Jane Green

“I needed my own territory, and I didn’t know how I was going to get it. And so I took my frustrations and plugged them into someone entirely different from me. I wanted to see if I could slip into someone else’s skin.”

― Jane Hamilton

“If I have makeup, I use a cleanser, but otherwise, I just use a hot cloth at the end of the day to keep moisture in my skin without stripping it off. I do splurge on La Mer, but other than that, I use just use Nivea from the drugstore!”

― Jane Kaczmarek

“The more I become comfortable in my own skin, I think the funnier I become.”

― Jane Lynch

“I dream of a post-racial society that is not categorized by the color of their skin.”

― Jane Velez-Mitchell

“The term ‘celebrity’ makes my skin crawl.”

― Janeane Garofalo

“Also, as I’ve gotten older and more mature, I’ve become much more comfortable in my own skin. After 25 years of doing stand-up, that’s reflected onstage.”

― Janeane Garofalo

“Control meant not only taking care of myself but living in a much less protected world. And doing that meant growing a tough skin.”

― Janet Jackson

“People can have rhinoceros skin, but there’s a point when something’s going to hurt you.”

― Janet Jackson

“A staple in my makeup bag is Black Opal’s True Color Skin Perfecting Stick Foundation, which offers a range of colors with many undertones.”

― Janet Mock

“I’m an island girl, so I love super bronzy skin!”

― Janet Mock

“Hats, giant shades and 60-plus sunblock are part of my summer repertoire. I don’t want wrinkles, but it’s skin cancer I truly fear.”

― Janine di Giovanni

“A very common thing these days is people show up and they ask us in the band to sign with a Sharpie right on their skin and they go get it tattooed the next day. Then they’ll show up at another show and they’ll have their tattoo.”

― Jared Leto

“Contouring makes a huge difference in your bone structure! I don’t do it every day, because when I’m not working, I like to keep my skin fresh.”

― Jasmine Tookes

“I try to get underneath the skin of all kinds of music, and I never know what’s going to inspire me and what makes me crazy.”

― Jason Robert Brown

“Having glue stuck to your face in winter is not fun. It freezes as it hits the skin.”

― Jay Ryan

“In the morning when I wake up, I’ll exfoliate. Then at night when I shower, I’ll also use an exfoliating scrub. My routine is easy, and I just get clean skin.”

― Jazz Jennings

“Dressed in the lion’s skin, the ass spread terror far and wide.”

― Jean de La Fontaine

“Never sell the bear’s skin before one has killed the beast.”

― Jean de La Fontaine

“I’m tired of all this nonsense about beauty being skin deep. That’s deep enough. What do you want, an adorable pancreas?”

― Jean Kerr

“I had an idea for a story about a young woman who was living with people who were different, not just superficially different – such as hair colour, or eye colour, or skin colour – but different in some significant way.”

― Jean M. Auel

“Getting Richard Norris his new face wasn’t easy. For starters, doctors needed a donor who wasn’t just a favorable blood match but also had the proper skeletal features and skin color – they calculated only a 14 percent chance they’d find one. Then there was the epic surgery that took a team of 150 people.”

― Jeanne Marie Laskas

“A face isn’t an organ, like a liver or a heart. A face is muscles, nerves, bones, and skin. A face is more like a hand or a foot.”

― Jeanne Marie Laskas

“My father Lloyd Bridges was very versatile in his parts, but he had a hit in the ’60s ‘Sea Hunt,’ where he played a skin diver. And he was so into that role that people actually thought he was a skin-diver.”

― Jeff Bridges

“It is not legitimate that an American citizen feels that they are more likely to be arrested or held to account or stopped and searched than someone else simply because of the color of their skin.”

― Jeff Sessions

“Skin care is so important, and I’m the craziest person about it.”

― Jeffree Star

“I’ve worn makeup for so long, my skin needs it.”

― Jeffree Star

“I have this weird allergy where metal can’t touch my skin.”

― Jeffrey Dean Morgan

“’Black-ish’ is the cherry on the top of my career… When you come into your own, when you’re in your skin, you’re unstoppable, because you’re living in the moment of life.”

― Jenifer Lewis

“Sand is one of the best exfoliates out there! Take a handful of sand and rub it on your skin in small circles. When you’re done, wash it off and presto… you get spa like skin, without the price tag.”

― Jenna Morasca

“I developed acne when I was about 19, at the beginning of my modeling career. I didn’t have the huge cystic-type of acne, but a lot of little bumps all over my face. They were small, but you could see them in photographs. You can’t have acned skin and work as a model.”

― Jennifer Flavin

“I’ve had more acne as an adult than I had as a teenager. After weaning babies, my skin’s gone totally bonkers. I didn’t even know about dermatologists until I had weaned my first baby, and my skin was so damaged. It was just beyond. And then, I realized, there’s a whole doctor who can help you with this.”

― Jennifer Garner

“Beauty is only skin deep. I think what’s really important is finding a balance of mind, body and spirit.”

― Jennifer Lopez

“I just try to feel good in my own skin as much as I can.”

― Jennifer Love Hewitt

“Teenage years are all about crushes: crushes so deep you wanted to inhabit the other person, be inside their skin, see the world through their eyes.”

― Jenny Han

“I always see bridal as a cultural thing: you have to get under the skin to find out what is needed in that market. For instance, the Italians love plain dresses, and the Americans loved beaded ones.”

― Jenny Packham

“To understand the intensity of driving an F1 car, you have to be in it. When you’re driving a 750hp machine at 200mph, the noise and the vibrations are incredible. The G-force when you take big corners is like someone trying to rip your head off. You hit the brakes, and it feels as if the skin is being pulled off your body.”

― Jenson Button

“That Monaco crash was quite a big one – I pulled 33g when I hit the wall, which is a lot. It’s a weird sensation – like all my skin and flesh was being pulled off my bones.”

― Jenson Button

“It really should not matter which colour of skin a person has. I know where my roots are, and I know that I’ve been born and raised in Germany. I see myself as a German, and I like to show that.”

― Jerome Boateng

“I’m a fan of very, very expensive creams: Creme de la Mer, La Prairie Skin Caviar Luxe. I’m a huge fan. They work.”

― Jerry Hall

“This is the pain pacemaker. I’ve got a battery under my skin. From that battery are two electrodes that go into the spine where they cut bone away to accommodate it. Now I put on the power here. If I have the pain, the stimulator starts. It’s tingling, like when your foot falls asleep, you know?”

― Jerry Lewis

“When you reach my age, you understand that you are a player with skin in the game, no matter what game it is.”

― Jerry Weintraub

“Feeling comfortable in my own skin makes me feel confident.”

― Jess Glynne

“My skin was really bad. Roxanne Rizzo’s products were the first things that really cleared it up.”

― Jess Glynne

“People say that one of the most important things about being an actor is to have thick skin, but I don’t think that’s it. Because you can’t just walk around being tough, you have to be able to be vulnerable to do this. So really, it’s about not being defensive.”

― Jess Weixler

“So here we are today with a new conversation. When University of Georgia plays Georgia Tech, it’s uniform color versus skin color. We have – we’ve overcome that level of racial fear.”

― Jesse Jackson

“I can’t see any difference in government between Bush and Obama apart from the color of their skin.”

― Jesse Ventura

“This is a great country, and it’s a melting pot. People shouldn’t judge other people by the color of their skin, their church, or the area where they reside.”

― Jesse White

“I love being someone I’m not for a period of time. I love every minute of being in someone else’s skin.”

― Jessica Biel

“Korean skin care is about the daily and nightly routine, and I do it religiously.”

― Jessica Jung

“I think a perfect-color scarf really brings out your whole skin tone, lip color, and everything else.”

― Jessica Jung

“When I go out to the supermarket or when I’m feeling lazy, I just put a little bright lipstick or gloss, and it brightens the skin. It’s about enhancing what I have.”

― Jessica Jung

“As I get older, I’m more comfortable in my skin.”

― Jessica Lucas

“Honey is hydrating and antiseptic. It really clears your skin, and it’s moisturizing. You can use it every day if you want. It’s so gentle.”

― Jessica Pare

“Paint is the skin of a painting: it is fiction. In houses, it disguises the plumbing and wiring and studs and nails.”

― Jessica Stockholder

“I just think fashion is about enjoying yourself and being comfortable in your skin and allowing you to be you – all the way live.”

― Jill Scott

“I think there’s always the whole expectation that men can age and look fine, and girls have to be all conscious. But guys can also keep their skin intact.”

― Jillian Hervey

“My transformation represents more than what is just skin deep; it represents my motivation, drive, and willingness to constantly improve.”

― Jinder Mahal

“And the truth is I’ve always taken very good care of my skin, and always, always worn make-up.”

― Joan Collins

“I eat an avocado every day. It’s amazing for your skin. It’s one of the super-foods, and I’m just so into eating properly and healthily.”

― Joan Collins

“NASA space scientists have been studying giraffe skin so they can apply what they learn from it to the construction of spacesuits.”

― Joanna Lumley

“It’s not that anything has changed about me, and, it’s a cliche, but I think that as you get older, you learn to accept who you are, and you feel more comfortable in your own skin.”

― Joanne Froggatt

“I use mainly products by Dermalogica. They have specialized formulas to target specific skin needs, which I like. It works well for my sensitive skin.”

― Joanne Froggatt

“The condition of my skin changes often, depending on the season or if I’m traveling a lot.”

― Joanne Froggatt

“My skin doesn’t look as good when I’m not eating enough fruits and vegetables, so I try to eat plenty.”

― Joanne Froggatt

“We can see, so we are always blind to things deeper than skin.”

― Joe Chung

“I was performing skin grafts and became interested in why skin wouldn’t graft permanently.”

― Joe Murray

“I did my holy communion, and it was amazing how quickly the stories of the Bible and God and Jesus got under my skin.”

― Joel Edgerton

“I hate pork rinds. I couldn’t imagine how anybody would ever get the idea of taking skin from a pig and frying it and then trying to sell it to people. And then people actually buy it to eat it. That is the true sign of the decline of the human race.”

― Joel Kinnaman

“Have you seen these Japanese hospital droids, or humanoids, or whatever they call it? They’ve perfected the skin, and the skin looks so real. They have these motors between the eyes for when they smile. It’s just mind-blowing.”

― Joel Kinnaman

“Ajax is a multicultural club, and we have found that many talented immigrant players quit when they reach puberty. So we wanted to tackle this problem with someone from the same background who had come through it. And that was Edgar Davids. During one of our fights, I pointed that out to him. But it had nothing to do with his skin colour.”

― Johan Cruyff

“We see through the eyes of children that they’re not talking about race the way we grown folks are. They’re not talking about color or how much melanin is in someone’s skin.”

― John Boyega

“Khrushchev reminds me of the tiger hunter who has picked a place on the wall to hang the tiger’s skin long before he has caught the tiger. This tiger has other ideas.”

― John F. Kennedy

“I have pretty thick skin, and I think if you’re going to be in this business, if you’re going to be an actor or a writer, you better have a thick skin.”

― John Irving

“Nadal and Roger Federer have great respect for each other. I think Novak Djokovic gets under those two guys’ skin a little bit, and maybe they don’t want to admit it, and I think that’s, in a way, healthy.”

― John McEnroe

“Learn to know every man under you, get under his skin, know his faults. Then cater to him – with kindness or roughness as his case may demand.”

― John McGraw

“It is among the evils of slavery that it taints the very sources of moral principle. It establishes false estimates of virtue and vice: for what can be more false and heartless than this doctrine which makes the first and holiest rights of humanity to depend upon the color of the skin?”

― John Quincy Adams

“When you sit at your desk, if you’re lucky, there’s a moment when you feel empowered to be someone or something else, to leap into another skin.”

― John Updike

“I’m doing a film called ‘Black Mass’ where I play James Bulger. The reason to play him is obvious to me. He’s a fascinating character. It’s not like anything I’ve done before on that level. I’m very excited to slide into that skin for a little bit.”

― Johnny Depp

“Of course I was bullied and of course I was called names – my last name is Weir. That’s very, very close to ‘weird,’ or ‘queer’ and any of those words. But I’ve never been anyone to cry over spilled milk or be upset because kids don’t like me, or people don’t like me… It makes my skin stronger and thicker. And why cry? Your mascara runs.”

― Johnny Weir

“I was journaling in Florence, and I was like, ‘Oh, I have to come out of the closet. I have to break up with this guy’ – he was my ‘roommate.’ So that was my awakening moment, when I stepped into my own skin while in a foreign country by myself and had a very stereotypical moment of revelation.”

― Jonathan Groff

“The perfect way for an angler who loves to cook to show off his fish is serving it whole, fresh off the grill, with crispy skin and moist flesh. Problem is, that’s not usually how it happens.”

― Jonathan Miles

“You go through your 20s sort of like a chrysalis in many ways, stretching into your own skin and trying to bust out of a cocoon.”

― Jonathan Rhys Meyers

“Blotting pads are great in case you get sweaty or oily. But don’t rub. It’s a slow, methodical blot: set the pad on your skin and let it absorb, then move it to the next location.”

― Jonathan Van Ness

“Since I have psoriasis, I buy anything that feels good against my skin. I tend to wear really, really soft hoodies by the brand Velvet. Even if I don’t have a flare-up, I’m still like: Oh. My. God. This nice thing feels so good.”

― Jonathan Van Ness

“I’ve worked at a Game Stop and had my service turned down before because of the color of my skin. And it’s a shame.”

― Jordan Fisher

“When you cook a sausage, the skin sometimes breaks and the ground meat comes apart.”

― Jose Andres

“A lot of my pieces are about easy seductiveness and accessibility in terms of showing skin.”

― Joseph Altuzarra

“I was performing skin grafts and became interested in why skin wouldn’t graft permanently.”

― Joseph Murray

“The slow rejection of the foreign skin grafts fascinated me. How could the host distinguish another person’s skin from his own?”

― Joseph Murray

“I distinguish sentiment from sentimentality. Sentimentality makes your skin crawl. It’s like too much sugar. But, sentiment is a great feeling.”

― Josh Radnor

“I have a very thick skin altogether – surprisingly, many actors are rather fragile, but I get that of the 10 million people watching an episode, probably 3 million hate me, and I’m comfortable with that.”

― Joshua Malina

“I think with age you get wiser and understand the importance of taking care of your skin. I think you’re also more aware of your mortality.”

― Josie Bissett

“I like an occasional glass of wine, though I don’t drink before a shoot or a show – blotchy skin is not a good idea, however good your make-up artist.”

― Jourdan Dunn

“An African woman carries heavy loads anyway. That’s how we are trained; we are brought up that nothing is unbearable. I use that now, positively. I use that now to have the thick skin that I have, and not fear, and move forward, and push; and push forward.”

― Joyce Banda

“It’s heavy, but I am able to carry it. Why? Because I’m an African woman. An African woman carries heavy loads anyway. That’s how we are trained; we are brought up that nothing is unbearable. I use that now, positively. I use that now to have the thick skin that I have, and not fear, and move forward, and push; and push forward.”

― Joyce Banda

“The color of somebody’s skin or the way he wears his hair or clothes has nothing to do with anything.”

― Judge Mills Lane

“The truth is I’ve always taken very good care of my skin and always, always worn make-up.”

― Judy Parfitt

“I’m trying to get under people’s skin in a way. I don’t like films that go in one ear and out the other.”

― Julia Leigh

“The body is a great machine, and it knows how to take care of itself. I think more often than not the things we do to our skin or our bodies can hold it back from doing its proper job.”

― Julia Roberts

“Believers are right when they say that to understand a religion properly you need to get under its skin. But to understand it fully, you cannot stay there: you have to take a more objective view, too.”

― Julian Baggini

“My mother was from Scotland and had very fair skin… she wouldn’t allow us to go in the sun.”

― Julianne Moore

“My mum gave me pretty good genes in that department. She had gorgeous skin. That good English complexion. She never seemed to have a blemish that I knew of.”

― Julie Andrews

“There are technical tricks that may help you create more effective characters. My approach to characterization is not at all technical. I can’t really analyze how I do it, but I am sure of one thing. To write convincing characters, you must possess the ability to think yourself into someone else’s skin.”

― Juliet Marillier

“There’s something about driving through Texas, and it’s hot, your skin is sticking to you. The environment affects your attitude and your swagger.”

― Jurnee Smollett-Bell

“I have such thin skin, so I make a concerted effort to avoid reading anything about myself.”

― Justin Long

“When I’m in sneakers, it changes my body carriage. I feel more in my own skin.”

― Justin Peck

“Being a brown girl, I like to wear colors that are similar to my skin tone, so I wear a lot of dark colors – never anything that’s too bright.”

― Justine Skye

“I can understand going for Botox at 45-50, when you want to keep things in place. But I don’t understand 25 year olds going for Botox or under the knife. You don’t require it. Your skin is fresh, young. Why would you do that to yourself?”

― Kajol

“The country has double standards – it’s obsessed with fair skin on one hand, but if the woman is white, she is expected to be loose-moraled.”

― Kalki Koechlin

“As a teenager, I was very awkward in my skin. I was never in the cool gang. I had braces and was quite the geek as well as a tomboy.”

― Kalki Koechlin

“I am very comfortable in my own skin.”

― Karen Carney

“If we see a sad rain, it doesn’t mean the rain is sad, but it means we see it. That’s an easily dismissible kind of projection. But what I’m struggling to say, is that we take that rain in through our own hearts and emotions and senses and skin, and all those filters have an impact.”

― Karen Joy Fowler

“You have to grow thick skin and that only comes with time and learning.”

― Karlie Kloss

“I wash my face, steam it, and put on a mask right after because the steam opens up your pores. I put the mask on for ten minutes, wash it off, and then melt an ice cube all over my face because that tightens your pores. Then if it’s nighttime, I do a night cream or serum or an oil, something to keep your skin moisturized.”

― Karrueche Tran

“I see a lot of girls whose concealer is way too light, or their foundation is way too dark, or I can see when their neck and face color don’t match. I think it’s very important to find the right foundation and concealers and the right brands that really complement your skin.”

― Karrueche Tran

“There’s a common misconception that you don’t need SPF during the grey winter months, but it’s so important to protect skin from UVA/UVB rays year-round.”

― Kat Graham

“It’s so important to get your skin to look even, whether it’s with a MAC Cosmetics glow, a Laura Mercier tinted moisturizer, or even just a solid foundation. Start off with a good prep and a good primer.”

― Kat Graham

“I remember the moment I first became aware of aging. I was 30. I looked down at my knees, and the skin above them had become a little loose. And I thought, ‘And so it begins!’”

― Kate Christensen

“I don’t sleep enough, and it does… what is the opposite of wonders… horrors. It does horrors for my skin.”

― Kate McKinnon

“I definitely feel more comfortable in my own skin since turning 40.”

― Kate Moss

“I remember taking my makeup off at a Saint Laurent shoot, and I was dragging it across my eye. The makeup artist was like, ‘Don’t do that to your skin! Don’t pull it like that!’ And I’m like, ‘Really?’”

― Kate Moss

“My biggest advice for girls – and this is something that I wish I could have known when I was younger – is to have thick skin. It’s something that you definitely develop when you get older, but when I first started, I was so obsessed with pleasing everybody. I wanted everybody to like me and to like my songs.”

― Kate Voegele

“Redheads were particularly persecuted during the European witch trials of the fifteenth, sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. The colour was associated with the devil, and the pale skin which most redheads have was thought unnatural and deathly.”

― Kate Williams

“I know the true meaning of getting by by the skin of my teeth; I do. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve got money or you haven’t, whether you’re famous or not. This is the case for all women, actually; you have to carry on. You always have to carry on. And you can, because you have to.”

― Kate Winslet

“I’m really happy in my own skin.”

― Kate Winslet

“I agree with my mother that having children removes a layer of skin that you never grow back.”

― Katherine Kelly

“I always tried to fit in, so I was a cheerleader with the orange skin and white-blonde hair, and Hooters was part of that.”

― Katherine Ryan

“As a teenager, skincare is about putting no oil on your skin because you don’t want any blemishes, and then in your thirties, you’re putting as much oil as it can take to avoid wrinkles!”

― Katie Holmes

“I am really terrible when it comes to guys. Inside, I just see myself as this overweight tomboy with funny-coloured hair and bad skin.”

― Katie McGrath

“The Tea Party was regularly smeared in media as a violent, bigoted, ‘astroturf’ movement hellbent on opposing the first black president because of his skin color rather than his big-government policies. These classifications were made without evidence, and there were many more.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Stained glass is unique from the outside, but as a painting insider, I know that oil painting’s all about light. And it’s about the depiction of light, the way that it bounces off different types of skin, different landscapes. The mastery of that light is the obsession of most of my painter friends.”

― Kehinde Wiley

“I taught myself to paint African-Americans, mostly people roughly my skin tone.”

― Kehinde Wiley

“Could people be trained to be less gullible? Or are you as stuck with gullibility as you are with skin colour?”

― Keith Henson

“I’m not talking ideas, or even presentation. It’s like in politics: You have to sell something to become an electric player – like your skin or your heart.”

― Keith Jarrett

“I love being brown, so I love using Guerlain Terracotta Bronzing Powder. I use it everywhere: my forehead, my cheekbones, a little bit by my chin. It gives me a golden balance that I really like. I also use the Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector for my highlighter right underneath my eye. It’s a pretty color – it’s not too much and not too little.”

― Keke Palmer

“Soccer fans spend almost as much time outdoors as we do! Whether you’re heading out onto the field for practice or cheering from the sidelines, throw a broad spectrum sunscreen into your bag to help protect your skin from the sun.”

― Kelley O’Hara

“It makes my skin crawl to think about the violent ways snakes, lizards, alligators and other exotic creatures are raised and killed for boots, bags and belts.”

― Kelly Brook

“I go for regular facials. But I think the secret of great skin is to keep it as clean as possible, so I go without make-up on my days off.”

― Kelly Brook

“The more normal it gets for people to see people of a gender or skin tone they wouldn’t expect in jobs that they wouldn’t expect, or speaking a way they wouldn’t expect them to, the more it cultivates a sense that we share more than separates us.”

― Kelly McCreary

“It’s funny that all these goths paint their faces with such white make-up and that is the actual colour of my skin, I am that pale!”

― Kelly Osbourne

“I remember I went through a period where I didn’t embrace my ‘chocolatiness.’ I don’t know if that’s a word, but I didn’t embrace my chocolate lifestyle. Just being a chocolate, lovely brown skin girl and being proud of that.”

― Kelly Rowland

“Always wash your face before you go to bed – skin care is key.”

― Kelsea Ballerini

“I don’t want to scar people with my baby flab. I have this extra skin that’s hanging. I’m in shape, but my skin, from having a baby, is not cute, hanging off of my baby.”

― Kendra Wilkinson

“Long ago, I had to sort of learn to have a thick skin to read some of the things you read in the papers and to also keep my ego in check when you read some really flattering things in the papers.”

― Kenneth C. Griffin

“After a shower, I slather my limbs with coconut oil or rose oil and pat dry. I use a dry brush to exfoliate several times a week to keep my skin smooth.”

― Kenza Fourati

“I don’t have time for any special skin routines. Many a night I go to bed with the gloppy mascara and all.”

― Keri Russell

“The lighter the skin, the more acceptable you are. The darker the skin, the more marginalised you become. I want to demonstrate that you can produce beauty in the context of a figure that has that kind of velvety blackness. It can be done.”

― Kerry James Marshall

“If my skin is feeling a little dry, I use La Mer face cream. I also love their Eye Concentrate. It goes on with this little metal ball thing that’s very refreshing.”

― Keshia Knight Pulliam

“I love Dior products. They have this Capture Totale One Essential Skin Boosting Super Serum that gives you fresh, glowing, dewy skin.”

― Keshia Knight Pulliam

“We carved it in stone: no matter the place of your birth or the hue of your skin, you can live in California in safety, dignity, and, yes, sanctuary.”

― Kevin de Leon

“We were taught in school, and I was taught at home and in church, that blacks and whites were equal and we should not discriminate based on skin color, even if my school was almost entirely white.”

― Kevin DeYoung

“My skin is 24 karat gold when a sun hit it.”

― Kevin Gates

“I have moles and freckles, and they irritate me. They are an insecurity of mine, and I wish I could have clear, beautiful skin.”

― Khloe Kardashian

“Even though I was very young, it was traumatizing seeing someone try weird things on their skin all for the sake of being lighter. It’s as common as relaxing your hair or maybe even brushing your teeth. I had friends not wanting to do it, but their moms gave them creams to help lighten their skin. That’s how accessible it is.”

― Khoudia Diop

“I grew up in Senegal, where more than 50 percent of the women bleach their skin, and skin bleaching is a huge deal. I grew up seeing my cousins and my aunts using it.”

― Khoudia Diop

“My skin is dark and glows. It almost seems blue, and it’s supersoft.”

― Khoudia Diop

“I was teased a lot, growing up, because of my skin tone.”

― Khoudia Diop

“I wanted to bleach my skin so bad, but my sister always discouraged me. She’d say, ‘This is a bad thing. Don’t try it.’”

― Khoudia Diop

“I was so ashamed of it that I would spend hours in the shower crying and trying to wash my skin off.”

― Khoudia Diop

“When I was younger, I didn’t have any inspiration to like the skin I was in.”

― Khoudia Diop

“In my family, only my brother has a similar skin color. But in Senegal, the color is common.”

― Khoudia Diop

“One of the reasons I write is to be in other people’s skin.”

― Kimberly Willis Holt

“The fellow that agrees with everything you say is either a fool or he is getting ready to skin you.”

― Kin Hubbard

“I have a braided metal wire going down the middle of my chest underneath my skin. I saw it on an X-ray of it; it looks like a piece of jewelry.”

― King Diamond

“I use a water-based cleanser for sensitive skin on a daily basis. This is essential, since I have oily skin.”

― Kirti Kulhari

“I always use a night eye cream along with a moisturiser for the face depending on the condition of my skin.”

― Kirti Kulhari

“My make-up routine starts with a primer on clean skin, which gives the face a nice smooth glow.”

― Kirti Kulhari

“I think having naturally beautiful skin and hair and just glowing from within, that’s my idea of beautiful.”

― Kirti Kulhari

“I love aloe vera, and I apply a lot of fruit and vegetable pulp as masks on my skin – fresh tomatoes, banana, avocado – anything that is around me.”

― Kirti Kulhari

“I love African American women, but I just don’t like my skin complexion.”

― Kodak Black

“I’m comfortable in general – not just comfortable as an artist, but in my skin.”

― Kodie Shane

“A thick skin is a gift from God.”

― Konrad Adenauer

“Being happy in your skin that’s what it’s all about.”

― Koo Stark

“I’m strong enough and have a pretty thick skin, but when people go after my kids, I just hit block-delete, block-delete. It’s my mantra.”

― Kris Jenner

“I make sure that, every morning, my skin is really well moisturised. I use my sunscreen; I make sure I wash my face at least once during the day. I try not to overdo it, just so if there’s any dust on my face, it doesn’t settle into my pores.”

― Kriti Kharbanda

“I try to drink a lot of water and always moisturize. When my skin gets cranky, I use Proactiv to keep it clear. That stuff really works.”

― Krysten Ritter

“I wish I had tougher skin, but I don’t.”

― Kurt Sutter

“I’ve always wanted to make people feel better or feel alright or feel comfortable or not threatened and feel OK in their own skin.”

― Kyle

“Makeup looks better if your skin is not dry. And sometimes, if my skin peels, then it’s all just bad. Basically, take care of your skin to make your makeup look nice.”

― Kylie Jenner

“I can’t have brown hair for some reason. I don’t think it goes with my skin tone. The second I see it turn brown in the sun, I dye it black – the blacker the better.”

― Kylie Jenner

“I love Armani Face Fabric, Make Up For Ever HD, Rodial Skin Tint and Charlotte Tilbury.”

― Kylie Jenner

“I find the female tragedy of insecurity to be hilarious. We get obsessed over issues like the tiny skin tags on our backs or that we’re fat. You read one line in a magazine and it sends you into a tailspin.”

― Lake Bell

“Skin cancer became personal to my family when my father was diagnosed with basal cell carcinoma.”

― Landon Donovan

“I’ve had Irish skin from the time I was a young girl.”

― Lara Flynn Boyle

“When it’s colder, your skin needs more attention.”

― Lara Stone

“My mom didn’t use face cream, like, nothing at all. She’s got great skin and looks very youthful.”

― Lara Stone

“I used to love the feeling of running, of running too far. It made my skin tingle.”

― Larry Bird

“If people don’t like your act, it feels a little bit more like they don’t like you as opposed to they didn’t like that character… It’s weird because on one hand, we make our living from being permeable and vulnerable, but we also have to have very thick skin.”

― Laura Benanti

“I always wear bronzer because I love the way my skin looks when it’s tan.”

― Lauren Conrad

“If you want to train hard enough to go to the Olympics, then you’re going to go out, and you’re going to do it. It doesn’t matter what skin color or who you are.”

― Laurie Hernandez

“If you get into Scientology, you will go to auditing. It’s like therapy except that there is an E-meter between you and your auditor. That’s a device that actually measures your galvanic skin responses. It’s two metal cans that you hold. They used to be Campbell’s Soup cans with the label scraped off.”

― Lawrence Wright

“Nothing’s worse than oily skin.”

― Leandra Medine

“I know who I am and I’ve always been comfortable in my own skin.”

― Ledisi

“My father has fair skin, and my mother is dark, and I’m kind of cafe au lait.”

― Lela Rochon

“I’m a good skin, natural makeup kind of gal.”

― Lela Rose

“Touch seems to be such an important tool for enhancing social cooperation and affiliation that we have evolved a special physical route along which those subliminal feelings of social connection travel from skin to brain.”

― Leonard Mlodinow

“I’d never want to go back to being in my twenties or thirties. I was lost and confused and uncomfortable in my own skin.”

― Leslie Mann

“There’s something not right with a person’s soul when they judge another human being to be less adequate because of their gender or skin color.”

― Lexi Alexander

“We used tea towels for gloves until we got proper ones and were always breaking our mum’s ornaments. She’d come home and find us all sat in our boxer shorts, out of breath and our skin red raw. She hated it.”

― Liam Smith

“I decided to make one of the most controversial songs that I could. I want to get under people’s skin.”

― Lil B

“I use an acne cleanser. I’ve always had that St. Ives apricot scrub. But I have bad skin sometimes.”

― Lili Reinhart

“I love to apply my foundation with BeautyBlenders – I just think it gives the most natural kind of glow, but I’ve learned from being on set that you should use a damp BeautyBlender but that you should dampen it with rosewater. It just kind of brings your skin to life a little bit more.”

― Lili Reinhart

“When my skin is breaking out pretty bad, I try to leave it alone as much as I can. I don’t want to pack on product after product, I think that makes it worse and kind of overwhelms your skin.”

― Lili Reinhart

“I always take working out seriously, but before a shoot I do extra sit ups and squats. I also eat more vegetables and drink a ton of water, because it really helps my skin glow.”

― Lily Aldridge

“People do make assumptions about models. That’s their issue, not mine. It doesn’t bother me because I’m comfortable enough in my own skin – I know who I am.”

― Lily Cole

“I love getting oxygen facials because I travel a lot. My skin gets pretty dry with all the airplanes.”

― Lily Collins

“Being able to feel free and comfortable in your character’s skin is so important.”

― Lily-Rose Depp

“There’s so much plastic in this culture that vinyl leopard skin is becoming an endangered synthetic.”

― Lily Tomlin

“Bruce was famous, but not ‘Elvis famous.’ He was confident and lighthearted. Comfortable in his own skin. Or so it seemed.”

― Linda Thompson

“I use acting to get away from myself and to live in someone else’s skin, and I do singing to get inside my own skin. I need them both for my emotional health.”

― Lindsey Haun

“I don’t believe in putting petroleum or preservatives on my skin. Over time, you kind of just want to go back to basics.”

― Lindsey Wixson

“For my beauty routine, it’s kind of complicated. It’s not easy at all. I like being natural, but natural is not really natural. To be natural, you need to have really good skin. This is really important.”

― Liu Wen

“Everyone looks to an artist for something more than just the music, and that message of being comfortable in my own skin is number one for me.”

― Lizzo

“I have sensitive, acne-prone, stress-me-out skin.”

― Logan Browning

“I have really acne-prone skin, and unfortunately, my job requires a lot of makeup, so when I’m not working, I do my best to let my skin breathe.”

― Logan Browning

“I know what it’s like to be denied opportunity based on the nature of your skin.”

― Lori Lightfoot

“I’m very good about taking care of my skin and keeping up with facials. I’m a big believer in always taking care of your skin.”

― Lori Loughlin

“I was jumping out of my skin. It was horrible. I was all over the place, because I’d never been in front of a live audience. That’s a whole other element in the play, the audience.”

― Lorraine Bracco

“I realised that a lot of women felt the same way I did – they didn’t want to wear heavy make-up, but, for whatever reason, there were elements in their skin they want to smooth out or cover.”

― Louise Nurding

“In cyberspace, people with different skin colors, nationalities, cultures and languages should be equally entitled to participation, free speech and development. We should abandon prejudices, respect differences, and be tolerant and open.”

― Lu Wei

“Painting is sometimes like those recipes where you do all manner of elaborate things to a duck, and then end up putting it on one side and only using the skin.”

― Lucian Freud

“My skin’s rather difficult to fix, and I’m incredibly sensitive.”

― Lucy Boynton

“My skin gets really dry and stressed from all the traveling I do, so I’ve had to find reliable products to help that.”

― Lucy Boynton

“Reinforced concrete buildings are by nature skeletal buildings. No noodles nor armoured turrets. A construction of girders that carry the weight, and walls that carry no weight. That is to say, buildings consisting of skin and bones.”

― Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

“I’ve been booed in Holland and in Uruguay – as a professional footballer, you need to have thick skin and just get used to it.”

― Luis Suarez

“There’s an authenticity in just being who you are and not having an act about it or wear clothes you normally wouldn’t wear. I’m just comfortable in my own skin.”

― Luke Combs

“I have a bony face – I feel like my skin’s been stretched over my skull.”

― Luke Goss

“I am always keen to discover something new, but my advice is always to exfoliate. Get rid of those dead, dry cells; then the new skin is ready for moisturising, and you find your inner dewy, youthful glow. It’s in there somewhere.”

― Lulu

“Because I’ve been around forever and ever, like wallpaper, people ask me for secrets… it’s the same with my skin care range; that’s out of necessity. As soon as I saw the first signs, I bought everything in the market.”

― Lulu

“I grew up in Beijing and Beijing roast duck is my favorite. My mom makes it every year for Christmas Eve. How crispy the skin is is how good a duck restaurant is.”

― Lulu Wang

“Growing up, I had really bad skin. I had a skin disorder. Yes, I did. And my mother went to great lengths to try to find something to remedy it. I remember she took a trip to Madagascar and came back with all these alternative, medicinal herbs and stuff. They didn’t smell so good, but I think they worked some magic.”

― Lupita Nyong’o

“I didn’t love my hair when I was a child. It was lighter than my skin, which made me not love it so much. I was really kind of envious of girls with thicker, longer, more lush hair.”

― Lupita Nyong’o

“Being able to live without having to be defined by your skin color is the hallmark of privilege.”

― Luvvie Ajayi

“I love to see women who are comfortable in their skin and dress to suit their body – that looks fabulous because it’s authentic.”

― L’Wren Scott

“Body concentrates order. It continuously self-repairs. Every five days you get a new stomach lining. You get a new liver every two months. Your skin replaces itself every six weeks. Every year, 98 percent of the atoms of your body are replaced. This non-stop chemical replacement, metabolism, is a sure sign of life.”

― Lynn Margulis

“The main part of the house is a deep red and I have butterscotch carpet. And I have a bathroom with leopard skin floor, wallpaper and toilet.”

― Macy Gray

“I don’t like looking like a crazy person in my seat with a mask on, so I go into the airplane bathroom, put it on for a minute, and then I’ll wash it off. Once I’m out of the bathroom, nobody even knows I did the mask, but my skin does!”

― Madelaine Petsch

“My skin really reacts to stress.”

― Madelaine Petsch

“I start off by cleansing with the Biore Baking Soda Acne Cleansing Foam. I’ve tried so many different acne products and what I love about this one is it’s very gentle and won’t dry your skin out, all while keeping acne in check.”

― Madelaine Petsch

“When I’m not on set, I’m either fresh-faced to give my skin some breathing time, or if I’m going out, I prefer more of a nude palette, usually a mauve lip and some light brown eyeshadow!”

― Madelaine Petsch

“I’m obsessed with make-up, but my top tip doesn’t actually involve any products. Beauty starts with glowing skin, and the way to ruin it is with dirty, clogged make-up brushes.”

― Madison Beer

“I stopped using make up wipes, and it made my skin so much better. They messed up my skin big time.”

― Madison Beer

“I think Chrissy Teigen takes great care of her skin. And so does Hailey Baldwin. They don’t wear a ton of makeup. It’s nice to be confident without it. I admire that.”

― Madison Beer

“I take off my makeup with coconut oil some nights. It sounds like it would clog your pores, but I swear it’s saved my skin.”

― Madison Beer

“I think a lot of people have a problem with the fact that I’ve adopted an African child, a child who has a different color skin than I do.”

― Madonna Ciccone

“I also take vitamins because I think when you take care of yourself on the inside it makes a big difference in your skin.”

― Magdalena Frackowiak

“Baby, black promoters oppressed me before white promoters ever got hold of me. Don’t talk skin to me.”

― Mahalia Jackson

“Before acting took off, I was a professional kiteboarder training for the world circuit; with a sporting activity, you have to be determined, and it taught me to have a thick skin, which came in use after going to so many auditions and being told ‘no.’”

― Maika Monroe

“There should be no discrimination against languages people speak, skin color, or religion.”

― Malala Yousafzai

“My wife has an all-natural skin and hair product company. I use all of her products for my beard. She has a beard oil and a beard wash. So that is what I use.”

― Malcolm Jenkins

“I have never been a Marilyn Monroe wannabe. I have always been happy in my own skin!”

― Mamie Van Doren

“I have had an experience which might perhaps be described as being shot down. At the same time, I call shot down only when one falls down. Today I got into trouble but I escaped with a whole skin.”

― Manfred von Richthofen

“The Black skin is not a badge of shame, but rather a glorious symbol of national greatness.”

― Marcus Garvey

“The first job of a storyteller is to make the reader feel the story, to get the reader to live in the skin of the character.”

― Marcus Sakey

“On my skin for the winter, I like Hydracid C20 cream by SVR.”

― Margherita Missoni

“I first wrote about Michael Jackson in the 1980s. His skin was growing paler, his features thinner, and his aura more feminine. Some called him a traitor to his race. Some fussed about his gender fluidity. I saw him as a post-modern shape-shifter. But the shifts grew more extreme and mysterious.”

― Margo Jefferson

“None of us is responsible for the complexion of his skin. This fact of nature offers no clue to the character or quality of the person underneath.”

― Marian Anderson

“I do take care of myself; I get my nails done, and I have a skin doctor, but that’s it. I’m clean and groomed.”

― Marianne Faithfull

“Sixties models knew nothing about skin care.”

― Marie Helvin

“Not having alcohol has kept the weight off around my waist; my skin feels so much better, and I am sleeping really well.”

― Marie Helvin

“The only thing I can’t change is the elasticity of my skin.”

― Marie Helvin

“Surgery is not going to improve your skin – all it’s going to do is make you look tighter, like Joan Rivers!”

― Marie Helvin

“I’ve never met a size zero person. Is Paris Hilton a size zero? I’ve met her. She looked very thin, but she looked very healthy. She had beautiful skin.”

― Marie Helvin

“Most English people are horrified that I use soap, but I like it – it works for my skin. I try different soaps all the time, but I use very mild ones.”

― Marie Helvin

“When you get older, your skin tone changes; your hair probably changes colour, whether you dye it or not, and you just can’t wear the colours you used to like anymore.”

― Marie Helvin

“Only those with skin as thick as elephant hide can hope to sail through their teens unscathed by self-doubt and bouts of depression.”

― Mariella Frostrup

“I notice if I’m too fat or if I’m too ugly or there’s skin hanging or whatever. When my clothes start not fitting, I get really self-conscious about what I eat.”

― Marina Abramovic

“Buildings in modern cities have lost their metaphoric aspect. Much contemporary architecture is very fragmented and busy on the outside. It’s like a skin or a skull, but you don’t know what’s inside.”

― Mario Botta

“Be comfortable in your own skin. Comfort and discomfort are contagious.”

― Mark Goulston

“When Ozzie Virgil became the first Dominican player in the majors, his nationality was barely noticed. What the press and fans talked about was his skin color. He was the first black player on the Detroit Tigers, and a great deal of attention was paid to him as someone who crossed the color line.”

― Mark Kurlansky

“I have sensitive skin, so I don’t use regular razors. The Yankees make us stay cleanly shaven!”

― Mark Teixeira

“The finest clothing made is a person’s own skin, but, of course, society demands something more than this.”

― Mark Twain

“What is the difference between a taxidermist and a tax collector? The taxidermist takes only your skin.”

― Mark Twain

“The American free enterprise system is the greatest tool to lift people out of poverty ever created in human history and when applied properly, does not discriminate by race, religion, or skin color.”

― Markwayne Mullin

“I’ve got Democratic skin, but a Republican pocket.”

― Marlon Wayans

“My approach in general is to take really great care of my skin, but I try not to overdo it and not use too many crazy products.”

― Mary Helen Bowers

“A few times a week, I’ll put on La Roche-Posay’s Active C Facial Moisturizer. That’s probably my favorite cream. It clears up my skin a bit and provides more of an anti-wrinkle element.”

― Mary Helen Bowers

“I do love my avocados, which are great for the skin. I eat pretty healthfully.”

― Mary-Louise Parker

“There are no worse cliches than southern cliches. They make my skin crawl.”

― Mary Steenburgen

“Many people say that recovery from an aneurysm is like having a layer of skin ripped off – your experience of life is more intense.”

― Maryam D’Abo

“In common with many who have a brain injury, I initially lost my confidence and felt very vulnerable, as if a protective layer of skin had been stripped away.”

― Maryam D’Abo

“I don’t care if it’s a dollar or two dollars. If I’m governor, people should have skin in the game.”

― Matt Bevin

“I would say confidence and security and comfortability in one’s own skin. I think that’s so attractive. Truly.”

― Matt Bomer

“In ‘Futurama,’ the skin color is no longer yellow. They have actually evolved to cartoon skin tone. But they still have four fingers.”

― Matt Groening

“Unfortunately, we’re in a profession, and if you’ve got thin skin, you’re not going to last very long. So you take the good with the bad.”

― Matt LaFleur

“I think it doesn’t matter, the color of your skin; it doesn’t matter where you are from. It matters how you relate to people, how you connect with people, and the open-mindedness with which you approach the subject. That’s to me what matters when you are making a film, not who you are or where you are from.”

― Matthew Heineman

“Rejection happens, and you have to have a thick skin about it, which is hard. You can’t be overly sensitive about people not picking you.”

― Maura Tierney

“Become a worry-slapper. Treat frets like mosquitoes. Do you procrastinate when a bloodsucking bug lights on your skin? ‘I’ll take care of it in a moment.’ Of course you don’t! You give the critter the slap it deserves. Be equally decisive with anxiety.”

― Max Lucado

“First of all, the skin is the largest organ in the body, so if you’re going to eat well for your heart or for your kidneys or for your liver, then, pretty much, that will help your skin as well.”

― Maye Musk

“I have to avoid sweet food because it’s my weakness, and it’s really hard. What you eat will definitely affect your skin, so I really try to stay away from sweets.”

― Maye Musk

“I use bath gloves in the shower every day. People often comment on my skin and I just tell them that I use bath gloves.”

― Meagan Good

“I think so much of what we learn when we get older is being comfortable in our own skin and learning what looks good, and not being so trend-centric.”

― Meghan Markle

“I love Nars blush in Orgasm. I use it on and off camera because it gives you a nice glow from within. My favorite mascara is Diorshow Iconic, and then I love the Make Up For Ever HD Powder. It lets your skin look shiny and fresh, but not greasy-shiny.”

― Meghan Markle

“Nivea Firming Body Lotion. When it goes on sale, I buy it in bulk. I am obsessed with it and how it makes my skin look and feel.”

― Meghan Markle

“Every human being has hundreds of separate people living under his skin. The talent of a writer is his ability to give them their separate names, identities, personalities and have them relate to other characters living with him.”

― Mel Brooks

“I don’t do any microdermabrasion or any type of injections in my skin because I think that’s really just temporary. And if the nerve system is damaged… I know some women who thought they would look much more beautiful if they had something done, and then their lives were destroyed because of that.”

― Melania Trump

“Early in my modeling career, when I was a teenager, I really took care of my skin. I didn’t get too much sun exposure, and I moisturized.”

― Melania Trump

“When I started, I was very unsure of who I was. There were a lot of things in the songs that I didn’t realize I was saying. But more and more, it fell into place… I got more comfortable in my skin.”

― Melanie Martinez

“When I have kids, when I have a family and nieces and nephews, I’m gonna teach them to love more and be kinder and to not judge someone by the colour of their skin or any other thing.”

― Melonie Diaz

“I’m very comfortable in my own skin.”

― Memphis Depay

“With skin and beauty, it always starts from within. So I try to eat very healthy.”

― Mia Goth

“To keep your skin looking healthy and young, wear a hat.”

― Mia Sara

“Skin is made in large measure of a protein called collagen.”

― Michael Behe

“I have a skin disorder that destroys the pigmentation of my skin, it’s something that I cannot help, OK?”

― Michael Jackson

“I wrote a poem on my leg once, on the skin.”

― Michael Madsen

“To succeed in big-city politics requires a powerful, motivating vision of a better world, a plan to get there, a willingness to meet constituents on their terms, and a tough political skin.”

― Michael Nutter

“I don’t think I’ve got a thick skin, but I’ve not felt particularly humiliated by the things which people think I would have felt humiliated by, such as losing my seat in 1997 and not being elected leader in 2001. In the second case, I felt relieved.”

― Michael Portillo

“I’m not afraid to tell the world who I am. I’m Michael Sam: I’m a college graduate. I’m African American, and I’m gay. I’m comfortable in my skin.”

― Michael Sam

“’Meat’ is a vague term and can be used to refer to many parts of an animal, including internal organs and skin. For the most part, the meat we eat consists of muscle tissue taken from farm animals, whether it’s a sirloin steak, which is cut from the rear of a cow, or a pork chop, taken from flesh near the spine of a pig.”

― Michael Specter

“Being fetishized because of my skin? I’ve definitely encountered that wall of people.”

― Michaela Coel

“If someone’s a cartoon villain, you can dismiss them, but if they behave despicably but you kind of like them, they really get under your skin.”

― Michel Faber

“Carving is easy, you just go down to the skin and stop.”

― Michelangelo

“What spirit is so empty and blind, that it cannot recognize the fact that the foot is more noble than the shoe, and skin more beautiful than the garment with which it is clothed?”

― Michelangelo

“I’m just more comfortable in my own skin now.”

― Michelle Branch

“I really believe in less is more in terms of makeup. I try not to wear too much foundation. I like to see my skin coming through. I like to see my freckles. I just think that’s the most youthful look.”

― Michelle Monaghan

“That’s the beauty about beauty; it’s not like a tattoo. You can just wash it right off, and your skin is your canvas, so you can do something new the next day.”

― Michelle Phan

“As an actor, you can’t just imitate someone. You have to get under her skin.”

― Michelle Yeoh

“Already from your own cells scientists can grow skin, cartilage, noses, blood vessels, bladders and windpipes. In the future, scientists will grow more complex organs, like livers and kidneys. The phrase ‘organ failure’ will disappear.”

― Michio Kaku

“Ezra Klein gets under my skin. He seems to spout the party line.”

― Mickey Kaus

“When you live in the Philippines or a country like that, you develop something of a very thick skin because you’re confronted every day with all of the problems all around you.”

― Miguel Syjuco

“It’s nice when you are with a guy who can find the humor in touch situations and be comfortable enough in his own skin that he can laugh at himself.”

― Mikaela Hoover

“The harsh cold and windburn from hours of skiing does a lot of damage to my skin, so I try to keep my skin as moisturized as possible.”

― Mikaela Shiffrin

“I cannot imagine what it must feel like to be treated differently because of the color of my skin.”

― Mike Gallagher

“I was trying to maintain a facade of infallibility, which is exhausting. Like, I used to wear tons of makeup because I had bad skin. I couldn’t go out in public without makeup on.”

― Mike Posner

“People would probably say my mom raised very confident children, but it comes from a place of being comfortable in your own skin.”

― Miles Teller

“Guacamole is really healthy. It’s really good for your skin.”

― Millie Bobby Brown

“People assume because I have a very thick skin that I don’t have feelings. I don’t, for the most part. But occasionally, I’m capable of great acts of charity. I tend to do it quietly.”

― Milo Yiannopoulos

“I have a thick skin, which comes from being a not-really-skinny, dark-skinned Indian woman. I haven’t fit in every place, and so I’m kind of used to resistance.”

― Mindy Kaling

“I’m confident – confident in my skin, and I’m cool with my flaws and all that stuff.”

― Minka Kelly

“I think the most attractive thing for me when I meet a guy is confidence and him being comfortable in his own skin. I like someone who doesn’t need approval or validation.”

― Minka Kelly

“Making films is about having absolute and foolish confidence; the challenge for all of us is to have the heart of a poet and the skin of an elephant.”

― Mira Nair

“I don’t think boldness should be associated with showing off skin. It’s not the basis of boldness.”

― Mira Nair

“I have a fantastic method for anti-ageing. It’s eating. Plumps out your skin beautifully.”

― Miranda Hart

“Skin is not only an envelope protecting the inner body, or a membrane that allows exchange between exterior and interior of the body. It also serves as a mingling point between the outer world and inner self, and between body and soul.”

― Miru Kim

“That something that I fought so hard for throughout the beginning of my career is I didn’t want to pancake my skin a lighter color to fit into the… ballet. I wanted to be myself. I didn’t want to have to wear makeup that made my nose look thinner.”

― Misty Copeland

“I have two Filipino nannies who have British passport and not me. I don’t need British passport. When you were running around in an animal skin, my ancestors were building the pyramids.”

― Mohamed Al-Fayed

“What is satire if not a marriage of civil disobedience to a laugh track, a potent brew of derision and lack of respect that acts as a nettle sting on the thin skin of the humourless?”

― Mona Eltahawy

“The whole idea of juicing is good if you are trying to diet and use it in limited basis. I use juice drinks only once a week. I use emulsified drinks because in emulsification you are keeping everything. You are keeping the pulp, you are keeping the skin with all of the phytonutrients.”

― Montel Williams

“If I didn’t travel so much, maybe my perfect Sunday would be skin diving on a coral reef – not scuba diving, as skin diving is more physical, and I prefer the lightness of it. Skin diving means wearing just goggles. Oh, I could wear some trunks, maybe.”

― Morten Harket

“I try to work out my mind more these days. I try to eat right. I don’t drink, I don’t smoke, and I take the skin off chicken. But I’m not on no special diet. I like my steak and potatoes, ice cream, doughnuts.”

― Mr. T

“My entire life, I’ve had one mission to prove. It doesn’t matter what your name is. It doesn’t matter where you’re from. It doesn’t matter what the color of your skin is. All that matters is what’s in your heart.”

― Mustafa Ali

“Skin has become inadequate in interfacing with reality. Technology has become the body’s new membrane of existence.”

― Nam June Paik

“Let me just say as one who has been speaker of the House, I’ve had to have a very thick skin about every kind of thing that was thrown at me.”

― Nancy Pelosi

“No matter where I travel, I make sure to carry a Vaseline body lotion with me to keep my skin well moisturised all the time.”

― Nargis Fakhri

“I firmly believe that one of the best kept secrets to soft and glowing skin is moisturisation.”

― Nargis Fakhri

“It’s good to have to put yourself in someone else’s skin. It’s all-consuming.”

― Natalie Imbruglia

“There is no kind way to rip the skin off animals’ backs. Anyone who wears any fur shares the blame for the torture and gruesome deaths of millions of animals each year.”

― Natalie Imbruglia

“The first thing I do after work is take off my TV makeup with a gentle cleanser. I also try to exfoliate twice a week. Waking up with dull, flaky skin is no way to start the day.”

― Natalie Morales

“I think all girls in the world wish they were a Parisian girl – that sort of effortless chic confidence and comfort in their own skin.”

― Natalie Portman

“I think the skin is the most important thing. If you take care of your skin, you don’t really need much makeup.”

― Natasha Poly

“When I was young, to have a big nose, big lips or dark skin was the worst. You were the wretched. That was something I not only felt, but I participated in.”

― Nate Parker

“I don’t think I do look like an A-Lister. I’m more interested in being comfortable in my own skin than trying to be somebody I’m not. Gimme jeans, an old T-shirt, cowboy boots and a baseball cap any day.”

― Nathan Parsons

“We are all Adam’s children – it’s just the skin that makes all the difference.”

― Navjot Singh Sidhu

“I keep my skin clean and moisturised. While shooting, my skin has to put up with severe make up and lights for hours at a stretch. So I am obsessive about taking my make-up off as soon as I am done.”

― Neha Dhupia

“When I am not shooting, I stay as far away from make up as possible and let my skin breathe!”

― Neha Dhupia

“My mother has fabulous skin which she gracefully passed on to me.”

― Neha Dhupia

“I don’t go to the gym to become size zero, I go there to be healthy and fit and it shows in my skin and my hair.”

― Neha Dhupia

“I realized quickly what Mandela and Tambo meant to ordinary Africans. It was a place where they could come and find a sympathetic ear and a competent ally, a place where they would not be either turned away or cheated, a place where they might actually feel proud to be represented by men of their own skin color.”

― Nelson Mandela

“I’ve heard that I’ve gotten a lighter complexion, as if I’ve bleached my skin. I think that is so stupid and ludicrous. For those who want to bleach their skin, that’s fine. I just didn’t bleach mine. I’m a black woman. I don’t want to be anything but a black woman.”

― NeNe Leakes

“’Teen Moms!’ I started watching them like the first two seasons, and I stopped. I stopped because they are too young. I feel sorry for them. And I didn’t watch that show ‘Hoarders.’ That thing would made my skin crawl.”

― NeNe Leakes

“Our facial skins are thin with large pores; our back skins are thicker with small pores. One acts mainly as filter, the other mainly as barrier. And yet, it’s the same skin, no parts, no assemblies. It’s a system that gradually varies its functionality by varying elasticity.”

― Neri Oxman

“Because glass is at once structural and transparent, it is relatively easy to consider the integration of structural and environmental building performance within a single integrated skin.”

― Neri Oxman

“Could we design an all-glass building with internal channels and networks for airflow and water circulation? Can we surpass the great modern tradition of discrete formal and functional partitions and generate an all-in-one building skin?”

― Neri Oxman

“I love playing ‘Madame Vastra.’ Although I do suffer, spending three-and-a-half hours in make-up every morning to have her lizard skin put on. I was so excited the first day when we did the make-up test, but after six hours, I was like, ‘Can we finish now?’”

― Neve McIntosh

“I have never been one to show off too much skin, and it’s not just because I’m a larger woman.”

― Nia Jax

“A 12-hour shift is physically exhausting. You give multiple shots, wearing heavy jewellry and make-up – and end up with dark circles, acne, and skin problems.”

― Nia Sharma

“I think our skin clears up and we’re nicer when you are in love.”

― Nia Vardalos

“I love romance. I think our skin clears up and we’re nicer when you are in love.”

― Nia Vardalos

“If you had a cancer on your skin and had it burned it off, you’d wash it and clean it every day.”

― Nick Nolte

“I enjoy using coconut oil – not only for my skin and hair, but I’ll digest it.”

― Nicole Ari Parker

“Be comfortable in your skin.”

― Nicole Byer

“Since I have fair skin, I have to stay out of the sun. I can’t stand the sun. I dyed my hair red for a while during the 1990s but I’m actually a natural blonde.”

― Nicole Kidman

“Some exfoliates have rocks in them and it makes your skin really smooth, and cat litter is a good substitute. I haven’t broke out at all yet!”

― Nicole Polizzi

“I have olive skin, so if I get pale, I look green. I have to tan.”

― Nicole Richie

“Skin is really important; after all, it’s my business.”

― Nicole Trunfio

“I have more energy to run after our four children. Weight loss and great skin were a bonus!”

― Niecy Nash

“When you are skinning your customers, you should leave some skin on to heal, so that you can skin them again.”

― Nikita Khrushchev

“I use Palmers Coconut Oil for my skin. My hair routine is thorough: I hot-oil my hair every two Sundays after games, top it up with coconut oil every third day, and deep condition my hair every two days.”

― Nikita Parris

“When you are skinning your customers, you should leave some skin on to grow again so that you can skin them again.”

― Nikki Giovanni

“My rule is: If I can eat it, I can put it on my skin.”

― Nikki Reed

“If you’re dehydrated, you will automatically lose the glow in your skin.”

― Nina Agdal

“I love a confident guy with smooth skin… such a turn-on!”

― Nina Agdal

“It’s important to protect your skin in the sun.”

― Nina Agdal

“If you’re stressed out by someone, or if something is dragging you down, it will show on your skin.”

― Nina Agdal

“My pre-game before an event is to take a steam and a long hot shower before prepping my skin.”

― Nina Agdal

“Keep your face clean. I don’t believe in using too many products. I think that confuses your skin.”

― Nina Agdal

“I’m mildly obsessed with skin care. I do a lot of masks at home, like Elisha Coy’s Korean Collagen masks. I also use an embarrassingly wide variety of facial creams.”

― Nina Arianda

“I don’t do many films at the same time, as I don’t like to switch between characters. At a given point, I would like to get into the skin of whatever character I am playing.”

― Nivin Pauly

“Be happy in your own skin.”

― Octavia Spencer

“I use Olay Total Effects Tone Correcting CC Cream in place of foundation post-workout. I absolutely love that it’s quick, easy, and something I can use on the go. It evens out my skin tone, provides SPF 15 protection, and leaves my skin feeling breathable, healthy, and moisturized.”

― Oksana Masters

“I did a shoot with massive iguanas in Costa Rica when I was modeling back then. They were like little dinosaurs, and they sat right across my arms and by my face. The guy told me not to make any sudden movements because they had enormous claws. The guy said he would rip my skin if he attacked.”

― Olga Kurylenko

“A word is not a crystal, transparent and unchanged; it is the skin of a living thought and may vary greatly in color and content according to the circumstances and time in which it is used.”

― Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.

“I carry lots of oils, since I have the driest skin in all the land! I switch up my facial oils, and I make them myself with coconut oil and tea tree oil.”

― Olivia Holt

“I make sure that I exfoliate every single day. I have very dry and sensitive skin, and I break out occasionally, but my main thing is always moisturizing because my skin is so dry – whether that’s twice a day or four times a day.”

― Olivia Holt

“I guess for my skin, I clean it and moisturize and try to drink water. How boring is this though? I’m convinced that it comes from within. If you’re happy and healthy, it shows.”

― Olivia Wilde

“My skin may have wrinkles but it’s because I’m smiling so much. That might sound like some terrible American greetings card, but I feel it’s immoral for me to castigate my body for getting older, when it does everything I ask of it.”

― Olivia Williams

“As an African-American male born with a couple of strikes against you because of your skin color, I think it’s very, very important to have some positive role models around, especially male influences.”

― Omari Hardwick

“Gory stuff can be shocking but it doesn’t really scare me. I’d say the kind of stuff that gets under my skin is the unknown. You hear a knock behind a wall and you don’t know what it is. Is there something there or not?”

― Oren Peli

“Unfortunately, terror is now linked to immigration, and anyone with dark skin or a beard or a Muslim name is suspect. Russia, France, then the United Kingdom, and now even Germany have no qualms about going far beyond their borders to strike at the enemies of their countries.”

― P. Chidambaram

“Bosnia is under my skin. It’s the place you cannot leave behind. I was obsessed by the nightmare of it all; there was this sense of guilt, and an anger that has become something much deeper over these last years.”

― Paddy Ashdown

“My version of makeup is a really intense skin regimen. I just think it’s a healthier way to look at beauty.”

― Paloma Elsesser

“I am always dabbling in new skin routines, but it’s always about moisture.”

― Paloma Elsesser

“Wearing too much makeup definitely makes my skin worse.”

― Paloma Elsesser

“Due to my hectic work schedule, I hardly have enough sleep, and my skin tends to look dull. Facial masks are my savior, as it helps to brighten and hydrate my skin.”

― Park Shin-hye

“If Bill jumps into something that relies on a lot of cymbals, I’ll jump into something that relies on a lot of skin sounds; if he goes into metal tones, I’ll go into wood, and so on. I basically play in his holes.”

― Pat Mastelotto

“I wear very natural makeup, but it’s made up out of five foundations to make that perfect skin, and my lipstick might be three different lipsticks mixed together, so it’s a kind of obsession in a different way.”

― Pat McGrath

“It would be great if perfect skin required less work. That would be the best ever.”

― Pat McGrath

“When I was a child, the world of makeup was so different. There wasn’t the wide range of shades available for darker skin tones like there is now.”

― Pat McGrath

“Everyone needs Skin Fetish 003 in their kit. It’s the ultimate everyday essential for runway skin that looks as legendary in the office or on the street or as it does on social media.”

― Pat McGrath

“You can’t do shiny skin for high-definition cameras without it looking awful. HD shows off all of your imperfections. Even selfies require a flawless finish.”

― Pat McGrath

“I don’t think there’s ever going to be a time when metallics aren’t going to be in. They’re so gorgeous, they bring so much dimension to the face, they’re easy to wear regardless of age or skin tone, and really, they’re just a lot of fun.”

― Pat McGrath

“These archetypal older women in movies can sometimes make my skin crawl. It’s about the one dimension; it’s about the lack of any texture.”

― Patricia Clarkson

“Bernie Madoff is probably more nuanced then I’m giving him credit for, but I just couldn’t get under his skin.”

― Patrick deWitt

“I try to shave at night so my skin has a chance to settle by the early morning call-time.”

― Patrick Wilson

“What I learned was that we Millennials possess one factor that supposedly sets us apart from those who came before us. Is it incredibly clear skin, since most of us took Accutane at some point? No. The recurring description of our generation is ‘entitled.’”

― Paul Downs Colaizzo

“You develop a thick skin. And once all the chips have been played, you make sure you’re working on behalf of Arizona.”

― Paul Gosar

“We have a lot of black Anglo-Saxons. Their skin is black, but their brain is white. When I get real mad at them, I call them ‘graham crackers.’”

― Paul Mooney

“A rock’n’roll band needs to be able to get under people’s skin. You should be able to clear the room at the drop of a hat.”

― Paul Westerberg

“My act is sort of improvisational. I have a skeleton in my head, but no fat or skin on it.”

― Paula Poundstone

“If you have really pretty skin, then you can pretty much stick on mascara and a lip cream and look great.”

― Paulina Porizkova

“I do not believe that the colour of one’s skin determines whether you are disadvantaged.”

― Pauline Hanson

“Many will call me an adventurer, and that I am, only one of a different sort: one of those who risks his skin to prove his platitudes.”

― Pawan Kalyan

“I’ve got a very tough skin because I’ve been doing this for a long time. Rejection is simply part of it.”

― Perdita Weeks

“Having been a journalist for thirty-nine years, I’ve developed a pretty thick skin.”

― Pete Earley

“It’s so important to encourage the use of suncream, tan in a bottle and the disuse of sunbeds which are known world-wide as causes of skin cancer.”

― Peter Andre

“The most terrifying thing I ever saw in a cinema, thanks to the carefully built-up drama, was in the ancient black-and-white film ‘The Innocents,’ based on Henry James’s ‘The Turn Of The Screw.’ My skin actually crawled with horror.”

― Peter Hitchens

“Obviously, with a CGI character, you’re building a character in much the same way as a real creature is built. You build the bones, the skeletons, the muscles. You put layers of fat on. You put a layer of skin on which has to have a translucency, depending on what the character is.”

― Peter Jackson

“I don’t think I’m an unhappy person. It’s just an intensity, not a depressive thing. It’s just not having enough layers of skin. It’s exhausting.”

― Peter Morgan

“You feel a certain way in a glass or concrete or limestone building. It has an effect on your skin – the same with plywood or veneer, or solid timber. Wood doesn’t steal energy from your body the way glass and concrete steal heat. When it’s hot, a wood house feels cooler than a concrete one, and when it’s cold, the other way around.”

― Peter Zumthor

“I approach beauty the same way I approach clothing – I think people should do whatever to themselves to make them feel more comfortable in their skin.”

― Petra Collins

“My Renee Rouleau moisturizer with SPF 30 saves my skin.”

― Peyton List

“With fiction, you can take something that bothers you, or that you don’t have in clear focus, and you can put it under as much stress as you want. Really get underneath the skin. With nonfiction, you’re restricted to what happened.”

― Phil Klay

“I picked ducks in a tub in my dorm room. I’d hang deer in the doorway between the bedroom and the little living room in our little apartment there, and I’d skin my deer, and all the guts would go in the tub, and I’d sneak them out so my fellow students on both sides wouldn’t see all that, you know. I’d clean fish up there and all.”

― Phil Robertson

“The biggest organ in your body is your skin, and it’s a permeable membrane. Anything you put on it goes into you. If you can’t pronounce most of the words on the back of the bottle, it’s probably not good for you.”

― Philippe Cousteau, Jr.

“There’s not many models in the U.S. that have my depth – like, really dark skin – that are also plus size. Skin color has been one of those things we haven’t really, really addressed on a large, widespread scale.”

― Philomena Kwao

“I think that the plus-size industry has been great with size diversity, but it hasn’t really been great for skin tone diversity.”

― Philomena Kwao

“Magazines don’t go far enough to be inclusive and have at least have one model representing every major skin tone.”

― Philomena Kwao

“Much noise has been about size diversity but not enough about skin tone diversity. It’s time for this to change.”

― Philomena Kwao

“For me, diverse beauty is an affirmation of every single person in his or her own skin.”

― Philomena Kwao

“It’s a good thing that beauty is only skin deep, or I’d be rotten to the core.”

― Phyllis Diller

“I already had three strikes against me. One, I have light skin. Two, I’m from Miami, which wasn’t getting looked at at the time. Three, I’m Cuban. But now, I’ve made everything that stacked against me into a virtue.”

― Pitbull

“I would say I spend about an hour a day cleansing and moisturising after all of the make-up I’ve worn on jobs, and on weekends I tend to go bare-faced to give my skin a bit of a break.”

― Poppy Delevingne

“Coconut oil. I rub it through my hair, all over my skin, all over my body. Natural’s the better way to go.”

― Poppy Delevingne

“When I was a teenager, I was obsessed with black eyeliner all around the eye, but for someone with my kind of skin tone and hair colour, using brown is actually better than black. I’ve also learnt from makeup artists how to apply lipstick in the correct way: by starting with the Cupid’s bow first and working your way around.”

― Poppy Delevingne

“I live in my house as I live inside my skin: I know more beautiful, more ample, more sturdy and more picturesque skins: but it would seem to me unnatural to exchange them for mine.”

― Primo Levi

“In India, people love turmeric. They make turmeric milk, and sometimes I mix it with some cream or yogurt and turn it into a scrub. You’d be amazed at what it can take off your skin.”

― Priyanka Chopra

“I can’t dance like Hrithik Roshan. I don’t have the necessary glamour like some of the other actors do. They are able to sell themselves on that aspect. I do roles and films which are very realistic. So, in those films, if you don’t get into the skin of it, they won’t look convincing.”

― R. Madhavan

“My unusual beauty tip is that I often use Vaseline to take my make up off. It works great and is good for sensitive skin.”

― Rachel Bilson

“As writers go, I have a skin of average thickness. I am pleased by a good review, disappointed by a bad. None of it penetrates far enough to influence the thing I write next.”

― Rachel Cusk

“Feeling comfortable in my own skin has never been easy for me.”

― Rachel Stevens

“At that age, feeling unpopular is difficult to handle. It’s a hard feeling to shake off. Feeling comfortable in my own skin has never been easy for me.”

― Rachel Stevens

“I don’t do much for skin. Just drink water, try to get proper sleep, exercise, sweat it out, keep it moisturised, and most importantly, clean. That’s basically what I do.”

― Radhika Apte

“You could ask a lot of people in my childhood, and they’d say I was very prudish about showing off skin.”

― Rain Dove

“A free society will abide unofficial, private discrimination, even when that means allowing hate-filled groups to exclude people based on the color of their skin.”

― Rand Paul

“Although skin color is undoubtedly the most salient signal of racial identity in America, other actual or imagined bodily features have also been seen as distinctive markers of Negritude. These include the shapes of heads, feet, lips, and noses as well as the texture of hair.”

― Randall Kennedy

“My father was Bolivian, which makes me half-Bolivian. It’s where I got some of my exotic features and certainly my skin tone.”

― Raquel Welch

“I inherited good skin from my mother, and I stay away from soap, which dries it out.”

― Raquel Welch

“What you eat shows on your skin. So have fresh fruits and vegetable juices.”

― Raveena Tandon

“To me, looking glamorous on screen has never been about skin show.”

― Raveena Tandon

“Wearing shoes, clothes, and other accessories made out of exotic skin is as cold-blooded as it gets.”

― Raveena Tandon

“I believe you should be comfortable in your skin no matter what you go through – emotionally or whatever – as long as you’re healthy.”

― Raven-Symone

“I like curvy women. But obviously, a sense of humour is the most important thing. And there’s nothing sexier than a girl who is comfortable in her own skin.”

― Ray Fearon

“I’m very uncomfortable in my own skin.”

― Ray LaMontagne

“I have this very strange sensitive skin. If I put anything on it but this one product, it erupts into a rash.”

― Rebecca De Mornay

“If you imagine yourself to be someone who is very uncomfortable in their own skin, then it does funny things to your voice.”

― Rebecca Hall

“It takes a strong stomach and a thick skin to be a female activist fighting online censorship in Pakistan.”

― Rebecca MacKinnon

“Beauty may be skin deep, but ugly goes clear to the bone.”

― Redd Foxx

“The only difference between me and those other great Yankees is my skin color.”

― Reggie Jackson

“I think ‘Settlers of Catan’ is such a well-designed board game – it’s the board game of entrepreneurship – that I made a knockoff called ‘Startups of Silicon Valley.’ It’s literally – it’s the same rules but just a different skin set to it.”

― Reid Hoffman

“Everything used to get under my skin, and now I’ll just be like, ‘That’s life.’ I’m so much more unbothered.”

― Remy Ma

“Being the only non-Black was a unique experience. After a few weeks, you’re not aware of skin color differences. You see the color; you’re not blind, but it doesn’t matter. You see the human being first.”

― Ricardo Montalban

“Beauty is only skin deep, and the world is full of thin skinned people.”

― Richard Armour

“’Under the Skin’ is handsome, in a dour way, but inert – a cunning experiment that died in the shooting or on the editing table. You’ll want to get the DVD, though, and not just for its study of Scarlett. Odds are that the Making-Of documentary will be far stranger and more fascinating than the movie that was made.”

― Richard Corliss

“Every artist undresses his subject, whether human or still life. It is his business to find essences in surfaces, and what more attractive and challenging surface than the skin around a soul?”

― Richard Corliss

“I don’t think that bravery is about skin. Bravery is about a willingness to show emotional need.”

― Richard Gere

“The president took the advice of my East Texas grandmother: If you can skin a cat without getting the room all bloody, why not do it that way?”

― Richard Land

“There were times when I’ve not wanted to be in my own skin, and that’s a very scary feeling.”

― Rick Springfield

“I haven’t had my teeth fixed, I haven’t had a hair transplant. I haven’t had a skin peel, tummy tuck. I’ve done literally nothing.”

― Ricky Gervais

“It makes me furious to hear haters of all skin colors – especially Christian, Jewish, and Muslim fundamentalists – deride other people because of their different beliefs and lifestyles.”

― Rita Dove

“Any character who had dark skin, I got all those parts. I could play a Polynesian, East Indian princess, whatever.”

― Rita Moreno

“Daphne Guinness was amazingly comfortable in her skin, and she has an amazing collection in fashion that I wish I could just touch.”

― Rita Ora

“The fine line between roaring with laughter and crying because it’s a disaster is a very, very fine line. You see a chap slip on a banana skin in the street and you roar with laughter when he falls slap on his backside. If in doing so you suddenly see he’s broken a leg, you very quickly stop laughing and it’s not a joke anymore.”

― Roald Dahl

“Before you could actually have face-lifts, they would pull your skin around the back of your head with rubber bands, where they would tape it. And then you’d have to wear a wig over it to hide the rubber bands. It was not the most comfortable.”

― Rob Lowe

“The best meal I’ve had was in Tavarua, an island in Fiji. It was just before sunset. A bunch of guys had just caught all this yellow fin tuna; they literally brought this huge wooden table down to the sand, pulled the tuna from the boat, dropped it on top of the table, pulled the skin off and sliced the tuna up.”

― Rob Machado

“Anyone who tries to keep track of what is happening in China is going to end up by wearing all the skin of his left ear from twirling around on it.”

― Robert Benchley

“What they smell isn’t the emotion of fear. What dogs can smell is the changes in a person’s skin that suggest fear to the dog, anxiety, the way your skin sweats, the amount of uric acid that suddenly pours out of your pores.”

― Robert Crais

“I directed an early episode of ‘Supernatural’ the first season called ‘Skin.’”

― Robert Duncan McNeill

“In things a moderation keep; Kings ought to shear, not skin, their sheep.”

― Robert Herrick

“In fact when you combine stem cell technology with the technology known as tissue engineering you can actually grow up entire organs, so as you suggest that sometime in the future you get in an auto accident and lose your kidney, we’d simply take a few skin cells and grow you up a new kidney. In fact this has already been done.”

― Robert Lanza

“What I am is a heretic who’s recanted and, thereby, in everyone’s eyes, saved his soul. Everyone’s eyes but one, who knows deep down inside that all he has saved is his skin.”

― Robert M. Pirsig

“In the womb, humans are free of microbes. Colonization begins during the journey down the birth canal, which is riddled with bacteria, some of which make their way onto the newborn’s skin.”

― Robin Marantz Henig

“I’ve been out with some extremely beautiful women who have had no sex appeal whatsoever. It really is a lot more than skin deep.”

― Rod Stewart

“Anything that’s living is a machine. I’m a machine; my children are machines. I can step back and see them as being a bag of skin full of biomolecules that are interacting according to some laws.”

― Rodney Brooks

“Language is a skin: I rub my language against the other. It is as if I had words instead of fingers, or fingers at the tip of my words. My language trembles with desire.”

― Roland Barthes

“One of Obama’s most impressive attributes is his quiet confidence: Voters sense that he is comfortable in his own skin, a dedicated father and friend who won’t waste time with the phony rituals of Washington.”

― Ron Fournier

“This is Romney’s biggest political weakness. His policy flip-flops and the general sense that he’s not comfortable in his own skin leads voters, including many supporters, wondering about his core values.”

― Ron Fournier

“President George W. Bush won reelection in 2004 largely because he was seen as comfortable in his own skin, while rival John Kerry was viewed as a flip-flopping opportunist.”

― Ron Fournier

“Part of the problem is voters know relatively little about Romney. And some of what they know about him complicates his task: Romney has a history of flip-flopping on issues, he’s extraordinarily wealthy, and he can be tone-deaf about what moves voters. He just doesn’t seem comfortable in his skin.”

― Ron Fournier

“It’s not the color of our skin that divides our nation; it’s the condition of our hearts.”

― Ron Hall

“I’ve never been pigeonholed and I’ve experienced so many different kinds of skin – what man will do and won’t do, what you should do and shouldn’t do. This is what’s exciting about being an actor; where philosophy majors sit in classrooms or write books about human behavior, we’re actually acting them out in front of cameras.”

― Ron Perlman

“It’s the whole white-supremacist movement, no matter what they call themselves – be it Klan, Nazis, alt-right, skinheads – the basic ideology is the same. They consider themselves superior to others because of their white skin, and we should not sleep on that.”

― Ron Stallworth

“Anybody could say anything they want about me, and it literally never penetrates my skin.”

― Ron White

“I’d like less Irish-looking skin.”

― Ronan Keating

“Every chick I try to intimidate in a different way. You have to think about their personality. You have to think about what would get under that particular person’s skin the most.”

― Ronda Rousey

“I don’t have olive skin. Nobody could tell from my skin that I’m Mediterranean. I’m quite fair, and I do burn easily.”

― Rory Bremner

“As far back as I can remember, I knew there was something wrong with our way of life when people could be mistreated because of the color of their skin.”

― Rosa Parks

“Music has a way of getting under your skin.”

― Roscoe Mitchell

“My mom used cold cream her whole life, and she’s got great skin!”

― Rose McIver

“What we eat will tell everything when it comes to our bodies, our skin, our hair, how we feel, your endurance for things.”

― Rozonda Thomas

“You cannot look at a person and judge him or her by the color of their skin.”

― Ruby Bridges

“I am lucky to have good Polish skin that doesn’t wrinkle so I might be around for a few years yet.”

― Ruby Wax

“I made the decision to take on board the critical feedback. Reviews are something you can easily ignore as a performer or writer but I chose to not ignore them here and I think that I benefited. I think I’m stronger for it – and I have a tougher skin as a result.”

― Rufus Wainwright

“The president of the United States is a pretty important position, and it’s the ideas and policies that matter to me, not the color of their skin.”

― Rush Limbaugh

“I still feel I’m going to wake up any moment, and my skin’s going to break out all over.”

― Russell Tovey

“Does racism exist in this country? Sure. But I think the overwhelming majority of Americans who care about this country do not care about skin color.”

― Ryan Frazier

“I’m just delighted to be living, to be able to have a simple conversation, to feel a ray of sunlight on my skin and listen to the breeze move through the leaves of a tree.”

― Ryuichi Sakamoto

“In France, successive waves of Gaul, Visigoth, and Frank have swept over the land and have dominated it. But the fair hair and blue eyes and the clear skin of the conquering races have been submerged by the rising and overflow of the dusky blood of the original population.”

― Sabine Baring-Gould

“I’m passionate about encouraging girls to be confident in their own skin.”

― Sadie Sink

“I don’t wear bright orange clothes or leopard skin boots, but it was really good fun to play someone that does and have an excuse too!”

― Sally Hawkins

“I’m sorry to say I’m very lizard-like. My skin is dry, so covering my face in greasy antioxidants is a better alternative.”

― Sally Phillips

“You know Latin people? African-American people? How our skin ages more slowly? Even though we’re dramatic, we move our faces, we eat higher-fat foods, we’re the ones with fewer wrinkles – it makes you wonder.”

― Salma Hayek

“I will not have Botox. You know why? Because I eat! I eat the fat, I eat the vegetable, I eat everything. If you exercise and you don’t eat enough, it takes its toll on the skin.”

― Salma Hayek

“I think people are more than their heritage or their skin colour or their name or how they grew up.”

― Sam Esmail

“Lithium makes a fine battery because it’s a scarily reactive metal. Pure lithium ignites on contact if it touches water – a flake of it would sizzle and fry on the water-rich cells of your skin.”

― Sam Kean

“Virtually all of Darfur’s six million residents are Muslim, and, because of decades of intermarriage, almost everyone has dark skin and African features.”

― Samantha Power

“My silver cord – the link between my body and my spirit – was extremely sensitive. It was what allowed me to sense dreamscapes at a distance. It could also snap me back into my skin.”

― Samantha Shannon

“I don’t like to wear a lot of makeup because my skin is quite sensitive.”

― Samara Weaving

“I find the less stuff I smear on my skin, the better it looks.”

― Samara Weaving

“To be honest, whenever I go to shoots, or I’m on set, it really makes makeup special and allows me to have so much more fun with it – I don’t wear it on an everyday basis, because I like my skin to breathe.”

― Samira Wiley

“May was young and beautiful, we were legally married, but she was caught in the prison of my skin.”

― Sammy Davis, Jr.

“Nobody grows old merely by living a number of years. We grow old by deserting our ideals. Years may wrinkle the skin, but to give up enthusiasm wrinkles the soul.”

― Samuel Ullman

“I always wear sunblock before my makeup. Sometimes, as Latinas, we think our skin holds the sun better, even if it’s cloudy. That’s not true. You always need SPF.”

― Sandra Echeverria

“I always buy the smaller turkeys. On the pre-baste put pats of butter on the meat under the skin, put the skin back on, put a bunch of seasoning on the top, call it a day, put it in the oven. With a 10 – 12 pound turkey you are done in a couple of hours.”

― Sandra Lee

“They’ve put skin from my arm on my ankle and from my thigh on my arm. So whenever I get asked what’s happened to me, I end up saying it’s like a little jigsaw, parts of my body all over the place.”

― Santi Cazorla

“I’m never going to be a skinny girl, which is good. That’s just not my thing. It’s more about health and truly being comfortable in your own skin.”

― Sara Rue

“Dealing with negative comments is part of this job, and I’ve had to develop a thick skin, though some days it’s easier than others.”

― Sara Sampaio

“Wheat makes my stomach very bloated. Sugar is horrible for my skin, but I love it.”

― Sara Sampaio

“Everybody’s skin is different, so you need to find products that work for your skin type. I use a lot of facial oils, as mine can get very dry.”

― Sara Sampaio

“Life has got better and better since the day I left school. I felt like I wasn’t comfortable in my own skin.”

― Sarah Alexander

“I think we all love to watch something we know is going to go catastrophically wrong – the old banana skin syndrome, which is particular to the British sense of humour.”

― Sarah Alexander

“I really like Armani Luminous Silk Foundation in the winter because it has SPF, and it’s still important to protect your skin from the sun in the wintertime. I’m also really into also vera – just organic, natural aloe vera gel that I put on all over my skin to moisturize.”

― Sarah Gadon

“Alas, summer sun can’t last forever. The days will grow cooler and shorter, and our skin will once again pale.”

― Sarah MacLean

“I had gone away from Twitter because before people had been so mean to me. Talking about my lisp and my enormous forehead and all these things. I do have a lisp, I do have a forehead I know you could land a plane on, it’s no mystery to me. I just didn’t have the skin for it.”

― Sarah Paulson

“We can never see who someone really is underneath the skin.”

― Sarah Pinborough

“I am trained in theatre, and so I take time to study and get into the skin of a character.”

― Sarita Choudhury

“Fashion shoots put an enormous strain on my skin and hair. So when I’m away from the cameras, I don’t wear make-up, and I moisturise my skin with Aquasource by Biotherm.”

― Sasha Pivovarova

“Pampering my skin with moisturiser is very important, but so is drawing. I like sport, but I have to be really interested in it.”

― Sasha Pivovarova

“The calluses on your feet in space will eventually fall off. So, the bottoms of your feet become very soft like newborn baby feet. But the top of my feet develop rough alligator skin because I use the top of my feet to get around here on space station when using foot rails.”

― Scott Kelly

“I’ve pretty much given up on the orange. I really have. I just don’t even bother. It’s just either sour, or woody, or the skin’s too thick. It’s very nice when you come across the perfect orange, because it’s really a beautiful experience. But the stakes are too high.”

― Scott Thompson

“I like success, but I don’t believe in it at the expense of other stuff. It’s more important to stay in my skin.”

― Sebastian Koch

“We should have lifelong monitoring of our vital signs that predict things like skin or pancreatic cancer so we can eradicate it. We should have personalized medicine; there’s a huge amount of innovation possible.”

― Sebastian Thrun

“I love to do three easy things in the morning: I’ll wash my face, I usually tone it, and then I’ll put a little bit of moisturizer on it – not tons, because I have really oily skin. I don’t have specific products I’m obsessed with; I just try different things. That’s how I’ve always been.”

― Selena Gomez

“Fox is notorious for having a very thick skin about taking shots at themselves.”

― Seth MacFarlane

“I loved the Rumble that Shawn Michaels won. Bulldog threw him over, and he hung on by the skin of the teeth and dumped Bulldog – that was one of my favourite ones.”

― Seth Rollins

“Without hurting anybody, we all tend to laugh at others’ discomfort. When someone slips on a banana skin and falls it’s funny.”

― Shah Rukh Khan

“With pregnancy and nursing, the hormones mean your skin tends to be more sensitive to the light, so it’s very important to use sun block every day.”

― Shakira

“I keep my head up. I’m comfortable in my skin. I want to see progression in life, with myself and with others around me.”

― Shameik Moore

“I have kind of a thick skin.”

― Shane Dawson

“If I want to do a contour, Tom Ford’s Shade and Illuminate is great. It also feels really nice on the skin and looks really natural.”

― Shanina Shaik

“When I was younger, I felt very alone and that I didn’t fit into my own skin. I loved the idea of becoming somebody else, and acting was an outlet for me and those emotions.”

― Shannon Purser

“I mean, when you grow up dancing, you have to become very comfortable in your own skin.”

― Sharni Vinson

“I’m not too big on moisturisers and fancy skin products. I keep my grooming regime nice and simple.”

― Shaun White

“It’s kind of a shock to your skin, changing climates. It’s new water, and new air quality.”

― Shay Mitchell

“Take that one thing you don’t like about yourself and more often than not that’s the one thing that makes you more special. Whether it’s that gap in your teeth, or that mole you never liked, or your skin color.”

― Shay Mitchell

“When I was growing up as a kid, it was always, ‘Oh, you’re being bullied. Well, toughen up. Get some tough skin and deal with it.’ That’s how we were told to deal with it, and it’s not that simple.”

― Sheamus

“You can have anything you want if you want it desperately enough. You must want it with an inner exuberance that erupts through the skin and joins the energy that created the world.”

― Sheilah Graham

“Having a thick skin doesn’t mean that you’re hard or harsh. I was lucky because I was born with a thick skin. That doesn’t mean that things don’t bother me, but you have to keep it in perspective.”

― Shelley Moore Capito

“I feel comfortable in my own skin writing about the things that I like because I know that there are other people out there that understand what I’m talking about.”

― Shooter Jennings

“With ‘White Light,’ I had just finished watching ‘Under the Skin’ and was really obsessed with the idea of science fiction presented as normality.”

― Shura

“I bite the skin on the side of my fingernails.”

― Sienna Miller

“A generation without history is a generation that not only loses a nation’s memory but loses a sense of what it’s like to be inside a human skin.”

― Simon Schama

“There are goals that I have, and then I dream of it, and then I make it a reality. If I could crawl out of my skin and see it, it would be really amazing.”

― Simone Biles

“I guess I just have really tough skin.”

― Simone Biles

“New York gets under your skin, and I think once you’ve fallen in love with New York, you take that with you. I love New York.”

― Sissy Spacek

“I feel like I want to crawl out of my skin, especially when people start questioning me.”

― Skeet Ulrich

“I don’t believe in pick-up lines because I’ve always been very comfortable in my own skin.”

― Skylar Astin

“I think the obsession with fair skin should end.”

― Sobhita Dhulipala

“’Under My Skin’ was the first CD I ever owned.”

― Soccer Mommy

“When I’m not working, I wear minimal make-up. I try to keep my skin clean and easy.”

― Sofia Richie

“I sleep in coconut oil. I just soak in it… in my hair, on my face, on my skin, all over – it’s kind of my thing.”

― Sofia Richie

“I exercise, and eat good foods. I also take care of my skin.”

― Son Ye-jin

“Bengalis have the best skin and hair; there’s something more about the fish from here. I think I will start ordering fish from Bengal!”

― Sonali Bendre

“I usually fly abroad to shoot films and for interviews, so I spend a lot of time inside planes, and I feel that my skin gets very dry.”

― Song Hye-kyo

“To keep the skin moist throughout my travels, and within a tight schedule, moisture care is necessary. And skin ageing originates from dry skin. So before I go to bed, I use my Laneige Perfect Renew Regenerator, and sometimes, I use Water Bank Essence, too.”

― Song Hye-kyo

“Realistically, looks offer an advantage to an actor. I’m going to work hard to maintain my skin. I’m going to prevent aging as much as possible. And I will keep trying to become a better person on the inside as much as I spruce up the outside.”

― Song Joong-ki

“Two people who I think have the world’s most perfect skin are Cate Blanchett and Kate Bosworth. Maybe there’s something to being named Kate, I don’t know, but those two just seem to be effortless, yet completely, ethereally gorgeous.”

― Sophia Bush

“It’s hard to feel comfortable in your own skin when you’re younger.”

― Sophie Ellis-Bextor

“I’m really rubbish at putting anything on my skin, because I don’t like the feel of it. But I do love Kate Moss’ Rimmel lipsticks – I keep them in all my coat pockets.”

― Sophie McShera

“Unending joy is actually closer to us than our own skin, and there is nothing we have to do or get or be to experience it. All we have to do is stop driving it away.”

― Srikumar Rao

“Generally, I’m quite chilled about my looks, but I’m gutted if my skin’s bad.”

― Stacey Dooley

“Being able to choose the skin I live in was the draw of fashion.”

― Stacy London

“The discoloration is very minimal. I have not turned blue. The extent of skin discoloration is not even remotely near what the news media are saying. It is barely noticeable.”

― Stan Jones

“As NBA coach, people get on you. But politics, maybe even more so at the local level, is nasty on a very personal level. I have a thick skin, but I don’t want to deal with it.”

― Stan Van Gundy

“If your diet is good, it definitely helps your skin.”

― Stella Maxwell

“I used to be terrible and go to bed with my make-up on, and that’s just not good for your skin.”

― Stella Maxwell

“We all live in fear of cancer, but to be told you have skin cancer was terrifying.”

― Stephanie Beacham

“It makes my skin crawl when people tell me, ‘Don’t worry, you’ll get another series.’ Their expectations have little to do with mine.”

― Stephanie Zimbalist

“There are no black conservatives. Oh, there are neoconservatives with black skin, but they lack any claim to blackness other than the biological. They have forgotten their roots.”

― Stephen Carter

“I felt different from everyone else – like an alien. The looks I received when I was 320 pounds were ones usually reserved for three-eyed monsters, half-man half-woman reptiles, creatures with hideous rolls of skin that sweated profusely and jiggled when they walked. That last one really was me.”

― Stephen Furst

“And as a writer, one of the things that I’ve always been interested in doing is actually invading your comfort space. Because that’s what we’re supposed to do. Get under your skin, and make you react.”

― Stephen King

“My experiences in high school, in which I was used to being unfairly labeled, unfairly maligned, gave me the thick skin that I needed.”

― Stephen Miller

“Underneath all the skin, we’re all the same.”

― Steve Guttenberg

“We’ve had to develop a super-thick skin. We’ve been beaten up more than any band in history.”

― Steve Lukather

“Extreme Makeover… they help people that are uncomfortable in their own skin. They really change lives.”

― Steven Hill

“I think a great piece, whenever it was written, gets under our skin, makes us feel something. That’s what Beethoven was trying to do.”

― Steven Stucky

“When I see things through my eyes, I don’t want to ever just be really negative towards someone’s performance. There are many ways to skin a cat. Sometimes I watch the guys, and they’re doing different things than I would have done, but I don’t ever want to be too critical.”

― Stone Cold Steve Austin

“I’ve been in the entertainment industry – wresting, but the entertainment industry since 1989; if you have thin skin, you’re going to have a tough time in this town, but I’ve got thick skin.”

― Stone Cold Steve Austin

“Some artists are able to pull off a very form-fitting, painted-on look that’s very modern, but I have actually come around to embracing the idea that that these costumes are more like athletic uniforms than high-tech skin suits.”

― Stuart Immonen

“Just as you would if you wanted to eat healthier or take better care of your skin, the most important thing you can do when buying something is to turn over the bottle and get informed about the ingredients. Many items we use daily are full of unpronounceable chemicals.”

― Su-chin Pak

“I have to have my sunscreen. It’s so important for wrinkle reduction but also to protect you from the sun. Whatever skin type one might have, whatever age they’re at, I think sunscreen is key.”

― Sufe Bradshaw

“I’ve always been obsessed with skincare, so representing Shiseido, the skincare powerhouse, is both an honour and a dream come true. I love the way my skin feels every day and every night using Shiseido products.”

― Sui He

“I was very lucky both of my parents had really nice skin.”

― Susan Lucci

“One thing I think I’m really proud of is that I started taking care of my skin at a young age.”

― Sutton Foster

“Every chemical that makes it into your bloodstream – be it through your lungs, stomach, or skin – meets up with your liver at some point. Since your liver is your body’s best defense when it comes to filtering out all those toxins, you need to treat it well.”

― Suzanne Somers

“Hatred, I think, is an organism that penetrates our skin in a mythic fashion and does not leave.”

― Svetlana Alexievich

“It took me a very long time to be comfortable in my own skin.”

― Syd

“I would love to slip into the skin of a fish and know what it’s like to be one. They have senses that I can only dream about. They have a lateral line down their whole body that senses motion, but maybe it does more than that.”

― Sylvia Earle

“Wear your heart on your skin in this life.”

― Sylvia Plath

“I saw the gooseflesh on my skin. I did not know what made it. I was not cold. Had a ghost passed over? No, it was the poetry.”

― Sylvia Plath

“Don’t get discouraged with your skin when it doesn’t do what you want it to do… Give it some time. That’s the only way to get to know yourself.”

― SZA

“With segregation, with the isolation of the injured and the robbed, comes the concentration of disadvantage. An unsegregated America might see poverty, and all its effects, spread across the country with no particular bias toward skin color. Instead, the concentration of poverty has been paired with a concentration of melanin.”

― Ta-Nehisi Coates

“I feel that to a great extent, the industry is fixated with fair skin, and that needs to change.”

― Tamannaah

“Treat your skin with natural homemade stuff that gives it respite from chemicals.”

― Tamannaah

“I’m not bleaching my skin, and if I was bleaching my skin and I felt like saying so, I would, but for the record, I am not.”

― Tamar Braxton

“Anybody with skin issues knows that that’s a very sensitive subject, and that’s why I’ve never shared that I have vitiligo because I do.”

― Tamar Braxton

“I’ve always been really, really aware of my insecurities – really, really aware. I never developed that thick skin that keeps you from letting things get to you.”

― Taylor Swift

“I’ve never gotten thick skin. If you close yourself off and you get this protective armor, there is a price you pay with that – of not feeling. And feeling is important when you are a songwriter.”

― Taylor Swift

“I have an obsession with knowing the answers to things. When I don’t know what happened, it just bothers me, gets under my skin, and I need to write about it.”

― Taylor Swift

“As I got older, I started realizing that though people differ in skin tone, religious beliefs, cultures, and food, one thing we all have in common is emotions, so I tapped into emotions.”

― Tech N9ne

“If you could find a way to peel back the skin of this world so to speak, would you really see this supernatural reality that is greater? Is it true that we fight not against flesh and blood but against principalities and powers? Every young person wants to know.”

― Ted Dekker

“My problems are sort of more on a nuisance level. I can’t stand scratchy clothes, I’ve got to have soft kinds of cotton against my skin, and I don’t know why some 100% cotton t-shirts itch and others don’t; it has something to do with the weave.”

― Temple Grandin

“Being born in Jamaica, race was never an issue. It was always about the type of person I wanted to be, not the colour of my skin.”

― Tessanne Chin

“You need a good, healthy diet – it’s about finding out what your body needs. Sugar is a disaster for skin, as is white flour.”

― Thandie Newton

“Olay does a great tinted moisturiser that I add a little turmeric to – making it more yellow depending on my skin tone and the season. That’s a great trick for all women who find that foundations are too ashy or too pink for their skins. And it’s anti-inflammatory. It’s my secret weapon.”

― Thandie Newton

“If you come from WWE, you have a thick skin because you’re hated on all day, every day.”

― The Miz

“Gold looks good on my skin, and gold looks good on black people, I think.”

― Theophilus London

“I have a few friends that have inspired me since I was a young kid. When I watch old films or modern movies – particularly ‘Gladiator,’ ‘New Jack City’ and ‘The Skin I Live In’ – I’ll also get ideas.”

― Theophilus London

“Civilization is the lamb’s skin in which barbarism masquerades.”

― Thomas Bailey Aldrich

“For when they see the people swarm into the streets, and daily wet to the skin with rain, and yet cannot persuade them to go out of the rain, they do keep themselves within their houses, seeing they cannot remedy the folly of the people.”

― Thomas More

“Beauty is only skin deep.”

― Thomas Overbury

“I had been gullible, naive, soft, pliable. That’s why I got taken advantage of. To survive, you have to have a tough skin.”

― Tia Carrere

“It is the duty of a good shepherd to shear his sheep, not to skin them.”

― Tiberius

“I’m so excited to just be able to be comfortable in my own skin and give what I have to the world and not feel like I have to copy to stand out or fit in.”

― Tierra Whack

“You just have to be comfortable in your own skin before you jump into something where people that you’re going against are going to be better than you in some way every time.”

― Tiffany Thornton

“I want people to talk about my comedy, about cancer, about body issues, about scars, because cancer, it’s a big deal, but scars are not a big deal. My skin healed. Relax, you know? That’s all it is.”

― Tig Notaro

“I am comfortable in my character’s skin. I am uncomfortable being in my own skin.”

― Tiger Shroff

“There are still courses in the United States that I am not allowed to play because of the color of my skin.”

― Tiger Woods

“I really wasn’t heavy in high school. But no one feels right in their own skin, particularly in high school.”

― Tina Fey

“From a writer’s standpoint, each character and story presents its own unique challenges and delights. I’m deeply curious about all of my characters, and I love peeling away their layers to see what’s underneath their skin, or secreted deep within their hearts.”

― Tina St. John

“I got kicked out of four high schools just because people took issue with the colour of my skin. As if I could help the colour I was born.”

― Tionne Watkins

“I have to say, when I watched ‘Rogue One,’ I got a little verklempt. I was like, ‘Look at this motley crew of people, and the lead is a female, and the rest of the dudes are all kinds ethnicities and skin tones.’”

― Tiya Sircar

“My favorite way to cook trout is whole, bone-in, on the grill. The fish are stuffed with sliced lemons and herb sprigs, brushed with oil, and cooked over fairly hot coals until the skin is crisp and the flesh is moist and flaky. Go ahead and gild the lily by adding a sauce.”

― Tom Douglas

“There’s something majestic about a 30-pound Chinook salmon roasted and served whole – people get excited when you present it with the head and tail on. It has beautifully browned skin and extraordinary bright red flesh when you cut into it.”

― Tom Douglas

“What works with your skin and eyes? Use that to zero in on your wardrobe.”

― Tom Ford

“It’s hard to find a unique look for a Batman villain. Everything like a scar on the face, or a skin condition, there are so many unique signifiers taken.”

― Tom King

“I have thin skin. I’m not a tough guy.”

― Tom Sizemore

“You must have to want it so badly, if there is any way you can live without it, get out of it. Being an unsuccessful actor is like having a skin disease. Make sure your passion is not misplaced.”

― Tom Sizemore

“Win on your merit, not your skin color.”

― Tomi Lahren

“One of the nice things about indoor training is you can make holds that are better on your skin, so you can train more before your fingers wear out. You can get stronger faster climbing inside.”

― Tommy Caldwell

“The people who are most attractive to me are those who feel most comfortable in their skin – there’s a sense of self-acceptance.”

― Toni Collette

“It’s hard to find powder and things for my skin tone. I look at Rihanna’s collection, and I’m always in awe because there’s a shade that exists for every skin tone.”

― Tori Bowie

“It is important to me to take care of my skin. In general I don’t like to wear foundation; I’m not a fan of the look. I like my skin fresh and natural enough so my freckles show through.”

― Tracee Ellis Ross

“If we can fathom stripping away sexual orientation, skin color, sex, we’re all the exact same: We just want connection. We just want love.”

― Trevante Rhodes

“I don’t think I have thick skin, but I heal fast. It’s easy to break through, but I heal fast.”

― Trevor Noah

“A thug is someone who stands on his own. He lives by the decisions he makes and accepts the consequences. A thug is comfortable in his own skin. I wear mine like a glove.”

― Trick Daddy

“I prefer 100 per cent cotton Ts. They are kinder to lumps and bumps than figure-hugging stretchy Lycra ones and feel nicer against the skin. Extra-long-sleeved T-shirts are a lifesaver for me. I wear them either underneath a shirt with the sleeve pulled out of the cuff, or underneath gypsy tops, tunic tops and waistcoats.”

― Twiggy

“I just be comfortable in my own skin; I might wear anything.”

― Two Chainz

“When I got married, my marriage was illegal in 17 states because my husband had a different skin color than I did. And we saw those laws go down one at a time.”

― Tyne Daly

“Because beauty will be so readily accessible, and skin color and features will be similar, prejudices based on physical features will be nearly eradicated. Prejudice will be socioeconomically based.”

― Tyra Banks

“Don’t contour with blush – that’s so eighties. It was an amazing trend then, but it’s not hot now. Instead, go for a neutral contour color that’s one or two shades deeper than your skin tone.”

― Tyra Banks

“Dab – don’t rub – cream formulas onto your skin. Rubbing washes out the color, so do that only if you’ve put on too much.”

― Tyra Banks

“I think the fans are human, and they have their own mind. If someone doesn’t like a person because of their skin color, it doesn’t matter if you fight or you deliver mail; they’re going to have that opinion.”

― Tyron Woodley

“When someone’s portraying something they’re not to get underneath my skin, I’m just going to funnel that into a great strategy, and I’m going to try to get him out of there quick.”

― Tyron Woodley

“I think that it is important that one grows a thick skin fast in this business, and I think we have done that.”

― Urjit Patel

“I like to build a character, trying to stretch my imagination as far to the walls of my brain as I can to come up with something that feels truthful and feels real – as close to the skin as I can get it.”

― Uzo Aduba

“I put a lot of meaning into what will go on my skin and be there for all of my years of life.”

― Valentina Shevchenko

“I wasn’t completely comfortable in the footy culture because I wasn’t that comfortable in my own skin, which I am now. I’d fit in better now, but I don’t miss the training and the injuries you get playing footy.”

― Vance Joy

“I’m very into dark colors. I try to rock the dark against the ghost white skin as much as humanly possible.”

― Vanessa Marano

“Growing up, my skin wasn’t so great. I did everything, even Accutane, because I was always having breakouts.”

― Vanessa Williams

“My parents brought me up to be comfortable in one’s own body. And I have always been comfortable in my own skin.”

― Varun Dhawan

“Funny, I think that the only reason I’m compared to Prince is because of my skin color.”

― Velveteen Dream

“Beauty is only skin deep, but it’s a valuable asset if you’re poor or haven’t any sense.”

― Vernon Howard

“When I act, I act with my skin.”

― Vicky Krieps

“I see a dermatologist in L.A. called Dr. Harold Lancer, who is incredible. I’ve known him for years – he sorted my skin out.”

― Victoria Beckham

“There are two things in life that I really wanted to do: be an actress, and to be in skin care, and I’ve gotten to do both of them.”

― Victoria Principal

“To me the definition of true masculinity – and femininity, too – is being able to lay in your own skin comfortably.”

― Vincent D’Onofrio

“I believe that fairness creams protect the skin against the harsh effects of the sun.”

― Virat Kohli

“A stem cell is essentially a blank cell capable of becoming another, more differentiated cell-type in the body, such as a skin cell, a muscle cell or a nerve cell.”

― Virginia Foxx

“I have good genes. My father is Danish and my mother is Irish and Native American. They both have good skin.”

― Virginia Madsen

“When the shriveled skin of the ordinary is stuffed out with meaning, it satisfies the senses amazingly.”

― Virginia Woolf

“Freedom is an indivisible word. If we want to enjoy it, and fight for it, we must be prepared to extend it to everyone, whether they are rich or poor, whether they agree with us or not, no matter what their race or the color of their skin.”

― Wendell Willkie

“Most people think of the humidifier as something for arid climates, which I guess most of L.A. is, but it’s just generally good for hydrating the skin, no matter what.”

― Wendi McLendon-Covey

“My skin is super sensitive, so an oil-based cleanser is just perfect, rather than some detergent thing that strips it.”

― Wendi McLendon-Covey

“My skin is so hypersensitive that I have to cleanse it with oils and then back it up with even more oil. I really am just putting on oil all the time.”

― Wendi McLendon-Covey

“My skin is hypersensitive, so I use powdered sunscreen by Colorescience. I don’t know how I lived without it.”

― Wendi McLendon-Covey

“I can’t change my skin. I won’t change my voice. I can’t change my confidence.”

― Wendy Williams

“I don’t really have much of a skin care routine. I take a shower every day, but I don’t wash my face before I go to bed or anything. I’ll try every once in a while to put some moisturizer on my face. In fact, I would probably have better skin if I was religious about it, but I’m not.”

― Will Forte

“My skin is hard when it comes to my music. But with my movies, I’m still a virgin in a lot of ways. I’m not used to being shot down for no reason.”

― Will Smith

“You could see the flames and the outer skin of the spacecraft glowing; and burning, baseball-size chunks flying off behind us. It was an eerie feeling, like being a gnat inside a blowtorch flame.”

― William Anders

“Just like paying a toll to use a freeway, the token can be the pay-per-use rail for getting on the blockchain infrastructure or for using the product. This also ensures that users have skin in the game.”

― William Mougayar

“I am literally just a human. I have the same brain as you; there’s a skeleton under my skin just like yours.”

― Winnie Harlow

“I didn’t have a problem with myself or my skin. I had a problem with the way people treated me because of my skin. They tried to define me.”

― Winnie Harlow

“People have black skin, people have brown skin. I have both.”

― Winnie Harlow

“I get comments saying that I’m a leper, I control how my skin changes, I bleach my skin, my skin’s burned. None of those are true.”

― Winnie Harlow

“With vitiligo, my skin is sensitive in extreme temperatures.”

― Winnie Harlow

“Things were fine in elementary school, but when I moved schools in grade three, not only was I the new kid, I was the new kid with the skin condition.”

― Winnie Harlow

“I remember sitting by my window, wishing upon the stars that my skin condition would go away. I wondered, ‘Why me?’”

― Winnie Harlow

“I wasn’t born with vitiligo. It developed when I was 4 years old. My skin changed dramatically over the next few years.”

― Winnie Harlow

“I don’t remember my skin changing, but I do recall feeling deeply loved by my family.”

― Winnie Harlow

“I discovered that I was ‘different’ in the third grade. As the new kid at school, I was trying hard to find my footing. I thought I had made friends with a couple of girls – until they stopped talking to me. When I confronted them, they said their mothers had warned them to stay away because they might catch my skin condition.”

― Winnie Harlow

“My skin’s not a normal sight.”

― Winnie Harlow

“I’m very sick of talking about my skin.”

― Winnie Harlow

“A lot of people ask me how I keep my skin fairly smooth and avoid breakouts, and I think that’s because I always take off my make-up before I go to bed, and I mean really take it off.”

― Winnie Harlow

“I am not my skin. I am a model with a skin condition.”

― Winnie Harlow

“My skin’s not a normal sight. When a photographer says, ‘I don’t know what it is, but that’s just not it…’ I know. They like the different colours of my skin. They’re not getting them with a particular outfit.”

― Winnie Harlow

“A tall, broad-shouldered man with dark skin and a gap tooth – I wasn’t the image of ‘old Hollywood beauty.’”

― Winston Duke

“I grew up under the politics of my size and my skin. I grew up under the politics of the sound of my voice and a lack of agency, or a feeling of a lack of agency, and not always being able to find myself in images that were in the media.”

― Winston Duke

“My skin – very Mexican, very Oaxaquenan, and very human, from the color of my land and the diversity of its colors.”

― Yalitza Aparicio

“If my making history makes it easier for a trans kid at home somewhere to feel more at home in their skin, then I’m so excited about that.”

― Yance Ford

“It is not our sexual preferences, the color of our skin, the language we speak, nor the religion we practice that creates friction, hatred and wars amongst in society. It is our words and the words of our leaders that can create that disparity.”

― Yehuda Berg

“Akhilesh Yadav played a clever game by joining hands with BSP so that he can save his skin and use Dalit votes to win a few seats.”

― Yogi Adityanath

“Most pumpkin dishes involve scooping out the seeds, cutting off the skin, and chopping up the flesh before cooking.”

― Yotam Ottolenghi

“A great fig should look like it’s just about to burst its skin. When squeezed lightly it should give a little and not spring back. It must be almost unctuously sweet, soft and wet.”

― Yotam Ottolenghi

“Racism is everywhere – the older generations in Malaysia still say things like, ‘She’s darker-skinned; maybe don’t marry her,’ and it’s very judgmental. A lot of girls do try to get fairness cream to lighten their skin, and I’m against all of that.”

― Yuna

“Embrace the color of your skin and your own beauty.”

― Yuna

“I’m superconscious of not putting chemicals on my skin, like parabens and sulfates.”

― Yvonne Strahovski

“In general, I would say I’m probably a little more conscious of looking after my skin since I moved to L.A.”

― Yvonne Strahovski

“I grew up with horrible skin. I had cystic acne ever since I can remember. I ended up finally listening to those people who say you are what you eat.”

― Yvonne Strahovski

“Sometimes, especially when it’s cold, I get dry skin, so I scratch a lot. I scratch my arms incessantly.”

― Zac Efron

“The first time I ever tried edamame, I thought it was gross. I didn’t understand the hairy skin. It didn’t taste good to me. Now I scarf down a bowl of edamame when I sit down at a restaurant, and I don’t think twice about it.”

― Zal Batmanglij

“I feel like, every six months, I learn my hair or my skin anew and find a new thing that I like to do, and then I abandon it and move on.”

― Zazie Beetz

“X Out has helped me keep up my confidence, and I know it can help anyone who would rather have fun than worry about blemishes. If you want clear, seriously good-looking skin, X Out is for you.”

― Zendaya

“In China, we don’t consider someone truly beautiful until we have known them for a long time, and we know what’s underneath the skin.”

― Zhang Ziyi

“I like the MAC Face and Body foundation. Sometimes it can’t cover all my flaws, but I like it because it looks really natural and it evens out my skin tone.”

― Zhu Zhu

“Women will use a glycolic acid cleanser, then an AHA/BHA serum, then a retinol night cream and sure, they have glowing skin, but that’s the equivalent of a mini-peel each night. Go easy on your skin! Get good advice! We have finite layers!”

― Zoe Foster Blake

“I’ve stayed away from doing ‘urban film’ because I just don’t relate to the characters. I’m not going to take a role because I happen to have the same skin color.”

― Zoe Kravitz

“Glamour is about feeling good in your own skin.”

― Zoe Saldana
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