Playing "Would You Rather" With... Brooklyn Decker

Celebrity Style Oct. 18, 2010 AT 5:38PM
Playing "Would You Rather" With... Brooklyn Decker Credit: John Parra/WireImage for Victoria's Secret

OK, I'm officially obsessed with Brooklyn Decker. When I recently got the supermodel-turned-actress (and hey, let's not forget wife of tennis-great Andy Roddick!) on the phone, I couldn't help but think that her coolness and humor are maybe even more amazing than her A-list bikini body!

Brooklyn let me in on a few of her beauty secrets but not before we got down to chatting about her latest projects—like the film she recently wrapped, Just Go With It, with Jennifer Aniston. On being on set with Hollywood's favorite bachelorette, Decker tells UsMagazine.com, "I wanted to step up my game. She's so wonderful with comedy and was really great about being a leader on set. I tried to be a sponge and absorb everything I could!"

Would she rather be on location shooting an awesome movie with famous people or hanging on the couch with her (afore-mentioned) hot husband? In a perfect world, her ideal day would be to go out and shoot a "kick-ass" movie with people she can learn from then come home and hang with her hubs in jeans and a T-shirt, she says.

Which begged the question: Would she rather be in jeans and a T-shirt or in a skimpy bathing suit for a shoot on some exotic beach? The answer: "Dressed! 100 million, thousand percent! I'm definitely a jeans and T-shirt kind of girl," she gushes.

But when she is in that swimsuit, Decker swears she keeps her bod smooth by shaving daily (she favors the Venus Embrace razor) which exfoliates gently while removing hair. And she prefers a clear spray sunscreen rather than creams because the spray leaves a hint of sexy sheen on skin.

GET BROOKLYN'S LOOK:

Venus Embrace razor, $13

Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Body Mist Sunblock, $12

By Gwen Flamberg for UsMagazine.com. To read more of the Beauty Trend Watch blog, click here, and follow Gwen on Twitter!

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