Jessica Simpson spends a grand a week on … eyelashes

Jessica Simpson spends a grand a week on … eyelashes

Jessica Simpson spends $1,000 a week on her eyelashes.

The 34-year-old actress - who has children Maxwell, two, and Ace, 15 months, with husband Eric Johnson - reportedly spends over $1 million a year to ensure she looks good and her beauty regime includes weekly tans and monthly laser treatment to zap cellulite.

A source said: "She spends an enormous amount on maintenance of her skin, face, legs and hair.

"She spends a grand a week on tanning - the basic cost of being Jessica Simpson is easily $1 m a year.

"She loves eyelash extensions and has them touched up twice a week. A girl comes to her house and she pays her $500 each time.

"Jessica's convinced she has cellulite and spends at least $2,000 a month on laser and light treatments smoothing out the back of her thighs and butt."

Jessica's beauty costs also include $230,000-a-year for an on-call hairstyling team and $50,000 on bust treatments.

The source explained: "Jessica uses Natural Breast Enlargement Cream twice a day. She also has the upper part of her chest massaged twice a week to help."

And the 'Dukes of Hazzard' star enjoys regular sessions with a celebrity fitness trainer.

The source told heat magazine: "Jess trains with Harley Pasternak three times a week at $1,500 per session."

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