May has certainly been Sheryl Crow’s month. In the last few weeks, the singer has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, dropped an album, and posted a seriously beautiful selfie on the ‘Gram. The 61-year-old “Soak Up The Sun” singer was completely glowing in a no-makeup snap she shared, celebrating her latest music achievement.
In the recent pic, the singer soft smiled next to some balloons and very delicious-looking doughnuts. It also seems like it was a special surprise from her sons, Wyatt, 16 and Levi, 13. “I have the best kids in the world! @rockhall is cool… even to teenagers!!” Sheryl wrote in her caption.
A lot of the comments congratulated musician on the momentous accomplishment. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is (obviously) a very big deal, and nominees and finalists are picked based on their career and votes, per Cleveland. “Best. News. Ever! Congratulations 🎊🍾🎈🎉,” one fan wrote. “You’ve always been a legend. Congrats!” Another penned.
Sheryl’s accomplishment is undoubtedly exciting, but I want to know what keeps her skin so good! First and foremost: Sheryl loves aging, and doesn’t pursue any skincare to look younger. “I’ve always made a case about embracing my age and although challenging at times, I really do love my age,” she told PureWow in 2020.
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However, she does have a few tried-and-true hacks for her flawless skin. She drinks tons of water, and has a locked-in skincare routine. The singer says she uses Renova, a prescription Vitamin A derivative, and La Mer moisturizer. She also says she loves Neutrogena and has been loving the iS Clinical Cleansing line, per New Beauty.
And as far as fitness goes, Sheryl likes to jog and row. She also says she loves to play sports with her sons. “My boys are into sports, so we’re always going and doing and doing and going; I think that definitely helps keep me fit,” she told New Beauty.
I love it! Keep doing you, Sheryl!
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