INSIDE AND OUT
"Beauty in my eyes is very biased, the most subjective thing in the world, and I think that what really makes you shine is what's on the inside, and since, one day, we are all going to get old and wrinkly, our soul and our essence is what really counts," said the 22 year-old pageant queen.
The Mexican native, who possesses a superb complexion, tells us how she cares for her skin. "I try to stay hydrated, by drinking water and Vitamin E supplements."
The young beauty also admits using moisturizing creams by Garnier to keep her vibrant skin healthy.
Now that Ximena upholds the crown of Miss Universe, she has to be sure to look her best in makeup when tending to events and public appearances. However, when not in the public eye, she prefers the more natural look and adds just a bit of powder to her look. "Translucent powders are great for covering up the shine across your façade. When I don't have to be all made up, the only thing I put on is that," said Navarrete, who confesses her favorite make up products are those from M.A.C..
FRAGRANCE OF A QUEEN
The perfume of choice for the young Mexican beauty is 212 by Carolina Herrera, a soft and elegant aroma with a touch of floral scents.
ALSO AT THE TOP
Who does Naverrete think is the most beautiful woman in the world? "I love Amelia Vega, she is gorgeous; I also really like Salma Hayek."
Ximena describes her look at classic and says she prefers threads from Mexican designers. Among her favorites are, Reina Díaz, Benito Santos, Alejandra Aceves and Alberto Rodríguez. "I love the fashion from the designers in Mexico," she said.
Took keep up her youthful figure, Navarrete says she exercises constantly. And her routine? "Half an hour or an hour of cardio every day and one hour of weightlifting; that is sufficient enough to keep my form," she maintains.
Believe it or not, Navarrete assures that she doesn't follow a strict diet: "I try to eat a little of everything. If you create a good balance, there is no problem with eating everything. But I always do keep up the exercise regiment."