Happy Birthday to Naomie Harris. Naomi played Moneypenny in SKYFALL (2012) and SPECTRE ( 2015) https://t.co/Noa4ZF8BkA pic.twitter.com/Ib9IWBUChH— James Bond (@007) September 6, 2017
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Faux locs are still having a moment and we’re not mad. The latest celeb to rock the style is Naomie Harris, who steered away from her signature straight hair while attending the red carpet premiere for David Walliams' West End play Gangsta Granny.
Clad in a white, ankle-length frock with T-bar sandals, matching nail polish and minimal makeup, the British actressproved once again that she is the queen of casual chic style.
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Harris first premiered her locs on Instagram, where she also promoted the benefits of partaking in oxygen facial and other forms of relaxation. She also revealed that (for her), the key to beating jet lag is to kick off your shoes and “connect with the earth."
Since ending the high profile press run for Moonlight, Naomiehas been open about her new quest to live a minimalist lifestyle. From her fashion to her home, the 40-year-old actress says she’s trying to clear her physical and mental space of clutter.
In another recent Instagram post, she revealed that a Netflix documentary inspired her new perspective.
We can’t wait to see what easy breezy style she'll wear next.
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Naomie Harris claims 'grounding' your energy and going barefoot after a long flight can cure jet lag
Naomie Harris claims 'grounding' your energy and going barefoot after a long flight can CURE jet lag... but doctors blast the idea as 'daft'
PUBLISHED: 00:29, 20 July 2017 | UPDATED: 00:41, 20 July 2017
For anyone flying to the other side of the world, the prospect of jetlag is overwhelming.
But Hollywood star Naomie Harris has one curious tip to cure the dreaded condition - simply take off your shoes and socks after landing.
The 40-year-old Bond actress has claimed that ‘grounding’ after a long-haul flight, a practice which involves resting your bare feet on a patch of earth, is ‘the best way to get in sync with a new time zone’.
Up in the air: Naomie Harris has claimed that 'grounding' your energy and going barefoot after a long-haul flight can cure jet lag
Oscar winner Gwyneth Paltrow has previously promoted grounding, otherwise known as ‘earthing’, claiming it can also combat arthritis and depression.
Yesterday, Miss Harris posted a picture of herself sat barefoot in a London park to Instagram with the caption: ‘Got off the plane and did my two “absolute musts” post flying... an oxygen facial (thank you @elemis !!), and grounding...
‘The best way to get in sync with a new time zone is to whip your shoes and socks off and connect with the earth for a good 20 -45 minutes!! Do that whenever you fly and you won’t get #jetlag !!’
In sync: The 40-year-old has claimed that ‘grounding’ after a flight, a practice which involves resting your bare feet on a patch of earth, is ‘the best way to get in sync with a new time zone’
In recent years, there has been a growing movement promoting grounding - the theory that being physically grounded connects people electrically with the Earth and results in numerous health benefits.
It is claimed that wearing modern rubber or plastic soled shoes means we do not have a natural electrical connection to the Earth.
But sleep expert Dr Neil Stanley dismissed Miss Harris’ comments as ‘daft’.
Fan base: Oscar winner Gwyneth Paltrow (above) has previously promoted grounding, otherwise known as ‘earthing’, claiming it can also combat arthritis and depression
Dreamwork: However, sleep expert Dr Neil Stanley dismissed Miss Harris’ comments as ‘daft’
He said: ‘There’s not a shred of scientific evidence for it at all. It’s just daft to believe that.
‘It may have some benefit in the sense that the simple advice for jetlag is that if it is light you should stay outside.
‘So going into the park and getting some sunlight will help restore your body clock quicker, but you don’t have to take your shoes and socks off!’
Earlier this year, an article on Miss Paltrow’s wellness and lifestyle website, Goop, claimed walking around barefoot gave ‘access to the abundant supply of free electrons’ which can help to combat ‘everything from inflammation and arthritis to insomnia and depression’.
The great outdoors: He said of the glamorous Bond girl's idea: 'Going into the park and getting some sunlight will help restore your body clock quicker, but you don’t have to take your shoes and socks off!’
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-4712536/Naomie-Harris-claims-going-barefoot-cure-jet-lag.html#ixzz4nSkQI5TV
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