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Gwyneth Paltrow is 'pretty content' with her looks and 'likes her wrinkles' She may be one of the world's most scrutinised women, but you'd be mistaken for thinking Gwyneth Paltrow spends hours labouring over her looks. The 42-year-old has revealed that she 'isn't the type' to look in the mirror and study her face and is extremely low-maintenance when it comes to getting ready. Speaking to Stylist's Joanna McGarryabout her morning beautifying routine, the A-lister said: 'I'd rather die than be studying my face. I just brush my teeth and try to get dressed and get everyone up. I don't tend to wear much make-up either.' Scroll down for video Low maintenance: Gwyneth Paltrow has revealed that she takes a laidback approach to beauty and would rather 'die' than study her looks in a mirror Wow. Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin really are on good terms. The Oscar winning actress introduced her ex-husband at the AmfAR gala in Los Angeles last night and even gushed about him to the crowd of A-listers in attendance. But it not just her ability to be nice about her ex that we impressed with, it her style too. Gwyneth, like a lot of the other guests, wore Tom Ford to the fundraising event but instead of choosing a revealing dress like Rihanna or skimpy jumpsuit like Miley Cyrus, she went for a very cool trouser suit from his SS15 collection. There nothing as sexy as a stylish woman in a sharply tailored suit. The contrast of this traditionally masculine look is always a winner and one we keen to replicate. Add a slick of red lipstick and a pair of high heel sandals to complete the look. Gwyneth, who advocates mindful living, credits her maturity for her relaxed approached to beauty and life and swears by sleep, good nutrition and a bit of exercise for glowing skin. The Hollywood star, who is extremely well-connected, also reveals that her famous friends, including Stella McCartney and Cameron Diaz, are 'happy about where they are' now. Gwyneth will be putting her beauty expertise to good use as she prepares to launch a collection on her Goop. The firm, which started out as the actress' personal blog on how to live a 'whole and healed life', is set to launch its own range of clothing and beauty products to turn around its flagging fortunes. Paltrow has hired American lawyer Lisa Gersh to heal the brand's image following years of negative publicity. Happy pals:The Hollywood star, who is extremely well-connected, also reveals that her famous friends, including Cameron Diaz, right, are 'happy about where they are' now Critics have mocked Miss Paltrow's tendency to champion expensive products such as £46 homemade fishfingers, £3,000 wardrobe essentials and a £15,000-a-week holiday in her favourite French chateau. Now, as well as giving its 150,000 subscribers tips on fashion, food and décor, it will offer them the chance to buy Goop-branded merchandise. Miss Gersh, who is now Goop's chief executive, told the Sunday Times: 'The good stuff, the lifestyle advice and the travel tips, will still be there. But we will be selling our own Goop brand of clothing and beauty products online. 'This is a chance to develop a massive new type of e-commerce company that was just not possible when I started out in the 1990s.' Gwyneth is also opening a second Goop pop-up shop in Dallas, Texas next Monday, where fans will be able to buy Christmas gifts featured on her lifestyle website.