Salma Hayek is having a great time as summer winds up. The star shared an image of herself on Instagram sipping a coconut beverage poolside in a sheer coverup and bikini!
The photo shared on Instagram on Friday showed the actress holding the coconut to her lips while raising her left arm high above her head. The sheer dress is a green and hot pink number worn over a sexy maroon bikini.
Hayek let her luscious, naturally curly locks hang free around her shoulders for the gorgeous vacation pic. And didn’t caption the images. Yet fans took to the comments section to praise the fifty-year-old.
One fan wrote, “Hotter than the sun she stands in front of,” while another wrote, “Ok queen where is that beautiful beach throw from?! It’s so pretty.” A third remarked, “So happy to see you living your best life mama,” alongside a burning flame emoji.
Salma Hayek has proven times without number that age is just a number as she looks delicious in every bikini picture. In an interview in 2017 with New York Times, she shared details about her self-care routine.
“It’s my natural colour, and it’s my natural white hair,” she told The New York Times of her hair. “One of the reasons I don’t dye my hair is because I don’t have the patience to sit through it. I don’t want to spend what’s left of my youth pretending I’m younger and then not enjoying life.”
Hayek also shared details on how she maintains her Figure. “I don’t like to diet and I’m not good at it,” she once said on her Cooler Cleanse website. She also employs an unexpected emphasis on posture to keep fit.
“Some people have the discipline to exercise in the morning, and I didn’t develop that,” she told PEOPLE, via Marie Claire. She then revealed how she’s been coached to constantly be working her muscles.
“I work with a woman in London who taught me how to hold my body in a way where the muscles are activated all day long. So even when you brush your teeth, you’re working the muscles,” Hayek told the outlet.
“It’s restorative yoga. She taught me how to tone [my muscles] without clenching them. You relax them and focus on the parts that need to be used, but never with tension. If you’re aware of your body, you’d be surprised by the effect it can have.”