Updated: Wednesday, 02 April 2014 17:00 | By Bang

Pixie Lott hardly ever exercises

Pixie Lott is lucky enough to be able to stay slim naturally and joked that she avoids the treadmill because it puts pressure on her vocal chords.


Pixie Lott is lucky enough to be able to stay slim naturally and joked that she avoids the treadmill because it puts pressure on her vocal chords.

Pixie Lott is lucky enough to be able to stay slim naturally and joked that she avoids the treadmill because it puts pressure on her vocal chords.

Pixie Lott rarely exercises.

The 'Boys and Girls' singer is lucky enough to be able to go months without working out and is thankful for her naturally slim figure because she hates running on the treadmill.

She enthused: ''I really need to get back into my fitness! I go through phases where I'm really into being active and fit, but I haven't exercises since I did my last video, which was in November. I find classes more fun than being on the treadmill.

''I prefer sleep and my vocal coach told me that running puts pressure on your throat. I was like, okay, great, no more running, that sounds good!''

Pixie, 23, is no stranger to experimenting with her style and has had her fair share of ''fashion faux-pas'' in the past, although she usually sticks to a simple and feminine look with a retro 60s influence.

She added in an interview with Britain's OK! magazine: ''I love 60s fashion.. It massively influences my style. I love Brigitte Bardot, Edie Sedgwick, the minidresses and the cool make-up. I go for a classic look with a 60s twist.''

The British star also shared her go-to skincare products with the publication, revealing that she favours French brands which are gentle and soothing on the skin.

Pixie added: ''When it comes to skincare I use La Roche Posay Effaclar, face wash and moisturiser. I also swear by Vichy - their products feel so nice on the skin. Make-up wise, I sue Clinique foundation and powder, they're great for touch-ups on the go.''

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