Washington, May 1 : Kate Hudson has topped People magazine's 'World's 100 Most Beautiful People list, landing the cover of the annual issue.
The actress, who says her 4-year-old son leaves her short on beauty sleep, wasn't always a glamour girl.
"I was a tomboy. I had three brothers. I was the girl with the dress on that always came back in the house filthy with scrapes and bruises. But I was always very girly. I had to be able to twirl so that my underwear showed," People quoted Hudson, as saying.
She added that her best time for looking good comes "at the end of the night, when everything's soaked in and I'm still up. I like the leftover makeup in the morning. You've got to wash your face but there's always the leftover eye makeup, I love that."
Meanwhile, the 29-year-old is all set to launch a new range of cruelty-free, environmentally friendly hair products.
Her new David Babaii For WildAid line has a range of shampoos and conditioners that are free of compounds, like sulphates and petrochemicals, harmful for the environment.