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How Jennifer Lawrence came to believe in the power of crystals—sort of


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It feels as though all celebrities have become crazy for crystals. Bella Hadid keeps healing gemstones on hand, Miranda Kerr sleeps with a rose quartz under her pillow (and infuses her beauty products with it), and Lena Dunham‘s always showcasing her beautiful rock collection on her Instagram Stories.

But not all stars are on the woo-woo wellness train—at least, not when it comes to crystals. Of course, if anyone’s going to be blatantly open about their disbelief, it’s the uber-relatable J-Law.

“I don’t want people to come over here and think I’m a crystal person.”

“I hate crystals,” Lawrence, whose new home is decked out in gems, told Vogue in a recent interview. “When I first moved in, the house was crystalled out—crystals everywhere, and geodes. And I was like, ‘Please get rid of these; I don’t want people to come over here and think I’m a crystal person.’ Not that there’s anything wrong with that!”

While we can’t imagine wanting gorgeous gemstones taken out of one’s house—they’re stunning as pieces of decor, after all—Lawrence was adamant. And she didn’t listen to her friends who told her she needed a “crystal lady” (the one who put them in there) to remove them properly.

Welp—problems arose. “I just had all the crystals yanked out,” says Lawrence. “Sold them. And then my $%!#*%@! house flooded.” So is she a believer now? She was definitely rocked (ahem), but stands behind her loathing. Sigh—I guess they just don’t bring her joy.

If you’re like Lawrence, you might be surprised—here are 3 unexpected ways to use crystals, according to the hip-hop world’s gem expert. And if you’re on team gemstone, this is a room-by-room guide to the crystals you need in your home

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