The Everyday Supermodel: My Beauty, Fashion, and Wellness Secrets Made Simple

The Everyday Supermodel: My Beauty, Fashion, and Wellness Secrets Made Simple

Tracy O'Connor

Language: English

Pages: 336

ISBN: 0062274155

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

With down-to-earth charm, humor, and best-girlfriend tough love, supermodel next door Molly Sims shares her hard-earned beauty, fashion, fitness, and health secrets in this fully illustrated four-color guide.

Molly Sims wasn’t born looking the way she does on television and in print. Like all of us, she’s had bad hair days, weight issues, skin problems, career setbacks, and fashion disasters. The secret to her seemingly perfect supermodel look and confidence? She works hard to look good . . . and she’s tried everything,

In this fun and practical guide, Molly interweaves stories from her life with her own tried-and-true tips, as well as advice from the best in the business of beauty, health, fitness, and fashion. The ultimate guinea pig when it comes to looking good and feeling good, she’s learned what works—and what doesn’t—and is prepared to share it all with women everywhere.

Not afraid to dish on herself, Molly breaks down her personal weight loss strategies, anti-aging secrets, style advice, and so much more. Filled with insider secrets, easy to follow hair and makeup tutorials, on-the-go workouts, healthy recipes, and look good/feel good advice, it truly is a Hollywood tell-all! The Everyday Supermodel is guaranteed to transform the everyday woman into the very best version of herself.

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had a new, different kind of struggle with weight. As I’ve mentioned, after my first pregnancy, the baby blubber would not budge. Crapcrapcrapcrapcrap!! I was so depressed. I knew something wasn’t right; I was working out as much as I had prebaby, staying fiber focused and . . . nothin’. What on earth was going on? I went to an endocrinologist and got my answer. My thyroid and hormone levels had gotten screwed up during pregnancy (as can happen). So my doc put me on a natural thyroid replacement

start from the outside corner and finish the line to the inside corner. step 3: Brush three coats of black volume mascara on the top and bottom lashes. Keep everything else simple. This look is a no-brainer for any age or eye shape. look three BRONZED GODDESS WITH GIANPAOLO’S SUNSET EYE Every celeb does a bronzed goddess look from time to time. JLo, Charlize, Beyoncé, and Gisele have it mastered. Like any look, it can be turned up or down a notch. It can be natural and sunkissed or . . .

fill this whole book with her high-profile patrons. Tracey’s work is the epitome of what separates the ordinary from the extraordinary. We talked (while she colored, of course), and I got the scoop on how she turns me into Goldilocks and others into Sleeping Beauty, Ariel, and Pocahontas. {courtesy of Molly Sims} {Jim Spellman/WireImage} {courtesy of Molly Sims} {Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic} {Gia Canali} coloring tips Courtesy of Tracey {courtesy of Molly Sims} 1.      BE MULTIDIMENSIONAL:

myself. I started seeing a therapist. We talked about all those fears and feelings. Then it was time to stop the sobbing. So that’s quick Tip #4: Cry. Purge. Mourn. Do all that. And then . . . Stop feeling sorry for yourself. What was in the past—is in the past. Let’s face it: You cannot be in two places at once. You have to choose. I chose and I wanted to be in the future of limitless possibilities—not in the graveyard of past mistakes. That brings us to Tip #5: Choose the present. Yes, learn

Research shows that those who eat foods that have a higher water content have a lower body mass index and slimmer waists. •    Most vegetarian sources of fat are high in the “good” fat and low in the “bad” fats. Even the few that are high in “bad” or saturated fats, such as macadamia and brazil nuts, or coconut, are still relatively low when compared to dairy and meat products. •    Plant-based eating motivates your bowel movements and boosts your metabolism. The plant fiber is like a giant

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