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<p><strong>Q:</strong> What products make you look and feel good?</p><p><strong>A:</strong> I’m a big fan of the Aveeno Radiant Line. I like theirmoisturizer and cleanser. I use Chanel eye cream. I’m addicted to a lipbalm called Modele. I also love Aveda bath salts.</p>


Jenny Levine, actress; starred as Josie Patterson in the movie Baby Blues; played Valerie Harris in the series 24:


Q: What products make you look and feel good?

A: I’m a big fan of the Aveeno Radiant Line. I like their moisturizer and cleanser. I use Chanel eye cream. I’m addicted to a lip balm called Modele. I also love Aveda bath salts.


Q: Describe your style.

A: My style 90 per cent of the time is jeans-and-T-shirt casual. I love high heels and cute little tops for going out.


Q: How do you keep life in perspective?

A: I’m very lucky to have a terrific support system. I have a wonderful boyfriend, family and very supportive friends. I keep a close eye on my blessings so perspective comes pretty easily to me these days.


Q: How do you stay fit?

A: I think of the yoga studio that I attend as my sanctuary. I also love hiking.




Glen Peloso, commercial and residential designer; has appeared on Restaurant Makeover and Take This House and Sell It, both airing on HGTV, as well as Renovate Your Wardrobe, airing on Slice:


Q: What products make you look and feel good?

A: I love using Aveda products, especially Shampure, Energizing Body Cleanser and the Tourmaline Charged Protecting Lotion, largely because they are natural, eco- friendly and just smell so good.


Q: Describe your style.

A: My colleagues at work say that I should describe myself as metro preppy. The stylists I work with keep me in the world of classic fashion trends and forward-thinking style.


Q: How do you keep life in perspective?

A: I start every day with a trip to the gym which helps to relieve stress. While I’m working out I remind myself of all of the people and things in my life for which I am thankful, so that finally the “small stuff” becomes just that — small stuff.


 
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