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Tamara and Graham are partial to Kiehl’s

Marcy Cornblum talks to Tamara Taylor (Dr. Camille Soroyan on Bones) and Graham Abbey (Cassio in the CBC television production of Othello) about their style.

Tamara Taylor, actress, plays Dr. Camille Soroyan on Bones, airing on Global, Wednesday nights:

Q What products make you look and feel good?

A I have sensitive skin, so any and all of the fancy face products are off limits for me. I love just about anything Bumble and Bumble makes! Kiehl’s tinted lip balm is amazing!

Q Describe your style.

A Describe my personal style … yikes! I’d like to think it’s somewhere between “Phyllis” (from The Mary Tyler Moore Show) and Audrey Hepburn. My style is a little more retro than trendy.

Q How do you keep life in perspective?

A I don’t know. I haven’t quite mastered that one yet. Got any tips?

Q What things make life easier?

A The three B’s: Bossa Nova, the beach and my boyfriend (now my husband). I guess the three B’s will have to be revised.

Q How do you stay fit?

A It’s a pretty British workout. It includes hiking, stretching and yoga. No gyms!

Q What are your healthy eating habits?

A Balance is the key for me. Anything green, anything clean and very little meat. Of course, sugar of any kind and a glass of red wine!

Graham Abbey, actor, plays Cassio in the CBC television production of Othello, airing June 15:

Q What products make you look and feel good?

A I try to use products that make me feel good on the inside and outside. I love Gogi berry juice and the Greens Plus energy formula. I’ve been trying to get better at using a moisturizer and have been partial lately to Kiehl’s products. I especially like the Ultra facial Moisturizer and the Abyssine + eye cream.

Q Describe your style.

A My sense of style is truly limited so I rely on the good advice of my friends and fiancée. The only thing I know is never wear white after Labour Day and camouflage shirts are not my friend.

Q How do you keep life in perspective?

A My grandmother used to have a poem pinned to her fridge that said: “Don’t worry, don’t hurry. It’s a short trip, take time to smell the flowers.”

Marcy Cornblum is a freelance journalist. She’s developed up-close and personal relationships with celebrities including actors, musicians and television personalities.

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