Celeb Secrets to Looking Good

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  • Cindy Crawford

    The 45 year-old supermodel still looks drop dead gorgeous.

    What are her secrets (besides being a supermodel and all)?

    For starters, she gets microdermabrasion once a month, a procedure that removes dead cells and reduces dark spots by light abrasion. In other words, mega-exfoliation.

    In addition to her monthly spa trips, she always uses lip liner to make her lips appear fuller, and makes sure her hair never is one-dimensional. Cindy adds blonde highlights to her dark tresses in order to keep her hair from looking flat.

    Sounds easy enough.

  • Helen Mirren

    Ah, Helen Mirren. The epitome of all that is beautiful (and unfair) about aging gracefully.

    The 65-year-old actress takes a more humorous--and less rigorous--approach when it comes to her appearance (perhaps thats why she looks so great she doesnt sweat it).

    She credits sucking in her tummy and a great pair of heels with looking confident and sexy.

    She said, Holding your tummy in is a trick for making you look and feel good. I dont know why, but I do, by nature, hold my tummy in.

    And her advice for making legs look long and fabulous? Platform heels.

    Four-inch platforms give you great height and make your legs look unbelievably long. I used to only be able to get them in stripper shops, but now you can buy them everywhere although, unfortunately, that means everyone else has discovered the trick too.

  • Meryl Streep

    The 61-year-old actress isnt just smart in her movie choices. She is also intelligent enough to know that in order to keep her pale skin looking naturally luminous shes got to stay out of thesun.

    Streep, along with many other celebs, is a fan of the anti-aging skin care line from Tracie Martyn. She also gets a resculpting facial from Martyn before red-carpet appearances.

    As far as exercising goes, Meryl shies away from high-impact, intense cardio workouts for the more low-impact swimming. During the summer, she tries to swim at least one mile a day.

    Were impressed, Meryl.