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Salma Hayek’s secrets to staying fit and hotter than ever!

Salma Hayek is undoubtedly one of Hollywood’s hottest women. The 45-year-old actress sizzles as a stripper in her latest movie ‘Americano’, and will be seen next in ‘Savages’. How in the world does she do it? How does she stay in such amazing shape, looking hotter than EVER!?

According to Shape Magazine it’s juicing! The actress has launched a new line called Cooler Cleanse, which is organic, locally sourced, hydraulically pressed juices.

In 2008 the brunette bombshell and juicing devotee approached New York City juicing expert Eric Helms to co-create unique, nutritious, and delicious juice recipes, and voilà—Cooler Cleanse was born.

“It’s a way to share preventative healthcare practices that have worked so well for me over the years—ones that can help everyone look and feel their best,” Hayek tells SHAPE. “I have many years of experience with cleansing, so I felt I had some knowledge to share. Our modern lifestyle brings a lot of stress and toxins into our body, and it’s important to help it eliminate them.”

What started as a labor of love has now become a nationwide delivery service. Starting at $58 per day, the company offers everything from a day-long mini-cleanse to recuperate after a decadent splurge to three- and five-day programs to boost body functioning and increase energy.

“We use a hydraulic press, which produces pulp-free juices with three to five times more vitamins. Our kitchen uses organic produce and nuts, which is very important to me,” Hayek says.

The fiery, flawless female loves indulging in rich foods from time to time, so cleansing is a great way for her to hit the reset button. “I always try to have our fresh juices in my refrigerator,” she says. “I let my body tell me when it’s time to cleanse… the first day is hard, but then it becomes easier and you feel energized.”

Do you juice? What’s your favorite recipe? Share below!

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JWoww shows off her giant tiger tattoo!

Jenni “JWoww” Farley has some new ink, and she’s showing it off on the cover of Inked Magazine.

The ‘Jersey Shore’ star, who now stars in a new spinoff ‘Snooki & JWoww’, added a tiger on her hip to her growing number of tattoos.

In the new magazine the 26-year-old TV star strips down to a little more than nothing, showing off her tattoo and “washes” a car.

She told the magazine that the tattoo is meant to “balance out the good and evil” on her body. She has a dragon on her left side (evil) and now a tiger on her right side (good).

I only have one tattoo, a small flower on the top of my foot. I don’t love it – I don’t hate it. I wish I had more tattoos, but I can’t think of anything I want on me permanently. How about you? What tattoos do you have?

FIRST LOOK! Blake Lively’s NEW perfume ad for Gucci!

Call me crazy, but someone over at Gucci gave Blake Lively a nose job! That is 100% NOT her real nose! Either Blake’s had a nose job, or someone gave her a photoshop nose job. Either way, that’s not the real deal.

Two weeks ago Blake Lively was given a major endorsement by Gucci to promote their new perfume, Gucci Premiere. Rumor has it she insisted on the director of ‘Drive’, Nicolas Winding Refn, to film the commercial for the perfume, which I can’t wait to see!

Blake already models for Chanel, and according to sources, was hand-picked by Karl Lagerfeld himself.

What do you think of her new ad?


FIRST LOOK! Check out Kristen Stewart’s NEW Balenciaga Fragrance ad!

Kristen Stewart is the face of Balenciaga’s newest fragrance, ‘Florabatonica’, and now we have our first look at the beautiful ad!

In an interview with WWD, Stewart admitted she wasn’t sure how to pose for the ads. ”When I first stood there, I was like, ‘OK, do you want me to show the curves of the dress? Do you want me to stand like this? Like that?’ And they were like, ‘Just be comfortable.’”

Along with approving of the futuristic floral ad (shot by famed photographer Steven Meisel), she’s also 100 percent happy with the fragrance.

“There is something natural about it,” the On The Road actress explained. “It’s very alive. I think that as a young person wearing it — considering that I’ve never worn a scent — it kind of puts you on this level of, like, ‘Whoa, check me out.’”

The star also admitted that she was rather nervous to initially smell it. “I’m very lucky that I like the fragrance, because I would have done anything with [Balenciaga designer Nicolas Ghesquière],”she revealed. “And I’m a terrible liar.”

Florabotanica features notes of vetiver, amber and caladium-leaf accord, a (hybrid) rose, carnation and mint accord and is set to be released in September.

I can’t wait to smell the new fragrance! What do you think about the new ad?

Here’s more from WWD:

Kristen on what perfume is “about”: “On a base level, the reason you want to wear a fragrance is because you want to smell attractive,” said Stewart, sitting in a suite of Le Bristol hotel here, wearing a Balenciaga T-shirt, shorts and heels. “That in itself is a pretty mature idea, especially considering the teenager I was. I was never the one wearing my mom’s perfume and trying to be sexy. I was like hanging out with my brothers and doing the opposite of that.”

Kristen actually likes the way it smells: “I’m very lucky that I like thefragrance, because I would have done anything with [Balenciaga designer Nicolas Ghesquière],” continued the 22-year-old. “And I’m a terrible liar.” Stewart said she was relieved the first time she smelled Florabotanica. “There is something natural about it,” explained Stewart. “It’s very alive. I think that as a young person wearing it — considering that I’ve never worn a scent — it kind of puts you on this level of, like, ‘Whoa, check me out.’ ”

Kristen thinks it’s ART: “Even though, yes, it’s an ad and we’re selling afragrance — I don’t want to sound pretentious — but I want to be part of this art project,” she said. “I want to be around Nicolas when he gets excited about fabric. I want to see the look on his face when he sees me put on a dress.”

What she thinks of the ad: “I think that’s kind of perfect for this particular ad. Usually, a fragrance ad would definitely be like,” said Stewart, striking an exaggerated, sexy lounge pose on the couch. “When I first stood there, I was like, ‘OK, do you want me to show the curves of the dress? Do you want me to stand like this? Like that?’ And they were like, ‘Just be comfortable.’  I find when you do a really good photo shoot, you’ve unlocked something that you didn’t necessarily know you had in you,” said Stewart. “There are qualities that certain clothes, or certain environments and certain people, bring to the surface that can be surprising. But that doesn’t mean that they’re not authentic.”

She digs Brigitte Bardot: “I think the hottest chick that’s ever walked the earth is Brigitte Bardot, and I couldn’t be more different from her,” said Stewart. “So my style icons and stuff, even if I look up to them and think they’re really cool, I don’t think [they find their] way into my own sense of fashion.”

Kristen on her new role: Up next, actingwise, is a leading role in “Cali,” directed by Nick Cassavetes. She explained it’s about a couple “in the valley that gets involved with really strange people, really screw themselves over and become alienated, reinsert themselves into that world and try to survive. It’s really ‘Grindhouse’-y — extreme in every way.” To physically prepare for the part, Stewart will become tan and make her hair blonde. “I’m going to get into the best shape of my life,” she said. “I’m going to look like a stripper. I’m going to look like a p0rn star.”

She’s not a liar: “If you don’t know why someone is the way that they are, then you’re just playing a caricature of a girl,” she explained. “So if an emotional scene comes up or something, I never want to lie. I don’t want to think about my cat dying when I was younger. A lot of times, you’ll read a script and you can identify with things that are very surprising, things that kind of shock you about yourself. And the process of making the movie is finding out why those feelings occurred,” said Stewart. “Sometimes they’re not always easy to define.”

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