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The Ranch at Live Oak

Malibu, CA Daily 10-mile hikes and four hours of fitness classes: These are the non-negotiable terms at this five-star boot camp, where you’ll receive tiny yet beautifully presented meals totaling 1,500 calories a day. (Typical mid-hike snack? Four almonds, two cashews.) Making up for the challenges are swish guest rooms, daily massages and 
a smaller dress 
size upon departure. $5,600 per week, theranchmalibu.com

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The Ashram

Calabasas, CA You’ll hike a lot, 
you’ll do a ton of yoga, you’ll get an incredible massage every day, and you won’t eat much 
(the food is spartan and vegetarian). 
But you will definitely emerge slimmer, 
fitter and utterly detoxed. $4,500 per week, theashram.com

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Blue Pearl Laguna

Laguna Beach, CA 
 A yogi and former model run Blue Pearl, 
which is equal parts power yoga, meditation and hiking boot camp. The organic light meals are delicious (when they’re not veggie broth). Everyone gets five massages during the week. $3,950 per week, bluepearllaguna​.com

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Premier Fitness Camp

San Diego and 
Park City, UT There’s a Biggest Loser–ranch vibe at this weight-loss-and-workout camp located within a spa resort. 
A physician-supervised staff of personal trainers, nutritionists and behavioral therapists work with you to create a program, but circuit training, cardio, kettlebell classes and nutrition lectures 
are de rigueur. $3,800 and up per week, premierfitnesscamp​.com

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Cal-a-Vie

Vista, CA Celebs and CEOs favor this posh fitness spa where the chef keeps you to your calorie count and the fitness staff works you hard. Expect a rigorous hike at dawn, classes like kickboxing and cardio-sculpt until noon and restorative spa services until dinner. $8,000 per week, cal-a-vie.com

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My Mom the Style Icon: Cheryl Rossum

Red lips, tousled waves... no shoes. A young photographer used to working behind the camera radiates cool in front of it--something her daughter, Emmy Rossum, knows a thing or two about.

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Salma Says

It’s not that Salma Hayek doesn’t appreciate glamour, but she does do things differently than your average A-lister, from a fashion essential she calls Plan B to theories about Botox—and some predictions about her friend Demi Moore.

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hang your party heels like fine art

PHOTO LEDGES Typically used to display framed pictures, they can also be used to free up closet space and create an easy-access boudoir. Paint the ledges—and even the wall behind them—to define the area.

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Keeping Nails Healthy After Polish Changes

Q: I am a complete nail polish addict and change my polish color multiple times a week, which is making my nails very unhappy. Any recommendations for keeping nails healthy during polish changes? Can you recommend a good base coat or polish remover?

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How to Mitigate Oil But Stay Moisturized

Q: So basically, my T-zone could solve the oil crisis. But oil-control products dry out the rest of my face. Is there anything to mitigate the oil but keep everywhere else moisturized?

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