Molly Sims’ new book offers tips on beauty, fitness health

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BY ALICIA RANCILIO

Associated Press

NEW YORK — Molly Sims is a self-professed girl’s girl and proud of it.

She loves to share the tips and secrets she’s discovered to looking and feeling good.

“I love sharing information like, ‘OK, you need to go blond. Don’t forget about your eyebrows. … Oh my god, you’ve got to check out this smoothie. OK, so I just went to this place and I swear to you I lost three pounds,’” she said in a recent interview.

Sims has compiled some of her tips for looking and feeling great in her new book, “The Everyday Supermodel: My Beauty, Fashion, and Wellness Secrets Made Simple” (Dey Street Books). She enlisted the help of experts like stylist-designer Rachel Zoe and Pilates instructor Alycea Ungaro.

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