Emily VanCamp

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Emily VanCamp Beauty Secrets + Diet and Fitness Routines & Regimens

Emily Irene VanCamp is a Canadian television actress, best known for her roles as Amy Abbott on the WB series Everwood, as Rebecca Harper on the ABC series Brothers & Sisters and as Emily Thorne/Amanda Clarke in the ABC drama series Revenge.

Read below to get the scoop on all of Emily VanCamp beauty secrets, beauty tips, skincare secrets, diet and fitness tips and more.


Emily VanCamp Skincare Secrets and Routine

I just started using Natura Bissé products on my skin, and they’ve been working well.

Emily VanCamp Makeup Secrets and Routine

I use MAC peach-color blush and Lancôme mascara, and there’s a clear moisturizing lip balm I love by Dr. Hauschka Skin Care.

Emily VanCamp Hair Secrets and Routine

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Emily VanCamp Diet Secrets and Routine

I make sure to eat every couple of hours to stay high-energy.

I love my carbs, but I try to balance them with protein, like fish or chicken, and plenty of vegetables—and not nibble too many doughnuts.

My chicken souvlaki is easy, healthy and great with a Greek salad.

Once in a while, you have to give in to a craving for an In-N-Out Burger.

I think my skin and hair look better from drinking lots of juices.

I don’t deprive myself—that’s so boring! The best revenge? Being happy.

Emily VanCamp Fitness Secrets and Routine

Pilates is my favorite core strengthener. I do it three or four times a week. With all the strengthening and lengthening, it’s like ballet. Plus, you get to do it lying down! The Hundreds move is a killer. I can’t say it’s my favorite, because it’s not easy, but it works!

I’ve always loved yoga and Pilates, but Lalo has taken my workouts to a different level. Combining work on land mixed with pool exercises, we have found an incredible routine that really works for my body and gets me into shape fast for upcoming projects.


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