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Beauty Tips from Dancing With the Stars: Anna Trebunskaya

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Beauty Tips from Dancing With the Stars: Anna Trebunskaya

Even though Dancing with the Stars pro Anna Trebunskaya was eliminated from the competition, she stills looks amazing. The 29-year-old dancer already revealed the secrets to her sexy body (check them out here). And now, we got Anna to share her best beauty and style tips. Here's what keeps her gorgeous both on and off the dance floor.

1. Never Underestimate the Power of Your Brows
The number one thing I learned from the makeup pros who work on DWTS is the importance of well-groomed eyebrows. Your eyebrows can transform your whole face—if you take care of them.

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2. Leave Beauty Products Out of the Bedroom
Always wash your makeup off your face before you go to bed—no matter how tired you are. I wear a lot of makeup on the show, and then I have to reapply when I sweat. I often wash my face twice—and use a scrub to make sure I really get it all off—and then moisturize.

3. Keep All Essentials on Hand
I'm pretty high maintenance. I have to have lot of beauty products on hand, and I can't live without eye cream, concealer, blush, lip balm and mascara.

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4. Organize Your Makeup in One Spot
One of our makeup artists introduced me to a product called Z Palette. It's great because you can keep all of your makeup and brushes in it.

5. Try the DWTS Cult Favorite—or Find Your Own
We all use Boscia products backstage, which are preservative-free so they're safe on even the most sensitive skin.

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6. Have a Go-To Look You Love
I dress pretty casually when I'm not performing. Normally, I like to wear a dress and leather jacket with a pair of boots.

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7. Make Exercise Part of Your Beauty Routine
I feel amazing—both inside and out—when I work out. Five days a week, I use a Total Gym in my house. It's great for resistance training because it uses your own body strength instead of weights. And when I'm not dancing, sometimes I throw in some cardio or switch it up and take a ballet or yoga class.

 

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