The 54th Annual GRAMMY’S!

Awards season is always a good time here in sunny (though not today!) Los Angeles.  Since some of the P&G beauty brands were the official sponsor this year, I got invited to a fun pre-Grammy party at MyHouse (and no, not my actual house) and then, lucky for me, MasterCard invited me to attend the actual Grammys this past Sunday.  Of course, I became immediately obsessed with Rihanna’s custom Giorgio Armani dress and thought “my GOD, she looks AMAZING.”  The cleavage, the back and, of course, the legs…which brings me to the new Venus & Olay Razor.

It’s not available until March 15th but I got my hands on one a little early and guys, it’s pretty awesome.  You actually don’t even really need separate shaving cream (or shower gel, as I frequently use) because the Olay hydrators actually help the blades glide across your skin.  Loving this…almost as much as I love Rihanna’s dress.

Devon, me at the P&G pre-Grammy party

The amazing new Venus & Olay razor



EXCLUSIVE! Fitness Tips from Venus Celebrity Trainer Tracy Anderson

Truth be told, my legs have never been my favorite body part but when I heard that Venus razors enlisted celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson (think Gwenyth, Madonna and Kate Hudson), naturally, I was intrigued.  For example, did you know that 30% of women are currently using a men’s razor because they think they are better?! (Fact, they are not).  Well, let’s get down to the nitty gritty – I asked Tracy for some tips on how to get my hot spots in shape, e.g. my stomach and thighs.


  • Stretch and contrast (open and close the rib cage) abs during sit ups to lengthen the muscles for a feminine looking stomach. A good example is a PIKE – lay flat on your back with arm stretched out over your head and legs straight out in front of you; allow your ribs to open and stretch through your stomach.  Then bring your hands down to your sides and legs straight up in the air at 90 degrees, the shoulders and head will lift up in an upper body crunch.  Release back to starting position – do 15-25, and work your way up to 100.
  • Sweat during your workouts! It reduces unnecessary bloating.



  • Inner thighs bulk quickly; find a leg program that engages the inner thigh without bulking. Programs that have a dance base are a good example.
  • A simple exercise for the inner thigh is to lay on your side, supporting your body by leaning on your elbow, your wokring leg stretched out straight out in the same line as your body with the other leg bent at the knee so the sole of your foot is on the ground.  Lift the working leg straight up, keeping the thigh turned out, lower back to the floor, and then kick the other leg out to the side in the same line as the leg on the ground, making a small split. Do about 40 reps on each leg.
  • Stay away from spinning and the elliptical – they both tend to bulk up thighs!  Dance cardio is a great base.