A Few of My Favorite Things: Azita Ghanizada
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Ghanizada's beauty routine could be called well-oiled. For glossy locks, she says, "Moroccan Hair Oil is amazing—just the smallest bit gives luxe, shiny hair." For soft skin, she puts Neutrogena Bath & Body Oil on "straight out of the bath," along with Laura Mercier Purifying Face Oil, which she calls "the best facial cleanser I've ever used."
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To keep her skin extra luminous, she regularly indulges in the popular DermaLucent Red Light Facial at Kate Somerville Skin Clinic. "I've been going to Mandy at the spa in West Hollywood for a couple years. She is the pamper queen for your skin," she says.
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When she goes out on the town, Ghanizada turns to this foundation. "A makeup artist used it on me once, and I went out and bought it the next day," she says. "It works wonderfully with my Middle Eastern skin tone."
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Ghazinada is an admitted Pilates addict, taking reformer-based classes to keep in superhero shape. "[The workout] has kicked my body into a serious toned machine," she says. "I'm obsessed and try to get to a class three times a week."
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Los Angeles is full of chic places to grab a bite, but this West Hollywood eatery is Ghanizada's favorite. "The restaurant is owned by a couple of Aussies and has a really cool vibe to it," she says. "It feels a bit like something out of Napa, unpretentious but a little edgy with a great wine and cocktail list, too."
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"It's the most common dish in Afghanistan and super-tasty," Ghanizada says of her favorite go-to recipe. She describes it as "Basmati rice cooked with golden raisins, carrots with chicken on the bone or lamb buried in the middle of the dish."
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When it comes to traveling, the Italian capital tops her destination list. "Even though the city is full of so much history, amazing restaurants and shops, my favorite place is the Villa Borghese, a beautiful lush park with lakes, temples and statues," she says. Ghanizada loves traveling to the city because "everyone's in love and they enjoy life to the fullest."
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"Henry and June"9 of 11
While she says that an e-reader would probably make things easier, Ghanizada is "a books kind of girl," she says. "There is something about thumbing through Henry and June—making notations in the margins, creasing the pages that impact me—that you just can't do with an iPad."
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Ghanizada's super-product is this common household item, which she uses in a number of innovative ways. "It can help whiten your teeth, kill bacteria on any surface, clean water damage, disinfect cuts or wounds, clean vegetables properly, treat acne," she says. "It's amazing and cheap, cheap, cheap!"
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This comedy is her "guilty-pleasure" flick. "I watch it when I'm sick or sad and find something different every time. Mila and Kristen really stand out in the film as strong comedians," she says.
(Glo publisher BermanBraun also produces the SyFy series ALPHAS.)