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Paris Hilton in Bathing Suit is a "Barbie" Girl

“Barbie @ parishilton.”

Is Paris Hilton a Barbie girl in a Barbie world? You might think so after seeing her latest Instagram post, which she captioned "Barbie @ parishilton." In it, she's holding her small dog, which also explains the other caption: @hiltonpets, her channel devoted to dogs. How does Paris stay so glowy while keeping so busy? Read on to see 5 ways Paris Hilton stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!


This is Her Beauty Trick

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"One trick I that picked up years ago on a photo shoot was to fill a giant bowl with bottled water and ice and dunk your face in it for as long as possible. It helps wake you up, and the ice helps with any puffiness," she told W.


She Says Shopping is Her Cardio


Hilton once posted a video of her doing funny workouts, like curling a fancy bag.  "Since they just shut down all of the gyms again, I thought it would be a fun video to post of how people could work out at home—with of course my Paris twist to it," she says. "I never really work out in real life, because I am constantly so busy that my life is like a work out. Shopping is my cardio," she told Vogue.


This is the Self-Care She Can't Live Without

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"I'm obsessed with getting facials—I get them a couple a times per week, because I find them so relaxing. I've also been a huge animal lover my entire life, and my dogs are my babies. They're filled with unconditional love and so cuddly and sweet, and I've realized that when I have animals in my life it makes me feel so much happier," she told Well+Good.


This is Her Ideal Sleep Situation

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"A very dark and cold room that's like 66 degrees, an eye mask, ear plugs, at least 6 really soft pillows, a down comforter, the soft, velvety blanket that I travel everywhere with, and silk pajamas," she told Well+Good.


This is Her Wind-Down Routine

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"I just lay in bed with my dogs, and we watch Netflix to start winding down. I like cartoons and comedy—really anything that puts me in a good mood and makes me laugh. Then I take my R3SET Unwind supplement ($18) and drink chamomile tea," she told Well+Good.

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