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Ever seen an episode of The Vampire Diaries? How about The Perks of Being a Wallflower? The Roommate? If so, then chances are you’re familiar with Nina Dobrev, the 25-year-old, Bulgarian-born, Toronto-raised actress and star of The CW’s hit supernatural drama, The Vampire Diaries (of which we are the ultimate fan).
If you’ve been living under a rock for the last few years, The Vampire Diaries is a show about pair of smoking hot vampire brothers, Damon and Stefan Salvatore, who return to their hometown of Mystic Falls and become captivated with high school human Elena Gilbert (played by Dobrev). In later seasons Nina also plays the character of Katherine Pierce, a vampire with a vengeful streak and a penchant for stilettos. While playing two characters, often in the same episode, would be challenging for most young actresses, Nina effortlessly switches between the two personas by altering her body language and her confidence, making it immediately apparent which character is on screen.
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If you follow actress Nina Dobrev on Instagram, you know that she’s traveled everywhere from Monaco to Bali to Paris this summer for a mix of work and pleasure. Everyday Health caught up with the jet setting star of “The Vampire Diaries” during a recent press event in New York City for Air Optix Colors, a new line of colored contact lenses she’s partnered with. At the event, Dobrev spilled her best tips for staying healthy while traveling, favorite workout options, and more.
1. How she survives a long flight: “I’ll figure out the time of the destination I’m going to and I’ll sleep at their nighttime or stay up if it’s their daytime to try and beat the jet lag,” Dobrev says. “Also, the dry air on a plane is horrible, so I immediately wash my makeup off [after a flight] and I apply a moisturizing face mask as many times as I can [during a flight] if I’m not asleep.”