Nicole Scherzinger In Bathing Suit Sees 'Something Wonderful'

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Nicole Scherzinger cherry-picked a famous quote to accompany a stunning bikini shot this month. The 43-year-old singer and reality judge stunned her Instagram followers in a skimpy bikini while enjoying time out on the water recently, showing off her toned muscles and curves as she wowed the camera as usual. Quoting Coco Chanel, the Hawaii native wrote: “Always believe that something wonderful is about to happen”- Coco Chanel 💛."

Read on to learn about the activities that help her stay in shape, as well as the photographs that prove they work—and don't forget to check out the 30 Top Celebrity Swimsuit Moments to become beach-ready too!

She Keeps Skincare Simple

Nicole is known for harnessing nature and keeping things simple, and that includes her skincare.

"I wash my face in the morning and use lots of moisturiser. Then at night I wash again, use toner, serum, and an eye cream. I have very sensitive skin so tend to stick to what works for me. I always drink a lot of water and stay hydrated, but I break the rule about not sleeping in makeup. I do it all the time when I'm shattered," she told NowToLove.

She Loves A Deep Tissue Massage

The pop star also dished on her self-care, adding: "I like a deep tissue massage by a strong woman! And for a quick fix, hot yoga, a cold shower, and an espresso shot. I like working out as much as possible, as it helps to set my mind straight for the day. The endorphins are great. I'm also very much about eating what you want, within moderation. You've got to enjoy yourself, right?"

She Wears Sunscreen

The bronzer might be heavy, but Nicole does pay attention to SPF and regularly uses sunscreen.

"Choose a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher and wear it every day. Higher SPFs are useful if you plan to spend hours outdoors, but if you spend most of your time indoors, SPF 30 is generally sufficient. If you have sensitive skin, choose a sunscreen product designed for sensitive skin," experts advise at Harvard Health.

She Sweats It Out In Hot Yoga

Nicole's social media is packed with impressive yoga stretches on the beach, but for her classes, Nicole likes it hot. "I love hot yoga. I just love the sweat, I love that it pushes you in hot temperatures, and I love the stretching side of it," she has stated. Nicole also loves to meditate.

"Physiologically, kindness can positively change your brain. Being kind boosts serotonin and dopamine, which are neurotransmitters in the brain that give you feelings of satisfaction and well-being, and cause the pleasure/reward centers in your brain to light up. Endorphins, which are your body's natural pain killer, also can be released," the Mayo Clinic advises.

She Goes Group For The Gym

Nicole likes to be social as she burns her calories. "Me and my girlfriends support each other for the gym. Because, you know, it’s hard to be motivated sometimes, so when you go you push each other, - we try to do different things," she told Women's Health.

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