On the pitfalls of bronzer–and finally getting it right: The whole bronzy, glowy look, I think a lot of people have trouble with. I’m from Florida so I always had this tan, then I moved to California and basically haven’t seen the sun since because I learned how dangerous the sun’s rays are. It’s really bad to put bronzer all over your face; you get too dark of a shade. When the sun hits you, it usually hits your cheeks, the top of your nose and your forehead, not your entire face. I had to learn that.
And her other fool-proof beauty trick… I kind of follow the line of my brows and fill them in with a pencil or powder. That’s one of the big things I learned: your brows really frame your face. It draws the attention to your face. When I was younger I used to pluck them and wax them, and I don’t even know what I was thinking.
But like the rest of us, she’s had some regrettable hair moments My hair’s been every color under the sun, and some are good and some are bad. I think the biggest mistake I ever made was when one of my friends was like, ‘You should just iron your hair with an iron.’ It was not good at all. It was just stick-straight. I was probably around 14 when I did that; I did a lot of dumb things at 14. That was bad. I used to also scrunch my hair. I used entirely too much hair gel. It was highly flammable, extremely crunchy. I feel you like you could break it. It was not a good look for me.
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