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Who Let Me Walk Out The House Like This?! with Julissa Bermudez

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Special guest Julissa Bermudez shares her skincare routine and Ivana, Glorelys & Jessica discuss diverse hair types, the natural curl journey and the transformative power of embracing our unique features.
Show transcript
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Do you feel that the beauty standards have gotten worse because
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now there's filters as opposed to growing up.
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I thought he was going to say that you've been using these filters
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It's actually special that your significant other gets to
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see you natural.
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There was a guy that I met on bumble and he straight up was like
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you look like you're a catfish.
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Send me a video because he didn't believe that I was, they never
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seen this in his small town.
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I had my best pictures from my feet on there.
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So I sent him a video feed from my feet.
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I'm being raw and natural and I never wear my hair like this
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but I was on a delayed flight.
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Yeah, but it looks really beautiful.
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Ok.
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So, all right for me, I always grew up with kind of frizzy.
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My hair was always frizzy.
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I never had a super straight, super curly, but I remember when
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I was in, when I was 12, I really wanted curly like Shakira curly
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hair.
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So I bought a perm and I still feel like my hair has not recovered
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since then.
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My mom made me get a perm.
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Too when I was like, this is as long as I haven't been without
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a perm.
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So I had a, you mean a relaxer?
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Thank you.
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We have a Dominican hair too.
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I never had my natural hair out for years until I think it's
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been 10 years without a perm.
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So now the curls are coming back in and all of that stuff.
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Shout out to mes Rizos.
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I actually saw her walking on the street going to Starbucks
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She's on maternity leave right now.
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But I'm going to go see her.
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Do you know Merio?
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She does like natural hair.
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She's a natural hair specialist.
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So I'm going to go to her this year and work with my hair because
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I need to love myself.
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She has the products and they're sold all of curls.
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She has the salons.
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We don't those east coast, we all support Latina business
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here.
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So both of them are kind of curl which is dope because we didn't
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have that growing up.
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Are you on your curl loving journey?
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Because I am.
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And again, because there is another Dominican on here.
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I feel like since I can remember.
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And by the way, I wish I don't know about you, but I wish I can
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get all those hours back.
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The hours I have spent in a Dominican hair salon.
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Oh my God burned.
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So many people say that and you have straight hair right now
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And so do I because my hair is really naturally curly but growing
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up I strain it because I thought that was, your hair wasn't
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unless it was.
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Yeah, I'm like, this is my natural like, but it's funny because
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I wear my hair is curly.
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Now, that's the only time we get compliments when any, when
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I wear my hair curly.
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It's the only time everybody, like, I love your hair but the
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$50 put in straining it.
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Not one compliment ever.
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Really?
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Never, never.
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So it's an interesting thing in an episode.
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Like when people like us like more like you know what you doing
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the hair down the Drake like no sweatpants on whatever you
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more natural and people be like more nicer to you.
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That's interesting because she had a whole different, we've
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been talking, you had a whole different per Jessica on to the
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Sprinkle Sprinkle lady on to, you know, do you know about this
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lady as a text?
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Ok.
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So basically she has a theory about why you get approached
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by men the most when you look the most low maintenance is because
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well, she says is because they feel like you're more approachable
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because they can afford you, then if you look, you look complicated
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expenses.
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I believe in.
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I feel like I do stand up comedy and I feel like people are scared
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to talk to me like men don't come up to me and be like, can I?
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Well, I'm not going to talk back to them, but they don't be giving
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me compliments.
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We were having such a great time, but really we want to introduce
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my home girl.
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Well, not my homegirl, Julisa Bermudez, that actually I didn't
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say this in the green room because I like to wait until I'm a
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couch, get starstruck.
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But I looked up to you growing up, you were hosting.
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I remember we had very limited cable growing up.
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So it was everything MTV.
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And I would see you all the time hosting all the reunions Jersey
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Shore.
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And I was like, I want to be just like you, I like the G MTV, but
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I'm interviewing Julia Bermudez.
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It's like, I hope we all, everybody knows you, it was really
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dope seeing someone, especially someone that was Dominican
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being in that space.
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So I'm really honored to have you here.
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Thank you for having me.
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I'm sure let's go.
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I know.
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I know.
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Yeah, we can't afford that.
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So I'm coming from a hosting background.
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So seeing somebody doing that, that's Latina.
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That was always super, super awesome for me to see as well.
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So it's an honor to you've been in the game for a minute, 2005
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2006.
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You started it.
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How did you get started in that field?
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I know that you grew up in Queens and at that time, I don't remember
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ever seeing anyone that looked like it was on screen like that
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So, how did you know that you wanted to pursue that.
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Yeah.
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So in New York, you get a chance to pick the high school that
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you want to go to.
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And we have a lot of different performing arts.
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We have specialty high schools.
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So we have Aviation High School, which is in Queens.
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We have all kind of laguardia, which is a performing arts high
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school.
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We have a performing arts high school.
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So I was really interested in the arts and then I ended up getting
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so I auditioned basically to go to high school in a performing
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arts, high school.
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Shout out to an unlimited high school and right, but I ended
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up getting an agent and then auditioning and the way that snowballed
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was a cousin of mine.
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So jeez, it's so much I'm like, where do I start?
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So I had a cousin of mine, my mom said we're going to the Bronx
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for my cousins.
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Sweet 16.
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I didn't even know her.
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You know, we have like my cousins, we might all be related.
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This is how it goes.
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So we go to the Bronx, we go to my cousin's sweet 16 and I have
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another cousin there that's already in the mix and acting
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and doing things.
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And my mom was like, oh Jeronimo Queta La Fran, that's very
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Dominican.
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They always be like just talk to this person.
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It just like, you know, my mom was going to be talking to Le Manuel
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like I know him like that.
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I'm like mom, I don't know him.
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You're like, yeah, let me just call him up right now.
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My mom tells me to DM like famous people all the time.
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She's like, see like Alejandra Guzman or whatever.
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And Espinosa was the one she'll respond to you and ask for her
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facial routine.
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And I'm like mom, she gets like thousands of messages every
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day.
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She's not going to respond to me.
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But my cousin was not any of those things.
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It was actually just an extra acting in a bunch of different
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productions.
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And uh he did, in fact, give me this woman.
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He was like, oh, she's a Beita out of Long Island.
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She sends me on auditions.
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You should check her out.
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So back then it was, I mean, you had to literally take photos
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get them developed and then send them in the mail.
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And this woman was, she had a talent agency Malo management
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and she was representing talent and she would have auditions
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in the city.
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So I went and I auditioned for her long story short.
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She called me back.
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I didn't hear from her for like three months.
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I was like, OK, maybe that's not going anywhere.
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And then she sent me on my very first audition which was a Wendy's
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commercial and I booked it.
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We, we love Wendy's.
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I thought I was going to get paid in burgers.
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Oh my God at one point.
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And then it just snowballed from there.
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And one of the auditions was a hosting opportunity for a show
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called The Roof and that was on Mundos back in the day.
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And even this is a way bigger production than we had.
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So you were talking about earlier like, oh no, this is big time
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How we upgrade that back then.
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So you've been on TV for a while, right.
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Do you feel like I was going to ask, do you feel like there's
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a lot of pressures to look beautiful?
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You know, you've been in the entertainment industry for,
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I want to say maybe over two decades or so.
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Do you feel like there's like I want to talk about beauty and
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first of all, you look flawless, I feel like, I mean, you've
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been beautiful for like since you started on TV.
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I feel like you were crying on this.
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If you can see up close, it's stunning, but we're not trying
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to, I'm looking at you and I'm like, she's stunning and the
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easiest part about all of it is that I started on Mundos, which
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was a sister station of Telemundo and I feel like I looked old
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way back then.
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Mind you, I had just turned 18 because they were doing full
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on telenovela makeup and with age you just start figuring
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out your look.
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I grew up with three older brothers.
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I was a major tomboy.
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So it was really sitting in hair and makeup chairs where I gained
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insecurities, got over insecurities learned how to do my
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own glam because then you don't have a budget and then you gotta
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figure out, you know, not everyone knows how to match your
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foundation to your neck, to the rest of your body.
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And it was a different time then too.
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Like now you have all the resources but back in the day, I look
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white all the time.
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You said it was if you were with three brothers, when did you
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kind of tap into your femininity super Femme to this day?
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I, I'm so glad I grew into it.
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But back then it was the style, it was a, it was oversized clothing
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it was Jordans, it was all that stuff.
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So for me to answer the original question, I usually wear my
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hair straight because that's just the amount of years I've
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spent in hair salons and getting roos and really not figuring
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out how to ever style it for on camera.
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And no one, the first thing anyone ever did was I would walk
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into hair and makeup and my hair would be curly and every single
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time they would turn me around in the chair and I would have
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my hair some kind of straight.
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So I'm still just, I really truly will confess, I need a curly
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cut.
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I need to do the cut and I just hit or miss with the curly hair
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you know, beautiful curls or you come in and like frizzy.
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It's you don't tell someone.
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So I took a plane here and I was like, I thought I was going to
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have more time.
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So I was like, let me just be, somebody had gave me a compliment
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saying that they like when I look natural.
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So I'm like, let me really put the gel in and really embrace
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my curls.
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I get three hours into the flight, my whole hair shrink because
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it is.
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And every time I do my hair natural, I feel like Francine Arthur
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I don't know if you ever heard of that episode where she goes
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to Molly to get her hair done and she's like, I hate that she
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puts on a dress for the, you know, all the time whenever I try
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to embrace my things and it's so childhood into a child.
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I will say that the first time makeup wouldn't.
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My mom has never left the house without heels, full hair, full
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makeup no matter what she's like.
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But, you know, I've always, I saw my mom in the car on the way
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to school doing her make up like every day mascara just always
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looking top notch.
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So for me at every red light she would pluck her chin in.
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For me at a young age, I was putting a little makeup back in and
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I introduced all my friends to make up in high school freshman
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year.
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I was like, you need to do a bronzer a little bit here.
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I need a bronzer eye Lander Mascara.
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I made every single of my friends will credit me for help teaching
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me how to do makeup because as a Latin mom, she would just on
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it, you know, like natural.
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I feel like our generation of women like makeup kind of, there
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was like a big makeup boom for when we were younger, we didn't
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know how to do it.
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So we looked old like you guys, I look at my high school pictures
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in my early college pictures and I'm like, I look 30.
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I look way.
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I mean, I feel like I'm growing up even more as I get older.
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The biggest thing under the eyeliner inside you just wanted
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to high school for me, the white eyeliner I introduced to all
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the girls to the I wanted to be Hillary stuff so bad with the
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thick emo stuff.
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It was a lot does not discriminate it.
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I mean, it's a crazy statistic.
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I've looked it up for sure.
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Talk to me.
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I want to go on the table around the sala.
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What's an insecurity that you have that?
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Maybe you don't tell people a beauty, a beauty.
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I know I could start.
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So for me, I don't like going to the beach because I get insecure
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in a bathing suit.
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I feel like every girl has this but even just a little bit of
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cellulite freaks me out.
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But it's an insecurity that I have that sometimes where I'm
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like, I'm wearing shorts and I'm like, hm, maybe I just don't
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like the way my legs feel in shorts.
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And people ask me sometimes like, why aren't you wearing shorts
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or why don't you want to go to the pool or whatever it is?
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That's a genuine insecurity amount.
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And I'm like, and I need to be easier on myself on that because
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I'm like, every single room has one, But that's for sure.
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One of my biggest insecurity mark back there.
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I mean, there's levels to being fit like you could be fit and
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still have mats or you could be fit.
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And that takes a lot of dedication and hard work.
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You know what I mean?
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There's levels.
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So it's like and cellulite does not discriminate it.
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It, it's a crazy statistic.
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I've looked it up.
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Oh for sure, because only 5% of women have cellulite and you
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know what it is and the reason why men, you don't see it as much
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The appearance of cellular on men is because of the way their
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fibers are crossed differently, the legs and stuff versus
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women more intertwined.
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Ours is kind of on top of the tissue.
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So that gives the orange peel look of I don't be looking back
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there like that though.
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Y'all be looking back.
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II I don't want to I mean, I my biggest insecurity it was my arms
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growing up because my sisters, I have two sisters, they have
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skinny arms.
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Beautiful.
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No matter if they gain weight, all my weights on my arms.
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That's why I'm wearing this jacket.
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It's filled with that.
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Oh my.
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Oh my gosh.
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It's so interesting the way that your friends see you, I'll
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be like, oh my God.
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I hate the way I look.
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And my friends like you, they can be so enamored with you and
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you.
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I, the way I look, I can say, you know, like everyone is taking
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these natural in photo now, I just don't be literally, you
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know, they just take a selfie page, I'm kid but you just, you
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take picture i it and I'm like, no, I'm just saying I just don't
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take really good Instagram pictures about the lighting is
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bad in New York.
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That sounds hilarious because all the buildings are blocking
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your light, your typical everyday makeup routine.
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First and foremost, the most important thing I think is skincare
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that makes everything else because you can wear makeup and
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you have a bunch of cover a bunch of stuff.
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And what, so what do you do?
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Makeup?
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Literally what you've got going on under there anyway and
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that's internal and let them know because that's so true.
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Sometimes you just want to cover up, cover up.
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Not too, if what's underneath is good, then you don't even
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need all that in your heart 100%.
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I think the true because you can't cover up ugly no matter what
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you it's 100%.
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I did want to ask though because speaking of skin, because
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I get it.
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And you said your skincare extends down your legs?
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Ok.
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Do you do laser?
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I was staring at your legs and do you shave because they look
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perfect?
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No, it's so bad.
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I start with laser and then it gets warm and then I don't go to
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the appointments and I just, all the things, it's so much maintenance
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I a at the time.
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So that's why I just, I do but you know, when you start doing
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it starts going away but then it comes back.
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So I do all the things.
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Girl, I wax my nose.
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I do your nose right here.
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Does it hurt?
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Does it hurt your nose here?
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Start getting longer?
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That's we're all for you guys.
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What are three items you can't live without in your bag?
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That's very easy.
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I need my eyebrows done that shapes your face that you can be
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going through a lot of them eyebrows, red lipstick.
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No one will know you're going through it.
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Look at me.
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That is true.
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What you going through, I think for me it's you.
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I love you and I feel like sometimes with age you kind of hang
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on to a new thing.
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That's your thing.
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Mascara has been my thing lately.
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I got back from a trip from Montana and I'm not even going to
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lie.
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Makeup bags get dirty.
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So I was like, I need to go to the store and get a new one because
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there's like munch all over there.
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Like this is so hard.
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I try so hard not to get it messed up inside, but they always
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do, right?
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I thought it was just me and I'm like, why am I like this?
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Are you really doing your makeup?
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If you don't got man, why are you?
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And you want to go if you don't have you in the car as an actress
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your host, you're like, so, oh my God, this bag is also like
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my toiletry bag.
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There's a lot going on in here.
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Very small.
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Congrats.
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I got the primer.
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You need primer in my face.
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I don't need a lot of makeup.
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Must be nice thing you always need is eyelash glue and this
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is authentic.
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This just came from the flag.
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I didn't even prepare good.
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I got a lot of from the beauty 399 for beauty.
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Thank you.
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You always need eyelash glue because you never know it works
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like when you're about to go out and you're like, I don't have
18:05
eyelash glue.
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I don't carry that as much as I should actually gave me this
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for my birthday.
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She's a big influencer and it's always nice when we have really
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big influencers to give you the extras you wear the show this
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year is it?
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I know you don't know what it is to me and I don't you know, like
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sometimes I feel like your influencer friends don't realize
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like the gifts they get.
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So she as she was going through the gift, she's like, wait I
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gave you this.
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Yes.
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She was like, I feel like that's a good one.
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Yeah, she's like famous like a highlighter from her.
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Those are your top three that you can blush and this shimmer
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highlight the contour shit.
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OK?
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Like you are Libra.
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So you really take vanity.
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Are you a Libra?
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I love Libra.
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Let us know the three things you can't live without in your
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bag.
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Ok.
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Yeah, for sure, for sure.
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Lipstick for sure.
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And my favorite one by far is this one if you guys have tried
19:13
it, it's Rihanna's so I need something all my life.
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This is we're talking we're doing the bare minimum, minimum
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three bare minimum lips concealer concealer because if you
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take some of that and put it on your cheeks, it's really pretty
19:28
That'll work because if I'm only choosing three double end
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it, I need the under eyes bright.
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I need to look alive in the mornings.
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I kind of get like the dark circles.
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I'm looking a little crazy.
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No, he's a color character.
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Should I change to green or orange, right?
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You'd probably be a little bit more Bobby brown one in here
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Do you know I want to talk about it too.
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How do you know there's so many things?
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And I'm like I just don't even know how to use a color character
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I'm not picking, I feel like I have.
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Now.
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What are your beauty blender?
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For?
20:05
Sure.
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You can.
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You got, that's really tough.
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I need my boss.
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I need a really good base.
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The one I've been obsessed with lately.
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Dang.
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There's so many things.
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Ok.
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I love this Hydros by Fenty Skin.
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So it's got SPF in it but it leaves such a beautiful veil on your
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Oh God.
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Wow.
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Look how nice that feels.
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I'm going to go shopping in her bag and skin care, skin care
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You need that.
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I definitely need a base before anything.
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If I don't do that, then I definitely do.
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The Glow drops the drops from Glow recipe.
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So please can I see that you guys can try whatever you want to
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see.
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I'm all about base and this is another really good one.
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This is a matte setter.
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So I used it today because whenever I'm about to be in front
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of the camera or I'll do more mattifying on my teasing.
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I have a random l sticking to that.
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So you do the base.
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This is color correct?
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You see it was like a peach.
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It'll lighten up that darkness and then you put the concealer
21:09
over it.
21:10
I'm not used to having this on my face so much.
21:14
Just guys, I love this.
21:16
So wait, this makes you glow.
21:18
It's really, that's really nice.
21:21
Yeah, me too.
21:26
A setting spray This is the Morphe continuous prep.
21:29
It's so good.
21:30
Wait, so Julia, we said three.
21:32
You pulled out.
21:35
What is that?
21:37
What is the Morphe Continuum?
21:41
You oh Wow.
21:43
Delicious.
21:44
Thank you for keeping us honest, Ivanna.
21:46
What are the three things you can't live with?
21:48
OK.
21:48
Sorry.
21:49
That was a lot.
21:50
If you don't have to a moisturizer or an oil on your skin like
21:54
it, nothing else is gonna look good.
21:55
Like even if you put concealer or, or foundation it's gonna
21:58
be dry.
21:59
So I always use the og organic rose hip oil like it's literally
22:03
just the the essence of rose hip and I put it on.
22:05
So even in the morning, if you're like what somebody you like
22:08
or you need something quick, you put some oil on and you look
22:10
alive.
22:11
I I one t make up like you like you were sleeping when you put
22:15
it on mascara, you can pinch your cheeks.
22:17
Yeah, like right next to it that you brush your teeth.
22:27
But that was the day.
22:28
What am, what am I?
22:29
Oh, sorry, sorry.
22:30
This is everything Louis all the makeup bags, but I wanna shout
22:34
out one of our f hair today.
22:36
I'm looking at this and I'm gonna read my phone today because
22:39
I wanna make sure I got all of her accolades correctly.
22:44
So today's fierce hair F is Tracy Ramirez at Tracy Hairstyles
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originally created by Tracy um A fresh, she does a fresh take
22:53
on hair.
22:53
So originally created by Tracy Ramirez, a professional hairstylist
22:56
with over eight years of experience and co founded with Jonas
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Honea.
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Hopefully said that correctly.
23:02
A not a Noia society is a new take on beauty and hair.
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It is a full service beauty salon that provides a luxurious
23:09
yet relaxed environment.
23:10
The brand, the brand's name, this is like when you're reading
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out loud for English class, the you're doing amazing.
23:18
The brand's name inspiration is derived from the word Anomia
23:22
meaning anomaly in Spanish by creating an atmosphere that
23:25
is different from the usual beauty salon.
23:27
Thank God because we were talking about toxic beauty salon
23:30
culture.
23:31
Anaia Society offers services that the five societal norms
23:35
and help clients feel beautiful in their own skin, whether
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you're looking for a change or just want to relax and be pampered
23:40
Anaia society is a perfect place where misfits fit in.
23:44
Shout out to you Tracy Ramirez.
23:46
That's awesome.
23:47
Tracy.
23:48
I love that.
23:49
I have a lot of hair salon trauma.
23:52
I love that.
23:53
We love.
23:54
That's why we love boys when they take care of yourself.
23:56
By the way, guys, I found this one on Amazon and look how cute
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It says life is a journey.
23:59
The simple happier.
24:01
That's really, I have a question, Julia, you have a lot of great
24:04
pride.
24:05
This could be for anyone.
24:06
Has anyone ever gone on a trip?
24:08
And sometimes their favorite things are missing, but you're
24:10
on a girls trip.
24:11
And you're like, something didn't come back with me.
24:15
I feel like one of my friends took one of my lip gloss, lip gloss
24:20
but it's fine.
24:20
I was taking a lip gloss.
24:22
Sorry, Gabby.
24:24
You know.
24:25
So we were talking, I'm happy that we shouted out Tracy Ramirez
24:29
Sometimes I feel like I'm very nervous about going to salons
24:31
I feel like whenever there's a hair thing I'm like, let me just
24:34
not even go because they're not going to have the resources
24:36
for me.
24:37
Has anyone ever felt like that?
24:39
I mean, did you go to the salons where the strainer was literally
24:41
just a piece of iron, like just straight up iron and it would
24:44
burn your roots every 20 seconds.
24:47
And the ones that they put in the stove and I grew up with that
24:51
because there was nothing for Latinas.
24:53
I know I didn't know better.
24:55
My hair, my hair is really curly hair.
24:57
I know.
24:57
I know I didn't have it for a long man.
25:00
I had a teaspoon of hair after hosting a few shows.
25:02
Let me tell you, what do you mean?
25:04
Just from all the heat that just fall off and I got a weave one
25:09
time.
25:10
That wasn't a good idea.
25:11
What do you guys do to get your hair?
25:13
What do you do to get your hair healthy and natural?
25:15
Again?
25:15
What has made the biggest impact leaving it alone?
25:19
I was literally going to say that I just don't even touch it
25:24
and I wear a lot of wigs sometimes I'll date guys.
25:27
Like, why are you wearing a wig?
25:28
I'm like, you don't know, show business.
25:29
I need to be at the show at three o'clock.
25:32
It takes me an hour to get there.
25:34
I'll put my V part wig on.
25:35
Leave the leave out.
25:36
So y'all seen all the episodes wigs.
25:39
I know.
25:39
So when you're with a guy, when did the wig come off, let him
25:42
know there's a wig, don't touch my hair.
25:44
So you leave it on the whole time dating guys that kind of know
25:48
Yeah.
25:49
Yeah.
25:49
Yeah.
25:49
I like to date a lot of guys that understand like, you know,
25:53
I'm a black Latina, right?
25:54
So I like them to understand that, you know, don't come over
25:57
here ask me these questions, right?
26:01
And I won't be actually no, let's do it.
26:06
I got nervous that he was going to say you look like a catfish
26:09
I would be so scared if somebody said like a catfish because
26:12
I do be lying sometimes on the internet.
26:13
Well, I don't want to get caught up in some shit, but we would
26:18
like you to get caught up a few weeks ago.
26:20
I have reconnected with one of my exes.
26:23
We were going to talk about the off camera but he gave me this
26:25
such a beautiful complex, you know, sometimes I people will
26:27
give you compliments but it has to come from sometimes it comes
26:30
to the right person.
26:31
He was like, I love like he was telling me that I use so many filters
26:33
on Instagram and I was like, mind your business.
26:35
But he's like, I love the way that you look without filters
26:38
You don't even know the way that you look in my eyes and I have
26:41
my hair out.
26:42
No way, no product looking crazy because I'm going through
26:46
a transitional phase and it was just so nice to get that compliment
26:50
as a black girl to be like, you're beautiful the way you are
26:53
And that's why I try to put my hair out natural today and I'm
26:56
it looks great.
26:57
It's so true though because we were talking about the off camera
26:59
It's like the first time you wake up right next to a guy that
27:03
has now he's seeing you for the first time, your natural glory
27:06
And when they compliment you and they sit there and say, you
27:09
know what like Jess, like I love you like this so much more without
27:12
the lashes because that's one thing is I love a good lash.
27:15
So when I don't have them and sometimes I'm like, OK, well,
27:17
this looks different.
27:17
I like the way I look, but I'm always wondering if maybe the
27:20
person that I'm seeing is gonna like the way that I look.
27:22
So that is the best all of us because it's when you feel most
27:26
vulnerable because it's like you're looking at them and the
27:28
unexpected, I had the guy I'm dating, I had my hair super C the
27:31
other day and he told me he's like, I love your hair like that
27:33
And I was like, really?
27:34
He's never called and did it once with it.
27:38
Felt good that I could just wash my hair there and not worry
27:40
about it.
27:40
Why does it have to come from?
27:42
And this is sometimes we should be able to say, you know, we'll
27:48
take the compliment and we love it and keep it moving.
27:51
But how do we like to see ourselves?
27:53
And I think that is the hardest kind of accepting of the compliments
27:59
because it's like it shouldn't take and it's such a mind.
28:03
Fuck that it takes a man or other people a lot of self love that
28:10
But I think a lot for me, especially being Afro Latina growing
28:13
up.
28:13
I was never the girl that guys wanted to date because my hair
28:16
was messed up.
28:17
So I know, look, we're in the two thousands in the, in late two
28:22
thousands back in the day, guys were really mean and they were
28:24
like, I don't want to date, they were hairs, whatever.
28:27
And I just didn't have, I would stuff my bra moments where we
28:32
didn't feel good and you're right, it doesn't need to come
28:34
from a guy.
28:35
But sometimes when you're not the preferred person, you just
28:38
kind of feel ugly.
28:39
So I'm like it was just nice and I'm healing as 33 year old, whatever
28:44
It was just the young girl.
28:46
Me was like, wow, I feel really seen by this guy that gets my
28:49
texture.
28:50
It's a very intimate thing I think for me, my hair is so intimate
28:54
I just never liked it.
28:56
It's like the last piece of the puzzle once I get to like myself
28:59
I'm like, I'm going to be unstoppable, but I'm still working
29:01
on that in real time right now.
29:03
You definitely don't need that validation for men.
29:05
But it always feels nice a little bit like sure if it's a guy
29:09
that you really like, you're like, OK, you want him to see you
29:11
as you?
29:12
Are you kidding?
29:19
Let's not focus on that.
29:20
But you did mention filters.
29:22
And I want to ask you guys, do you feel that the beauty standards
29:27
have gotten worse?
29:29
Because now there's filters as opposed to growing up because
29:32
to your point growing up boys were mean and shoot, I grew up
29:37
with three older brothers and I just told you guys I would stuff
29:39
my bras back when I back in my day, we would wear water bras.
29:43
That was the thing that I know they don't, they, they don't
29:46
have them and to bring those back.
29:48
Listen, once upon a time, a water bra was my best friend.
29:52
It was that dusty bra that like till the wheels fell off.
29:55
I was wearing that bra because I wanted to, I was, I was so skinny
29:59
I didn't have a body.
30:00
I was six o'clock up and down, straight up.
30:02
No curves.
30:03
I'm and anyone who knows that has been watching me throughout
30:08
the trajectory of my career knows I am not lying.
30:11
People would write comments and say you need to eat a burger
30:14
I would drink.
30:15
Sure.
30:15
Oh, yeah.
30:17
So do you think that because there's always beauty standards
30:21
that start changing back in the day?
30:23
It was the big boobs and Pamela Anderson and Baywatch and at
30:28
least I feel and then it became like skinny model and then it
30:35
became, I will say like at the beginning when filters were
30:41
just like the color like the like the dark filter, like I wanna
30:46
be natural, I don't wanna be fake.
30:47
So I would be like the lightest one and now that I see all the
30:49
options, I'm like, wow, I look so much better with this one
30:53
but I I me, you know what I mean?
30:55
But sometimes you just don't have or even the apps, the face
31:00
apps that is a whole different thing is literally changing
31:06
your whole face can be their face.
31:09
First of all, if you're not even smiling in a photo, you can
31:11
you can make a sometimes I think when you're in entertainment
31:16
and you just need we are all wearing makeup, right?
31:18
I think the filter is this is something I always say if I can
31:21
achieve this.
31:22
Look at some point.
31:23
I'm not lying.
31:25
I agree that the biggest is when you're outside people like
31:29
wow, you look just like your Instagram.
31:31
No, it was like it was just like it actually special that your
31:37
significant other gets to see you natural.
31:41
This is a treasure for him or her for you to be.
31:45
I feel sexy and beautiful and natural.
31:47
I, and you get to see it.
31:48
Not many people do like this all the time.
31:51
It was a kind of a special bond thing and you don't tell anybody
31:55
I look like this.
31:58
I got, I got nervous that he was gonna say you look like a catfish
32:04
because I, I thought he was going to say that like you been using
32:07
these filters and I was like, I would be so scared if somebody
32:10
said like a catfish because I do be lying sometimes on the internet
32:12
OK?
32:13
Wait, that's funny.
32:14
You know, I'm on bumble.
32:16
So there was a guy that I met on bumble and he straight up was
32:19
like, because he's from a small town.
32:21
So he's like you look like you're a catfish.
32:23
Send me a video because he didn't believe that I was who I said
32:25
they never seen this in his small town and it said Los Angeles
32:30
And then I had my best pictures from my feet on there.
32:32
So I sent him a video feed from my feet.
32:41
That was one of the first messages he sent me, he was like, send
32:45
me a video of you.
32:46
Like here's me like, so I know who you are, who you say you are
32:49
So I sent him a video, I'm like, hey, my name's Jess, whatever
32:52
He's like, oh OK.
32:53
And then I met him in person and he did say he's like, you look
32:55
even better.
32:56
Like I'm so happy you're not a catfish.
32:57
He's like, I look at you better in person than on your Instagram
33:02
Better in person.
33:03
The filters as inspiration and some of the filters are really
33:08
good to be inspired by certain things.
33:10
The fillers Botox and fillers be completely honest for me
33:18
My rule is I want to wait until I start having kids to start playing
33:21
with.
33:21
I really, you don't need I'm saying maybe won't need them that
33:26
I can prevent it because a lot of people don't know that Botox
33:29
Botox is actually for because my dad's a cosmetic surgeon
33:33
ever since we were like 20 my mom and dad was like, you should
33:36
do a little Botox to prevent.
33:38
And I was like, I told you no, my dad when we were like young,
33:40
all those three girls, like it's just preventative, it's
33:42
prevented and prevent it.
33:43
I'm like, what does that mean?
33:43
It means that when you have wrinkles, they form because they
33:47
become permanent wrinkles from your, your hiss, right?
33:49
So like every time you smell and you're in the sun, it becomes
33:52
permanent.
33:52
So in order for them to not be permanent, you just put a little
33:55
Botox, not saying a lot, but that way it never becomes a permanent
33:58
wrinkle.
33:58
I'm not saying that you can't look like myself, but a lot of
34:01
them don't look at themselves because they waited too long
34:04
and then they inject themselves with too much Botox and they're
34:05
like, no, they can't frozen.
34:07
They're like, you know how you used to look.
34:08
But if you never let it get to that point, which I like both.
34:11
I like wrinkles.
34:12
I like no wrinkles, but it's a nice preventative option.
34:14
Let me tell you something with HD and as clear as these cameras
34:18
are these days and for acting and stuff, I feel like Botox has
34:21
actually helped me very much.
34:23
I can be really expressive and although there have been times
34:27
where I'm like, dang, I can't even move my head.
34:28
I was oh my God.
34:30
To go on this audition.
34:32
I went through, I sw, I sw that is so funny.
34:40
One time I have a home girl, she does a lot of Botox and when we
34:43
be arguing, I'm like, well, I, because you know, I'm, I'm like
34:45
bitch, I don't know if you're mad enough, right?
34:48
That part.
34:49
But it's funny with the bigger things, the fillers and like
34:52
the, the body stuff because he also does like lipo and things
34:55
like if I ever mentioned anything, he'd be like, no No, Ivana
34:58
like you're so young, you're like, keep the youth, keep that
35:00
beautiful, like youth that will fade like this.
35:03
If you get fillers, you feel like this.
35:04
If you get Lipo or even, even though I do notice when they do
35:07
get overfilled, it actually makes you look older.
35:11
So there's that fine line, no pun intended.
35:14
But there is that, that point where you've done a little too
35:18
much or gone a little too far where it actually ages you as opposed
35:22
to the effect that you want, which is to make you not look.
35:26
And I do, I do also believe that it is addicting.
35:28
It can get really addicting like people are addicted to it
35:31
They'll do it like all the time, like Bible, like every three
35:34
months or every two months or so, whatever the regimen is and
35:37
that's when it gets, it's too much because it just, I mean,
35:40
I don't know, I'm not a doctor but I'm assuming it just built
35:42
and built up a lot of fillers.
35:44
I mean, I know this because my dad, but a lot of fillers, it dissolves
35:46
but it's also like collagen.
35:48
So like your own collagen starts, starts growing at the same
35:50
time.
35:51
So sometimes their cheeks get even bigger and after they're
35:53
like done, it starts growing even more because it's like stimulating
35:56
the, the your own collagen can move and shift also and it can
36:00
move, it could shift it and go down it can go up.
36:01
So it's really, it's a really big risk.
36:03
Does your dad have his own practice and everything?
36:10
Morpheus.
36:11
Morpheus Morpheus.
36:15
But I heard it is the most painful thing on the market.
36:18
I have friends that have done it and they're like, bitch, it
36:21
changes your whole face.
36:22
I've had a friend that's been on it with laughing gas and has
36:25
said, and my tolerance for pain is, does it make you look beautiful
36:29
because it's like a natural.
36:31
So what ends up happening is so check this out, they're stamping
36:36
your face a bunch of tiny, tiny needles because in order to
36:41
have the collagen, new cells and for the collagen to rebuild
36:45
your skin basically needs to be injured for it to repair itself
36:49
So they basically are injuring your skin, your face with a
36:53
bunch of tiny needles rupturing your skin so that the collagen
36:58
starts coming out.
36:59
So that's why you end up looking red like hellboy.
37:03
And in a week you end up with the clear fresh skin.
37:06
Yes.
37:07
So is it the same thing?
37:16
But I've also look everyone in my family, my grand, my great
37:22
grandma, my mom, they all look really good.
37:24
I'm like, I don't think I need, I was a good person on the planet
37:28
So I don't have a question.
37:30
I'm really to be here.
37:32
No, no, please.
37:33
I love this conversation.
37:34
But I wanted to ask you guys.
37:35
So what's one beauty thing that you absolutely hated when
37:40
you were younger and now you love so much like, dang, that is
37:43
the best thing about me.
37:45
Oh, my God.
37:46
What do you think as in a body and everything on your own?
37:48
Ok.
37:49
A feature.
37:49
You have a feature for sure.
37:51
My dimples and I'm talking when I was little, little 789.
37:54
Even, probably until I was 12.
37:55
I wouldn't, people wouldn't, you know, they'd always talk
37:58
about my dimples and I'm like, I never saw it now that I'm older
38:00
I'm like, I'm so happy I have, he's like, it is different.
38:02
I think I didn't like it because somebody in the fourth grade
38:05
told me that it meant I was deformed.
38:07
I had like a deformed face.
38:09
But I think it is.
38:10
I think I went to heart and I was like, oh, wow.
38:13
And I took it as I have a deformity on my face.
38:15
So it was actually like a sensitive subject.
38:19
Oh my God, I would say, but I have a butt chin and when I was younger
38:26
I just really didn't like it and I want to fill it in, but now
38:30
I kind of just have to live with it.
38:31
Me and my butt just chill every day.
38:33
Kick it.
38:35
You can't see it now because I, when I, there's like a hole and
38:39
it like a real but, but now I just chill with it.
38:41
Hang out with it.
38:43
You kick in.
38:46
I, I think that for me, my biggest insecurity has always been
38:50
my hair.
38:50
But I think that when I start embracing it, I have versatility
38:53
and a lot of people can't do a lot with their hair and everyone
38:56
that has straight hair, you know what they want.
38:57
But I can do straight, I could do curly, I could do box braids
39:00
I could do everything and I'm like, I just got to embrace it
39:04
So that's kind of what makes it.
39:06
I get to express my personality through my hair.
39:08
But I don't know if I had anything else.
39:10
Like I've always been self conscious about my weight but then
39:12
I look at photos, I'm like, I wasn't even fat then so that you
39:15
yourself, I'm looking at right now, speaking to me, I'm looking
39:20
at I'm the biggest I've been and I'm fine, love it, whatever
39:24
But I go back and look at pictures like I thought it was big there
39:27
I'm like, bitch, can you get it together?
39:28
Can we find a way that we feel good at?
39:30
Because you don't like any of your pictures.
39:32
So I'm like, I just wish I was more embracing of my thick body
39:36
a little bit.
39:36
I think the most important thing if I was like a younger girl
39:39
growing up is like, like being healthy, be healthy because
39:43
it shows and that's like sleep and drinking and whatever,
39:46
smoking and being like depressed, like when you're happier
39:48
and you're taking care of yourself and you're eating right
39:50
and you're like, in a good place.
39:51
You glow regardless.
39:53
I think that's when I see myself that I'm 18 and 20.
39:55
I'm like, oh God, what is that?
39:57
Like?
39:57
I'm like, what is that?
39:58
I'm like a shell of a human because I wasn't there.
40:00
I wouldn't get my sister put sunscreen on, get a hat.
40:03
But I'm like, I'm fine, I'm going to be young forever And then
40:05
I look back and I'm like, I look like it and it creeps up when
40:11
you a picture like maybe even four years ago, five years ago
40:14
I'm like, what is happening right now?
40:16
So I think that on me, the Snapchat me the word what you really
40:22
able to, you can serve your beauty right now, your youth.
40:25
I mean, in a way you can conserve it by taking care of yourself
40:28
I'm going to be the cheesy Libra and say balance because I strive
40:31
for it.
40:32
And Lord knows my scales be tilt.
40:34
She looks like she has the skin of a three year old.
40:37
I cannot make this up when she walked in.
40:40
I looked at her legs and I was like, I'm going to ask her on the
40:42
podcast like if she does laser or something, you never told
40:45
us your skin routine.
40:46
Oh, it's so many things.
40:48
Well, I never, no matter how, I mean, I got to be and I do not recommend
40:54
like J Lo said recently.
40:55
She's like, I don't drink to get shit faced.
40:57
I'm like, no, I don't drink to get that either.
40:59
However, I will say I don't ever go to sleep without taking
41:04
my makeup off double cleanse.
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I can, I won't even remember.
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This is bad to say I won't even remember that.
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I did my skincare routine.
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I've gone home so lit and I'll wake up in the morning and I'm
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like, because that's amazing.
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And you know, on your face, I go to my contact, my eyelash, my
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sheet will get messed up because every time I from my friend's
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house, they're going to get red on their lips on the, I know
41:34
she tell me I got what else other than the face wash double.
41:39
So first you break down the makeup so you need some kind of cleansing
41:43
oil.
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Wives, people go back and forth about it.
41:46
But if that's all you got sure.
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But don't let that be the only thing that should be the I have
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I have.
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Yeah, it is.
41:58
But I've gone and found more of a gentle so summer Fridays has
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one.
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I tried.
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That's more gentle.
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What I think as women, we don't do enough and I probably look
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like a greasy hot mess right now because I don't think we moisturize
42:14
it.
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We don't add enough moisture back into our skin.
42:17
So I think, and we don't exfoliate enough either.
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We don't polish cloth.
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I like to say enough but hydration is key, whether it's ingesting
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it with literally water or Hyaluronic acid and ingredients
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Hyaluronic acid.
42:33
Yes, it is.
42:35
You're going to love the Glow recipe.
42:36
I'm going to give it to you.
42:37
I may ask you no, the Glow recipe.
42:40
I have a quick question for you.
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Do you all use sunscreen?
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Yes, I try to, I try my best.
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I wake up every day and I try to, I like going running in the mornings
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and that's the only thing I'll have on my face is sunscreen
42:52
I need to find a really good one that goes well under makeup
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though.
42:54
Super super group is good.
42:57
But that first of all Elf has one.
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That's amazing right now.
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I hope we have some good products Glow Sunscreen from Elf Bomb
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that Fenty Hydro Visor.
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Beautiful sunscreen.
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Yes, it has sunscreen in it.
43:10
That's why I love it because it gives you such a beautiful veil
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and it gives you that glow.
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But then you can also layer, look at my hand from where I put
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it on.
43:17
I think you just look healthy.
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You look so healthy because you moisturize right now.
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I don't have a stitch of moisturizer.
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I don't know.
43:28
I have something for all of you today.
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Yes, I try to moisturize.
43:34
I don't really use sunscreen but maybe it's like I know it's
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I know I know I'm going to start using sunscreen tomorrow
43:45
It's a new day, but you can also get the foundation tinted moisturizer
43:50
That's like I just think that for a long time it wasn't something
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that you might is.
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Thank you.
44:01
I'm a spokesperson now born and inspired by Dominican Roots
44:09
Can you tell it's a Dominican podcast.
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So I was born in the Dominican Republic in Santo Domingo in
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a place called Gasco.
44:17
But I grew up in New York and I grew up in Queens and I noticed
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the difference between my skin and overall the feeling of
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being in Dominican Republic, being in the Caribbean and then
44:28
being in New York, obviously, the climates are vastly different
44:32
in New York, it's a lot more harsh.
44:35
And in the Caribbean you're glowy, you're hydrated all the
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things.
44:40
And then in New York, what I found for myself that most of the
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time I was dry ashy flaky.
44:45
So I was trying to figure out how can I have Caribbean skin,
44:49
but in the comfort of my own, wherever I'm doing my skincare
44:52
routine and my self care routine.
44:55
So I basically smells high end.
44:58
It would be in a boutique, something really expensive.
45:04
Kind of reminds me of you remember Dky, that perfume that used
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to be.
45:08
It was like a moment.
45:08
I never thought of that.
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So what is this made out of?
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So it's made out of all kinds of things.
45:15
It's got mering oil, it's got almond oil.
45:18
It's got so naturally derived squalene which your body produces
45:22
with age.
45:22
Like everything else slowly starts declining in production
45:26
Just like Hyaluronic acid.
45:28
Can I use this like this?
45:30
You can.
45:31
But it was, it's a polish.
45:37
It, she's a, I told you.
45:43
So I've got a lot of natural, it's a waterless formula.
45:46
So we really rely on all the natural oils and butters to melt
45:49
into your skin to give you that polish and that glow.
45:52
But allowing me to speak so much about should we be exfoliating
45:58
So we can look like I use it every day.
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And I think a lot of the times uh people think that it's such
46:04
a whole added extra step to your routine in the shower.
46:08
It really doesn't have to look like that after I do like it also
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comes with the, you do it after you wash your body, you can do
46:16
it before or after, but you still have to rinse it off.
46:19
So it's not, you need to clean your body first and then do the
46:24
scrub.
46:24
You can clean your body first or you first exfoliate.
46:29
It doesn't really matter as long as it's incorporated in your
46:31
routine.
46:32
Fun fact, back a long time ago, I used to do the social media
46:35
for a razor brand and they actually recommend exfoliating
46:38
before you shave, I've had many lives.
46:42
So because this one has a lot of natural oils, it's, that's
46:46
the.
46:47
So I'm gonna do this before I shave.
46:49
This woman looks like her skin like she looks like she has like
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the skin of a three year old.
46:53
I, you cannot make this up when she walked in.
46:56
I looked at her legs and I was like, I need, I'm gonna ask her
46:58
on the podcast like if she does laser or something because
47:01
this is your first business.
47:03
This is entrepreneur.
47:05
This is incredible.
47:05
So all the money and resources and everything that I have ever
47:09
accumulated by way of my entertainment career, this I've
47:15
invested in this.
47:16
I love that.
47:18
It's amazing.
47:19
But you guys, seriously, this feels it, it smells just super
47:22
high end quality, which is so nice.
47:25
Like it feels like one of the high end quality things that like
47:28
I would see on the shelf and I'd be like, whoa, that's a, that's
47:31
a good feeling when you want something and when you were younger
47:34
you have to save up for it so much.
47:36
So I tried to create a, as you can see, she, she she almost 17
47:41
ounces.
47:42
She got, she gotta be checked in the bag.
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Thank you.
47:49
I'm in my era.
47:50
So yeah, I wanted that to be the feeling where you feel you got
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a luxury product for not a luxurious price.
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That's incredible.
48:04
That is incredible.
48:05
That's important.
48:06
Let's put some more wine in there.
48:07
Let's choose the Republic.
48:12
I don't want to get it.
48:14
There's a fly in.
48:16
Fly Lives in the house.
48:22
We do have a oh no, I don't want to be around the cat.
48:26
No, it's fine.
48:26
So to the Republic and all the lives, it's going to enhance
48:29
and change in the best way.
48:32
Thank you guys.
48:34
My exes, you got to start somewhere, get them out the life.
48:42
I can't make too many promises now, but I feel like today was
48:45
really cute.
48:46
I feel like it's one of those sleepover moments or when you're
48:48
with your girls.
48:49
I miss doing this.
48:50
That's why I came to LA.
48:51
I to sleep over at anyone's house.
48:52
Me neither.
48:53
Only my, no, not even my cousins.
48:55
I meant as an adult.
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I like the most is that we don't do that.
49:01
I like the most is that we all come from different background
49:05
and from different nationalities.
49:06
But we all have the same similar, yeah, insecurity things
49:10
we went through growing up.
49:11
It's like the same talking to my sisters.
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You know what I mean?
49:13
We're all different.
49:14
I don't have a sister but ok.
49:18
Well, you don't have sisters.
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No.
49:20
Oh my God, we are still learn.
49:21
We're still learning.
49:22
Oh my God.
49:23
I have a little sister.
49:25
Your sisters are too beautiful.
49:27
They look like her twins.
49:28
I was stalking on her Instagram and I was like, oh my gosh.
49:31
And you can tell their sister I want to see what your mom looks
49:33
like.
49:34
Do you feel like you?
49:35
I think my dad, they said you look like your mom is the future
49:39
You, wherever your mom was.
49:41
When I was younger.
49:42
I used to always swear up and down.
49:45
I look just like my dad.
49:46
I just, I am my mom.
49:48
Do you feel like you're becoming your mom?
49:50
I'm 100% and everybody was involved in our, except the ones
49:58
that gave us the trauma.
50:00
But no, that's part two.
50:05
You're right about that, man.
50:06
Well, thanks for coming on you.
50:08
It's nice to hear your tips and tricks because you're someone
50:12
that you could tell you've taken incredibly good care of yourself
50:15
You continue to do so you're putting out products that help
50:18
us do the same.
50:19
It's nice getting your wisdom and your energy, right?
50:22
So amazing.
50:23
I mean, again, like we grew up seeing this incredible woman
50:25
right?
50:26
We all grew up looking up to her.
50:27
She's just getting started and you and I also want to point
50:31
out like her is just as good as natural, just as open and raw
50:35
off camera in the green room we met before and we were li I'm
50:41
going to take a minute is washing my face at night.
50:47
No matter what, what I'm gonna do.
50:49
I'm gonna start wearing sunscreen.
50:51
Yes.
50:51
Yes.
50:53
I, I'm gonna wash my hair and face no matter what at night.
50:56
Even if I'm dead, I'm gonna exfoliate because I want my legs
50:58
to look like this.
50:59
I start embracing my curls way more chop those two women girls
51:06
and me.
51:06
I know I'm just throwing, but I love that there's resources
51:11
for us now because back in the day I was like, I just give up,
51:14
I was trying to use l'oreal.
51:15
I'm like, that product is not for me.
51:16
I'm glad I'm Jessica, I'm Julia and I'm Ivana.
51:24
And this is girl, let me tell you, I'm so late.
51:28
But let me tell you for being here more wise.
51:34
Should we check this now?
51:35
You know, I'm going to talk.
51:36
Yeah.