I have been extremely busy so I am sorry for slacking on the blog and yes on YouTube too! I have not only been busy with prepping for the Olympia but for my wedding. I went to Austin this last weekend and did my my dress fitting for my bridal gown and also practiced posing with my coach and teammate. Then I left super early the next morning to go to work and get all my clients in because I will be gone the rest of the half of the week. Enough about that lets chitty chat about tan, makeup , body hair etc..
Q:What do you do as far as your skin is concerned…like shaving or waxing?
A: Shaving most of the time but sometimes bikini waxing.
Q:how do you deal with who make fun of you when you take your meals to their house and when you go out with friends?
A: This is something that I am used to by now. I have been doing it for about 3 1/2 years now but at first I used to get emberassed. Why should you feel emberassed though? Now I always let my friends know before and if they laugh I just laugh with them. They are used to it though. I always tell them why it benefits me. Some of my friends since then have been inspired and now do the same thing.
Q:How do you prep for tan and get it just right? Especially with your makeup!?
A: When it comes to tanning I tan in a tanning bed for the month of my show to build a base tan.I make sure I exfoliate a few days before the big event. I like Coconut lime Body scrub from Tree Hut! Also you can make your own scrub. I used to do my own tan until my pro debut I had a tan disaster. It was streaky and I ran out of my tanning solution. Thank goodness for Jantana, she came to the rescue. Ever since then I have always used Jantana. It’s not cheap but it’s worth it. It takes 15 minutes and then your super dark for stage.
My favorite body scrub from Ulta
Recipe of Coconut Body Scrub :
- 1 Cup Sea Salt (Sea salt has larger granules better suited for scrubs)
- 1.5 Tbs. Coconut Oil (for fragrance)
- 4 Tbs. Coconut Milk (to achieve desired consistency)
- Mix together Sea Salt, Coconut Oil & Coconut Milk in a large bowl.
- Add in additional coconut milk (by tablespoon) to achieve desired consistency, if needed.
- Mix well, separate into individual jars, and let sit for 30 min – 1 hour. Enjoy !