When I was a kid, my dad would sneak into my bedroom and make me wear a wig.
He would wear the wig until I was dressed as the character The Cat in The Catcher in the Rye.
My mom would be a total badass and put it on and leave me to my own devices.
I loved it.
I’m a huge fan of the genre.
If I can go back and watch The Catchers, I’d love to be like them, wearing makeup like them.
The Catches were great and I’ve seen a lot of them.
But I love when someone else gets inspired by that movie or that character.
I used to be a makeup nerd.
My parents used to put on makeup and I’d look at them in awe.
My mother would be like, “Oh my god, you can’t do that!”
It was such a strange time.
I’d never been in the makeup industry and was completely unfamiliar with what makeup was.
I think when I started my first modeling career in 2009, I knew I wanted to become a professional makeup artist.
I was so young, but I was living with my dad, and I was doing all kinds of crazy stuff.
I think I was just so intimidated by it.
When I got to New York, I was like, This is crazy.
It’s not something I’m accustomed to.
I always looked up to the artists who worked with me.
I never thought I’d make it as a makeup artist because I never felt like I was good at it.
I thought I was terrible.
I felt like an outsider, so I decided to do makeup, because it was a way to show my appreciation for other people who work in makeup.
I’m not saying I’m the only makeup artist who did it, but it was one of the first things I did, and it’s been one of my favorite things ever.
I still wear it to this day.
I was really inspired by all of the makeup artists that were so young and so talented, and that’s why I still do makeup.
But now I do it for myself.
It helps me be better as a person.
I love that I’m an example of someone who had to make the transition.
I started wearing makeup for the first time in my 20s when I was 17 years old.
I wore it for the duration of my modeling career and then for my acting career.
When you start your acting career, you’re trying to make your way into a movie and a show, but you can still wear makeup.
The reason why I wore makeup so much, I’m just so lucky.
I had to start at 18 years old and get through it.
My dad, who was also a makeup designer, made me a wig for my makeup and then it was just my natural look.
I went from wearing makeup all the time, to doing it for a long time, and then to finally doing it once a month or twice a month.
I feel like it’s an art form.
It takes time.
I never felt more like a nerd than I do now.
I got in makeup class at 14 and it was like the first thing I did when I got out of school.
I didn’t really understand makeup at all, so when I went to the studio, I didn.
It was like a big secret.
I don’t wear makeup anymore.
It just takes up a lot more space than I’m used to.
I don’t think I’ll ever wear makeup again, and if I do, I’ll just have a little bit of a wig and maybe make up and have fun with it.
People will still want to know that I was there.
People are still going to ask me, “Did you wear makeup when you were a kid?”
But people will still ask me about it.
It was really weird growing up and being an only child.
I wanted my parents to get their own makeup, so we wore a lot.
I used to do my makeup by myself.
I started with a foundation and a mascara and my parents would put on their own foundation and I would wear it.
It wasn’t something that I did.
It took me a while to figure out how to do it.
And I think people like me will always be able to wear makeup on our own.
I’ve always been a fan of makeup artists.
I grew up watching all the TV and movies I could, and makeup was always something that people talked about.
I really wanted to be the best makeup artist I could be, so that’s how I started doing it.
My makeup artist mom used to tell me, Don’t wear that mask because it will make you look like a clown.
I always thought, That’s ridiculous.
I have no idea why she said that.
She was like “No, don’t you wear that because it makes you look clownish.”
I think she was like that. I just