Realize that TV makeup is a lot. Fortunately, I have good skin – I don’t get breakouts, I don’t knock on wood – and I think that has a lot to do with just being very diligent about my routine. So I use Neutrogena wipes that are not perfumed and I wipe my face, I remove my eyelashes. I use two or three wipes because it’s usually a heavy wipe off. I then go back and take Dermalogica Special Cleansing Gel and wash my face with my hands with lukewarm water. It was my go-to place forever. I just don’t know anything else. I can feel the granules of some glue residue and make sure it all comes out of my eyes. After washing my face, I go over it again to see what remains.
I have a woman who does facials ̵
I use different types of moisturizers. I use Dermalogica’s Skin Smoothing Cream, which I love. It depends on summer, winter, whatever, but I switch between this and the Active Moist depending on whether my skin is dry or not dry, it’s too oily. I also use curology. You have a nice, lightweight moisturizer for your face. And then I go and put a hood on my head which is a nice thing and then I watch TV until I fall asleep. I fall asleep with the TV on because for some reason it’s comforting.
Her teenybopper taste on television
I watch Netflix. I usually try to find something that is a breeze because when I get ready to sleep, I can’t really pay attention. So The politician You can follow without it being too intense. Gosh, I hate to admit it, but also Kiss booth 1 and 2. Inside me there is a trapped Teenybopper that I’m still looking at. And when I go to bed early enough and I’m fine and don’t feel like falling asleep, I’ll catch up The cable now. Jemele moderates a podcast about The cableand she embarrassed me so i have to see it. It’s great, great, great television. So I see what I missed. I’ll tell you, I am the type of person who loves to see a historical piece. Sense and sensitivity. Pride and Prejudice. I watch this over and over again. I could live in a historical piece forever.
About the importance of naps
I think naps are underrated, and I don’t think most people take them. When I get home from work at 11 a.m. or noon, I go to work out and then come home and take a nap. And then I show up at 4am which is probably why I stay up so late at night. But nap is underestimated for me, and people should. I am a queen of the nap. And I know that some people feel like they just can’t fall asleep during the day, but my mind can shut itself off in the afternoon for some reason – it just can. So I can take a nap easily. No matter what is going on, anywhere, anytime, anywhere. All my old roommates would say, “Cari is the queen of a nap.” I would say: “Definitely. I’ll show you how to do it. “I love naps. I think that’s a lot of how I can catch up with sleep and function.
On her workout routine
I’m trying to tune out 9-11am so I can do skipping rope and yoga. I literally grabbed a jump rope from Amazon for about $ 10. I go to the back yard and jump. I watch all these movies with boxers who can jump right away and make it look so easy, but it’s not easy at all. When I started, I started, stopped, started, stopped, started, stopped and it was so frustrating, but I stuck with it. Probably about two weeks later I really had a tempo, rhythm, and beat so that I could jump rope for about 30 to 45 minutes. I play my speakers at full speed and tune into various radio stations. It could be Justin Bieber Radio or Beyoncé Radio or Bob Marley Radio [all on Apple Music]what I feel like doing. When I do it on Sundays, I play gospel because I think it’s appropriate and I break it and jump on my rope. That is good for me. I love it.