What’s your favorite perfume and why?
I have a bunch of them. I’ve actually been very into perfumes lately. I do have some custom ones where I’m the only person that has them, so that’s really cool. But I like a very fresh scent, I think that’s very pretty. I like it when it just smells clean and fresh with little hints of other things.
What’s the last TikTok rabbit hole you got sucked down?
Let me check with my last liked videos, because I go through different things all the time. Oh, it was other people getting their wisdom teeth taken out! People got their wisdom teeth taken out at the same time as I did, and I thought it was so funny. There was, like, five people on my For You page that were dueting my wisdom teeth video I posted. They were like, “No way! I just got it out too,” so I thought that was funny.
What’s your go-to getting-ready music?
I actually don’t listen to music as much when I get ready as I watch TV. I just finished Criminal Minds for the second time—I was watching that every second of every day. I also watched Lucifer, which was a pretty good show, and the Travis Scott documentary for the second time—that was really good.
You have $20 and you’re let loose in the drugstore. What are you buying?
I love a CVS because I will just go crazy on snacks. My favorite is Takis, and a Sprite. I love Sprite.
Who are the women inspiring you the most right now?
All of the women in my family. My mom has three sisters, and my dad has a sister, so there’s a bunch of women in my family. We always grew up with more women than men, so I’ve always had a lot of very powerful role models. Even with a lot of the brands that I work with, there’s so many women running the show, which is so awesome. I’ve obviously had my not so great experiences with people who didn’t respect me because I was either young or because I’m a little girl in their eyes, but I think I’ve learned so much from the people that I work with and that are in my everyday life to really make me confident. Honestly, my sister and my friends too—Maddi [Monroe] has given me so much confidence and really taught me how to believe in myself. And Avani [Gregg]—she’s just like me, a little bit more on the shy side. So it’s really cool to see how we can all be super confident together in our own ways.
If you could change one thing about beauty perceptions on social media, what would you want to change?
I would want to change the idea that everyone online looks perfect 24/7. Because that is not true. I wish people posted more about maybe some of the things that aren’t so picture-perfect.
Bella Cacciatore is the beauty writer at Glamour. Follow her on Instagram @bellacacciatore_.