On when she was bullied in the past:
“There was a period of time where every morning at 7:02, I’d get a prank phone call at my house. That’s how I’d start every day, with a threat saying, “Come to school now. We’re going to kick your butt.” So I went to school early and went in the back way. And there would be times when I’d come back to my desk and have hand sanitizer all over my books and in my water bottle. People would come by and slam my locker shut when I was still putting my books in it. It was just the most absurd things that you are supposed to see only in the movies, you know?”
On beauty in the social media:
”I have definitely had moments where I’m scrolling through Instagram and see these drop-dead gorgeous models, who we tend to forget are genetically a certain way, and think, Why can’t I or don’t I look like that? It’s so easy to forget that we are all so beautiful because we’re unique.”
… says 19 year-old Hailee.
On whether she dyed her hair dark to look different:
Well, I didn’t really dye my hair to separate myself from Gigi. I started dyeing my hair when I was 14. I dyed it black and blue, I wore eyeliner—I was a punk kid. I might want to go blond eventually!
On whether she and Gigi are alike:
I don’t know about twins, but we’re definitely a lot more similar than people think. We have the same voice, the same mannerisms. Sometimes we’ll finish each other’s sentences, or we’ll be the only people laughing. We’ve always been close. As kids, especially on weekends, our mom would drive us to the barn at 6:30 A.M., and we would spend the day together riding our horses, and washing and cleaning them.
On Stephanie Seymour’s comment that the Insta-models are “the bitches of the moment”:
It’s crazy. I’ve worked with Stephanie before and loved her; she was sweet to me. I don’t know if she meant it in that mean way. But even so, it’s still hurtful. My sister and Kendall work their asses off. We’re all working hard. You just have to let your success speak for itself…because at the end of the day, we’re making our money… I don’t want anybody to fail. Why would you wish that upon somebody? If you’re a powerful woman and you’re confident in yourself, you want other people to succeed.
… says Bella in Glamour.
On having a glam squad versus doing her own makeup:
Unfair answer: I always have back-up glam. Real answer: I can do my own make-up. It just tends to end up looking a little more natural rather than defined lines. Eventually, the make-up has to come off, so maybe it’s a blessing in disguise.
On getting older:
In your twenties, you spend too much time worrying about what people think of you, and financially, can be sort of a mess. Your thirties are about independence, loving yourself as you are, financial freedom, consciousness, and good company. I heard your forties are even better. I haven’t spotted a gray yet — I’ve been dying my hair jet black since I was 15. And as for wrinkles — they’re just proof that you’ve smiled.
On her beauty goals:
My goals are: to be more SPF-conscious, experiment with facial peels and lasers, take control of the size of my pores, and continuing to try to choose healthy eating habits. Pain is inevitable; suffering is my choice.
On her best beauty secret:
Lash extensions: I get lash extensions every two weeks from Lisa Mayer, usually at 7:00 am for 2.5 hours. I come down in my robe, lay on the couch and open-mouth sleep while she does them.
On her red carpet anxieties:
Does this outfit fit? Can you see my Spanx through this? Breathe. Which side is my wonk-eye on? Every morning I wake up usually thankful I haven’t turned into a meme while I was sleeping.
… says Katy.
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Model/actress Kate Upton stopped by a gym for a workout in New York City, while looking slim in a comfy black and white sporty outfit.