I'll do two gigs on a Saturday night until four o'clock in the morning, wake up, and do drag brunch on a Sunday, and then another party Sunday night. I definitely take what I do very seriously.
Tip your drag queens, bartenders, and don't rub your chopsticks together at the sushi restaurant. Also, just in general, don't be a dirtbag human.
No face is 'correct,' but when you figure out how to emphasize and celebrate your own features with makeup, it will show.
Getting into drag almost seemed like, not my destiny, but you know how a caterpillar is gonna become a butterfly no matter what? It felt very like that.
Past 'Drag Race' alum that I've spoken to, their biggest advice to me was, 'Expect the unexpected,' and, 'There's no way that you can prepare for this,' so I thought I was at least ahead of the curve knowing that I wasn't prepared.
Drag is all about self-expression; there's so many different angles you can take on it.
Every day, I'm learning new things about myself. Every day, I'm learning new things about life.
Doing makeup, especially for drag, is all about being aware of the geography and angles of your face.
Sometimes in life, you're not always given a second chance, but if you do, take advantage of it, and go out with a bang!
Accidents happen and all of that, but it's how we pick ourselves up from the accidents that matters.
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