December 11, 2017

Mompreneurs Krista Teare & Lisa Caruso Are Keeping It Stylish While Making It Big!

Krista Teare and Lisa Caruso are two best friends and mothers who came up with a brilliant idea, raised thousands through crowd funding and now have one of the top family must-have products on the market, The Toddler Monitor – a device that helps parents track when their kids leave a room in the house!

It’s A Glam Thing sat down with the two to find out how they balance motherhood and entrepreneurship, while still keeping their stylish fashion ways intact!

NICK NORTHSTAR: How would you describe both your own personal fashion styles – both while at home and while working?

KRISTA TEARE & LISA CARUSO: If Lisa and Krista had to be compared to one of the “Sex and the City Gals”, in terms of their personal style, Lisa would fall into the Carrie category (high fashion and at times risque) and Krista would fall into the Charlotte category (classy and traditional).

NN: The word “Glamorous” can mean many different things… what is its definition to you both?

K&L: Being glamorous is about feeling great in what you are wearing whether it is a glitzy party dress (stereotypically glamorous) or a really great pair of jeans and boots. It is about embracing your personal style, wearing clothing that fits your body, and rocking it!

NN: People think of inventors all dressed up in lab coats and such… what was your attire while creating the Toddler Monitor device during those long hours and while in the factories overseas?

K&L: Lisa’s “uniform” typically includes ripped jeans, a blazer, and 5 inch heels. On a more casual day, substitute the blazer for a vintage T and badass jacket. Krista’s “uniform” typically includes a great little dress, a blazer, and ankle booties. On a more casual day, substitute the blazer for a cute cardigan.

NN: What is your advice to anyone, such as other mothers out there, wanting to pursue their dreams and create their own products?

K&L: Take the leap and then take it one step at a time. Be iterative in your approach and test your concept along the way. Don’t be married to your product. You need to know when to walk away if you are the only one that thinks that it is a good idea. Be resourceful and use your network. People want to help and talk about what they know so just ask them. Do it yourself. There are so many tools including Kickstarter, website tools, social media, etc. that enable you to start a company with very little financial investment. Leverage government funding. The applications are a crazy amount of work but the support can be invaluable. Negotiate. Negotiate. Negotiate. Seriously. Most of the time there is some wiggle room, and if you ask and the answer is “no” then nothing lost. Be relentless. There will be times when you want to quit – DON’T! Ideas are a dime a dozen…executing on your idea day in and day out is the real challenge. Go into business with your “ride or die partner”. We like to compare our relationship to that of a sibling…you may not agree and will probably disagree but at the end of the day, you are a team . You need to be able to have tough conversations and move on. And most importantly, you need to have fun with this person as you are going to spend a lot (like, a lot) of time with them.

NN: How has the Toddler Monitor product/company changed your lives since creating it?

K&L: We are certainly busier than we have ever been! We have learned so much, met so many great people, and it has given us the confidence to start thinking about what is next.

NN: What does the future hold for you both from here?

K&L: Continue to do cool, challenging stuff with cool people that challenge us everyday. We are so thankful for the support we have been given by so many people who shared their time, experience and resources with us. We hope that we will be able to do the same for others in the future and contribute to other entrepreneurs’ journeys. We do have some plans for future products within the Toddler Monitor family as well as other products, for the aging population. Stay tuned as we have lots more to come…

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October 16, 2017

Talking Fashion And Beauty With Model Afiya Bennett

New York-based top model Afiya Bennett has appeared in countless advertising campaigns and runways all over the world.

Appearing currently in Rihanna’s beauty line, Fenty Beauty, and working with brands such as Nike, Fiji Water, Rue 21, and many others, Afiya is a seasoned vet when it comes to the modeling industry.

She was recently in Hollywood lending her support to a charity event, and so It’s A Glam Thing caught up with her to chat fashion & beauty…

NICK NORTHSTAR: How would you describe your own personal style – both while at home and while out in public / on the red carpet?

AFIYA BENNETT: I would describe my personal style as sleek but sexy. I love making a statement when I walk in the room whether it be modest or not. I think that fashion is my way of making a statement without saying anything verbally. It also leaves an impression behind. I never forget an amazing jacket, pants or pair of shoes that I have seen. Statement pieces definitely inspire me to take my style to the next level.

NN: What are some of your favorite beauty products that you use to get red-carpet ready?

AB: Some of my favorite beauty products would definitely have to be the six shade concealer Pallet from Mac Cosmetics as well as the Glow Kit from Anastasia. The concealer pallet evens your complexion, and has your foundation, contour color and concealer, all in one. When it comes to the The Glow Kit, it gives your face a highlight in all the right places. This includes on the cheek bone, the bridge of your nose and the corner of your eyes. The highlight definitely makes you pop on the red carpet.

NN: As a model, who are some of your favorite fashion designers?

AB: Believe it or not one of my all time favorite stores is Zara. I think Zara is extremely stylish and affordable. However on the more upscale side of things, I adore Balmain, and Marc Jacobs. Their collections never disappoint me.

NN: What is your favorite Instagram filter? Or #NoFilter?

AB: My favorite Instagram filter is not even an Instagram filter but the first Snapchat filter. I wish Instagram had the Snapchat filters, because I usually upload my photos to Snapchat and then Instagram afterwards.

NN: What Top 3 Fashion Trends do you LOVE right now?

AB: My top three fashion trends that I love right now would have to be patent leather skirts, pants and even dresses. I also love a bold red dress, red always makes a statement and leaves an impression behind. Lastly I love a cute mom jean. You can dress it up or even dress it down on your day off.

NN: What Top 3 Fashion Trends do you HATE right now?

AB: The top three fashion trends that I hate right now would definitely start with the man romper. I do not think that men should wear rompers under any circumstances. My next fashion pet peeve would be male pants that are too tight. I think there is a fine line between being fashion forward and one’s pants simply being too small. My last fashion “No, No” would be shoes without laces. Some people may like it but it’s simply just not my taste.

NN: What is your advice to anyone wanting to pursue a full-time career in modeling?

AB: My advice to anyone wanting to pursue a full time career in modeling is to study your craft and never give up. If fitting into the industries standards of beauty is not working at the moment, don’t be discouraged; create your own platform. Lastly, I would tell them to be prepared, having tough skin is a must in this industry.

NN: What is your definition of “Glam”?

AB: My definition of Glam starts from the inside out. It is definitely amazing hair, makeup, nails, and outfit from head to toe. But it is also self confidence. How you feel about yourself, and how you view yourself will triumph any outfit and it will shine so bright that it brings the entire outfit to life.

NN: How does the style in New York compare to that in Hollywood (where you travel to often)?

AB: I think that New Yorkers are more relaxed on any every day basis but definitely show out during New York Fashion Week. That is when everyone brings out there best gear and shows it off to the world. However I feel that in Hollywood, people are a lot more glamorous all of the time. The glamour is not just in the way they dress but as an overall lifestyle.

NN: And final question… Love or hate it: the Zoolander movies?!

AB: When it comes to Zoolander movies, I love it! I definitely prefer comedy movies any day of week over scary.

Learn more about Afiya at her website: afiyabennettblog.com

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October 15, 2017

Ariel Winter Doesn’t Care What You Think Of Her Style!

Recently, Modern Family television star Ariel Winter posted a three-page rant on Instagram to yet again, address the ‘haters’ and body-shamers getting under her skin on social media about her style choices.

“I’m trying to live my life! People wear shorts. People have wardrobe malfunctions. No one is perfect. I’m not a stylist! I don’t know what to wear everyday so I look “appropriate” or “fashionable”,” wrote the 19-year-old star.

She further wrote, “Also, screw having to always look appropriate or fashionable. For what? Society? Who gets to decide what is appropriate or fashionable? I wear what I like and no one should fault me for that.”

You tell them girl!

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October 9, 2017

A Glamorous Chat With Top Model Sharam Diniz

Sharam Diniz has come a long way since growing up and starting her modeling career in a small town in Luanda, Angola, Southwest Africa. Now in her mid-twenties, Sharam is walking the runways for the world top designers, being showcased at multiple Victoria’s Secret fashion shows, starring in campaigns for Chanel, Tom Ford, Ralph Lauren, Seven For All Mankind and Clinique, and to top it all off, becoming the first Angolan model to appear on the cover of Vogue Magazine. Not a bad resume!!!

With her career continuing to become more and more successful, Sharam is in the midst of launching her own hair extension product line and helping to work with other young models to advise them on their careers.

It’s A Glam Thing sat down with Sharam out of her current home in New York City to find out more about her own style, her favorite trends & career moments, and what goals are next.

NICK NORTHSTAR: How would you describe your own personal style – both while at home and while out in public / on the red carpet?

SHARAM DINIZ: I have a very versatile style. I like feeling confident with whatever I’m wearing. I consider myself a little lazy as well, when it comes to putting a whole look together so usually I wear dresses or jumpsuits, which are easy-to-go pieces, or simply jeans and sneakers whenever I’m traveling. When it comes to red carpets or galas, I mostly wear gowns.

NN: What are some of your favorite beauty products that you use to get red-carpet ready?

SD: Lots of mascara. Lip gloss is also key, as a dry lip can ruin your night and a smile always.

NN: As a model, who are some of your favorite fashion designers?

SD: I love feeling chic, elegant and sexy… some of my favorite designers are: Balmain, Carolina Herrera, Versace and Roberto Cavalli.

NN: What is your favorite Instagram filter? Or #NoFilter?

SD: It depends, but I usually embrace the colors of the images, I would say the filter I use the most is 50% of “Claredon” and 5% of sharpen.

NN: What Top 3 Fashion Trends do you LOVE right now?

SD: The short hair trend… I just did a hair cut and I’m loving it. I’m also a big fan of hats and in terms of make up the ‘natural look’.

NN: Out of all your runways & campaigns, which were your favorite to be a part of?

SD: Calzedonia and Victoria’s Secret, for the simple fact that as models we could interact more with the public and be ourselves.

NN: What is your advice to other models in Angola that want to come to the United States and pursue a full-time career in modeling?

SD: I would say once you find a good agency, stay focused and dedicated because it is a very competitive market. If you “fall asleep” it is hard to get up again, but most important of all, enjoy the ride.

NN: What is your definition of “Glam”?

SD: Glam for me means beauty and elegance.

NN: How does the style in New York compare to that in Hollywood and Angola?

SD: I feel like New York is everything about art and fashion, Hollywood can be more “chilled” and Angola even though is a tropical country, during the day people might be seen in comfortable looks but in the evening women change completely, that’s one thing you should know about Angolan women, we are vain.

NN: What are your goals for the next few years?

SD: Acting is still my dream and I am continuing in developing my hairline extension brand “Sharam Hair” in different markets such as America, Europe and Africa.

 

 

 

For more on Sharam, follow her on Instagram at: @sharamdiniz

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September 18, 2017

Eco-Friendly Underwear Is The Latest Craze!

When Tommi Lahde came up with a concept and launched his crowd funding campaign on Indiegogo from his office in Finland, little did he know that hundreds of thousands of people around the world would jump on board and support his desire to create eco-friendly underwear!

These days, Tommi and his company The Other Danish Guy (theotherdanishguy.com) have become the hottest craze in the marketplace, creating fashionable, feel-good underwear that is helping to also save the planet. His underwear, for both men and women, is created from fabric that is made of discarded fishing nets and other items harvested from the oceans, where they constitute a threat to marine creatures. The company takes the materials they clean up from oceans worldwide and processes them into stylish underwear.

With celebrities and others jumping on The Other Danish Guy bandwagon, I sat down with Tommi to speak to him more about changing the culture of underwear in today’s society…

NICK NORTHSTAR: Let’s start with you Mr. Lahde. How would you describe your own personal fashion style – both while at home and while working?

TOMMI LAHDE: I am a casual guy, I guess. I love wearing jeans, t-shirts and sneakers. The main thing for me is that I need to feel good in what I wear. That makes me feel confident.

NN: The word “Glamorous” can mean many different things… what is its definition to you?

TL: It makes me think of luxury: beautiful, attractive people in exotic situations and venues. Something like Hollywood.

NN: What makes The Other Danish Guy’s underwear so ‘glamorous’?

TL: The feeling. It feels soft and smooth because of the exceptional fine fabric. Something worth buying and wearing next to skin and especially next to the most precious ones.

NN: What differences in style do you find between those in Finland and those you have seen here in America?

TL: Scandinavian style and design is very modest and simple. American style, especially here in California is colourful, fun and convenient. More casual. I like to combine those styles, because I think it makes it more exciting.

NN: What is your advice to anyone wanting to pursue their dreams and create products / their own fashion items?

TL: Just go for it! Even if you might think everything is pretty much invented already, it isn’t. Remember the story telling but be authentic.

NN: How has The Other Danish Guy product/company changed your life since creating it?

TL: I have learnt a lot! And I really have fallen in love with this brand. It is already an awesome thing, like my own baby. Nowadays I follow it to grow up and try to do the right things for its future.

NN: What is the #1 thing you feel sets your brand a part from others on the market?

TL: We have nothing to loose. And that makes us the most dangerous brand within the industry. We can try out things that existing brands are not able to try, because they have to protect their reputation and whatnot.

NN: What does the future hold for you and The Other Danish Guy from here?

TL: We are currently working hard to open the US online store and UK store will be open within a week or so. We have some exciting plans for the rest of the year and to 2018 as well. And one BIG announcement to make yet before october.

NN: And finally: What is your personal favorite TODG underwear color to wear / style?

TL: I love the Traveller Trunk in Signal Magenta colour. Since I fly quite a lot, I really appreciate the breathability and the feeling of nothing. It is the only underwear I really need.

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August 15, 2017

A CARDIGAN WILL UP YOUR GLAMOUR!

Knowing how to dress in the ‘in-between’ weeks from the end of summer to the start of fall can be a tricky business. Luckily, the humble cardigan is back in fashion.

The shoulder season has officially arrived, and knowing how to dress in the ‘in-between’ weeks from the end of summer to the start of fall can be a tricky business. Luckily, the humble cardigan is back in fashion, and available for all your layering needs.

The cardigan is that rare fashion jewel: a versatile, practical piece that can easily make (or break) a statement look. The Fall/Winter 2017 catwalks were awash with them. Here’s how the fashion industry is suggesting you cover up this season….

1) Monochrome: A lightweight cardigan is the perfect way to tap into the monochrome trend without the overall look becoming too overbearing. Matching loudly printed cardigans to trousers and turtle necks adds extra impact.

2) As a jacket: A sharp, belted cardigan can be an excellent way of elevating an outfit to business lunch level without actually adding formalwear. Think a tailored cardigan that is nipped in at the waist for a more formal silhouette.

3) Under suits: Alternatively, you could opt to throw on a cardigan under a formal suit jacket for a fresh take on three-piece formal-wear. Up your sex appeal by adding a glimpse of lingerie, replacing the shirt in the suit lineup.

4) Cropped: Crop tops and bra tops continue to rule the streetwear scene, so it comes as no surprise that cardigans are shortening their hemlines, too. The mini-cardigan is the statement for this season.

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August 15, 2017

THE GLAM LIFE OF A BIER BRO.

Partying, tasting, innovating various beer drinking ways, and then trying them out all day is a dream job that has become a reality for millennials Ryan, Brandon and Justin Siriann aka ‘The Bier Bros.’! These three “bros” have found a way to create a revolutionary syringe-like drinking device that has turned their jobs into one that others are truly jealous of.

With their product, The Bierstick, being named one of the top trending drinking products of summer 2017, It’s A Glam Thing sat down with the brothers to find out more about the glamorous world of beer-drinking-device inventors!

Nick Northstar: What is the most glamorous thing about being an inventor of a beer-related product?

Bier Bros: Being the inventors of a beer related product would be great, but we simply sell a device that allows people to put whatever they choose into it. The amount of people you meet and connections you make while promoting a fun party item is just incomparable to anything else. Everyone is always in a good mood and in a great social atmosphere, which makes work for us extremely fun. The Bier Bros have taken the ancient beer bong and revolutionized the way people will drink beer forever.

NN: What are your top favorite beverages to put into your Bierstick device?

BB: Well if you are 21 and you can drink responsibly, who doesn’t love an ice-cold brew? Some other beverages that you don’t really enjoy drinking are also great to put in the Bierstick, like a protein shake or pre-workout.

NN: How has social media played a part in spreading the word?

BB: Social media (follow on Instagram here) is our biggest source of advertising. When the Bierstick is out, the cameras are out. This is what runs our sales. When one person buys a Bierstick, almost all of their friends will see it because of Snapchat and Instagram. Recently we have had many viral videos hit Facebook and that is because of how shareable our product is.

NN: What crazy things have you seen people do with your product?

BB: Our customers are encouraged to send in the best/unique videos and pictures. This apparently is a competition in our customers eyes to see who can top the last video. From jumping off waterfalls, to Biersticking off of the school mascot, to a student’s grandma doing a Bierstick at a tailgate.

NN: What’s next for the Bierstick company?

BB: The Bierstick 2.0 is in prototyping and will be out as soon as we get everything perfected. Instead of taking on many products that are OK, we want to perfect one thing and that is the Bierstick.

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August 4, 2017

Angolan Actress Nicole Sousa Is Now Getting Her Glam On In Hollywood!

Screen icons, stars and those looking to make it big in the entertainment industry have always flocked to Hollywood for their time/chance in the spotlight.

Born in Angola and then moving with her family to London, England during her childhood, then moving on her own to New York to train in acting, rising actress Nicole Sousa always knew her path would take her to Hollywood one day. From her distinctive British accent, to her fashion choices, mixed in with her outgoing bubbly personality, Nicole is someone It’s A Glam Thing just had to speak more with when she crossed our path.

Now finally here and being snapped non-stop on the Hollywood red carpets, Nicole has started her move up to stardom by partnering with New Lead Pictures (alongside director Martin Copping) to be the lead in a new sitcom, The Studio.

We chatted with Nicole to find out more about the glamorous side of her Hollywood experience thus far – from red carpet style ideas and designers, to favorite beauty products, to Instagram filter tips & more!

Nick Northstar: How would you describe your own personal style – both while at home and on the red carpet?

Nicole Sousa: So I would say I definitely like to be comfortable while I’m at home. I love big t-shirts, they are so easy to wear, just throw them on with a pair of shorts. I also love that you can make a baggy t-shirt cute by just throwing on some over the knee boots and some accessories and bam, you are ready for a night out. But when it comes to the red carpet, I definitely love dressing up, something sleek and elegant is always a go for me. Especially in a vibrant red, or a good old little black dress, you can never go wrong with that.

NN: What are some of your favorite beauty products that you use to get red-carpet ready?

NS: I would say Nars tinted moisturizer and concealer, their products are so light, it nearly feels like you are not wearing any makeup at all. Which is great because I don’t like the heaviness of a lot of makeup, I like to go for the natural softer look. Also the Laura Mercier products never let me down. They have a great primer and setting powder which gives your face the great red carpet finish.

NN: Who are some of your favorite fashion designers?

NS: It ranges from Chanel to Top Shop and Zara and a new designer Lyla Dumont. They have this great mix of elegant and classic with a modern urban edge that I love. For example I love blazers, and mixing them with cute ripped jeans and espadrilles makes for a very cute outfit. Lyla Dumont is a newer designer but she has stunning pieces that would make any woman feel like she’s glowing.

NN: What is your favorite Instagram filter? Or #NoFilter?

NS: I would have to say #NoFilter for the gram. I am obsessed with snapseed for editing pictures though, it’s so great you don’t actually need any other filter.

NN: What Top 3 Fashion Trends in Hollywood do you LOVE right now?

NS: I love the boyfriend fit, destroyed jeans look right now. It’s comfortable and still looks really cool and edgy. The all white look which is always a summer favorite of mine, it’s light and breezy and just has a clean fresh look. Lastly I would have to say the single shoulder cutout, it’s such a crisp look. That paired with some boyfriend fit ripped jeans, and bam, you have yourself a runway casual look.


NN: What is your advice to anyone wanting to move and start a career in Hollywood?

NS: Okay, so someone gave me this advice and I thought it was great, “Persist consistently with the shell of a tortoise thinking outside the box” It was so accurate and well put, I love it and it has helped me tremendously.

NN: What is your definition of Hollywood “Glam”?

NS: For me Hollywood Glam is like that old school, Audry Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany, Dorothy Dandridge in Carmen Jones type of look. The waves in the hair, the red lips, the stunning sparkling dress. That old school glam for sure.

NN: How does the style here in Hollywood compare to that in NYC and London (where you have previously lived)?

NS: I would say the London and NYC have more of a high fashion feel. That metropolitan, city vibe and often darker tones because it does get cold in those places. Whereas Hollywood has more of a laid back California feel to it, which again has a lot to do with the bright sunny weather. You need a lot less layers here in Cali!

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May 8, 2017

Four Summer At-Home Glam Decor Tips

Summer is coming up and that means its time to liven up your household. With a new season comes new colors, new energy, and new mindset, so why not make the best of it and try out these four quick decor glam tips for your living situation:

FLOWERS: Add some fresh cut flowers to any room – it’ll quickly liven it up. Bouquets and small potted plants also make great takeaways for party guests for those summer gatherings you are bound to have.

SHELLS: I store shells, sea glass and other treasures I’ve collected from the beach in gold (and sometimes silver) crystal bowls around the house. Everyone, whether you live here in California or not, likes to feel close to the beach in someway.

PAINTINGS: If you like art, why not paint some small hand-painted items to hang around?! It’ll also give you bragging rights when guests come over.

FRUIT: Adding fresh fruit to a pitcher of rosé makes the perfect summer sangria.

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May 8, 2017

GEEKING OUT WITH THE REAL BOBBI DYLAN

When people think about adult entertainment aka porn, they think about the hottest women doing crazy sexual things. And while yes, the women on-screen are very fabulous, their jobs (like other jobs across America) can be a long and tedious process.

It’s A Glam Thing wanted to sit down and get to know more about the life of a “porn star” away from just what one may see in their countless videos. So, we turned to Bobbi Dylan, who now lives in Las Vegas and has recently made headlines as one of the top American “virtual reality” adult entertainment stars – yes, virtual reality technology has now moved into the adult movie industry!

Bobbi talked to us exclusively about the new technology, but also about her fashion away from set, what she carries in her purse and about some misconceptions people have about her job…

Nick Northstar: While many people who know your name may remember you for how you look without clothing, how would you describe your own personal fashion style away from set?

Bobbi Dylan: I have a style mantra of comfortable and chic. I like vintage things and staple pieces in my wardrobe.

NN: Heading into the warmer months now, what are some of your favorite clothing brands these days?

BD: I don’t really follow any particular brands… However, I’ve been loving the flowy crop tops, colorful skirts, summer dresses, and combat boots.

NN: The word “Glamorous” can mean many different things, …especially in your type of industry, but what is its definition to you?

BD: When I think “glamorous”, the first things I imagine are glowing skin, a big genuine smile, and happiness!

NN: We have heard from various former adult stars’ tell-alls about how the porn industry sometimes can be quite horrific at times. Would you say the world of adult entertainment can be glamorous at all? Are there any “glamorous” aspects?

BD: Occasionally, yes. It can be glamorous with the parties and events we go to, where we even have red carpets and we get to show our favorite outfits off for fun.

NN: With technology changing and evolving, you have started to work with virtual reality companies such as Reality Lovers to film scenes that are within the virtual reality world. What are your thoughts overall on the technology and how is it shooting with this new technology around you?

BD: I love shooting immersive virtual reality scenes, it gives my fans and all viewers a chance to be with me without all the travel. In a way, they can finally direct their own porn and choose to focus on whatever detail they like and spend time watching what their favorite parts are rather than what the director focused on when filming. I recommend everyone to try watching porn in VR as it is an out of this world experience!

NN: Why would you say virtual reality really is the future in the adult entertainment industry?

BD: Fans are able to look around at certain body parts the entire time; No more fast-forwarding through the video because you can always choose to look at your favorite parts! It is also a lot more captivating than regular porn – it really is like you are there. I believe that sooner or later, it will be a household standard to own a VR headset and watch entertainment, whether it is porn or regular blockbuster movies, in virtual reality.

NN: With all this technology talk, do you consider yourself a geek/nerd at all? What type of things have you “geeked-out” about before?

BD: Yes, of course! I love crocheting, sewing, cosplay, and binge watching TV shows. I attended the first anime convention in my state as a kid and was dressed as Sailor Moon.

NN: What is the biggest misconception people may have about adult entertainers?

BD: People assume rather than get to know us. A lot of people think that we are not educated, while many of us have college degrees. Also, many of us are at work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – working on our own sites, filming, and editing our own content.

NN: What do you love most about what you do?

BD: I love being able to help make fantasies come true and help people explore their sexuality.

NN: What does the future hold for you from here?

BD: Going forward, I’d love to do more filming as well as working on getting an RV to travel around the country in order to visit more places.

NN: What is one product in your purse right now you cannot live without?

BD: Living in the desert, I always have to have gum to keep my mouth moist and occupied so I don’t accidentally get chapped lips.

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