Sometimes, when you read something like "The Secret" or Eckhart Tolle or whatnot, you wonder if it is just to make your existence a placebo effect kind of life. Then you learn about someone like LISA RINNA. Someone who doesn't just try and subscribe to that kind of thinking. Someone who IS that kind of thinking. Her positivity and drive has brought her the success she has found since she was 22. Having been a music video muse, the amazing "Billie Reed" on "Days of our Lives," a sitcom regular, a"Melrose Place" vixen for 3 years and then she moved into hosting a Daytime Emmy award nominated show called "Soap Talk." She conquered Broadway as Roxie Hart in "Chicago," alongside her husband Harry Hamlin as Billy Flynn. She became an awards show red carpet coverage veteran, a 'Dancing with the Stars' fan favorite, star of the "Harry Loves Lisa" reality show, wrote a New York Times bestselling book and currently has one of the hottest most hilarious novels published flying off bookstore shelves. ALL THAT...is more than an accomplishment. On top of everything entertainment related, Lisa has a gorgeous store in Sherman Oaks called Belle Gray. The store exudes Lisa - fun, comfort and sexiness. One hopes Lisa will move into clothing, lingerie and shoe design...hint hint! :)
Here are exclusive beauty questions from this beautiful and emotionally intelligent powerhouse:
WHAT IS THE LIPSTICK NAME AND BRAND IN YOUR PURSE?
WHAT IS SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL THAT INSPIRES YOU?
WHERE IS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL PLACE YOU HAVE EVER BEEN?
WHAT IS AN EVERYDAY OR EVERY NIGHT BEAUTY RITUAL?
I wash my face with Clarisonic brush...
ANY BEAUTY SECRET TO SHARE?
Egyptian Magic. It is a miracle in a jar.
As Lisa says and conveys: "Look better, feel better, live better, love better!" That is the Lisa Rinna way. I truly feel she needs to get into motivational speaking/writing next. I love an eternal optimist.
"We are all grown up children, really. Our lives are made up of adulthood and childhood, all together, So one should go back in search of what was loved and found to be real." - Audrey Hepburn