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camila billo es A little embarrassed to say it, but she’s in her “health and wellness” era this year.
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Ahead of L’Oréal Paris’ Women of Worth event in Los Angeles on Thursday, where she graced the red carpet with the likes of Eva Longoria, Helen Mirren, Aja Naomi King and Andie MacDowell, the singer spoke Rolling stone How about focusing on your self-care routine this year.
“It’s really boring and annoying because if someone said that I would be offended, but I’ve really been on a health and wellness journey this year,” she explains. Rolling stone,
Part of that “journey” has been their continued partnership with L’Oréal. Cabello has been an ambassador and global spokesperson for the brand since 2017, and the artist says she’s become a “really big skin care junkie,” using L’Oréal’s “Bright Reveal Broad Spectrum Daily UV Lotion” to keep her skin healthy. Shouts out as a favorite product to keep. In the best form.
In addition to working with L’Oréal Paris, Cabello revealed that she has also been in the studio recently, although she gets nervous when talking about her upcoming album. What she will share is that she is “plotting” and taking inspiration from all forms of art. “For me, what produces different outputs is new inputs,” she says. “That’s what inspires me.”
From getting ready to see Beyonce renaissance tour Here’s what else Cabello shared after recently reading Emily Ratajowski’s book Rolling stone,
Hi Camila, how are you?
things are good. I’m a little tired physically but everything is wonderful. I can not complain.
We need some rest girl. It’s holiday time.
We definitely do that.
I was reading an interview of yours earlier this year in which you said, “I don’t go to bed without washing my face.” I wanted to ask, what are some of your favorite L’Oreal products to keep your skin looking great?
Well, thanks dear. I definitely use SPF every day, even if there’s no sun visible outside. If it’s light outside, I’m using SPF, (specifically) the new L’Oréal Paris Bright Reveal Broad Spectrum Daily UV Lotion with Antioxidants. This is very exciting for me because I love my sunscreen every day.
And they have a new L’Oreal Paris Bright Reveal 12% Niacinamide Dark Spot Serum. I’ve become a really big skin care fanatic, so I know for a fact that these ingredients are really good. We need our niacinamide. We need our retinol. Lately, I’ve been doing some gua sha every day.
You have partnered with L’Oreal on a program that celebrates valuable women, and I wanted to ask you, who are the women who inspire you at the moment?
This is a very good question. Everyone obviously knows that my mother is like my best friend. But to make it spicy, this woman emerged in my mind as Salma Hayek: She is a rogue and a badass. I love this interviewer, this journalist, who I really love, named Christa Tippett. I’m also going to say Beyoncé, because I’m so excited for this Renaissance movie.
I am very excited for this also. And obviously, we are nearing the end of 2023. What are the biggest lessons you’ve learned for yourself this year?
That’s a great, great question. I didn’t really grow up eating healthy food or vegetables. So this year I have really learned the importance of food as medicine. Eating better makes you feel better. They are not lying about this.
I feel like in Latino homes, there are never vegetables in the house.
No. It’s not like that! White people aren’t lying when they say “eat better to feel better.” my dad has breakfast stomach with coffee with milkAnd I’m like “There’s no protein in that shit!”
Speaking of good food, the holidays are coming. What plans do you have in mind for the end of the year?
I like to follow the rhythm of the seasons as much as possible. I think it’s a good time to stay indoors more and move on to some cozy indoor fun. Put on some movies, cook some food, do some baking. I feel like it’s summer, I was really outside and I’m still outside. But you know, I’m trying to hibernate a little bit more. I love a good Mexican hot chocolate and I’ll add a little cinnamon to it.
I know you are a big reader. Have you read anything this year that has really been helpful to you?
so many. things. Damn it, I don’t even know if I can name one. I loved the book “My Body” by Emily Ratajkowski. That was a great book.
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and did you read Britney’s Book?
I haven’t, but I’d be really curious to read it because I’ve heard it’s extremely interesting.
I feel like if I was talking to you and didn’t ask about music I would be very angry at myself. It’s been more than a year and a half Family, Have you started planning for CC4?,
Oh darling, of course. I’m always planning but I won’t say much about it because I like calculated surprises.
Is he ready yet?
Oops! Can’t say, can’t say anything.
Any ideas on what this would look like?
I cannot say anything!
How do you get yourself into the right mindset when it comes to making CC4 if you’re not going to share about the music. What keeps you in it?
It should always be about challenging yourself and trying something new. So really consuming a lot of new art and a lot of new references. Lots of new music, new movies, new novels, new photography. For me, what produces different outputs is the new input. This is what has inspired me.
I’m excited about what to eat. What has inspired you in the world of music recently?
Umm, let’s see. Let me go to my Spotify right now. I found my mixture. I love pinkpenthrace. I’ve always loved Drake. I love Beyonce. I will always love Beyonce. I love my Afrobeats.
Which Afrobeats artists are you listening to?
I love Tyla’s song “Water”. She is also really very beautiful. I love Ayrah Star. I love Asake. I like Fireboy DML. I’m definitely a big Afrobeats girl.
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