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Lady Gaga Shows Support for Dr. Christine Blasey Ford With a Powerful Speech

Lady Gaga wants you to know she stands behind Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, the California professor who says Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her more than 30 years ago.

Appearing on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, she took a break from talking about A Star Is Born to deliver a powerful speech about what trauma does to the memory, as well as the immense strength it took for Ford to share her experience “to protect this country.”

“What I have seen on the news, with this debate of Kavanaugh vs. Dr. Ford, it’s one of the most upsetting things I have ever witnessed,” she began. “It’s heartbreaking, but I will tell you something, because I am a sexual assault survivor, and the truth is—you know. Trump the other day was speaking at a rally and says, ‘She has no memory of how she got to the party, should we trust that she remembers the assault?’ And the answer is yes.”

Gaga was referencing Ford’s testimony during the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, where she detailed her alleged sexual assault by Kavanaugh. In the heartbreaking testimony, Ford said she is 100 percent sure her attacker was Kavanaugh. The conservative judge firmly denies the accusations and his supporters, most notably the President himself, has mocked her account.

“I’ll tell you exactly why—and I also know that this woman is smart, because she’s a psychologist, she’s no dummy—if someone is assaulted or experiences trauma, there is a science, and scientific proof, it’s biology, that people change, the brain changes, and, literally, what it does is it takes the trauma and it puts it in a box, and it files it away and shuts it, so that we can survive the pain,” she continued. “It also does a lot of other things. It can cause body pain, baseline elevations in anxiety. It can cause complete avoidance of wanting to even remember or think about what happened to you.”

“But what I believe that I have seen, is that, when this woman saw that Judge Kavanaugh was going to be possibly put in the highest position of power in the judicial system of this country,” the singer said, “she was triggered, and that box opened, and when that box opened, she was brave enough to share it with the world, to protect this country.”

Watch the clip, above.

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Lady Gaga Shows Support for Christine Blasey Ford With a Powerful Speech

Lady Gaga wants you to know she stands behind Christine Blasey Ford, the California professor who says Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her more than 30 years ago.

Appearing on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, she took a break from talking about A Star Is Born to deliver a powerful speech about what trauma does to the memory, as well as the immense strength it took for Ford to share her experience “to protect this country.”

“What I have seen on the news, with this debate of Kavanaugh versus Dr. Ford, it’s one of the most upsetting things I have ever witnessed,” she began. “It’s heartbreaking, but I will tell you something, because I am a sexual assault survivor, and the truth is—you know. Trump the other day was speaking at a rally and says, ‘She has no memory of how she got to the party, should we trust that she remembers the assault?’ And the answer is yes.”

Gaga was referencing Ford’s testimony during the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, where she detailed her alleged sexual assault by Kavanaugh. In the heartbreaking testimony, Ford said she is 100 percent sure her attacker was Kavanaugh. The conservative judge firmly denies the accusations and his supporters, most notably the President himself, has mocked her account.

“I’ll tell you exactly why—and I also know that this woman is smart, because she’s a psychologist, she’s no dummy—if someone is assaulted or experiences trauma, there is a science, and scientific proof, it’s biology, that people change, the brain changes, and, literally, what it does is it takes the trauma and it puts it in a box, and it files it away and shuts it, so that we can survive the pain,” she continued. “It also does a lot of other things. It can cause body pain, baseline elevations in anxiety. It can cause complete avoidance of wanting to even remember or think about what happened to you.”

“But what I believe that I have seen, is that, when this woman saw that Judge Kavanaugh was going to be possibly put in the highest position of power in the judicial system of this country,” the singer said, “she was triggered, and that box opened, and when that box opened, she was brave enough to share it with the world, to protect this country.”

Watch the clip, above.

MORE: Watch Donald Trump Publicly Mock Christine Blasey Ford at Mississippi Rally

Criminal Minds’ Season 14 Premiere Didn’t Do So Well In The Ratings

Once one of the biggest shows on TV, CBS’ killer drama Criminal Minds entered Season 14 on shaky legs, with CBS waiting until late in the game to renew the series for a shortened run. Now, that season has started up alongside the other big fall debuts, and it’s arguably more obvious than ever that Criminal Minds is on its last legs, bringing in series-low stats in both viewership and the demo rating.

The season premiere, titled “300,” was watched by 4.45 million people, which is easily the smallest group of people who have ever tuned in for a Criminal Minds episode. The previous series low was for the Season 13 episode “Annihilator,” which had a 5.04-million-strong audience. Before now, no other installments had ever amassed fewer than 5 million viewers before, which doesn’t bode well for the rest of the season, considering the premieres are often the most-watched episodes.

To be fair, Criminal Minds did have some pretty stout competition from NBC, which used Wednesday night to air its giant “One Chicago Crossover” event between its trio Chicago Fire, Chicago Med and Chicago P.D. The latter, which aired in the same time slot as CBS’ crime drama, brought in 7.78 million viewers, which was the lowest total of the three Dick Wolf series, but was still obviously better than Criminal Minds‘ stats. ABC’s new drama A Million Little Things was in third place at that time, with just 3.79 million total viewers. And to its credit, the BAU team also attracted more eyeballs than Fox’s Star and ABC’s Single Parents.

However, A Million Little Things did manage to win out over Criminal Minds in the key age demographic department, according to TVByTheNumbers. The CBS drama faced another series low here, earning a 0.7 demo rating, which is as terrible a sign for its future as anything else. Though Criminal Minds has always skewed older with viewers, even the previously mentioned “Annihilator” managed to rope in a 0.9 demo rating. Seal Team barely topped it with a 0.8 rating (with 5.02 million viewers), but the only programming that fared worse in that stat was The CW’s Burden of Truth finale and a Supergirl repeat.

The Season 14 premiere wrapped up the events from the cliffhanger finale, which saw Garcia taken hostage while Reid was tasked with an impossible request, so it speaks to the show’s pop culture status that so few people tuned in. Criminal Minds showrunner Erica Messer is hopeful to keep the drama going on CBS for as long as possible, and has many more ideas for all of these characters. But I think we can all agree that the audience needs to match up with its former heights in order for CBS to be confident in Criminal Minds‘ chances of doing better than a new project.

Criminal Minds airs Wednesday nights on CBS at 10:00 p.m. ET. Be sure to keep watching to give the show a better shot at reaching Season 15. And when needing some other form of escapism to dive into, hit up our fall TV premiere schedule.

North Dakota Senator Heidi Heitkamp Arm-Wrestles in New Campaign Ad

A new TV spot in one of the country’s hottest Senate races aims to show voters that the guy tough enough to do the job is…the woman already doing it.

In her latest ad, North Dakota Senator Heidi Heitkamp, who’s in a serious fight to hang on to her job in November’s election, makes her pitch while casually arm-wrestling a mountain of a man in a muscle shirt.

“Maybe this is how we should decide elections, because it couldn’t get much more ridiculous,” says the Democratic incumbent in the spot, which her campaign shared with Glamour ahead of its official launch.

Heidi Heitkamp for Senate ad

Heitkamp puts the verbal smackdown on her real-life opponent during the phony arm-wrestling match, telling viewers Republican Representative Kevin Cramer wants them “to believe that I’m anti-veteran, pro-taxes, and against prosecuting illegal immigrants who commit crimes. Are you kidding me? That’s about as silly and fake as this TV ad,” she says.

“I approve this message because I’ve fought every day for North Dakota—and Kevin, I’m just getting warmed up,” Heitkamp closes before slamming the big guy’s arm down on the table.

“Here in North Dakota, we look each other in the eyes and tell the truth—that’s what I learned growing up in Mantador and that’s what I’ve always done as North Dakota’s senator,” Heitkamp told Glamour in an email via her campaign. “But Congressman Cramer apparently doesn’t share those values. I didn’t think it’d come to arm wrestling, but I’ll always fight tooth and nail for North Dakota.”

Republicans would love to replace Heitkamp with one of their own, giving them a stronger hold on the Senate. But recent polls show Heitkamp losing ground to Cramer in North Dakota, a state where Republican President Donald Trump got a whopping 63 percent of the vote to Democrat Hillary Clinton’s 27 percent in 2016.

The latest Cook Political Report analysis calls the race a toss-up in an election that’s seen as a referendum on not just the GOP, but the President himself. Trump endorsed Cramer, whose campaign includes promises to keep cutting taxes and regulations, months ago.

Just Thursday Heitkamp, North Dakota’s former attorney general, came out against confirming Trump’s controversial Supreme Court nominee, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, potentially riling voters a month out from the November 6 midterms.

“If this were a political decision for me I certainly would be deciding the other way,” Heitkamp told local TV station WDAY of her choice to oppose Kavanaugh in a Senate vote that could come in just days.

“History will judge you, but most importantly you will judge yourself, and that is what I am saying: I can’t get up in the morning and look at the life experience I have had and say ‘yes’ to Judge Kavanaugh,” said Heitkamp, who did vote in favor of confirming Trump’s first Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch.

Cramer, by contrast, has called college professor Christine Blasey Ford’s allegation that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her in the 1980s “even more absurd” than the harassment charges Anita Hill made against then-SCOTUS nominee Clarence Thomas.

“These are teenagers who evidently were drunk, according to her own statement,” Cramer was quoted as saying in a radio interview regarding Ford’s claim that Kavanaugh attacked her at a party when they were in high school. “They were drunk. Nothing evidently happened in it all, even by her own accusation. Again, it was supposedly an attempt or something that never went anywhere.”

Kavanaugh has emphatically denied Ford’s allegations.

In a separate TV appearance, Cramer also reportedly said even if Ford’s claim’s were true, the judge shouldn’t be out of consideration for a Supreme Court seat just because “he did something really bad 36 years ago.” The congressman did say, however, that he felt Kavanaugh should be disqualified if he lied about the incident under oath, “because that’s what he’s doing today, not 36 years ago.”

Team Heitkamp tells Glamour it’s spending six figures to put the deliberately campy arm-wrestling ad on statewide television and on the Web. According to NBC News, the senator is also going to air with another spot that plays up her political independence in the wake of her announcement about opposing Kavanaugh.

Heitkamp’s latest spots join the reel of ads and viral videos, some light-hearted, some personal and serious, put out by female candidates on both sides of the aisle in a cycle that’s seen a historic number of women nominated for Senate, the House, and governor.

However, she’s not the first woman contender to do battle on air with a male adversary: Sharice Davids, a Democratic lawyer running for Congress in Kansas, put out a clip this spring that showed her in the ring in a nod to her time as a pro MMA fighter.

After viewing the spot, the North Dakota GOP appeared unimpressed with Heitkamp’s on-air attack.

“Let’s be clear: Heidi Heitkamp is a liberal Democrat who is now going to spend the rest of the campaign trying to rewrite her record,” North Dakota Republican Party Communications director Jake Wilkins told Glamour via email.

“Heitkamp was elected to represent the people of North Dakota in the Senate, but she has failed,” Wilkins continued, “and a new TV ad can’t erase that.”


Celeste Katz is senior political reporter for Glamour. Send news tips, questions, and comments to celeste_katz@condenast.com.

In a pivotal election year, Glamour is keeping track of the historic number of women running (and voting) in the midterm elections. For more on our latest midterm coverage, visit www.glamour.com/midterms.

North Dakota Sen. Heidi Heitkamp Arm Wrestles in New Campaign Ad

A new T.V. spot in one of the country’s hottest Senate races aims to show voters that the guy tough enough to do the job is…the woman already doing it.

In her latest ad, North Dakota Sen. Heidi Heitkamp—who’s in a serious fight to hang on to her job in November’s election—makes her pitch while casually arm-wrestling a mountain of a man in a muscle shirt.

“Maybe this is how we should decide elections, because it couldn’t get much more ridiculous,” says the Democratic incumbent in the spot, which her campaign shared with Glamour ahead of its official launch.

Heidi Heitkamp for Senate ad

Heitkamp puts the verbal smackdown on her real-life opponent during the phony arm-wrestling match, telling viewers Republican Rep. Kevin Cramer wants them “to believe that I’m anti-veteran, pro-taxes, and against prosecuting illegal immigrants who commit crimes. Are you kidding me? That’s about as silly and fake as this T.V. ad,” she says.

“I approve this message because I’ve fought every day for North Dakota—and Kevin, I’m just getting warmed up,” Heitkamp closes before slamming the big guy’s arm down on the table.

“Here in North Dakota, we look each other in the eyes and tell the truth—that’s what I learned growing up in Mantador and that’s what I’ve always done as North Dakota’s senator,” Heitkamp told Glamour in an email via her campaign. “But Congressman Cramer apparently doesn’t share those values. I didn’t think it’d come to arm wrestling, but I’ll always fight tooth and nail for North Dakota.”

Republicans would love to replace Heitkamp with one of their own, giving them a stronger hold on the Senate. But recent polls show Heitkamp losing ground to Cramer in North Dakota, a state where Republican President Donald Trump got a whopping 63 percent of the vote to Democrat Hillary Clinton’s 27 percent in 2016.

The latest Cook Political Report analysis calls the race a toss-up in an election that’s seen as a referendum on not just the GOP, but the president himself. Trump endorsed Cramer—whose campaign includes promises to keep cutting taxes and regulations—months ago.

Just Thursday, Heitkamp, North Dakota’s former attorney general, came out against confirming Trump’s controversial Supreme Court nominee, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, potentially riling voters a month out from the November 6 midterms.

“If this were a political decision for me I certainly would be deciding the other way,” Heitkamp told local T.V. station WDAY of her choice to oppose Kavanaugh in a Senate vote that could come in just days.

“History will judge you, but most importantly you will judge yourself, and that is what I am saying: I can’t get up in the morning and look at the life experience I have had and say ‘yes’ to Judge Kavanaugh,” said Heitkamp, who did vote in favor of confirming Trump’s first Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch.

Cramer, by contrast, has called college professor Christine Blasey Ford’s allegation that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her in the 1980’s “even more absurd” than the harassment charges Anita Hill made against then-SCOTUS nominee Clarence Thomas.

“These are teenagers who evidently were drunk, according to her own statement,” Cramer was quoted as saying in a radio interview regarding Ford’s claim that Kavanaugh attacked her at a party when they were in high school. “They were drunk. Nothing evidently happened in it all, even by her own accusation. Again, it was supposedly an attempt or something that never went anywhere.”

Kavanaugh has emphatically denied Ford’s allegations.

In a separate T.V. appearance, Cramer also reportedly said even if Ford’s claim’s were true, the judge shouldn’t be out of consideration for a Supreme Court seat just because “he did something really bad 36 years ago.” The congressman did say, however, that he felt Kavanaugh should be disqualified if he lied about the incident under oath, “because that’s what he’s doing today, not 36 years ago.”

Team Heitkamp tells Glamour it’s spending six figures to put the deliberately campy arm-wrestling ad on statewide television and on the web. According to NBC News, the senator is also going to air with another spot that plays up her political independence in the wake of her announcement about opposing Kavanaugh.

Heitkamp’s latest spots joins the reel of ads and viral videos, some light-hearted, some personal and serious, put out by female candidates on both sides of the aisle in a cycle that’s seen a historic number of women nominated for Senate, the House, and governor.

However, she’s not the first woman contender to do battle on air with a male adversary: Sharice Davids, a Democratic lawyer running for Congress in Kansas, put out a clip this spring that showed her in the ring in a nod to her time as a pro MMA fighter.


Celeste Katz is senior political reporter for Glamour. Send news tips, questions, and comments to celeste_katz@condenast.com.

In a pivotal election year, Glamour is keeping track of the historic number of women running (and voting) in the midterm elections. For more on our latest midterm coverage, visit www.glamour.com/midterms.

Watch Lady Gaga Surprise Fans At A Star Is Born Screening

The buzz around A Star Is Born is impressive, but one group of lucky fans got an even bigger experience than they were expecting. An early screening a couple of days ago received a very special appearance by the one and only Lady Gaga. Check it out below.

Seeing one of the most anticipated movies of the year early is great enough on its own, but fans at a recent screening hosted by YouTuber Tyler Oakley got even more than that when Lady Gaga stopped by to say hi. The audience is attendance is as thrilled as you’d expect and Lady Gaga seemed equally happy that everybody is there to see her new movie. She praises her co-star and director Bradley Cooper for fighting to cast her in the part that many are saying will put her in contention for major awards including the Oscar.

A Star Is Born has been one of the hottest things in entertainment these days as the movie is a double threat. Thanks to the fact that it’s actually about the music industry, A Star is Born contains great music as well, including the recent release Shallow which has been catching fire on music streaming services ahead of the film release. Though, if you’ve been able to avoid the song to this point, you’re in luck, because of the song and video sort of spoil some of the best parts of the movie.

Quite frequently is seems like the movies that win awards and the ones that make money fall in two separate camps, though, A Star is Born might be the lucky film that’s able to succeed in both categories. Whether on not it’s able to overcome an opening weekend challenge from a comic book movie or not, it could very well put up solid box office numbers not only this weekend but in the weeks to come as well.

It’s all the more impressive to see such buzz around a movie that has been made so many times before. It seems to indicate that there’s something universal about the themes of A Star is Born that just works with nearly any audience. The story itself is basically a trope at this point, thanks to the previous versions of the story, but that doesn’t stop people from embracing it. You can now check it out for yourself. A Star is Born is in theaters now.

How The X-Men Movies Are Affected By The Disney And Fox Deal, According To Simon Kinberg

Fox’s X-Men franchise may be in its whopping 18th year of existence, but the long standing property seems to be in flux at the moment. Fox recently delayed a gaggle of movies including Dark Phoenix, and the pending merger with Disney makes the future all the more unclear. Disney’s bid on 20th Century Fox has the potential to bring the X-Men and Deadpool into the Marvel Cinematic Universe proper, finally uniting most Marvel characters in one shared universe. But how will this affect the upcoming movies like The New Mutants? Long standing X-Men producer Simon Kinberg recently addressed just this, saying:

Well, this is interesting. While crossovers and universe-altering change seem like an inevitability, Simon Kinberg and the folks at the X-Men franchise are just continuing the work on previously announced projects. As for the future, your guess is as certain as ours.

Simon Kinberg’s comments to Collider are sure to be a relief to the hardcore X-Men fandom, who may be nervous about the current state of the franchise. While everyone’s favorite mutants have never been closer to joining the greater MCU, the current slate of movies have seen a fair amount of set backs. Just one day after releasing the trailer for Dark Phoenix, the movie ended up being pushed back a number of months. Also on hold is Channing Tatum’s Gambit, and The New Mutants had previously been delayed after releasing an epic trailer of its own.

But despite these setbacks and the need for extensive reshoots in both Dark Phoenix and New Mutants, 20th Century Fox and the powers that be in X-Men land are still moving forward with its set of future blockbusters. Aside from the projects that are already in the can, Simon Kinberg also maintains that both Gambit and Multiple Man are still in development. Gambit has Channing Tatum attached, and has been pushed back a handful of times already. Multiple Man has been a bit more of a mystery, but James Franco is reportedly playing the lead, in a film that may end up being rated R. We’ll just have to see how things continue to develop over at Fox.

The next installment in 20th Century Fox’s X-Men franchise is Dark Phoenix, which was recently pushed back to June 7, 2019. In the meantime, check out our 2019 release list to plan your next trip to the movies.

How to Make Your Own Riverdale Halloween Costume Look(s)

According to a joint report published by Lyst and Pinterest, Riverdale, broadly, is ranked #2 on a list of the 10 most popular Halloween costumes for 2018, based on data from both platforms. This isn’t a particularly surprising revelation—the show’s audience is massive (and devoted.) But also, and perhaps even more importantly, the look is so easy to recreate. Each character has a clear sartorial signifier: Betty Cooper with her sweaters and Peter Pan collars, Archie Andrews with his letterman jacket, Jughead Jones with his beanie, Veronica Lodge with her pearls… What’s more, the modern-day interpretation of the gang (and their wardrobe) includes plenty of familiar trends and silhouettes, from chokers to high-low skirts, so you likely have pieces similar to what modern-day Riverdale High students might wear—which makes these costumes feel less… well, costume-y.

Ahead, we demonstrate how to shop your way to an A+ Riverdale Halloween costume, for you and the whole gang—from Betty and Veronica to Cheryl and Toni.

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Lady Gaga Deserves an Oscar Just for Her ‘A Star Is Born’ Interviews

Lady Gaga is currently earning rave reviews for her turn as Ally in Bradley Cooper’s remake of A Star Is Born. Ally is, for all intents and purposes, the star referenced in the title: a struggling singer who achieves international fame after a rock-country star on the decline (Cooper) lends a helping hand.

But Gaga’s star power extends far beyond what you see in the movie. The pop icon is also delivering laughs, feels, and tears on the press tour for A Star Is Born. From Venice to Toronto, Gaga’s been giving interview after interview about this movie, and spawned so many viral moments in the process. We’re compiling all the best ones for you in this handy post, which we’ll update as the tour continues.

For now, though, enjoy these interview clips that are Oscar-worthy all their own.

When she cried after her costar said she killed every single scene she’s in, and everyone stood up and clapped. (Start around the 36-minute mark.)

When she had this totally relatable brain freeze on the red carpet. (Start around the 3:33 mark.)

The way she walked in this dress on a red carpet at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Every time she’s talked about being Italian. It’s a long-running joke in the Gaga fan universe that she always talks about being Italian. Here’s proof.

When Gaga explains how she tried to scam Bradley Cooper into thinking she wasn’t wearing makeup. (Start around the 15-second mark.)

The time she cried and hugged Cooper after a screening of the movie caused a standing ovation. (Yes, another standing ovation!)

Her touching sentiments about the gay community from this interview. (Start at 20:08.)

When she gave the best answer to this filler question about if she prefers “glam” or “outrageous” looks. “I like to do whatever I want whenever I feel like it.” (Start around the 1:45 mark).

When she felt the need to clarify that the name of her first single was “Just Dance.” As if we somehow forgot. It reached number one in nine countries, people! (Start around the 20-second mark.)

The time she almost re-created her “talented, brilliant, incredible” meme. She starts saying the words around 30 seconds, but then stops herself and subtly laughs.

Here’s that meme (from a Hollywood Reporter interview), for reference:

Every time she’s talked about heating up leftovers for Cooper. It’s been a staple story on this press tour. The pasta! The frying pan! This food must’ve been damn good if she keeps talking about it.

In fact, she’s told several of the same stories on this press tour. The leftovers, like we said; the revelation that Cooper can sing; how only one person out of 100 needs to believe in you; the fact her and Brad are from the East Coast. I can lip-sync her interviews at this point.

The beginning of her interview with Ellen DeGeneres, where they just say “ladyyyyyyy” over and over.

And their game of “Burning Questions.’ Turns out, Gaga is a fan of 90 Day Fiancé.

The end of this interview, where Gaga says she wants to take a bath in the middle of the day. Girl, same. (Start around the 20:50 mark.)

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Entrepreneur Tyler Haney on her Best Beauty Hacks

SPORTY SPICE Tyler Haney photographed at the Outdoor Voices HQ in Austin, Texas.
SPORTY SPICE Tyler Haney photographed at the Outdoor Voices HQ in Austin, Texas.

OUTDOOR VOICES’S founder Tyler Haney calls Barton Springs, a natural pool in Austin, a “fountain of youth.” When she first visited the Texas capital, she went for a dip and had a presentiment that the hippie-haven city would be the ideal home for her budding fitness-apparel company. Two years later, Ms. Haney, 30, has moved all operations to Austin. “Time moves slower here,” she said. “It drives creativity.” Given the city’s outdoorsy nature, it’s also an ideal place for this sporty entrepreneur to test new gear. (Ms. Haney runs 3 miles every day at a “recreational pace.”)

Her brand of fitness is inclusive. “Not everyone is trying to be Serena Williams,” said Ms. Haney. “We are breaking down the barrier to entry to an active lifestyle.” So rather than overly intense black and neon active wear, the company offers casual pieces in color-blocked combinations like dark blue and green. Just like the clothes, the brand’s motto “doing things” (which can be spotted on its trendy totes and hats from Venice Beach to Vero Beach) spurs its acolytes to get out and enjoy even low-key activities like walking the dog. That accessible approach to fitness carries over to Ms. Haney’s beauty routine.

Clockwise from left: Glossier Boy Brow; Thayers Witch Hazel; Miso soup; Dr. Hauschka Bronzing Tint; Davines shampoo; Davids Toothpaste; ’El Cosmico’ by D.S. & Durga; Four Sigmatic 10 Mushroom Blend
Clockwise from left: Glossier Boy Brow; Thayers Witch Hazel; Miso soup; Dr. Hauschka Bronzing Tint; Davines shampoo; Davids Toothpaste; ’El Cosmico’ by D.S. & Durga; Four Sigmatic 10 Mushroom Blend

The first thing I do when I wake up is: take 30 grateful breaths; it sets the tone for the day.

Post-workout I take: a 3-minute cold shower. It’s a challenge, but you’ll feel more alert.

My morning beauty-potion ingredients include: bentonite clay. And I started taking Four Sigmatic’s 10-mushroom blend four months ago for clarity.

My mom says: to consciously smile. It helps lift everything up.

My low-maintenance beauty hack is: Dr. Hauschka’s bronzing tint. I mix it with Embryolisse moisturizer. It adds color in a natural way and just brings me to life in one step.

I’m secretly high-maintenance about: exfoliation. I exfoliate in the shower and then use Nuxe hair, face and body oil which I get in Paris.

My ultimate essential product is: Vintner’s Daughter [face oil]. It smells fantastic and it absorbs into the skin nicely.

I combat oily skin with: witch hazel. Just the regular stuff from the drugstore.

My theory on brows is: the more natural the better. Mine are a bit ‘Where the Wild Things Are.’ I use Glossier Boy Brow in clear to keep them in place.

My favorite supposedly beautifying food is: miso soup. I went to Esalen, a spiritual retreat in Big Sur, Calif., and they served it for breakfast which seemed weird at first, but now I love it.

I always carry: D.S. & Durga ‘El Cosmico’ perfume. And CBD oil.

On the plane, I must: brush my teeth with Davids natural toothpaste and put on eye patches by Equal Beauty as soon as I’m allowed to recline the seat.

I wash my hair: every other day with Davines shampoo. But the most important thing you can do for your hair is take Biotin [capsules], something I learned from riding horses growing up. I take BioSil. At Outdoor Voices, when we are casting models we talk about “Biotin girls” meaning girls with vibrant and abundant hair.

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