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Do you follow any skin care and hair care routine, after a sweaty workout? Five skincare rituals.
I’m not a huge skincare person it’s never been my forte but I’m trying to get into it more! I just started using these products from Drunk elephant and they are amazing. They don’t contain any of the extra crap in it and it’s a really nice product. I always cleanse and moisturize AM/PM no matter what. Hair care I really like the biolage for color treated hair but I honestly wash my hair every three days maybe four on a stretch. Unless I’ve been out all day or gotten super dirty or super sweaty. But there is this deep conditioner that I use that’s made for ethnic women. It’s literally called cholesterol and it’s in a tub at any store. I usually get it at Wal-Mart for $5 and it’s amazing! Especially for how much damage we do to our hair between color and hot irons. I also don’t like to blow dry my hair so the only time I ever blow dry my hair is in a salon or if someone does it for me!
After a long hard-working day, what do you look forward to? Stress-busting tips?
I always look forward to hanging out with my son, Donovan. I love to play like a child with him, like build train tracks, run around the park in the jungle gym etc. I love to take baths, light candles, bubbles, bath bombs, etc. I mediate with crystals and do affirmations. I also love to clean which is kind of weird, I love hand washing the dishes but it’s really a stress reliever for me!
You have an incredible social media following Instagram 1m followers, Twitter 879K Followers, and Facebook 1.38 million followers. What is the best and worst part of it?
The best part is being able to see fans comments, the love and support from them. I think it’s awesome to get that feedback from them. The worst part is the over exposing of over disclosing or feeling the need to have to share everything because you can.
I think because were so overexposed you feel like you need to share everything because everyone else does and if you’re not then you’re going to lose your followers or lose numbers and at the end the none of that stuff matters. We’ve lost the mystique of stardom, like people used to wonder oh I wonder what so and so does in their everyday life.
People have gone to such levels to overexpose themselves that the veil has been dropped and there’s no mystique. That used to be fun for me with wrestling characters like it was fascinating to wonder and speculate and think up these ideas in my mind of and now you can’t do that because everything is out there on social media.
Five things we’ll always find in your gym bag?
- Workout gloves
- Jump rope
- Lip balm
- Master lock
You have created a brand for yourself. Give us 3 tips to become a successful name in the wrestling empire.
The ability to have thick skin and take criticism really well. Learn how to take a compliment; it’s a really valuable thing. Challenge yourself, challenge your body, and always expand your workouts. You have to challenge your body and your mind.
Be yourself and be original, often people try to morph into what they think people want them to be and then they lose themselves in the process. Be yourself and don’t feel like you have to conform to what everyone else is to make, because you don’t. Especially in this business, those genuine pieces that make you different make you valuable. Always be original; always be true to yourself and what you love!
Mickie James social media presence
- Instagram @themickiejames
- Facebook @mickieljames
- [email protected]
- Official website https://www.mickiejames.com/
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