Life is plastic, it’s fantastic! Sell Sunset Christine Quinn candid about her beauty routine — and which doll she tries to emulate for each occasion.
“It’s always a twist on a Barbie, whether it’s a Golf Barbie or not Sharon stone Barbie, whatever Barbie it may be at this point. It has that flawless aesthetic that I always strive for,” said Quinn, 34 Curls Magazine in an interview published on Wednesday, November 2nd.
The real estate agent, who starred in the first five seasons of the Netflix hit before leaving the series in August, revealed that while looking like the Mattel doll is her top priority, it’s not always easy — especially when it’s about her golden locks.
“I have such a love-hate relationship with my blonde hair. I’ve been bleaching my hair for years, since I was probably 14 or 15,” she explained. “I’m already naturally bright, probably like a level three. But I’ve been dying my hair forever. And with that comes damage.”
When it comes to aging, however, the reality star said she’s “grateful” that there are techniques to slow the process. “Unfortunately, it’s not my fault [getting older]but thank god for botox and fillers,” she gushed.
The pressure to look “flawless” while in the spotlight is relatively new to Quinn, who narrated it Curls on Thursday that she “had no social media,” as Sell sunset premiered in 2019. She rose to fame, however, when she was regularly thrown into the thick of drama with her co-stars.
“I feel like I was the only one who got the job done,” Quinn told dem New York Times in July. “I was the only one who said, ‘Hey, this is a show, and I’m going to give the world a show.'”
The native Texas also claimed that Sell sunset is “busily written” despite being advertised as a reality series. “No doubt,” she quipped.
The viewers first asked if the How To Be A Boss Bitch The author left the show after Costar Emma Herman accused her of bribing her customers during a season five episode in April.
For her part, Quinn shut down the allegations via social media, writing via Twitter, “30 minutes until the launch of #SellingSunset enjoy the new season and all of its 5,000 fake storylines.”
However, the businesswoman did not attend the season five reunion, which taped the same month, citing illness as the reason for her absence.
“Christine tested positive for COVID and as a precaution to the cast and crew, she did not attend the reunion,” a rep for Quinn said Us weekly back then. “The producers offered her the opportunity to video chat, but she declined because she didn’t feel good enough.”
While Quinn eventually revealed it was her decision to leave the series — and subsequently The Oppenheim Group — she exclusively shared Us in May that she didn’t expect to be portrayed in such a negative light when signing on to the series.
“Bless their hearts for trying [to make the bribery story line a big deal],” she said. “But no, that absolutely didn’t happen. … I saw the show and I was shocked. I was completely shocked.”
For his part, founder of the Oppenheim Group Jason Oppenheim got candid about the Texas native’s departure ahead of filming for Season 6.
Quinn has since started her own company, RealOpen, with her husband Christian Richard. The two tied the knot in December 2019 and welcomed their first child together, son Christian Georges Dumontet, two years later.
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