There are so many, shall we say, colorful things celebrities have said publicly, from Kylie Jenner's "realizing things," to Justin Bieber's "Why is Rhode Island nor a road or an island," to Trump's—wait, not even going there. But amid all the noise and sound bites and wait-did-they-really-say-that tweets are empowering, humbling, and moving quotes from Hollywood's elite that we should certainly apply in our own daily lives.
Taking a look back at some of our own exclusive interviews with celebrities, it's clear that the women we chat with are strong, able-bodied, confident muses who've spewed beauty and wellness truths so well, we needed to create an individualized interstitial for each. Get ready to pin and 'gram to your heart's content.
Hailey Baldwin may be a total glamazon with the sort of makeup and hair you have to practice to come even close to, but deep down, she's a fan of keeping it simple and classic—specifically à la her beauty crush, Margot Robbie.
Wade shared with us that it's your internal health that sets the foundation for your external beauty, and we couldn't agree more. She even explained that you can keep your skincare routine minimal if you exercise a healthy lifestyle (read: sleep, stay healthy, and, of course, laugh).
Olivia Munn enjoys doing her hair and makeup to run errands, but not for anyone else—she does it for the sole fact that it makes her feel good. And if her boyfriend (Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers) compliments her on it, then "that’s just the cherry on the top."
Speaking in reference to her signature ponytail, Grande loves the way it looks. And guess what? She's not pulling it back for anyone but herself, whether it's "on trend" or not, and she encourages everyone else to follow the same philosophy.
The model got real with us about self-image and learning to love yourself before the insecurities have a chance to set in.
It's not about keeling over in pain at the gym or working yourself to the core for Miranda Kerr; instead, the model encourages you to take small steps and incorporate exercise when it fits in with your schedule.
It's not that Priyanka Chopra's drowning—in fact, she's really marching to the beat of her own beautiful drum on solid ground. However, she's candid in telling us that she feels like "a baby being thrown into water" and doing the best she can, which is what we're all just trying to do, right?
The actress and singer is big into self-care (and a newcomer to crystal healing, as it turns out), but isn't jumping on the trend just because everyone else is. No, for Moore, self-care is about doing what's right for her—in moderation, of course.
The dancer tells us that taking care of herself internally is of the utmost importance, as is taking time for herself and her own happiness. Amen, sister.
What's your personal mantra? Please share with us in the comments.