Beauty
How Nicole Hernandez Manages to Look Stunning Every Single Day
TV host and model Nicole Hernandez de los Angeles takes a break for what she says is the best and most important job.
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What keeps you busy?
My two sons, Alonzo, 4,and Luis, 3. I still take on modeling jobs sometimes, but I’m a very hands-on mom, taking the kids to swimming school, teaching them at home, and taking care of them.

How has motherhood changed you?
My heart got bigger, I’ve become more patient, and most importantly, I feel more complete. It is truly the best job in the world.

What inspired you?
My children and husband inspire and challenge me to work at being the best mom and wife. I just want the best for them.

What impression do you hope to leave through your personal look?
That I have effortless elegance, natural ease in my own skin.


What other dreams are you in the process of fulfilling?
It’s still in the works but I would love to start a children’s clothing line.

Your most memorable beauty faux pas?
Orange eye shadow.

Your beauty icon?
Audrey Hepburn. She’s just naturally beautiful inside and out, and very elegant.

The best beauty advice you’ve ever received?
Wear sunblock every day.

What is your personal definition of beauty?
Beauty is inner confidence and peace within yourself.

What is the biggest lesson working has taught you?
Always give 110 percent and treat everyone the way you would want to be treated.

A peek into Nicole's beauty arsenal: Urban Decay Naked palette, Shu Uemura skin purifier, Clinique CC Cream, NARS blush in Orgasm, L'Oreal Revitalift Double Lifting Eye Contour, Estee Lauder lipstick, M.A.C pressed powder.

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