Why I Try to Look Like Barbie

Life is plastic, it’s implausible! Promoting Sundown’s Christine Quinn opened up about her magnificence routine — and which doll she makes an attempt to emulate irrespective of the event.

“It’s all the time some variation of a Barbie, whether or not it’s golf Barbie, or it’s Sharon Stone Barbie, no matter Barbie it might be at that cut-off date. It has simply this flawless aesthetic that I all the time try to,” Quinn, 34, informed Attract journal in an interview revealed on Wednesday, November 2. 

The true property agent, who starred on the primary 5 seasons of the Netflix hit earlier than exiting the collection in August, revealed that whereas wanting just like the Mattel doll is her first precedence, it isn’t all the time a straightforward feat — particularly relating to her golden locks. 

“I’ve such a love-hate relationship with my blonde hair. I’ve been bleaching my hair for years, since I used to be most likely 14 or 15,” she defined. “I’m already naturally gentle, most likely like a shade three. However I’ve been dying my hair eternally. And with that comes injury.” 

In relation to ageing, nonetheless, the fact star stated she is “grateful” there are procedures accessible to sluggish the method. “Sadly, I can’t do something about [getting older], however thank God for Botox and fillers,” she gushed.

The strain to look “flawless” whereas dwelling within the highlight is comparatively new to Quinn, who informed Attract on Thursday that she “didn’t have social media” when Promoting Sundown premiered in 2019. She gained notoriety, nonetheless, when she was often thrown in the midst of drama together with her costars. 

“I really feel like I used to be the one one which understood the task,” Quinn informed the New York Instances in July. “I used to be the one one which stated, ‘Hey, this can be a present, and I’m going to offer the world a present.’”

The Texas native additionally claimed that Promoting Sundown is “avidly scripted” regardless of being promoted as a actuality collection. “Little doubt about that,” she quipped. 

Viewers first questioned if the Methods to Be a Boss B*tch writer was exiting the present after costar Emma Hernan accused her of bribing her purchasers throughout a season 5 episode in April. 

Quinn, for her half, shut down the allegations by way of social media, writing by way of Twitter, “half-hour til the launch of #SellingSunset get pleasure from the brand new season and all of its 5,000 faux storylines.”

The businesswoman, nonetheless, didn’t take part within the season 5 reunion that was taped that very same month, citing sickness because the reasoning behind her absence. 

“Christine examined optimistic for COVID and out of an abundance of warning for the solid and crew, she didn’t attend the reunion,” a rep for Quinn informed Us Weekly on the time. “Producers supplied her the chance to video chat, however she declined as a result of she wasn’t feeling properly sufficient to do it.”

Whereas Quinn in the end revealed that it was her determination to depart the collection — and subsequently The Oppenheim Group — she solely shared with Us in Might that she wasn’t anticipating to be portrayed in such a damaging gentle when she signed up for the collection. 

“Bless their hearts for making an attempt [to make the bribery story line a big deal],” she stated. “However no, that completely didn’t occur. … I watched the present and I used to be shocked. I used to be fully shocked.”

For his half, Oppenheim Group founder Jason Oppenheim bought candid concerning the Texas native’s departure forward of filming for season 6. 

Quinn has since opened her personal agency, RealOpen, with husband Christian Richard. The 2 tied the knot in December 2019 and welcomed their first little one collectively, son Christian Georges Dumontet, two years later.