I did the Vines first, and then I chose Instagram because the filters were better, and you could post the best picture of yourself, which I figured would help my modeling career.
I have a tweet that said, 'I want to be a Calvin Klein model,' and that was in 2011. And then I modeled for Calvin Klein. And then I had a tweet like, 'I wonder what it's like to be in front of thousands of fans,' and I've been in front of thousands of fans.
Never in a million years would I imagine Calvin Klein flying me out to my first men's fashion show.
Calvin Klein is such an iconic brand in fashion, so I feel like working with them means you're definitely doing something right. They bring validation to someone, not only in the fashion community but in someone's career, which is why it was such an honor to work with them.
I have asked my mom and my sister a couple times if I should post something or not. Or if they think a video is funny.
I used to cuss in my tweets, and now I don't.
I'd previously done 'Expelled,' and that was more on the comedy side, so I really wanted to challenge myself and see if I could actually do a drama.
We filmed 'Expelled' in Santa Clarita at an all-girl's school. There were twelve hour days.
Twitter's more fast-paced. Instagram, it's more, like, lifestyle and posting very specific, cool pictures.
You learn the hard way. That's the thing with social media. Nobody knows what they're doing.
When I got out of high school, I started breaking out. I tried everything from A to Z as far as seeing doctors and getting prescriptions. I even did home remedies, and I had no luck. A fan gave me Proactiv, and it cleared my skin, but there were too many steps. I lose everything, and I lost one of the products. My acne started to come back.
I had the longest, biggest bowl cut. It looked like I had a perfectly straightened mop on the top of my head.
I am really precise about who I want to work with and, no matter the timeline, I push to get what I think would be cool.