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Gypsy Rose Blanchard Reveals Prison Beauty Hacks

Are you Release from prison32 years old Gypsy Rose Blanchard has become an issue broad discussionwith many fascinated by their story And recent activities. On TikTok, Blanchard shared insights into her life behind bars, including her makeup tricks and personal struggles.

In a series of videos released on May 15, Blanchard opened up about her experiences using makeup while incarcerated. She admitted she had limited experience with cosmetics due to prison restrictions, but showed her ingenuity in creating makeshift beauty products.

“My history with makeup isn’t very long,” Blanchard said. “Before I went to prison, I wasn’t allowed to wear makeup.”

In the first video, titled “GRWM Part 1,” Blanchard revealed her methods for making mascara, mixing toothpaste and crayon ink. Despite the unconventional ingredients, she explained that she was careful to maintain a presentable appearance, especially when attending court during her time in the county jail. Blanchard described the feeling of minty toothpaste in her eyes as she applied the DIY mascara and humorously recounted the challenges she faced.

“I did this by taking toothpaste, breaking apart a pen – like an ink pen – and mixing it into mascara, which I then applied with a toothbrush,” Blanchard said.

“As you can imagine, oh my God. The minty freshness in my eyes burned my eyes, but I wanted to look decent and presentable, so I just did it,” she added.

Continuing her ingenuity, Blanchard shared her eyeshadow technique, using coffee grounds for the powder-like consistency. Her creativity extended beyond makeup as she discussed stress management mechanisms and revealed her tendency to cut her hair with toenail clippers in moments of heightened anxiety, a practice that arose from the lack of scissors in prison showers.

In another video segment titled “GRWM Part 2 Women’s Empowerment,” Blanchard went into detail about her decision to undergo a rhinoplasty in April. She cited a genetic bump on her nose that she inherited from her father’s side and feelings of insecurity that arose from the teasing. She expressed satisfaction with the cosmetic procedure and emphasized that she was happy with her body overall.

The Gypsy Rose: Life after the Lockup The star hit the red carpet for Lifetime’s “For Your Consideration” event in Los Angeles earlier this month after recently recovering from her nose job.

“I think I’m definitely entering a new era in my life as I’ve learned a lot about myself in the last four months,” she says said ET’s Deidre Behar. “I think right now I’m just trying to move forward in my life and show who I am and explore.”

With a giggle, she added, “In my Pretty Girl era, as they say!”

Gypsy is currently promoting her upcoming eight-part docuseries for Lifetime, premiering in June.

“I think I’m most excited for fans and people to see me grow as an individual,” she said of the project. “I’ve just learned something about myself in the last four months. I think it’s important for people to see me evolve from the prison version of myself to who I am today and how I got there.”

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Blanchard also takes the next step in their relationship with her Ex-fiancé Ken Urker.

The 32-year-old was alone on the red carpet, but had Urker on her mind when she spoke to ET.

“Unfortunately, tonight isn’t a date night,” she said. “He lives in Dallas and I live in Louisiana.”

But the two won’t be apart for long, she revealed.

“He’s actually going to move to Louisiana to be closer to me,” Gypsy told ET.

Gypsy and Ken connected through a prison pen pal program while she was in prison for the second-degree murder of her mother, Dee Dee Blanchard. The couple got engaged in 2019, but the two broke up and Gypsy linked up with her Ryan Scott Anderson – whom she married in 2022 – in prison.

The rekindled romance with Ken takes place in the midst of Gypsy and Ryan’s breakup. ET reported that she filed for divorce from Anderson At the beginning of April and shortly thereafter she filed a motion with a local court for an injunction against her estranged husband.

was a gypsy released from prison in Decembereight years after she pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the death of her mother, Dee Dee Blanchard, and was sentenced to 10 years in prison.

With Life after the lockupGypsy hopes to clarify the public’s perception of her.

“I think the biggest misconception is that I’m a master manipulator,” she told ET. “I think, yes, I’ve made some bad decisions in the past, but I don’t think that marks me as an individual. I think that everyone should have a second chance and grow into a new person, and I feel like I should be given that grace too.

Since her release, Gypsy has been the subject of near-constant headlines as she shares her life on social media. Gypsy addressed critics of her newfound fame, saying she “didn’t choose” to be famous.

“It was put on me when I was arrested,” she said. “Before my face even fell into an interview camera, people were invested in my life and my story. And so it was out of my control. I think what I’ve done is basically just share my story in my own voice, and I mean, I’d rather bring the truth to light than speculate about my life and it’s wrong. So I don’t think it’s wrong to want to clarify the matter.

Still, she added, she doesn’t exactly “enjoy” all the attention.

“I would say ‘accept,'” she said of her place in the spotlight.

Gypsy said she recently watched the first 30 minutes of the 2019 Hulu drama series about her story. The actin which she and her mother were portrayed Joey King and Patricia Arquette, respectively.

“It’s a little emotionally draining,” she said, explaining why she hadn’t seen the entire series. “But I have to say, Joey King did a great job playing me and I think that’s a brave woman who took on the role that I am.”

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