Watch out, Kylie Jenner. WWE star Mandy Rose is getting into the beauty business with her very own skincare line — and she's determined to body slam the competition.
Mandy's skincare line Amarose — the name is a combination of her first and middle names Amanda Rose — is set to launch in September, and the Italian beauty spoke exclusively to Distractify about her decision to branch out beyond the wrestling ring with this latest beauty venture.
"It's very exciting," Mandy says of her skincare collection drop. "It's all-natural products that have been in the works for a very long time... making sure that it's a high-end brand. It's a great product but also affordable where it's attainable for most people."
One look at Mandy's makeup-free face, and we're not surprised she wanted to share her skincare secrets with fans.
The collection will start with three items — a boosting moisturizer, lifting serum, and a lifting eye gel — before hopefully expanding. And Mandy is prepared to deal with the critics who don't think a wrestler should be releasing a skincare line.
"You're going to be faced with [criticism] regardless," she explained. "You just have to be ready and prepared for it." You can shop the collection when it drops here.
Mandy also has a fitness app called "Fit With Mandy."
If skincare is not your thing, you can work out just like the WWE diva thanks to her new iOS app, Fit With Mandy.
"I love food, but I love working out, so it's just a balance," Mandy said of her love of donuts and fitness. "I've been training and dieting for so long that I feel like I know my body really well... I train so hard a doughnut here or there isn't going to kill me."
It's that longtime passion for fitness that inspired her app, which is a 12-week at-home program designed for all levels and all ages. The program requires little to no equipment and Mandy describes it as a "high-intensity, interval-training workout."
Just in case you need a reminder, Mandy won the 2014 Bikini World Championship before competing on Tough Enough, the professional wrestling reality TV series, where she placed second.
As for her advice for people looking to get into shape or for anyone who needs a little help staying motivated, Mandy shared, "It takes time."
"You have to be consistent, that's a big part of it," Mandy continued. "Patience, and having a routine too will really help... it becomes a lot easier and second nature."
The program also includes some of Mandy's favorite recipes to really get you to the next level.
We can't wait to see what Mandy does next!
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