Anonymous asked: Hello, Lillian! I was wondering what classes did you take in Highschool to become an actress? I'm currently a sophomore in highschool and I wish to pursue in acting. Is it hard to find jobs? Are there many risks? Do you have any tips? Any books you would recommend? Love your videos, you truly look like a down to earth girl! <3
Hello, in high school I took the drama classes that were offered (which I think was just something like Drama 1 and Drama 2). I auditioned for all the plays and musicals that our school produced, and I also did community theater. Yes it is hard to find jobs and there are incredible risks involved. If you really want to pursue acting and you love it more than anything, then you should fully pursue it and not give up. An acting career is truly a lifelong pursuit, so if you don’t absolutely adore it and want to do it forever, I wouldn’t suggest it as a career path. But I do think high school is a great time to try it out and discover whether or not you’ll want to continue to pursue acting after school.
pandaamonium asked: i wanted to know how those natural beauty treatments ended up working for you! i am trying to clear up mild acne and was wondering if you were happy with the switch from neutrogena to organic products
Hi! Yes I am very happy with the switch. My skin will still sometimes break out depending on the time of month and also if I pick at my skin or not (which I know I shouldn’t do.. but it happens). I feel that my skin is now in better condition over all. The texture has improved and my skin tone has evened out so I can wear extremely minimal makeup comfortably. I have a very normal skin type and it has worked for me but I can’t guarantee it will work for every skin type.
peacelovehappinessx3 asked: hello :) i loved the way your headshots came out, where did you get them printed?
Thanks! I got them printed at a business in Los Angeles called The Actor’s Photo Lab. I went in person, but you can also order prints online and they can mail them to you. I would definitely recommend using them. The website is actorsphotolab.com and phone number is 818-789-9809. Hope that helps.