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In this episode of New in the Q, Alexa Ray Joel shares a few things she's been obsessed with during quarantine.
ALEXA RAY JOEL: Hi, guys. This is Alexa Ray Joel. I'm going to share a few things that I have been obsessed with during quarantine.
For all my fellow bookworms out there, this is the "Art of Seduction" by Robert Greene. For me as a performer, I'm always trying to learn how to seduce my audience and how to really make a big impact with my art. He's a little edgy with his writing. It's kind of a little sexy too, which is fun.
So another thing that I am obsessed with, this is Biosil. It's a collagen biotin 100% vegetarian capsule. I swear by it. It helps with hair, skin, nails. It reduces fine lines and wrinkles. My mom actually represents this product and she looks pretty damn good, so she knows what she's doing.
And as you're going back out, safely, but surely, this is my favorite red lip. This is Inappropriate Red. You can see how lush, how beautiful this color is. This is a classic scarlet, traffic stopping red. It's very easy to apply. You can't get any better than this one.
So during quarantine, and just for life, a must have in general is this Caudalie grapewater. Oh, it just refreshes your skin. And you know the trend now is like everybody can't be hydrated and glowy enough. And without adding more cakey product, this kind of just gives you that natural luminous glow that everyone's always looking for.
So another must have is my new single, "Seven Years," that is out now. The song is really a musical love letter. I really tell the story of seven years in my relationship with my fiancee Ryan. It also sort of sets the tone for New York City, which is where we first met, all the romantics and New York City lovers can relate to.
I'm really blessed to have the parents that I have, because they're both artists at their core. My mom starred in "Chicago" on Broadway. She painted my father's "River of Dreams" album cover. And my father, of course, legendary and all of that. In terms of songwriting, my father, you know, he sets the bar pretty damn high. So I'm actually probably the toughest on myself. Because I know that the general public will inevitably compare his music to my own. I learned a lot from him as a songwriter.
That's a wrap, folks. Thank you so much for checking out my obsessions in New in the Q. Cheers.