I also want to ask what does make up mean to you think? It's just like expression, it's just make up for me is like a vehicle more than anything. It's a vehicle for me to be myself. It's a vehicle for me to express aspects of who I am. It's like an opportunity for me to be incredibly creative. It's therapeutic as well to just like create a look. I mean you can completely turn your day around just by putting on a really bomb look like if you're feeling crap, just put on a good makeup Look and feel good about yourself for five seconds, especially the pandemic. I found that like, just getting dressed up for no reason at all and just prancing around the house and the most ridiculous outfit, going grocery shopping and it's actually kind of fun. That's good. We should all do it more often. Yeah, I've definitely been guilty of doing that and just like dressing up for yourself and for fun. I love that. Yeah, that's the only person used to be dressing up for and like whatever your style is, you're doing it for you because it makes you happy. That's the most important thing definitely. What is one of the favorite parts of your job? I love um I think it's the opportunities that have been given understanding that people value my artistry and therefore like the opportunities that come out of that are like incredible being able. Like earlier this year, like I met Rihanna like uh what? Yeah, I met her. I fancy Beauty, flew me to a party in Bel air and I was at a party, my Ghana and I did a shot with her like like that so crazy. Like that happened this year. Like it's actually so well, like doing things like that. Like pointing one. Sorry, uh we need more information just casually. You know, just, what is she like? Oh, she's an angel. She's everything, you know, hopeful. Which is really great. She's really, really sweet and like so kind. And like when I met her, she was like, oh my God, you're my show was amazing. Like she was really, really sweet and kind. And like she at that party, she literally went around to every single person talked personally. I was like incredible. Like you would, you wouldn't expect anything less than mystery. Re she really like, yeah, she's so sweet. So that was like a pinch me moment. Like that's so cool. Like also when I got there, Rihanna's personal makeup artist, Priscilla was like rowing and I was like, you know what? Oh my God, it was really, really cool. And it's like incredible. It's so interesting because I don't like to talk about these things often because I feel weird. I'm like, yes, this happened, it's really cool, but I sometimes forget to pause and be like, what actually happened, that was really cool, you should be really grateful and you should be really proud of yourself because I'm constantly in this industry, everything is moving forward so fast and you do one thing and I was like, okay, what's the next best thing you do? Your or your Halloween looks like, okay now, what's what's christmas, like, you have to keep going, keep pushing forward because everyone else is, But there are just times where I feel like I need to slow down and pause and stop and appreciate the fact that I'm like, so like privilege and so happy to be in this position. Really, really important to do that. So, little moments like that are just a reminder that, you know, you're doing good whenever you have moments of doubt, like you're doing going on the right path. So I think that's something that even if you're not a makeup artist or influence that we all need to remember. I think Maggie and I can definitely be guilty of that as well. Like we achieve this okay, next thing, Next thing thing. So it's addictive, like the feeling of taking something off and going, yeah, yeah, and then keep pushing yourself forward is addictive because that's just the culture that we've grown up in. Um and you you compare yourselves to other people who are like, they're doing that and they're my age, what are you doing that? And it's like, everyone is in their own lane, they're probably saying that person is probably saying the same thing about you, you know, like, it's just, you know, you can't really tell someone's full experience. So I just had this massive like, moment of clarity in the past month and I'm like I met Rhianna this year. It's like, even if you didn't achieve anything this year that you wanted to like your existing of breathing, like just slow down and like appreciate small little things because it's not always about like the next best thing and I think you're never going to be satisfied if that's your focus, you have to make it internal um and just enjoy, enjoy the moment, such good advice to end on, I think.