Christine Quinn of the hit Netflix show Selling Sunset is known for both her sassy ways and her fashion-forward looks, giving viewers as much of a treat with her style as they have with real estate. Apparently, those looks don’t come cheap as the reality star revealed that it’s definitely expensive to be her.
In a recent interview, the real estate agent dished on her confidence and how she’s tired of being labeled a “b–ch” for speaking her mind. She also noted her “big personality” that lent itself to her over-the-top style and ability to be “truth-bearing.” Plus, she shared the details of the work she’s had done and the work that goes into every look.
“I’m all about plastic surgery truth-bearing. It’s important in a world where there’s this façade of social media causing people to have body dysmorphia,” she told Vogue magazine on September 8. “People think that [things are] real, and they’re not. I tell people all the time: I got my boobs done, I get my lips done, tons of Botox, tons of makeup. How I look on [Selling Sunset] is not how I look when I wake up in the morning. When it comes to the show, I don’t do my own hair. I do my own makeup because I love doing it. The full start to finish, including wardrobe, is around two and a half to three hours. My glam isn’t cheap, either—$1,000 a day, if I go all out. It’s expensive to look this cheap.”
As much as fans may love the high fashion and real estate porn the series brings, they also appreciate the genuine vulnerability and often fraught relationship dynamics between the cast, an alchemy that definitely skyrocketed its status for reality TV viewers.
Christine recently revealed that Netflix has yet to officially renew the show for a fourth season, but she’s definitely confident about its return.
“It hasn’t been confirmed yet, but obviously it was one of the top 10 most-watched show on Netflix in August, so…” she told TMZ on September 21.
Christine said that she and her other castmates would know “hopefully soon” about the possible new season since she needed to “start planning [her] outfits.” She also revealed who she believed might come back.
“I think all the b–ches are so thirsty and they’ll do anything for a dollar,” the 31-year-old quipped. “I think everyone’s coming back! I think everyone brings their own different form of boring-ness, so the show is dynamic and [it] works and then there’s me!”
“I mean I don’t know, if he gives a better commission split, maybe it’s something I’ll think about!” she joked. “No, but I think he’s still gonna be on the show […] ’cause his dynamic’s great. They’re the twins, you know, they work together.”