I like a grizzly look as long as it's maintained. Facial hair requires maintenance; you can't just grow it out and be done with it.
A living cell requires energy not only for all its functions, but also for the maintenance of its structure.
There are plenty of people out there talking about how difficult it is for some of us to just deal with all the stuff we already have, from packed closets that need organizers to storage spaces to maintenance costs, etc. Lots of people are reevaluating whether or not they need giant garages full of stuff and finding that they don't.
My look is pretty low maintenance, I have a great team around me for hair and make-up, and they have also taught me some great tricks over the years for when I'm doing my own.
I think I used to be lower maintenance. I think I'm slowly becoming higher maintenance.
If I'm feeling in a naughty mood, I'll steal some of Mama's Creme De La Mer. If I'm feeling in a very naughty mood, I'll steal some of Daddy's Creme De La Mer. On the whole though, I'm very low maintenance.
I'm very low maintenance. I use Simple wipes to take off my makeup, wash my hair with whatever's in the shower.
Strangely enough, my favorite airport is Logan Airport in Boston - but largely for sentimental reasons. My first real summer job was working as a journeyman for the airport's resident maintenance crew - a small army of union electricians, plumbers, and carpenters.
I've always been a little high maintenance. I'm, like, upper-middle-class maintenance.
The real challenge in doing a TV show is in what I would call the maintenance energy. You take that creative energy and you use it every week, of course. But you then need to maintain the quality of the stories, and it's harder to do.