Hey Hustlers! Here is your scoop on me, Michaela.
I moved from Lima, Peru, where Carmela and I went to school together, to Washington, DC for college. I graduated from Georgetown University and decided I loved the city way too much and wanted to stay.
Carmela and I always have a blast, and sometimes make questionable (but fun) decisions together. Last year, when I visited her in NYC, I rented a Limo from a club to another bar; very spur of the moment, DEFINITELY not on my budget, but 100% worth it.
Favorite drink: Aperol Spritz – if I’m feeling classy; Vodka Redbull – the other 90% of the time
Favorite thing to make: Charcuterie boards! I love hosting and feeding my friends.
Beauty product I can’t live without: “Charlotte Tilbury – Very Victoria” matte lipstick
Best dating/flirting tip: Get out there! You have nothing to lose by going on that date you’re unsure about. Who knows, you may end up liking the person.
Best moment of my career so far: Getting a job at a Big 4 firm right after college
Something in my apartment that just makes sense: TBD – Coming soon 2021
Hey Hustlers! Here is your scoop on me, Carmela.
I graduated from Syracuse University in Upstate NY and currently live in NYC. The big apple, yes, very fun.
One of the best memories I have with Michaela is that we used to go to the same gym in Peru and whenever we ran into each other we would just ditch our routines and go to the elliptical to talk. Oh, and we’re up to date with all the latest Spanish music, so if you want recs, hit us up!
Favorite drink: (If on a meeting or date) Moscow Mules (if Mr. Brightside is playing) Redbull Vodkas.
Favorite thing to make: I make a mean Lomo Saltado.
Beauty product I can’t live without: A “La Roche Posay” facial sunscreen .
Best dating/flirting tip: Not a tip, just an opinion, but I never go all out with makeup on first dates; if they don’t like you at your worst, they don’t deserve you at your best.
Best moment of my career so far: Getting the chance to intern abroad at a Refugee Center.
Something in my apartment that just makes sense: NYC views – nothing beats a window facing a brick wall.