Tiffany Haddish snacks on pickles mixed with candy

Tiffany Haddish is a fan of making her own sweet and salty snack combinations.The Like a Boss actress has opened up about all of her favourite foods in a video for the Harper’s Bazaar YouTube channel, noting she will often have leftovers for breakfast …

Tiffany Haddish is a fan of making her own sweet and salty snack combinations.

The Like a Boss actress has opened up about all of her favourite foods in a video for the Harper’s Bazaar YouTube channel, noting she will often have leftovers for breakfast and munch on apples, oranges, nectarines, dried apricots, and almonds in-between meals.

But on occasion, Tiffany also likes to mix up her own treats using pickles and whatever candies she has to hand.

“I love a good dill pickle, the big ones that they sell in the big jar. You get those, and you bite the top off, and then you put in a Now and Later, or a Jolly Rancher, or a peppermint in the middle,” she explained. “Wow! When I tell you, delicious flavours to savour! So damn good.”

Another mix Tiffany discovered as a child and still occasionally likes to do involves dipping a pickle in Kool-Aid powder.

“Now, it sounds like diabetes but I tell you, it feels like success,” the 40-year-old insisted.

Elsewhere in the chat, Tiffany also shared her hack for making the ultimate nacho dish.

Armed with two bags of chips, the star will then make a visit to a “ghetto” ice cream truck.

“You get a bag of Doritos and you buy a bag of Fritos, you mix those two chips together. Then you tell them to put two scoops of chilli inside that bag with cheese on top and jalapenos! Mmmm, that’s the good life!” she exclaimed.

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Salma Hayek claps back at troll over Botox claims

Salma Hayek has clapped back at a troll who criticised her for having “too much Botox”.The Frida actress shared a snap of herself by the beach on her Instagram page on Tuesday, with the image showing her looking radiant as her hair blew in the wind. Ho…

Salma Hayek has clapped back at a troll who criticised her for having “too much Botox”.

The Frida actress shared a snap of herself by the beach on her Instagram page on Tuesday, with the image showing her looking radiant as her hair blew in the wind.

However, one of her followers seemed to take issue with her appearance and wrote in the comments: “Too much Botox :(. Not needed Salma!”

Salma was quick to respond, firing back with the tongue-in-cheek response: “I don’t have Botox. But thank you for the advice because I was thinking maybe it’s time.”

The star previously revealed she thought it might be fun to experiment with Botox and lip injections for her movie Like a Boss, in which she plays wealthy cosmetic mogul Claire Luna, but quickly decided that was a bad idea.

“First, I wanted to do Botox and inject my lips, which I’ve never done,” she said in an interview with InStyle magazine in December, explaining that because of a back-to-back shooting schedule, she wasn’t allowed to get Botox injections, so opted for fillers instead.

Heading to her friend, dermatologist Dr. Maurice Dray, Salma confessed she was unaware of how much the procedure would hurt.

“My friend Dr. Dray said, ‘I don’t know if you’re going to be happy because it’s going to hurt super bad.’ I said, ‘Well, let’s give it a try.’ He put the first needle in my mouth, and I immediately said, ‘No! Forget it! I’m done!'” the 53-year-old laughed.

After backing out of the fillers, Salma wore prosthetics to play her larger-than-life character, with her adding, “So instead it became, ‘How do I make it look like I have lip injections?’ And we got these huge teeth.”

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Tiffany Haddish and Rose Byrne bonded over drinks to prepare for Like a Boss

Tiffany Haddish invited Rose Byrne for drinks so they could establish a friendship like their characters in Like a Boss.In the new comedy, Haddish and Byrne play Mia and Mel, who have been best friends for two decades and are co-founders of a beauty br…

Tiffany Haddish invited Rose Byrne for drinks so they could establish a friendship like their characters in Like a Boss.

In the new comedy, Haddish and Byrne play Mia and Mel, who have been best friends for two decades and are co-founders of a beauty brand.

When the Girls Trip star got the Like a Boss script and learned she might be playing the Australian actress’s best friend, she decided to reach out and invite her for drinks so she could see if they had the chemistry required to convincingly play longtime pals.

“We hung out for four hours,” the comedienne told InStyle magazine. “We’re sitting, we’re drinking, we’re eating, we’re laughing. Having so much fun. We just instantly connected. I was like, ‘Girl, I think we should walk down the street and see a psychic to see if we were sisters or cousins in a past life.’”

But the Bridesmaids actress admitted she was nervous to meet Haddish because she feared they might not get on as well as they needed to.

“I was so nervous,” she shared. “The most important part of the movie is that we’re besties and have that connection. And we’re so different — but we figured out that we have so many things in common. We’re exactly 5 feet 6 and a half, have really small ears, were born in 1979…”

Mel and Mia’s friendship is tested when Claire Luna, played by Salma Hayek, invests in their small company, and the Mexican actress couldn’t help but gush about her co-stars.

“The three of us were very different from each other, and that makes for a richer experience,” she said. “I just fell in love with them.”

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Tiffany Haddish never had acne until she started making movies

Tiffany Haddish only began to suffer from acne after her movie career took off. The 40-year-old actress made her breakthrough in movies with her scene-stealing role in 2017’s Girls Trip, and has been working non-stop ever since, with appearances in fi…

Tiffany Haddish only began to suffer from acne after her movie career took off.

The 40-year-old actress made her breakthrough in movies with her scene-stealing role in 2017’s Girls Trip, and has been working non-stop ever since, with appearances in films such as Night School, Nobody’s Fool, Like a Boss, and The Kitchen.

Although she is enjoying her successful career, Tiffany has now admitted to Allure that her skin has paid the price for her busy work schedule and the heavy make-up she is required to wear on set.

“Before I was famous, my beauty regimen was: Wash your a*s, wash your face, moisturise,” she shared. “It was simple because I didn’t wear make-up every day. Now I’m shooting movies and TV shows, constantly putting make-up on my face, constantly being outside. Oh, my gosh, I break out so bad. I’d never had acne until I started doing a lot of movies.

“You’ve got to have the right stuff to dig that make-up out of your pores. I use that Tatcha Pure One Step Camellia Cleansing Oil. After filming Girls Trip – they put that heavy make-up on you and you’ve been sweating all day in that New Orleans weather – I was breaking out for a whole year.”

Tiffany’s skin started to improve once she invested in the Clarisonic Mia Prima Facial Cleansing Skincare Device, which uses sonic technology to brush and deeply cleanse the skin.

When she’s filming, the comedienne uses the Tatcha cleanser and makes sure she puts coconut oil “all over my face” before she goes to bed, while she also likes to whip up a mask made from Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay and apple cider vinegar and apply the mixture once a week.

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Salma Hayek was tempted to get lip fillers for Like a Boss

Salma Hayek was tempted to get lip fillers to play a larger-than-life beauty entrepreneur in her new movie, Like a Boss.The actress wanted to go all out with her portrayal of Claire Luna, who offers to buy a beauty company run by Mia and Mel, as played…

Salma Hayek was tempted to get lip fillers to play a larger-than-life beauty entrepreneur in her new movie, Like a Boss.

The actress wanted to go all out with her portrayal of Claire Luna, who offers to buy a beauty company run by Mia and Mel, as played by Rose Byrne and Tiffany Haddish in the film.

Wanting to impress director Miguel Arteta with her commitment to the role, Salma has now revealed she went to the extremes with her character preparation.

“First, I wanted to do Botox and inject my lips, which I’ve never done,” she said in an interview with InStyle magazine, explaining that because of a back-to-back shooting schedule, she wasn’t allowed to get Botox injections, so opted for fillers instead.

Heading to her friend, dermatologist Dr. Maurice Dray, Salma confessed she was unaware of how much the procedure would hurt.

“My friend Dr. Dray said, ‘I don’t know if you’re going to be happy because it’s going to hurt super bad.’ I said, ‘Well, let’s give it a try.’ He put the first needle in my mouth, and I immediately said, ‘No! Forget it! I’m done!'” the 53-year-old laughed.

After backing out of the fillers, Salma wore prosthetics instead.

“So instead it became, ‘How do I make it look like I have lip injections?’ And we got these huge teeth,” she added.

Elsewhere in the interview, the mother-of-one revealed that she is fully embracing getting older and has her mother and grandmother to thank for her no-nonsense approach to ageing.

“My mother always demonstrated the importance of ageing gracefully. I never saw her or my grandmother being afraid of getting old. And so, I don’t have that fear,” Salma shared.

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