Adamari López learned a lot about fashion and beauty from her mother Vidalina Torres. Torres passed away in 2012 after battling cancer, but she left her daughter with many lessons. “My mom loved it because it was groomed. She was a teacher and she was always combined, pressed and taught us from a young age,”says the Puerto Rican actress, who puts into practice some of those lessons to fix her daughter Alaïa. And she adds of her mother: “She went once a week to do a hairstyle or had a spray teasing and she had hair that could not be touched. She always had a lot of makeup on.”
Today the presenter of Un nuevo día (Telemundo), who is the new image of Aveeno, remembers how her mother had dressed her elegantly since she was a child. “In my house they dressed me for the processions so that people could see me. At home I was little and they loved me very much. They said, 'Look at our girl.' I always remember myself in thread suits,”he says. "I was a girl who was always dressed and with Alaïa we do the same". And he adds of his daughter, who accompanies her in the Aveeno campaign: "We never leave Alaïa in a diaper, she is always dressed."
López confesses that just as she learned from her own mother, Alaïa inherited her taste for fashion and beauty products. "She was flirtatious, I always worried from a young age like she looked," she admits smiling. “I put on makeup because it was in the novels and because I liked it. I always had the conscience to take off my makeup. My mom made me bathe every day. " Her baby is also making up by imitating her and is learning from Adamari to take care of herself. “Nothing better than being massaged and pampered. Sometimes doing my hair and makeup makes me feel like I am in a spa, "concludes López. "I love shoes, wallets, rings but a spa, a good massage or a caress from the husband is better."