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Season 1, Episode 5 · 2 years ago

“How Did You Find My Bladder In My Pulse?” with Lady Sarah - EP #5

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On this week's episode of THE BASEMENT LOUNGE, model/entrepreneur Lady Sarah talks about her new makeup line, modeling with an octopus, and the spiritual side of going to the chiropractor.


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...to come on. Let me tell you, I love comedy and I love podcast. So well, it's great, great to have you on here. We're going to work you. You do everything. You do so many things, all of the things. Yes, a little bit of everything, and we're going to we're going to try and touch on as much of that as we possibly can. We mentioned it right at the top, so let's let's start off with with the big one in the room. So you are A, I'm assuming, a professional model. Yeah, yees. How hell do you get into that? Um, you honestly to start by building your portfolio. You have to do you to start out by doing TFP work, which is basically trade for you can trade for images or you know whatever. You work out with the photographer and you start by building your portfolio like that. Or if you want a very well known photographer, then you pay them for a photoshoot session and you to build your media, any social media that you have, and use your portfolio and you go from there. It's that easy, kids. That's all you got to do and then pretty soon, pretty soon you'll be on vote. But but you specifically how? What? where? Did? where? Did this journey start for you, Sarah? For me a journey started. I gave it a try. I felt five years ago when I started, when I turned eighteen. I gave it a try and with life wrapping everything up, I kind of fell out of it. I only did it for about three months and then I actually met who is now my husband and he had a photo shoot. He has done a lot of tattoo modeling and body modification artist shoots for international and United States magazines and he surprised me by throwing me into the photo shoot and he waited a couple months and he asked me, do you miss it, like, do you ever want to do it anymore? And I said Yeah, sometimes, and I said just say the way and I was like okay, and from there he helped me build my media and go from there. And was there. It was there like a specific, like something that inspired you to just be like this is what I want to do, or is this? Let me just kind of fell into no, it definitely was something I wanted to do the second half of it, when it all started the second time. It definitely kind of fell into my lap, but I kind of just took that as a sign to run with something that I had interest in. And you've been going with this for five years now, you said you. Yeah, I was, like I said, I started eighteen and then I fell I fell out of it after just a few months and then it's been about about...

...year, about a year and a half to two years, that I've been in it again. And what are some of your what are your something, because you you do a plethora of different kinds of shoots where solally, I like to keep the portfolio versatile, which is which is which is good. I think it helps keep you from being like, like being type cast. It helps give you a bigger window of opportunity for as far as work goes. Yeah, is there any particular any particular style that's your favorite? Any some like some favorite shoot you've done? Maybe you're just a particular a particular wet shoot you've just style that you really enjoy doing the most. Yeah, I definitely. I definitely lean towards the darker, I guess you would call it Gothic Niche. That is usually like my daily persona. That is the look guy usually always have. But one of my, I think, most standout shoots was right when I started getting back into modeling again. It's about a year ago in the summer. I did a shoot with octopus and I have a giant otopus tattoo down the side of the body and that has kind of somehow become my icon. I hit tagged an offopus things on facebook left and right, so that was kind of my image to my name for quite a while. It's things to still pop up. I I'm looking at that picture right now with with you with the octopus. That that is that's that's that is different if I've ever seen it. So you have that kind of I think that was kind of my intro back into modeling, besides the shoot I did with my husband as my intro intro, but that's kind of what caught on and took me off a little bit there. And so knowing that your husband had such it was such an integral part you getting back into it. That kind of that defeats the purpose of my other question, which is going to be how does your husband feel about all of this? But obviously I'm assuming he's a supporter. Oh my God, yeah, he is so supportive about it. He honestly has done anything and everything he can to help me. He used to. He's actually do a little bit of like a model agency and entertainment agency business a while ago. He's an enterpre entrepreneur himself, so he's done a little bit of everything and has been a business owner few times as well. But so he helped me from there. He helped me with all the media and the building, the presence and all of that. And Yeah, he is. He's the first supportive every everywhere I go that like is a is a local place for me. He is he is the husband. He is always there and always welcome as an escort. That's that's great to hear because, I mean, if anyone is familiar with your work, and you know we posted a couple shots that you sent us on...

Instagram, you know a lot of the stuff you do is, you know, is for lack of a better term is on the more risk gay side, and so so. I mean again, you're lag on a floor tops with an octopus over yet. But yeah, to have to have to have a husband who is not only supportive of that but is involved in it as well, I'm sure, helps alleviate any other couple there that would probably cost some strain here and there. Oh yeah, no, he's super involved. He's supportive and involved was just about every shot I go to. I don't think he has missed a single shoot since I have started this again. It definitely, I think it's actually we've seen it encourage other models to bring their guys along, because there can always be toughed in the industry where some photographers prefer escorts not to be a significant other for obvious reasons of they may have, you know, jumped in or cost problems in the past. Sure, but Jeremy, my husband, Jeremy, has definitely sad a stander, that seems like with you know, having the having that via thing, having it be a good thing. That's that's fantastic to here. It's it's always good because, yeah, you do hear those horror stories of of the I hate use the word jealous, but the jealous significant other that's there on said and they get they get pissy and it can call or maybe the maybe that maybe the model is less easy, have a harder time opening up in front of the camera, you know. So it's good to have that. Yeah, he's definitely super against that stuff. He always says that. You know, he likes to show me off because at the end of the day I'm his and that's what matters. So I'm very grateful to have such a supportive husband on my side. That's fantastic. That's wonderful. And you guys been married for how long? October will be a year. We've been married. Not Quite a year yet. Getting there, still in the honeymoon face. It's all right. So this is so, this is weird. So the way I found you online, and this is for most people, when they find someone, it's because you're looking for there they follow particular trend or something. For me, where I found you online was actually I fell into a hole on youtube and fellow came across a chiropractic video of you with the chiropractor. As somebody who goes to the chiropractor quite often myself. How is that I'm trying to find the video now. I'm blacking on the name of the doctor. But how is that experience with what that guy? Because he's a different kind of chiropractor. He's more than just a regular doctor. He's got kind of a almost a spirril, which spiritualistic side to what he's doing in the doctor's office. Absolutely know that. You definitely nailed it on the head. Yeah, his name is Dr Brett Blinder and I've actually gotten a lot of...

...my new following from people, especially on instagram. I kind of secretly like dropped my instagram tag in the comments somewhere so that anyone that you know, wanted to look hard enough for or wanted to share it could, but because some of the comments weren't so nice. But I want to be super involved with the actual comments. But yeah, no, that was I was definitely a different GIG for me. He had reached out to me and he asked if I was willing to do this Gig and it was, you know, it was a regular chiropractor visit. He'd be taking a video and I was like yeah, sure, you know, we worked out the details and he definitely was like I've been to car parctors before. He is definitely one of the best chiropractors I've ever seen. He'ses a lot of ancient and, like you said, almost spiritual medicine and it was it was crazy for me to see that you could do this with the human body. He actually has an ancient way. I forget what origin it comes from, but he read my pulse and he had a chart behind him where the pulse, certain things about the pass would indicate certain things that would be wrong with the body or that relate to certain areas of your body, and three medical problems that I have issues with. He felt my pulse for like ten minutes, or, sorry, ten seconds, and rattled them off and my husband was in the room with me the whole time and he just like looked up from his phone and looked at me like yes, I mean it's crazy. It's not. It borders the line of like the spiritual side that people find hard to believe with. No, this is spiritual, but there's science, like and he's showing you like this is science and it's crazy. There's there's literally a clip right at the beginning of the video where he's checking your pulse and he just just out of nowhere says, do you get bladder infections? And I love your reaction. It's just oh my God all the time. Yeah, I mean, yeah, I know I'm very open about it like that is one thing that I'm I'm super prime to and I was like, how did you find my bladder in my pulse? He there's a moment I was amazed. There's a moment where he's cracked. He's doing some cracks with your thumb and your wrist and it's yeah, it triggers a very, very heavy emotional response from you. Yeah, I honestly I couldn't explain that. It the just with some of my conditions, the crack and hurt a little bit. So I knew that it was going to it doesn't mean it does for everyone. I'm just a little bit more sensitive to pain these days and I knew. I knew it was going to hurt just a little bit, but I knew the...

...relief would be worth it. And he was explaining the release in certain parts of the body, almost like reflexology. And for some reason, like he cracked the other hand and it was fine and for some reason when he crashed my right hand, it didn't even hurt that bad. I think I was more anxious about this pain, like anticipating it. I just let loose and I couldn't stop and I was laughing at smiling and tears were still running out of my eyes, like I just couldn't. I couldn't stop it and I didn't understand why. And he explained almost spiritually, what it could mean, like after giving hand and that's the hand that you shake with. That's, you know, and I honestly forget all of the all of the meaning that he told me and like what could be, you know, the problem there. But it was it was crazy that that definitely release that emotional response. I did not expect that. Yeah, he mentions at one point something about the wrist is an area of like transition and that yet it was something that I don't know if there's something you want to speak to. There was something going on in your life at that point that maybe you were going through a change of some kind? Yes, that's what he said. That's what it was. Yeah, a lot was changing. I mean my modeling career was taking a little bit of a turn for the better and I started getting into other things in my line of work, such as, you know, owning a makeup company now opening owning a makeup line. We started our magazine that me and my husband run together, and a bunch of other endeavors that we kind of all jumped in, and we kind of jumped into all of them at once. So it made total sense to me what transition he was talking about. We bought a house, we you know, we had all these lights transitions. That just that's stuff. Probably what it was. That's it's amazing to me. I'm not a particularly religious person. I was a practicing wiccan for a number of years. I was raised Catholic. So so stuff like that just just always fascinates me, even though it's not something I I practice anymore. To See it's lutely it also because I go to the chiropractor quite often because, you know, I'm getting old. But that's so great that you mentioned we were going to get to this. This is a great point where you brought up the the cosmetics thing. You're getting into abyss cosmetics by lady Sarah. Let's talk about that a bit here. Had you get into that? Yeah, well, I'd mentioned it with me and my husband. We're talking about it. We talked about either closing or makeup and he was looking at different ways to start up for me and and he always seems...

...to do this to me, but I love them for it. We're at our friend's house and he said they're on the couch and I can't even take credit for all the startup of it because he looks at me and he goes, oh, hey, bit by the way, you have a Nigo company now. I had to tuble take. I'm always like, excuse me, but he was like, Yep, think of the name in two days and let's get to work. I was like okay. So I sat there on the couch for like a straight week at night and I would design my shades, design the products. He'd help me with the labeling is absolutely a drawn part, but he yeah, he helps me a little labeling. I pick out the products, which products I want, what shades I want, and we get them, we get them formulated and everything is a hundred percent cruelty free, nothings tested on animals, and everything except for the regularistic like the tubes that you got to roll up, are a hundred percent Vegan, and the only reason that the lipstick tubes are not is because they're made with bees wax. But the lip class, the liquid lipstick and everything else is a hundred percent vegan. That is that is so. You know, I'm a dude. Makeup is not something I really know a whole lot about it, but I'm always amazed when I see people get into developing their own makeup line, because because there's a part of me that just wonders, you know, like how much into the production do you get, as it's something where you just find a vendor and throw your name on it, or like yeah, how into the process? How involved in the process are you as far as the makeup itself goes? I don't know. I'm definitely that's actually why I like it. I know it's more work, but I love being able to be involved. I didn't want we didn't want to find a place that it was just let's throw our name on it. It's pretty premake cosmetics. I wanted to have more control. I wanted to make sure that the formulation was what I wanted it to be. I wanted it to absolutely be cruelty free in Vegan. So we had to do a lot of research on on that factor and I wanted to be involved. I wanted to be able to take the product, pick the shade, make the shade, if I didn't, you know, like mix the shades, like. I wanted to be able to create it on my own. I didn't want to pick something somebody else made and be a part of putting my name in there. That's that's such a it's such a great way to approach it because, like I said, so many people will just say, Oh, here's the thing, we put my name on it and and and just sell it. You really took the time to figure out what you wanted and how you wanted it to how you wanted it to work and and yeah, that's that's a hell of an endeavor to take on when you're already balancing the modeling and and the kajillion other things...

...that you do. Oh yeah, it's clothing line is still in the works for the near future. It might be it might be half a year and might be two years, but that is still still coming and is still in the works. Yeah, I love some of the names you have. I love the fact that there's a Palette called the resting Bitch Face Palette. That's just fantastic. I love all the reality. The truth. I was actually super close to naming the makeup blind that naming it resting bitch face, and my husband was like yes, I think you might have even mentioned it, and we were both were like yes, absolutely, and then we stopped and I was like, well, you know, some people might not like I gotta think of everyone. It's a business. Might not be able to get to Walmart. Be Honest. Yeah, I mean I would have. I would have went with it, and there's plenty of you know, like Gothic Niche markets on Instagram, at e see and Amazon and everywhere that you can. You can get the alternative stuff, but at that's what's that can I decide? Did I want to make it more universal. I don't personally like pink, but I want pink and everything. I want everyone to be haveful to find something they want. And I'm still working the eyeshadows. Almost everything is done except the eyeshadows. I want to come out with a bunch more power, a bunch of new palettes. But yes, I was super close to meeting for me resting bitch's COS medics, but after we decided that some people might be a little sensitive about that. You know, in in the world we're like rocky. I'll at least it's got to be a palette. It's fantastic. I love it. You mentioned on your on your website you you are a musician and aspiring singer songwriter. Yes, that that is a challenge for me because I everyone laughs at me because I can be a model, I can be in a crowded room and I can have photographers all around me snapping away. I am terrified stage, lime light. I cannot get on a stage to say of my life. I won't do it, I won't. But but I have played piano since I was eight. A few years ago I picked up the UKULELE. I just I love music. I'm just a music bus I'm a encyclopedia about everything old these, you know, s, s, S, techno, Rock, pop, like everything. I just music's a huge thing for me and, like a lot of you know artist, I think everyone kind of has the same story a little by like music help them through something. It is, you know, everyone can connect to some kind of music and I love it and I think. I think, people won't get on a stage and sing for this the life of me. But I love saying my husband doesn't have a beautiful voice, even...

...though no one has really ever heard it. See, I have the opposite problem. I'm I belong on stage, but if you try to put me and I make films, but if you try to make put me in front of the camera, or you know I now now if I'm acting in a play or doing stand up or doing doing music on stage, that's fine. Getting in front of the camera not a fan not my thing or sole office said that's funny. Why, I am you for being able to do that. I'm fine with can't like being in front of a film. Even I did like a gory type music video within the last year and like that I was fine with. I don't bunch of people around me. I knew it was going to be on film. But I can't get on stage. I've just can't. My husband keeps telling me one day Karaoke, I will get a few drinks, yeah, and you will do it, and I was like, if you can manage to have me break that, it doesn't mean I'm going to get on stage. I'll probably just be able to do it when I'm tipsy. Look, Karaoke is the ultimate cherry pop or when it comes to stage fright. I'm just saying aaraoke is the best. Yeah, I love Karaoke so much. You haven't even managed to work up the nerve to do that yet. You'll get there, you'll get there. It's a lot each got to get the right amount. Yeah, I get the right amount of drunk. You just you got to get the right amount of so you're big. I'm a big music fan myself. Now, of course, you know, optics are everything. So anybody who looks at you thinks, okay, girl piercing statoos, she's probably a huge metal head. The do you like the metals? Yeah, I mean it's definitely not one of my more leaned tours genres right, but I honestly listen to a little bit of everything. I absolutely will throw in some have your stuff into my playlist. Honestly, I have to say my top favorites are rock. Of course, that one that was still suits me. I like rock a lot, any kind of rocks, New Rock, s rock. I might lean towards the day's rock a little bit, but I love oldies. I love temptations, I love Dion Wow, I love my oldies. My husband, my husband was too. He'll listen. He'll rock out some beach boys with me and we'll listen to temptations and I love them, but I love I love the metal, but I'm also like a huge sixties music fan. I love love and spoonful, I love the animals. I've been on a've been on a C A s kick lately myself. But but yeah, that goes to show you, folks, optics aren't everything. I look like I look like a sweaty comic book Nerd and I listened to death Metal Lady Sarah. She's a she's an old as, she's an oldies fan. Go figure. Okay, seed. So what is you've got some events coming up. I saw on...

...your facebook page here that you've mentioned to me. You've got the speak easy circus coming up. Yes, the speak easy circus is actually the Saturday ny night, after event, after party at the world out of the expo. It's going by woe woe, and I'm going to be the host of that. So it's going to be awesome. It's going to be, you know, old fashion speak easy mixed with circus, like a Chris Swing. I'm going to do it all right, but I'm going to get an old fashioned flapper looking dressed for that time period. You know, I'm gonna going to play a play into it, but I'm super excited to be a part of the a part of the wall and be a part of hosting that after party event. I'm super excited. Now, for for those who maybe don't know what exactly is the world oddities expo. So the world already expo is a a three day long convention. Usually out of the expos are, you know, just a daylong flea market, but we're making this into a three daylong convention and it's got a little bit of everything. It's got the Tattoo Convention side side where we're going to have tattoo artists, we're going to have taxi dermy classes, we're going to have insect pinning classes, we're going to have different afterparties as well and we're going to have a bunch of vendors as well. That's going to be fantastic. That sounds like so much just just so much fun. It's so much crazy, wild fun with an awesome afterparty the speakeasy circus hosted by Lady Sarah. That's going to be just that's that's great. So, Sarah, are you? Are you a movie fan? Are you a movie buff at all? I am, yes, I am super into movies. Honestly, my husband would definitely have a beatdough. He is a movie encyclopedia. I'm the music freaking. He's definitely the movie freak, but I love them as well. Godfather or Star Wars? What's that? God father or Star Wars for me? Yeah, Godfather, Godfather. Yes, I've never been able to watch a full one all the way through. No, it's they're just long. This like get me. This might get me some hate, but I'm not huge into the Star Wars, Mitch. That's fine. I'm just not. It's fine. We we don't. You don't judge here. The listeners might. I don't judge here. It's fine.

This is a judgment free zone. I I recognize that the godfather films are among the greatest films ever made. The third one maybe not so much, but it's just they're just it's so much to sit through it once. It's so much. You're right. I say that as the guy who went and saw blade runner two thousand and forty nine five times in theaters. But, you know, to each their own, I guess. Yeah, you got any what? Look, I'm sorry, go ahead, no, no, please, please, please, I'm just gonna say no. I like I like already of things. I like thrillers, I like horror movies, like comedies a lot. Any thing that can make me last or anything that can scare me has done a job well a job well done. What is what is something that? What is something that terrifies you, that just unabashedly scares you, other than being on stage? There is one thing, and one thing only, that I actually fear, and I don't know about fear, more just hate. It gets under my skin. Is Clowns. A lot of horror, thank you, clowns. They love clowns and I'm super into like the murder abilience of my husband is a lot of like serial killer murderabilia and I love Gaizy like that. That, that clown image does not bother me. But I super into the horror scene. But I I can't do clowns very easily. I mean I love the movies it, the old and the new version. We are soaked to go see part two very soon, but I know I'm the clowns of one of those things that makes my skin crawl a little bit. I can't, I can't handle on the best. Now I've had to panic attacks in my life, both of which involved clowns. I don't do clowns. Yeah, I did not see the new it. I absolutely will not be going to see it chapter two. Just I can't do it. I Love I love movies. I love a good horror movie. I'm picky with horror movies. There is no force on earth that could get me to go see it or it chapter two. Not Not that one bit. No, I mean s are Brittney spears could, could, could walk in here right now and invite me and it wouldn't happen. Just not. Not, not going to happen. No one. That one I've definitely overcome a little bit. When I was younger it was an a salute irrational fear. I was terrified of clowns. I couldn't go to feel a screen their dason's was, which is local horror attractions, kind of like fun how things around around here, and I just couldn't go because I couldn't see the clown area. I couldn't. I couldn't do it. But I've kind of turned that into just more like they are a just comfort. They're just kind of any irritation that I don't like. Some get me. Some some do still terrify me, but probably I thought it in person. I...

...can watch them in movies now. That's great. Think of a scary clown approached me at night outside, I would be screaming. So you're such a multifaceted, versatile human being. You might you've done modeling. Thank you. The music thing. You're a business owner. Is there any one talent you have that's just utterly useless? But you you, you'll hit. Your talent nonetheless. A useless talent? My husband would probably say talking or a useless talent? I don't know, I don't really think so. I mean I'm super like techy, but that's actually useful. You're super picky, tacky. I was super tachy. That's very useful toology. Yeah, it's very easy. I don't think any useless talents because, like I get I can I can make my entire scalp shift. That's entirely useless, but for some reason I can do it. I don't know what it is. That's cool. So before we before we start wrapping up here, I'm getting the light for my producer real quick. Just want to ask a so you've got you've got abyss cosmetics going on. You've got the world out of ease expo, with the speakeasy circus coming up here soon. What else is coming up in the pipeline for Lady Sarah here in two thousand and nineteen, as we as we're in the last chunk of two thousand and nineteen, get ready for two thousand and twenty. What's coming up in the pipeline for you? Honestly, my goal is to just keep going. Usually all of my new endeavors are there thought through, but they're usually in the moment. They're usually super fast. Like I said, we've we've talked about and deliberated over a possible clothing line, but we're not quite sure when, or you know when, that's going to be in the works yet. We're hoping the I can just keep building, honestly, building the portfolio and the media that I have to keep my mindel and going. You can never stop working at it or it'll fall off. It's true. Well, Sarah, I want to end definitely very excited for the world out of the EXPRA. That's a big that's a big deal for me, which is in the most haunted hotel in Maryland, which makes it even cooler. That's the Lord Baltimore Hotel, right, yes, yes, the Lord Baltimore Hotel in Maryland, and that's going on November first through November three in Baltimore, Maryland, guys. So make sure you get your tickets to that and check out the speak easy circus hosted by Lady Sarah as well. Lady Sarah, thank you. Thank you a million times for calling in and being on the show today. It was an absolute pleasure to have...

...you absolutely. Thank you for having me real quick. Why don't you tell the folks who are listening where they can find you on the interwebs if they so desire? Yeah, absolutely. My website is www dot lady Sarah dot org and my instagram handle is at Lady Sarah Two, one hundred and thirty five, all all lower case, no underscores or anything like that. And then I do have my lady Sarah Public to be your page on Facebook, which is just as it sounds, lady Sarah, and I keep up with all my media and posting there, and my website has prince for sale. You can fill out my contact form and get a hold of me that way as well if you'd like to. You know, do any bookings or tell me about a concept you might have or anything like that. And for the makeup company, you can ask me about the link forward. I have it in my bio on my instagram, but I can also send it to you if you tell out a contact form or message me on instagram. That is that's fantastic. Sarah, everybody, make sure you go to her website, Lady Sarah Dot Org. Check out everything there, check out on Facebook, facebookcom Lady Sarah Two, one hundred and thirty five, as well as on instagram. Sarah, thank you so much for being on the show. Absolutely thank you for having me. Guys. That's going to do it for this week's episode of the Basement Lounge. Will be back again next week with a brand new episode and a brand new guest. As always, make sure you, guys check out my website, Mike Shay comedycom, for all the info there shows upcoming episodes. Make sure you click the PODCAST TAB for more INFO on this show. Click the DMZ films tab for more information on my upcoming film work. And until next week, guys, will see you then. Make sure you use as always. Live well, rock on, take care and BUBBA.

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