Vivian Green Talks About Being Easy And Fly

Singer Vivian Green has been in rotation since her come back with her fourth CD called  “The Green Room”.  With all her success and being a single mother to son Jordan she likes to keep it easy and simple. See how she maintains her simplistic lifestyle by staying balanced, refreshed and beautiful.

“I will get dressed up and look cute at times, but I am so busy I like to keep my look easy and comfortable.” 

Fresh Face

“My skin is dry so my cleanser must be creamy. I wash my face with Neutrogena Deep Clean Cream Cleanser.”


I want to be photo-ready in the event that a fan wants to take a picture. One product that I wear every day is Laura Mercier Powder. It’s very simple and reduces shine. I like to keep my regimen simple.  For my eyes I use Maybelline Great Lash Volumizing Mascara. One thing I must do every day are my eyebrows. They don’t have the natural arch I would like so I use a pencil. My brands range from Revlon to L’Oreal. 


My curls change with the seasons. I use Mizani True Textures Moisture Stretch Curl Extending Cream to loosen up my curls. I also use Mizani Scalp Care Shampoo and Conditioner because I tend to have a dry scalp.


Eating healthy is a big part of my lifestyle. I’ve been this way for about 15 years.  When I stopped eating fast food and fried food, I felt better and had more energy.  My diet includes little to no dairy and I’m huge on green vegetables.  My workout of choice is running, along with the Insanity Workout.  To keep my peace of mind, diet and exercise play a big role.  I was also raised to keep my on the ground. I come from a very spiritual conscious family, so I was taught that through prayer and meditation there’s a more peaceful place you can go. ♥

3 Facts about Vivian Green

1. She can’t live without Mint Lip Balm from The Body Shop.

2. Her favorite workout album of all time is Destiny’s “Child Survivor.”

3. Her perspective on life: “In life there are so many obstacles and I’ve been through a lot. I do know that I can turn anything negative into a positive outcome. Just for the lesson.”
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