Shiny Things & Muddy Pastels
Tinsel advises her viewers on a wide gamut of topics – from the importance of finding a hat to “match your essence" to glitter eyeshadow to and then all the way to a caveman, named Mike.
Traveling east of one's comfort zone can have unexpected consequences -- especially when driving ASAP to the DMV for a brand-new P.H.O.T.O on your TN (Totally New) ID. TT: Totally True.
Tinsel gives a language lesson on LA slang and – more importantly – the dictionary’s urgent need for a very shiny and very personalized new verb.
In this first Diary Episode where Tinsel reveals details of her personal life, a routine beauty routine turns ugly when she discovers the horrifyingly disfigured remains of her beloved "beauty bar", carelessly dropped on the shower floor by her arch nemesis: her mother.
Tinsel helps a new follower with her LA spin on a classic dilemma: what to do when you crave pie after a nice piece of steak.
Tinsel shows her viewers how to survive all the horrors of flu in her uniquely LA way: by turning her Robitussin into lemonade and her sick day into a spa day.
By discovering and then her channeling inner Dr. Phil, Tinsel also discovers her one true calling in life: helping hapless others.
What's meant to be an informative and eye-popping lecture on LA's hottest trend – The Eyelash Bar – – instead devolves into a rant about her disapproving mother after Tinsel is ousted from the comfort of her bed and forced to broadcast “Blair Witch style” from the cold floor of her bedroom closet.
Tinsel, who takes to the streets of LA to explain the rules of the road, desperately searches for a volunteer/victim to star in her brand-new mystery segment, “Analyze Your Face”, but instead makes an unexpected new admirer. Sort of.
Trying to expand her coffee horizons, Tinsel ventures outside her comfort zone and into the vast jungles that lie east of La Cienega Boulevard and returns home with her own version of PTSD. And also a coffee mug.