ILLUMINATE COSMETICS (2016-) Ashley as CEO Genre : Beauty/Cosmetic Line Status : Available for Purchase Release : May 27, 2016
Illuminate by Ashley Tisdale is a make-up line for everyday girls just looking to have fun with it. From inspiring goddess palettes to lip color inspired by her favorite cities in the world, let us help Illuminate you.
SKYLANDERS ACADEMY (2016-) Ashley as Stealth Elf Genre : Animated Comedy Series Statuts : Season 3 on Netflix Release : October 28, 2016
In the world of Skylands, Spyro the Dragon, Stealth Elf, and Eruptor are new graduates at Skylanders Academy. Under the teachings of Master Eon and Jet-Vac, the three of them will learn what it means to be a Skylander while fighting the evil Kaos and other villains of Skylands.
ASHLEY TISDALE APP (2018) Ashley as Creator Genre : App for iOS & Android Status : Available to Downloand Release : January 8, 2018
Follow Ashley Tisdale through her Official App smarturl.it/AshleyTisdaleapp. Download the free Ashley Tisdale app now! Stay connected to Ashley Tisdale on her official app.
MACGYVER (2018) Ashley as Allie Winthrop Genre : TV Series Episode : Seson 2 Episode 13 Release : January 12, 2018
While participating in a challenge for government operatives to create robotic combat machines, Mac must help his biggest competitor when her vehicle is hacked and headed for the Pentagon.
MUSIC SESSIONS EP (2018) Ashley as Singer Genre : Extended Play Status : Available Release : February 16, 2018
An EP of Ashley Tisdale's YouTube music sessions, where she covers songs of artists she loves, was published for all fans. It's only volume 1, Ashley said which means a second one could follow.
VOICES IN MY HEAD (2018) Lead single of 'Symptoms' Genre : Single Status : Available Release : November 8, 2018
The lead single of Ashley's thrird studio album 'Symptoms' is all about dealing with the rude voices in Ashley's head telling her what not to do, holding her back and how she deals with them.
CHARMING (2018) Ashley as Cinderella Genre : Animated Movie Status : Complete Release : TBA
Cursed as a child under a magic spell, Prince Philip Charming (Wilmer Valderrama) compulsively proposes to every woman he encounters, leaving a trail of lovesick ladies and scorned lovers to wreak vengeful havoc on the kingdom.
MILO MURPHY'S LAW (2019) Ashley as Candace Flynn Genre : Animated TV Series Status : Complete Release : January 2019
Milo and his friends meet the gang from the Tri-State Area. A crossover special of two huge Disney shows will air during the second season of Milo Murphy's Law.
LOVE ME & LET ME GO (2019) Second single of 'Symptoms' Genre : Music Status : Available Release : January 25, 2019
The second single off of Ashley's third studio album 'Symptoms' is all about dealing with anxiety, the sleepless nights and questions running through your mind.
SYMPTOMS (2019) Third Studio Album Genre : Single Status : Complete Release : 2019
Almost a decade after the release of her second studio album Ashley is back with music. The third studio album 'Symptoms' will be released in 2019, contain 9 songs of Ashley's personal journey with depression and anxiety, all written by herself.
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We’re getting closer to the release of Ashley’s new song Love Me & Let Me Go, the second single off her new album Symptoms. Last night (January 10th) she filmed the music video in Los Angeles. Just these shot from her Instagram Stories got us hyped.
We’re getting even more information about the upcoming glow up palettes from Ashley Tisdale‘s Illuminate Cosmetics.
The two highlighting palettes, with both warn and cool shades – are weeks away from their debut.
Along with the highlight and contour palettes, Ashley will also be coming out with a new Illuminate 4-Piece Brush Set. The palettes will be priced at $17, and the brush set at $20.
“We want to deliver easy-to-use, cruelty-free products that work for everyone — from makeup rookies to completely-obsessed enthusiasts,” she recently told US Weekly. “Each product is curated to help the everyday girl.”
2019 is coming closer and Ashley has reached so much this year. On Instagram she shared a wonderful message with us:
2018 you’ve been an emotional roller coaster from day one! You tested me from all angles. I would say you weren’t the greatest but too many life changing things came from it. Taking over @illuminatecosmetics and officially becoming a CEO has def been the most stressful thing I’ve ever done but also rewarding. I faced my demons that I’ve been running from straight in the face and created art out of it (@symptoms) I would say this year has been a year of creating and being my most authentic self. I can’t wait for all the things I’ve been working so hard on to come out in 2019! I’m excited to continue to share my journey and be brave when I’m feeling vulnerable. I am stronger, wiser, and more determined than ever and I am READY!
Via Instagram Stories Ashley also took a look back on her personal highlights of 2018, including becoming the CEO of Illuminate Cosmetics, the third studio album Symptoms, magazine covers, Voices In My Head, she re-posted the preview of the new Illuminate palette and we got a preview of Ashley’s song Vibrations.
This Is Ashley Tisdale’s Secret to Managing Her Anxiety (and Her Dog’s, Too)
Anxiety is real for both humans and their pups, but Tisdale has figured out how to manage both.
Ashley Tisdale is about as different as can be from her well-known High School Musical character Sharpay Evans. In real life, she’s a hike-loving, meditation-doing, regular girl who deals with stress and anxiety just like the rest of us. One outlet for her stress? Her lovable Maltipoo Maui, who, like her mother, also suffers from anxiety at times. Here’s how Tisdale keeps both of their nerves at a manageable level.
On her exercise routine
“I like to exercise five times a week, and I feel like that helps me stay really strong and also less stressed,” Tisdale tells Health. One of her favorite ways to fit in a workout is by hiking with her pup. “It really helps to clear my mind, and I love to be outdoors in Los Angeles.”
On the importance of meditation
During fashion week, Tisdale posted a video on Instagram on her way to a fashion show, and mentioned that while going to events like those can cause her anxiety to spike, listening to music helps her calm down.
Another self-care strategy she swears by? Meditation. Tisdale meditates daily with 10 minutes of mindfulness each morning, and tries not to have too much caffeine. “I’m a huge coffee lover, but it actually makes me more anxious, so I just do one cup and meditation,” she explains.
Want to meditate like Ashley? Head to iTunes and search for DEN Meditation—they’re recorded by Tal Rabinowitz, founder of L.A. meditation studio The DEN. “It is honestly the best thing– I’ve cried every single time,” she reveals.“I can’t even explain to you…you get through something and you feel so much better.”
On her desert island beauty product
As the woman behind makeup brand Illuminate Cosmetics, Tisdale knows a thing or two about the products that really matter. One she can’t live without? Oil. She prefers coconut oil, since “you can use it on your face, your skin and your hair,” she says. Her fave is Trader Joe’s Organic Virgin Coconut Oil ($9; amazon.com).
On styling her iconic haircut
For her thick, curly strands, Tisdale recommends SexyHair Tri-Wheat Leave-In Conditioner ($18; ulta.com), which she says helps revive damage. “I have really processed hair, obviously—my color has gone from brunette to blonde in a couple of months, so I like to deep condition it.”
She loves her short hair, though, noting that it gets even better the longer she goes in between washes. “The best thing with short haircuts is that you’re able to leave it a couple of days,” she says. Her go-to tool: a small curling iron that can create her trendy bends. (We love this one from Sutra.)
On her idea of self-care
“I like to take a bath,” says Tisdale, adding that she’ll put bath lavender or bath salts in the tub to elevate the experience.We like Pursoma After The Class Bath Salts ($34; net-a-porter.com) because they’re packed with magnesium, lavender, and essential oils for ultimate relaxation.
On how she gets Maui to calm down
Little known fact: dogs can suffer from anxiety. Tisdale describes her own pup’s panic episodes as just what you would expect from a human—shallow breathing, shaking, the works. To keep Maui at ease, Tisdale has discovered Happy Hempies ($30 for 30 treats; bestbullysticks.com), a hemp-laced dog treat that leave her canine at ease. (Tisdale is an ambassador for the brand.) “It’s the best way to keep her calm,” she says.
It’s that time of year again: Jingle Ball time! Ashley attended the Z100’s Jingle Ball in New York City, New York on Friday (December 7th). She also presented on stage. Fun fact: Ashley tweeted she worked on her makeup all by herself in just 20 minutes. SO BEAUTIFUL!
Ashley Tisdale has finally returned with new music. She has a new album on the way called Symptoms and fans already have the first taste of the forthcoming release via its first single “Voices In My Head.”
“‘Voices in My Head’ is really personal for me. The whole album is personal. It’s called Symptoms and it’s really based off of my journey through anxiety and depression. I felt like ‘Voices’ was the best first single because it really explains what the whole album is about,” Tisdale explains to iHeartRadio. She continues, “I co-wrote every single song on the album and it’s so different. It’s a different feeling from like my past music because it is so personal, and everything from the music video, to the art, to the music itself has been all of me and just my creative vision. It’s something that I feel fans will really get to know me for the first time, rather than just me as a character on a movie or a TV show.”
Ashley adds about what fans can expect to hear on Symptoms, “It’s really fun. It’s upbeat and has some electronic elements to it. I think that a lot of the response that I get from my friends is that they all can relate to it. There are a lot of songs that are really relatable, but I think that they’ll really get to know me and I really wanted to make a point to not make music that you kind of dwell in the feelings of anxiety and depression. I really wanted to be upbeat and be like, you know, we can get through this. I just wanted to make someone at home feel less alone.”
To celebrate the next chapter of Tisdale’s career, we took a walk down memory lane with the singer/actress and revisited some of her best throwback pictures. From her High School Musical days as Sharpay Evans, to epic red carpet outfits, Ashley shared the stories behind each photo.
See the video below to find out what Ashley had to say about her #TBT Instagram posts.
Also check out these two bonus posts with quotes [not included in the video]
High School Musical at the Emmys
[My] ultimate goal in life [is] to win an Emmy. Yeah, we didn’t get to keep these! They went to the producers. That was like really cool though. We had so much fun. So crazy. It feels like a lifetime ago but that was really cool. An achievement.
Going Undercover on the High School Musical Tour
That was like, it’s really funny because when we were doing the tour of High School Musical, we were playing these humongous venues and we would just get tired of craft service or what we had. So we really wanted like the junk food in the venue and so it would be like … these venues were like I think 20,000 people, and so we would put these wigs on, and I even got to the point where I think Corbin Bleu’s dad was just getting tons of people coming up to him because they recognized his dad. And I went up to him and I was like I’m a huge fan! And he saw it was me and knew not to say anything. But yeah, we just used to wear these wigs and like go into the venue and nobody even knew it was us so it was pretty cool.