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Ashley Tisdale Hosted The LA Art Show Opening Night Premiere Party Benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Written by Erika on February 17 2023

Ashley Tisdale attended the LA Art Show opening night premiere party hosted by Ashley Tisdale benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at Los Angeles Convention Center on February 15, 2023 in Los Angeles, California.

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Frenshe | How I’m Dealing With Alopecia

Written by Erika on January 14 2023

Ashley has written a new article on about how she is dealing with alopecia.

A couple of months ago, while simultaneously moving, starting a home renovation, and kicking off a TV project, I noticed that a patch of my hair was starting to fall out. Nothing major—just a small section behind my ear—but still, it was happening, and not for the first time. A few years ago, the same thing happened when I was overly stressed, so I knew exactly what I was experiencing: alopecia.

Alopecia and hair loss are fairly common, but a lot of people feel embarrassed to talk about these issues. Any type of hair loss can affect your self-esteem, especially if you feel like you’re the only one going through it. That’s why I want to talk about it openly—because it’s nothing to be ashamed of. Sometimes it’s connected to hormones, other times to heredity, and for me, it’s connected to stress overload. Here’s what I’ve learned about my alopecia.

1. Don’t let worry take over
Any type of hair loss, from alopecia to postpartum hair loss, can feel surprising—even shocking. When I had alopecia a few years ago, my worries began to spiral; I was scared that it would get much worse. That anxiety only added to my stress cycle. When I focused on the present and accepted what was happening, I was then ready to make a plan to address my hair loss.

2. Seek treatment (if you want to)
If you notice hair loss, a dermatologist can help you find the most effective treatment for you. Personally, I saw results from platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment. It’s expensive and it is certainly not the most pleasant experience—it involves microneedling the scalp, after all—but it made my hair grow back amazingly fast, and research shows that it works. And on the recommendation of a hairstylist, I’m using the Hairmax Laserband three times a week to stimulate my hair follicles. My hair is starting to grow back already.

And if you prefer to wear a wig or be hairless, do it with confidence! I’m so inspired by Congresswoman Ayanna Presley, who has alopecia and has introduced a bill to have wigs covered by Medicare for people experiencing medical hair loss. It’s all about creating more options for people.

3. Manage stress
Hair loss is one of my body’s ways of signaling stress overload—and a sign to prioritize my self-care rituals. Meditation is a powerful practice for me, since it takes only 5 or 10 minutes to lower my stress level. Eating with a focus on gut health also helps me thrive. This time, I followed the autoimmune paleo diet for 30 days. I like it because it’s full of vegetables, fruit, fermented foods, seafood, poultry, and herbs. I loved the way I felt, and I also felt great about eating fresh food instead of reaching for random convenient snacks. Whatever your self-care plan may be, embrace it.

[Life with Marianna] Ashley Tisdale on Managing Anxiety & Building an Authentic Brand

Written by Erika on November 25 2022

From being an actress & singer at an early age, we’ve all been able to watch Ashley Tisdale grow up and evolve over the years. Today, Ashley describes how she entered the wellness space authentically with her company, Frenshe. She shares what inspired the company, how she picked her dream retailer and why this brand is true to who she is. Ashley explains how she had to push through a past failure to launch Frenshe and what she’s done over the years to manage her anxiety and find her own voice.

Pretty Basic Podcast

Written by Erika on November 23 2022

Listen to the Pretty Basic podcast where Ashley talks about her mental health journey, her blog and Target product line (Frenshe, Being Frenshe), her experiences with motherhood, and so much more.

Beauty Inside & Out: Ashley Tisdale [Marie Claire]

Written by Erika on November 20 2022

Sharpay Evans by day, “grandma” by night. At least that’s how the story went according to Ashley Tisdale. “My friends would call me a grandma when I was in my twenties, because I was someone who worked a lot and obviously had a lot going on in that time of my life. So I, to be honest, would never really go out go out. I would just hang out and watch tv—that was my type of self-care back then,” the actress tells Marie Claire. While “grandmas are cool” and binging 24 is a stellar use of time in our book, it’s natural for self-care routines to evolve. Fast forward through more acting roles, the birth of her daughter, and the start of her wellness website, and Tisdale’s me-time rituals now look a little different.

Mornings start at 6 a.m. with meditation and nighttimes end with spa-grade baths, both of which are made easier by Tisdale’s new Target-exclusive line, Being Frenshe. “My job is to take baths and take showers and indulge in self-care,” the High School Musical alum jokes. Of course, there’s also the marketing and less-glamorous day-to-day activities that come with running a business. But it’s all about balance, right? Here, Tisdale breaks down the habits, beauty products, and foods that keep her level-headed.

Inner Beauty

Early Morning Meditations

Because I struggle with anxiety, I know I always need to be on top of my self-care, not just for myself, but for my daughter. I don’t ever want to be anxious around her or put my anxiety on her. I really make an effort to wake up early in the morning and meditate before I even grab her when she wakes up. When I’m feeling a little funky, I just acknowledge that I’m feeling that way and that that’s okay. I have tools to help myself and sometimes that means doing an extra meditation that day. I have a lot that I do and a lot going on, so it can be stressful. When I’m in a state of [being] overwhelm[ed], I can quickly say, Okay, maybe instead of doing just one meditation today, I’ll do two. Paying attention to those feelings and not being scared of them is what has helped me the most. continue reading

2 Lies & A Leaf

Written by Erika on November 16 2022

Disney’s Ashley Tisdale & her sister, Jennifer Tisdale discover an unbelievable connection to one of Ashley’s co-stars! Through some fun, friendly competition, which Tisdale knows more about their family tree? Find out on this episode of 2 Lies & A Leaf®.

Gabby’s Dollhouse Cat-mas Spectacular

Written by Erika on November 14 2022

Ashley and her one-year-old daughter Jupiter Iris French attended Gabby’s Dollhouse Cat-mas Spectacular at Second Home Hollywood in Los Angeles on Sunday, November 13. Ashley was stylish in an oversized camel coat, grey slacks and black boots while her Jupiter rocked a black leather jacket over a white tulle dress and sparkly silver shoes.


Mucinex Fast-Max `Missing Booth` Pop-Up

Written by Erika on November 11 2022

I’m adding an older news item that I only found out today. Ashley visited the Mucinex Fast-Max `Missing Booth` Pop-Up On Santa Monica Pier on October 23, 2022.

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SHEGLAM’s Glam House Pop-Up

Written by Erika on November 11 2022

Ashley hosted SHEGLAM’s Glam House Pop-Up last night, November 10th, in West Hollywood. SHEGLAM is the next generation of premium quality makeup for all, without the premium price tag.

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Ashley Tisdale to star in CBS comedy titled Brutally Honest

Written by Erika on November 11 2022

Ashley Tisdale will star in a comedy for CBS loosely based on the life of the High School Musical star. The comedy explores how having a baby can ruin, save, change, destroy and inspire your marriage … all before lunch.

The network has moved the single-camera comedy Brutally Honest into development with Ashley, also serving as an executive producer, according to an article on Thursday by The Hollywood Reporter.

Brutally Honest brings Sarah Haskins and Emily Halpern back to CBS after the longtime writing duo delivered Patricia Heaton comedy Carol’s Second Act to the network.

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