Look Inside. Jul 14, Minutes Buy. Drag superstars Trixie Mattel and Katya have long captivated fans with their stunning looks, onscreen chemistry, and signature wit. In essays, conversations, and how-to sections peppered with hilarious, gorgeous photos, Trixie and Katya will advise readers on beauty and fashion and tackle other vital components of a happy home, such as money, self-love, and friendship; sharing advice and personal stories in high-concept fashion. In essays, conversations, and how-to sections, Trixie and Katya will advise listeners on beauty and fashion and tackle other vital components of a happy home, such as money, self-love, and friendship; sharing advice and personal stories in high-concept fashion. She is thinner and richer than Katya.
She also started her musical career and now has a makeup collection with Sugarpill called "Oh Honey! One of the options was Cupcake, but Mattel choose Trixie as her name because when she was younger, she had a rough relationship with her stepfather. Whenever she was acting too feminine, her stepfather would call her Trixie like it was a slur. When she was 18, she had to step in for a person who played "Dr. Frank N. It just so happened that the character's name was also Trixie, which felt like fate.
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Trixie Mattel is the drag persona of Brian Michael Firkus born August 23, ,  an American drag queen , singer-songwriter, comedian, author, and television personality from Milwaukee , Wisconsin. In June , New York magazine published the results from their panel of judges and writers which ranked her fourth of all Drag Race superstars. Her first studio album, Two Birds , was released in , followed by her second album, One Stone , in
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