Cara Santana is one of those "slashes" in Hollywood, but she's not your typical actress-slash-model. Instead, Santana is starring on WGN America’s “Salem” while also being a tech entrepreneur. The 31-year-old hastaken her talents to the tech world and created a beauty app called The Glam app.
FOX411: Why did you decide to make an app?
Cara Santana: I wanted to create a luxury, convenient affordable beauty experience so I came up with the idea of the glam app with my partner Joey Maloof, who is an amazing hair and make-up expert, and together we’ve launched this app. We’ll be in 30 cities by the end of the year. As a woman when we look good, we feel good and when we feel good we’re more empowered to take on the world. So, I wanted to bring that to every woman everywhere.
FOX411: You’re constantly photographed by paparazzi in Los Angeles. Do you mind the attention?
Santana: I just say that it’s pretend life and I focus on what’s real. It’s whatever. It’s no big deal. I pretend they’re not there.
FOX411: Your relationship with actor Jesse Metcalf has been highly publicized. Fans seem to pressure you two to get married on blogs. Is there a marriage in your future?
Santana: No, no, no. I’m totally focused on the Glam App and my show “Salem,” my blog and being busy; that’s really the focal point of everything and I think the rest just comes when it’s ready. You can’t rush anything.
FOX411: Lately, there’s been a big movement in body acceptance. Do you think Hollywood will let go of the skinny standard or is it there to stay?
Santana: I like to think that we already have. I think if you look at some of the iconic women right now. There’s so many different shapes and sizes and looks, and I think the idea of beauty has evolved. I think that is so important for society. You want to look at the TV and recognize yourself.
Fox News.com Reporter and FOX411 host Diana Falzone covers celebrity news and interviews some of today's top celebrities and newsmakers. You can follow her on Twitter @dianafalzone.