Co-founder of a multimillion-dollar payroll and staffing company, a media guru, host of two podcasts, and a fixture in Atlanta’s elite social scene, Owens hobnobs with celebrities as a wardrobe stylist and local personality. She’s also spent tens of thousands of dollars over eight years on plastic surgery and cosmetic procedures to become the woman she is today: “charismatic, sexy, and dope,” in her words.
5 of the most absurd — and not recommended — ways people have tried to lose weight
Diets can seem like a good idea, but more often than not, they're highly flawed. Cutting out entire food groups or trying to subsist on solely one food can be dangerous, yet fad diets are always promising us better bodies, easier and faster than the last ridiculous diet we already know will never work for weight loss.
"The most wacky thing I've tried was slathering Vicks Vapo-Rub on my thighs and abdomen, wrapping them with Saran Wrap, and donning exercise gear to hit the treadmill," Nicole Grays Owens, of Atlanta, Georgia, told LifeZette.