Scheana Shay can take care of herself. She’s known as the voice of reason on Bravo’s “Vanderpump Rules” and she has the most wholesome image of the forever-fueding bunch of LA cocktail servers — she even brought her mom to our interview. Now, she’s using what she’s learned with three seasons of self-applying TV makeup (plus a lifetime love of beauty) to launch her own makeup line.Scheana stopped by YouBeauty to chat about her collaboration with Starlooks (who also has a collab with Tara Reid!) and what makeup means to a young, hungry star.YouBeauty: So tell us how you started the beauty line.  Scheana Shay: In March, I performed at the Queen of the Universe pageant in LA, and Starlooks had sponsored the entire event. All the girls in the pageant wore Starlooks, and I was gifted with the bag. I loved the name, loved the product. A few months later I met with the owner about doing a signature line.  I didn’t know if it was actually going to be a thing — you know people talk a lot. I thought “yeah, sounds great, we’ll see.” And six months later I had products with my name on it.Tell us a little about the products.Right now I’m launching a “day look.” And then in late winter I’m going to be launching my “night look” with some darker colors and more of a smoky eye. Plus we have a brow kit, two blushes and two more lipsticks coming out around early February.Have you always wanted to work with makeup?Yeah. I’ve loved makeup since I was a very small child. I used to wear way too much and get in trouble. This is kind of like a dream come true. I picked out all my own colors.Great! So tell me a little about appearing on “Vanderpump Rules.” Do you do your own makeup?Yes, I do all my own hair and makeup. If I have like a big event or photo shoot I will get it professionally done. But I would say maybe only three times this whole season did I have my makeup professionally done. My birthday party, my wedding, maybe one other thing. I always do my own hair and makeup.I think on some of the “Housewives” shows, they get paid a lot more and they already have money. So they probably have someone that does their hair and makeup everyday. I can’t afford that, so I’ve just gotten really good at doing my own.Is there anything specific about doing makeup for TV?I think contouring is important. Because just with the lighting and the angles, I think it’s good to always highlight your cheekbones. And my little trick is the bronzer – that’ll be part of my night line with an angle brush. My cheekbones, that’s one thing I do everyday. It’s a quick little trick, and it makes all the difference.You work at a restaurant so you must have dealt with long shifts. Do you have any tricks for long-lasting makeup?I use a pot liner in brown for day and in black at night. That’s great in your water line. I wear contacts and its never gotten on my contacts. It lasts very long; I’ve cried with this makeup on, and its great. I constantly take pictures my whole shift. So I need to make sure I’m pretty much camera-ready everyday to go wait tables.The price point in these is really nice too, its very reachable.What we’re going to do too is a discount code for my fans and followers, you know, type in code SCHEANA and get 15% off your first purchase or something like that. [Ed. Note – They gave us a promo code to share with YouBeauty readers! Use SLXSM20 for 20% off until January 7th.]So what’s next for you?We’re thinking about doing a look for a teacher or a mom or something that’s a little lighter because this can still be kind of heavy, the blush, the lipstick and the eyeshades are still a little dark. I’m thinking of maybe doing a look after my night look, maybe a summer or a fall for when we film [“Vanderpump Rules”] next season hopefully and just show what I’m doing outside of waiting tables.This interview has been condensed and edited.