Category: Interviews

The Breakdown | Cosmopolitan

Sofia sat down for The Breakdown (Cosmopolitan) and reacted to ALL her iconic roles, from her Disney days to her latest Netflix movie, and everything in between!!


Teen Vogue – Sofia Carson Guesses How Much Her Fans Know About Her

Sofia Carson guesses how 211 fans responded to a question survey about her. Who is her favorite Disney villain? What celebrity do her fans think she looks like most? Which artist is her biggest inspiration? Do they know her biggest fear?

iHeartRadio Interview

Interview with Y100 Miami

Frankie P sits down with Sofia Carson to talk about why Cassie had her hair tucked in her jacket in ‘Purple Hearts,’ what Sofia might have stolen from the set, watching her “spicy” scenes with her mom next to her, why there were days she didn’t want to be around her costar, and more! Plus she answers fan questions!

Good Morning America

Good Morning America

Sofia Carson joined Good Morning America to discuss her new Netflix movie Purple Hearts on Tuesday morning, July 26th.

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Conversation with Allure & Teen Vogue’s Eugene Shevertalov

Conversation with Allure & Teen Vogue’s Eugene Shevertalov

Sofia Carson sat down with Allure & Teen Vogue’s Eugene Shevertalov to talk about her new movie Purple Hearts on Monday, July 25th.

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ROUND 2 of Song Association with ELLE

ROUND 2 of Song Association with ELLE

Since her first attempt at Song Association, Sofia Carson has practiced, so she’s back with ELLE to give it another go on this ROUND 2 episode. Talking about her new album Sofia Carson, her experience recording in the same studio as Frank Sinatra, and the one Billie Eilish song she plays on repeat. Watch Sofia get LOUD on this episode of Song Association to see if she has what it takes to beat the buzzer.

Good Morning America

Good Morning America

Sofia was a guest in Good Morning America. She talked about her self-titled debut album and how being a part of the “Descendants” franchise has changed her life.

Why Sofia Carson Says Her Deeply Personal New Album “Filled in the Blanks of My Story”

Why Sofia Carson Says Her Deeply Personal New Album “Filled in the Blanks of My Story”
In an exclusive chat with E! News, Sofia Carson breaks down her self-titled debut album, out March 25, and explains why she considers it her “whole entire heart.”
It’s goin’ down: New music from Sofia Carson is about to descend upon us. Although she has released a handful of singles throughout the years, the 28-year-old actress-singer is finally ready to drop her first-ever album. Aptly titled Sofia Carson, the record features a collection of songs—six of which were co-written by Sofia herself—that are reflections of her biggest role models in life, including her mother Laura Char. In an exclusive chat with E! News, the Descendants star broke down the deeply personal record, its lead single “LOUD,” and how prolific songwriters like Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran inspired her to create concept album that culminates into an epic story about love. “My mom is the single most important person in my life and I owe everything that I am to her,” she shares, adding, “She is to me the epitome of a loud woman and she raised her daughters to believe that to be a woman is to be synonymous with strength, and she’s my everything. Growing up, the role models that I admired were women who were trailblazers—women like Cher, like Barbra Streisand.” Read on for Sofia’s conversation with E! News to get an inside look at the making of her debut album. Continue reading Why Sofia Carson Says Her Deeply Personal New Album “Filled in the Blanks of My Story”

Sofia Carson Knows the Power of a Bold, Rep Lip

Sofia Carson Knows the Power of a Bold, Rep Lip

Sofia sat down with Allure magazine to chat about her beauty evolution.

My mom and my grandma have always kind of been my…what would you call it? My beauty icons. I have my grandma’s nose and my sister and I both share her chin. One of my first memories is at my mom’s vanity, and she’d always wear this really beautiful crimson-red lipstick. I would wear my mom’s lipstick, heels, and bandanna, and I would sing songs from Evita and Madonna. I guess beauty and art and music all became one at that age.

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I grew up dancing in recitals and then national competitions. My mom started doing my makeup when I was younger. It was very specific: red lipstick and very pale, powdered skin with a dark gray eyeliner or just mascara. It felt like my armor. Then I remember sitting in the hair and makeup chair for the first time in Vancouver when I was becoming Evie [daughter of Snow White’s Evil Queen, in the Disney film Descendants]. She required a bit of a transformation — full blue wig and blue lashes. Or when I did the movie Songbird, which is set during the pandemic, it made sense that my character wore little to no makeup. But then there was a big shift in her storyline where she becomes less vulnerable, so we put her up in, like, this Tomb Raider-inspired slick braid, and that just changed everything.

“Being on camera is probably the greatest lesson in beauty.”

This character that I’m working on right now, Cassie, is extraordinary, all heart and strength. She’s survived almost the impossible, and she’s recently diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. She has to work three jobs just to pay her rent, and that is not enough to pay for the insurance that she needs to pay for her insulin. She’s going to have tattoos and I wanted to make the tattoos incredibly personal to who she is. The story is called Purple Hearts. Not only because that’s the medal that [her love interest] receives in the military, but because to me the blending of a red and a blue heart is, I think, what the world needs right now.

Being on camera is probably the greatest lesson in beauty. When I first started, I only used eyeliner and a nude lipstick that washed me out. I remember walking my first carpet and I saw photos and I was like, “This is not working.” And then over the years you meet different makeup artists, you learn more about yourself. For instance, I know now that I love smoky eye shadow, being able to start small and build it up for bigger events. The tones that are best for my eyes aren’t blacks or grays, but oranges or pinks or reds. My lips have stayed pretty consistent. I’ve always loved either like a pink or a red, and I’ve always kind of bounced between those two lips.

I had the pleasure of being able to develop my own shades with my Revlon family [Carson is an ambassador for the brand]. We have a Sofia Nude and a Sofia Red, which I’ll mix with another shade, On Fire, and that’s my perfect red lip. One of my other favorite products is not a product, but a good, old-school trick: hair spray on a brow brush. And that’s how I keep my brows nice and up and in place. That’s how I always begin my makeup, with setting my brows so they frame my face. I love a specific lash: Ardell Demi Wispy. I’m very faithful to her.

In the morning, I take a cold shower. It gets my mind right for the day and wakes my body up when I have to be up at, like, four in the morning for a movie. I wash my face with cold water. If I’m shooting, I’ll also use these Zo Skin Health Complexion pads. I’ll do Zo Skin Health Daily Power Defense and then I’ll probably go in the car with undereye patches on, just to help with puffing.

I am very much a person who likes routine and who, when I like something, I stick to it. For example, for years my nails were always short, square, and dark blue. And then for years they were short, square, and dark, dark red. And for the last few years, they’ve been short, square, and Chanel Ballerina, the closest to looking like I’m wearing no polish at all.

I’ve been lucky enough to be in front of the camera, to have beautiful makeup done, to wear beautiful gowns on the days when I didn’t feel beautiful in my heart. I just think of the words that my mom would always tell me, which is actually like something that Audrey Hepburn said: “The happiest girls are the prettiest girls.” I’m a happy person. I think that’s the most important. — As told to Brennan Kilbane