From Boston Common
What can fans expect from the fourth season of Netflix’s Orange Is the New Black?
TAYLOR SCHILLING: Things are getting more fraught in Litchfield. The tension will continue to rise during season four. Piper is struggling this year. She’s trying very hard to hold on tight and things are dissolving—it’s like she’s grabbing at sand. It is absolutely a thrill every time I walk on set. It never gets old. I feel so lucky to be doing what I do with a group of people that I love.
How exciting is it as a Boston-area native and Origins ambassador to be celebrating the 25th anniversary and new design concept of its first free-standing store?
TS: I am thrilled to be back in a city that I love, at the store that I can remember coming to as a young teen. I remember coming to this store when I was 12, as soon as we could get on the train. I’ve been using the products for as long as I can remember. What I loved, and still love about Origins, is when you come into the store you get to try everything.
What about Origins resonates with you?
TS: What I really appreciate about Origins is that the product is as healthy for the planet as it is for me. I’m a fan of the Dr. Andrew Weil Mega-Defense line.
Has your skincare routine changed with long days on set for Orange Is the New Black?
TS: I spend so much time in the makeup chair because of my job and I’ve learned the importance of skincare. I always make sure all my makeup is off my face before bed. Truly! I never go to bed with makeup on.