Jennifer | Self Love Spotlight


Every month, we invite one Booty Parlor fan to tell our Founder, Dana B. Myers, all about their journey to self-love and sensuality.

Meet Jennifer

“Self love is about doing the little things that make you happy every day.”

Name: Jennifer: @silver.entj

Relationship: Vibing in love

Jennifer is the embodiment of natural grace and warmth. Get ready to experience the world of this stunning and talented woman as she talks about self love, sensuality, and living confidently.

Jennifer is a gifted content creator who makes a lasting impression with her work. Her exceptional style and ease in front of the camera enables her to express herself and connect with her audiences effortlessly through her body language.

In this edition of Self Love Spotlight, Jennifer delves into the topic of authenticity, sharing her daily practices of self-love and her personal definition of sensuality. She also candidly speaks about overcoming her fear of being on camera.

Get ready to be inspired by Jennifer's story and fall in love with her spirit.

Watch Jennifer's Interview

Q. What Does Self-Love Mean To You and How Do You Practice it?

For me, self-love is about acceptance and loving who you are. When you reach that point, everything else falls into place and you start doing things that bring you happiness.

As a personal example, taking four to five showers a day is a self-love ritual for me. When I'm stressed or feeling down, a quick or long shower always makes me feel better. Another example is my love for coffee. I used to feel guilty about drinking too much coffee, but then I realized that it makes me happy and I should do what brings me joy.

The same goes for anyone - whether it's buying your favorite perfume or taking the time to journal or read - self-love is about doing the little things that make you happy every day. 

Q. Is there a challenge or an obstacle that you can recall where you struggled with self love or acceptance?

I never thought I'd become a content creator, as I always preferred to be behind the camera instead of in front of it. I loved photography, but being in front of the camera made me feel awkward, like I couldn't stand properly or my legs looked weird. Even now, I still struggle with smiling, as I prefer to smile without showing my teeth. However, I'm working on this and understand that everyone has insecurities, even if they don't show them.

The key is to focus on what we love about ourselves, and over time, we'll learn to love ourselves more and more. Despite my insecurities, I am now more comfortable in front of the camera and can be picky about what I showcase.

The important thing is to focus on the things we love about ourselves and let the rest go.

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Q. What does the word sensuality mean to you, and how do you practice it in your daily life?

To me, sensuality and confidence are closely related. In its simplest form, being confident can be seen as sensual. When you have acceptance and confidence in yourself, it can lead to a more sensual and confident presence.

Q. Is your embodiment of natural grace and sensuality a natural trait or something you have thought about and worked on owning?

I feel like confidence has always been a part of my identity. While I struggled with feeling confident in front of the camera or while speaking publicly, my self-assurance stems from my personality and reading habits. From a young age, I was an avid reader, often consuming five or six books in a week. Through reading, I was able to identify the characteristics I admired and aspired to embody, allowing me to mold myself into the person I wanted to be. As a result, I developed confidence within myself, and with time, I worked on other skills such as speaking in front of a camera or a large audience.

Q. How does sensuality play out in your relationship?

Well, there are no problems there.

I enjoy making every moment special, including small details such as lighting candles and thoughtful gestures. For example, I love wearing beautiful perfumes, scent is a huge thing for me - it's how met my current love. I also enjoy cooking a nice dinner to create a special atmosphere.

I believe that little things can go a long way in a relationship, and keeps things from becoming stale and boring. For example, dressing up nicely for dinner at home or creating a mood can enhance the sensuality in a relationship.

Q. What is the message that you want to share with other women about self love and confidence? ?

I would say that we all have bad days, where we pick apart things about ourselves that we don't like. But accepting yourself and focusing on the things you like about yourself, both physically and personality-wise, can lead to confidence. Acknowledge the areas where you want to improve, but focus on your positive qualities.

Embracing your personality is key to self-acceptance and the rest will follow.

Tell us about your favorite Booty Parlor products and how you use them.

It's so difficult to pick a favorite!

But the first one I got was Unforgettable Amour Eau de Parfum with Pheromones. It's a beautiful floral - but not too 'floral' or overpowering.

It's very feminine and I feel sexy and seductive when I wear it.

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As much as I liked Unforgettable Amour Eau de Parfum, you sent me Unforgettable Amour La Nuit and I was like - that's my fragrance. That one right there. If I had to pick a signature scent, this would be it. The scent is just beautiful. It's the perfect combination of a sweet floral, and it is so feminine.

It is it lingers on your skin for a long time and you feel beautiful when you wear it.

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Booty Parlor Unforgettable Amour La Nuit Eau De Perfume with Pheromones

Want to put your Self-Love in the Spotlight?

Every month, we invite one Booty Parlor fan to tell our Founder Dana B. Myers all about their journey to self-love and sensuality.

In exchange, we gift you with some of your favorite Booty Parlor products and you’ll be the star of a virtual boudoir photo-shoot with BP photographer Tori Elizabeth.