“All her life she was faced with children who didn’t have filters: ‘What is that and why do you use it, and why do you have to wear a ponytail. Cover it up’” says Sandoval. “My daughter has a ponytail because she plays volleyball. She’s had to grow up to this and has always been very confident of the girl she is.”
Sandoval has nothing to hide and even calls herself the Queen of La Faja. On Instagram she’s shared various videos of her getting into her spandex and even showing her belly and cellulite because it’s not easy to have a perfect body and sometimes you need a little help.
Después de tener a esta belleza en mi barriga como puedo sentir complejos de usar faja si ser madre y haber subido esas libras de amor fue lo máximo…y lo volvería a hacer mil veces si fuese necesario. Amo a hijas @barbaracamilas @mipedacitodeluz #lasamo y por ellas lo que sea, es por eso que los invito al estreno de mi #standupcomedy #telojuropormifaja a partir del 25 de enero en el @teatrotrail a las 8:30pm reserven desde ya en www.teatrotrail.com dirigida por @manumanumendoza y producida por @highhillentertainment y si quieres formar parte del club de las mujeres fajadas www.caroysufaja.com #lareinadelafaja #cosasquesientecaro #cerocomplejos #photo @pardogalicia #makeup @gt_makeupartist
The presenter is currently working on a book that will come out next year called Zero Complexes. “In my book, I have a chapter dedicated to social networks of everything that people have expressed to me on the topic of leaving those complexes,” she says. “You not only come out of the closet when you talk about your sexual orientation. You also come out of the closet when you admit you have a problem and you want to resolve it.”