Below Deck Adventure star Faye Clark hits back at fans after makeup rule backlash



Fans are highly anticipating Bravo’s Below Deck Adventure to be renewed for season two following its finale in January. Ahead of the confirmation, chief stew Faye Clark spoke to about the charter and exposed the real reason she enforced strict makeup rules.

Throughout season one, it was Faye’s job as chief stew to ensure the affluent yet demanding guests were entertained and satisfied at all times.

She led stewardesses Oriana Schneps and Kasie Faddah as they provided superior hospitality and were responsible for the interior of the vessel.

However, each time the crew welcomed a new party onboard the yacht, Faye reminded the women: “Look good, hair down.”

As she occasionally reminded Oriana and Kasie to put on makeup, her comments left many fans unimpressed.

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Although it was never determined whose hair was on the food, Faye sarcastically laughed as she spotted a charter guest brushing their hair while the wind was blowing on the deck.

While her friends sat down for dinner, Shelby Turner stood up, brushed through her locks and claimed: “I thought it might need it again.”

To which her fiancee Jodie remarked: “So Faye if there’s a hair it’s Shelby’s.”

As they laughed around the table, the chief stew told the camera: “I am purely walking on eggshells to make sure Kerry doesn’t find out about this b****y hair.”

After the initial incident, Faye decided against telling Captain Kerry Titheradge as she feared it could cost Jessica her job on the charter.

Despite her efforts, Jodie mentioned the hair in front of Kerry as she thanked the crew for their service and offered up her tip.

After the guests left and the crew had their catch-up, the captain admitted to being taken aback about finding out about the incident that way.

Below Deck Adventure is available to stream on Bravo in the USA and Hayu in the UK. – ChatGPT autoblogging and content curation plugin for WordPress