Have you ever longed to be as cool and badass as superheroines like Electra Woman and Dyna Girl, but just couldn't quite figure out how to do it?
Worry not! Grace Helbig and Hannah Hart, the real-life heroines, gave us all their super secrets.
Hannah Hart: First tip for being a superhero…yoine is—
Grace Helbig: Is pronouncing it correctly!
HH: Yes, and then break in your spandex!
GH: Yes, Lululemon makes a wide variety of form-fitting, comfortable chick-wear. Consider that.
HH: Second tip, use baby powder on your butt crack.
GH: Certainly, obviously.
HH: Especially if there's a leotard piece of your costume that got very uncomfortable the longer you wore it.
GH: Third tip, rompers and jumpers are…well, look, consider separates. It makes going to the bathroom that much easier. Even though you're a superheroine, you still have to pee sometimes.
HH: Fourth tip, STRETCH.
GH: Oh yeah. Also, yeah, here's a tip. Sometimes your biggest insecurity becomes your greatest super power.
HH: Oh, how?
GH: Well, sometimes being really unsure about things, or, everything can be a strength!
HH: Heroes from within, yes.
HH: Fifth tip, hair ties.
GH: You ever see a girl in the gym who's running on the treadmill and her hair's just flapping like a Beyonce music video? Not good.
HH: You don't have time for that, superheroine.
GH: But also you don't have time to, like, curl your hair or do it before you go fight crime, so another tip, yeah. That.
HH: OH OH! OH!
GH: Oh my god.
HH: I'm sorry, I thought of one last one: Wear comfortable shoes.
GH: Also, don't be afraid of your own emotions. I don't know.