Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been making headlines for years, but now his mom Maye is getting the spotlight. The model and dietitian made history, becoming the oldest ever CoverGirl in the company's history at the age of 69. Maye stops by the Flatiron studio to share the lessons she's learned in her career spanning more than 50 years. Maye says women no longer have to fear aging, and that social media platforms are helping people appreciate older women more than they did in the past. She speaks about CoverGirl's recent rebranding from "Easy, Breezy, Beautiful" to "I Am What I Make Up." She says showing diversity is so important to the modeling industry, because beauty needs to be celebrated across ages and ethnicities. She also talks about her work as a dietician, and what she's learned about eating healthy. Maye says she follows science and common sense, and that has a lot of side benefits, such as good skin and increased energy. She says her kids didn't grow up eating "funny foods" like sugar-flavored water or follow fad diets like going unnecessarily gluten-free. We also discuss the SpaceX CEO, one of her three children. Elon Musk has been vocal about his plans to travel to and colonize Mars. Maye says she might eventually go, if her ten grandchildren are there. She talks about returning to modeling after having her kids and balancing her work life with attending any of her children's events. Maye also discusses the struggles women in the entertainment and modeling industry face in today's environment. Her advice to young women trying to make it in the field: "Stay stylish!" As for the piece of technology she can't live without, Maye says it's her iPad. She's very active on Instagram and posts several times a day.