So what’s her secret? “I moisturize every morning and night,” she says. “I like using Milk Makeup's Cooling Water and Watermelon Brightening Serum in the morning and Josie Maran Argan Oil at night.” Like most other glow getters, she also hydrates from the inside out. “Drinking lots of water and eating healthy helps that a great deal.”
Not only is her skin absolutely flawless, (she’s the face of Milk Makeup’s Watermelon Brightening Serum on Sephora’s website, FYI) but her eye looks are always on point; 10/10 uniqueness and technique. We’re talking daring stuff; gold and fuschia glitter eyebrows, electric blue Lemonhead LA glitter eyeshadow only in the crease, fluorescent pink starburst eyeshadow with a matching lip, we could go on. And that ever-present blinding highlight? “My favorite is Soleil Tan de Chanel Sheer Illuminating Fluid,” she says. “You can mix it in your foundation and highlight your high points.”
This native New Yorker is (unsurprisingly) a painter and a former art history professor. “Being the youngest professor with a sleeve [tattoo] was kind of awesome,” she says. “My ultimate dream goal is to be an entrepreneur with my own beauty line.”
We asked this future beauty mogul to demo an everyday eyeshadow look, and she went with copper, which, YAS. She also shared a few great tips, like why we should be putting our mascara on before eyeshadow. Shocking stuff, we know.
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