My ideal date calls for a lot of activities (e.g., bowling, walking the Highline), and sweating it all off would not be a good look. Going hand in hand with my low-maintenance "finish my makeup in 15 minutes” routine, it takes two minutes to slick my brows into place while also adding a little color to fill them in.
I'm also big on perfume and as a creature of habit stick to Elizabeth and James’s It's probably the same, for the most part.
For hair, I like to tie my long hair back into a cheerleader ponytail.
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I rarely leave the house without giving my brows some TLC, and my weapon of choice is Benefit Cosmetics’ ().
I bought at in Koreatown—the brush is wild and makes your lashes look super long and defined.
I might add a little more color to my gloss for a date, but then again, probably not.
I must've read something in a magazine years ago that said guys are freaked out by red lipstick, and it has always stuck with me.
I swear by Giorgio Armani My date makeup look is definitely more glamorous than my typical eyeliner-and-mascara-only look during the day.
I like to keep my makeup simple but have no problem turning it up a notch come nighttime, and especially on a first date.
I start with Shimmer from the inner corner of my eye to highlight, then I add Golden Shimmer to the middle of my lid.
From there, I line my lash line with Bronze and buff it out with my finger so it looks messy.
Clinique’s ($38) on my cheekbones and on my brow bone to brighten up my eye area.