What are your go-to products for your hair? What do you swear by to keep it healthy and shiny?
R+Co texture cream is my favorite. It comes in a tube and I take a little bit and rub it between my hands and then go underneath my hair and put it in my scalp for a lot of volume. I have a brightening serum with my best friend, Justin Anderson, which is Kristin Cavallari by dpHUE and that’s the shampoo and conditioner that I use. It’s great, not just for blonde hair, but for anyone with color-treated hair.
What is your favorite way to take a moment for yourself?
I really love going in the sauna and meditating. That’s like my therapy.
Would you rather get a facial or a massage and why?
Massage all day, every day, because I lift weights four to five days a week and I feel like a massage is almost part of the health protocol to help get my body back into place. I try to get one every two weeks.
What’s your go-to perfume and why?
Maison Louis Marie No. 04. It’s an oil that you roll on…a clean perfume, which I love. I love the way it smells and I’ll never wear anything else. People always ask me what I’m wearing, and I don’t often tell people, but I will tell you guys.
Thank you, we appreciate it! OK, let’s play screw, marry, or kill beauty edition. What would you screw, marry, or kill when it comes to lipstick, mascara, and highlighter?
I would marry mascara. I would screw lipstick. And I would kill highlighter.
What’s your favorite lipstick?
There’s a few. I really like Tom Ford’s Sable Smoke. That’s my favorite. I’m a nude girl, so I love any kind of nude lip. It’s very rare that you’ll see me in a red, even a pink or anything. I did just discover these pencils, which are by Morphe. I love those. I’ve had a few different makeup artists overdraw my top lip just a little bit, and it makes a huge difference. My girlfriend asked me if I got my lips injected the other day, I was like, “No, I’m just over drawing my top lip.”
If you could change one thing about beauty perceptions, either on social media or in Hollywood, what would that be?
I wish that people would show more of their natural selves on Instagram. Having kids too, it really scares me [because] I think it’s hard as it is being a kid and growing up. You’re insecure, you’re self-conscious, and then you throw all this social media on top of it and all of these unrealistic expectations and we’re just setting our children up for failure. It’s a really hard time to be growing up. I’m empathetic to all of the kids right now.
Who are the women who inspire you the most right now?
Women that are aging gracefully, who aren’t going the Botox or filler route necessarily, or maybe they are a little bit, but it looks natural. And I do think that there’s a way to do it, where it can look natural. I haven’t started for a few reasons. I feel like once you start doing Botox and everything, you’re not going to stop; you forget what normal is. Everyone starts comparing themselves to not their original normal. So the women who are confident enough to not completely freeze their face are really commendable in a time like today. I have fine lines on my forehead and under my eyes, but they don’t bother me. I mean, we’ll see what I’m saying in 10 years, but yeah, lines don’t bother me!
Jessica Radloff is the Glamour West Coast editor. You can follow her on Instagram at @jessicaradloff14.