Facials are definitely my number one, but another thing is, I just like to work out as often as I can, especially when I’m on the road or not at home. I try to find time to do that every day.
If you could change one thing about beauty perceptions in the industry or on social media, what would it be?
I would say to just find what works specifically for you and your face and your features. Because I think with this Instagram makeup-guru world, people are trying to find themselves, and they all end up painting their faces the same way, and it looks really scary. So I think less is more. And
I think if you can be more simple with it, like a lip, cheek product, and a mascara. That’s a good basis to start with as opposed to going straight for the heavy-handed foundation or bronze or all of that.
What music has been inspiring you lately?
I recently found this band called Buffalo Daughter that I’m really into. Also, this Japanese
composer named Shuta Hasunuma, it’s a bit more like soundscape-y and electronic. Also, I really like this band called Yellow Machinegun.
What’s the last internet rabbit hole you’ve found yourself sucked into?
A lot of prints, like cartoons or anime illustrations on Instagram. Once I get clicking, I’m always led to another page and another page, and I started buying certain prints that I really like here and there to decorate my room.
You have $20 and free roam of the drugstore—what are you buying?
A Korean face mask, one or two of those. A mascara, a red lipstick—something that’s very matte—and baby powder.
Who are the women who are inspiring you the most right now?
Stylewise—and also just lifewise, always—Audrey Hepburn, Eddie Sedgwick, and Siouxsie Sioux.
Bella Cacciatore is the beauty associate at Glamour. Follow her on Instagram @bellacacciatore_.