I’m a Los Angeles girl, born and raised, and I feel like my style reflects my city. During the day I’m all about natural-looking make up, gold liquid eyeliner, mascara, nude lipstick. But at night, I love to put on that Sunset Strip look- bright red lipstick, dark smoky eyes or a dramatic cat eye. It really depends on what mood I’m in but I’ll always be comfortable rocking that tan just came from the beach look, or look like I should be waiting in line for the Roxy.

Hair Icon: My hair icon is either Lara Stone or Scarlett Johansson. I love Lara’s wispy hair that brings such an effortless style to her outfit— it seems like she just rolled out of bed, which brings such a simple sexiness. Scarlett isn’t afraid to go for that classic Hollywood bombshell look. She can cut her hair short and curl her hair to perfection and rock a bright red lip that makes her seem like she just stepped off a Hollywood red carpet in the ‘40s. And they’re both blonde, like me.

Makeup Icon: Blake Lively is my makeup icon. Like I said before, I go back and forth between the Malibu beach look to Sunset Blvd look, and Blake does as well. She always has that great California glow (even when filming in New York) and always looks so natural and beautiful. Even when she is obviously wearing makeup, it is never overpowering.
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