The first person you see when you step foot in Glossier HQ is Cherie Camacho. She's usually wearing something vintage or custom, but occasionally something from A$AP Rocky’s Guess collab (she’s an Opening Ceremony veteran—wardrobe is as on point as you would expect). Her job as Glossier's Administrative Coordinator means she basically runs the office—she's Glossier HQ's Olivia Pope, as she mentioned in her Meet The Team interview. "In two words, 'It's handled,'" she said.
Suffice it to say, Cherie is good at mornings. It takes a lot to get here and look that good by 9am. Luckily, you too can have mornings like Cherie. Here's how:
--Have an excellent roommate who wakes up before you and makes enough coffee for two
--Make an empanada to eat while you drink that coffee (Goya Discos + queso blanco = yum)
--Hop in the shower and wash your face with Glossier Milky Jelly Cleanser, making sure to take care of any makeup you may have missed last night…
--Quickly make use of the steam in your bathroom and moisturize—Cherie uses Proactiv Green Tea Moisturizer to prevent breakouts
--Move to where the best light in your house is!
--Prep skin for makeup with Glossier Priming Moisturizer…really rub it in there for a plump, hydrated canvas
--Then spread Glossier’s Perfecting Skin Tint (Cherie uses Dark) all over your face; points for war paint application technique, followed by hands
--Dab, dab, dab, blend, blend, blend Glossier Stretch Concealer where you need it, like under the eyes to look like you got a couple extra hours of sleep this week
-- Lips! Cherie does a light coat of Jam, the wine-stainy, darkest shade of Generation G Sheer Matte Lipstick
--For the sake of efficiency (and it’s just a great color), she uses the same Gen G on her cheeks and blends out like a cream blush
--Cherie switches between Brown and Black Boy Brow—Brown when she’s feeling subtle, Black for when she’s feeling “in your face.” Today is an in your face day.
--Finish the look off with mascara—Colorscience’s version in Black in particular
--Right before you leave, pick your fragrance based on your mood. When in doubt, Escentric Molecules Molecule 01
Filmed and edited by Will Kitchings.