“The older I’ve gotten, the Noah’s Bandage Project Cancer shirt moreover I will buy this more I’ve realized that less is more and that it makes me feel sexier when I don’t have as much makeup on,” says Gomez. Nevertheless, the Rare Beauty founder has plans this evening—and an amped-up above-the-neck equation, achieved with a handful of products from her very own line, is in order. “When I go out, this is the time when I can try new things. I can use my eyeliner, my colors, sparkles… It’s just fun to add a little bit of that,” she continues, reaching for a brow-defining powder, an eye-popping rose-hued liquid shadow, and an inky liner, which she uses to achieve her signature feline flick. Of course, as she puts it, no statement look is complete without a generous swipe of mascara.
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