Who said boozy brunch can’t be a stylish event?

 

Mayillah Ezekiel

Beauty Editor @mayillahmakeupartist

 

 

BOBBI BROWN Highlighting Powder in Bronze Glow

“When spring approaches, there’s always a sense of enchantment and renewal in the air. The moment the flowers start blooming, I always feel like my skin is craving a boost of radiance. This high-impact, silky highlighting powder contains light-reflective pearl pigments that deliver a radiant and flattering glow to bring your complexion back to life.”

 

RAY-BANS Aviator Classic

“Still one of the most iconic and timeless sunglass models in the world, this pair of sunglasses with the gold frame are one of my favorite accessories to complete any look once the sun is out. Whether I am still recovering from last night or want to start my day with boozy brunch, I always leave the house with these sunglasses on.”

TOM FORD Neroli Portofino Acqua

“I’m the kind of person that collects fragrances and has one for every possible occasion. There’s always that moment when you can feel the seasons click and you know spring has arrived. That is the moment I switch scents and opte for a more vibrant and fresher fragrance. Neroli Portofino Acqua transports you to the seductive atmosphere of the Italian Riviera with notes remeniscent of endless blue skies and clear azure waters.”

 

 

Marie-Ève Venne

Lifestyle Editor @marie_v23

DIOR Vernis Gel Shine Long Wear in Palais Royal

“I have no shame declaring that, of course, I’m going to seize the occasion for snaping two or three #foodporn pictures to post on my Instagram. This means my nails have to look good and not like the chipped mess they usually are. A nude grey color is the perfect choice to appear like a true grown up—not that I’m trying too hard—while sipping my third cup of coffee.”

JOSIE MARAN Argan Daily Moisturizer SPF 47

“Let’s make something clear: I like my wannabe Snow-White skin color and I try the best I can to keep it that way. I put on layers and layers of sunscreen each time I need to step outside for more than 10 minutes. Since I don’t want to smell like a runner up for Miss Hawaiian Tropic, I go for an all-natural sunscreen that is non-greasy and made with argan oil and green tea. This way, I treat my skin while stuffing my face with delicious french toast.”

 

QUAY Sunglasses

“I wish I could say I wear sunglasses for the same reasons I put sunscreen on my face, but in this case, it is more of a fashion decision than anything.  I loooove oversized cat eye sunglasses with a big dramatic effect, they make me feel way more mysterious than I really am. And nothing hides the effects of too much partying the night before like putting your shades on.”

 

Bianca Taylor

Beauty Editor @bianca_tay

 

LINDA FARROW Sunglasses

“I usually have some sort of hangover at Sunday brunch. Hangover = no makeup. No makeup + a hangover = under eye circles. Visible under eye circles = not cute. That’s where sunglasses come in. Lately, I’ve been obsessed with round frames with baby blue lenses. There’s just something so cool about them. This pair by Linda Farrow makes me feel super funky fresh.”

 

STELLA MCCARTNEY Dress

“I’m not one of those people who goes to brunch for Instagram material or for the social scene. No, I don’t want to take a picture. No, I do not care what you caption your post. No, don’t tag me. I’m seriously only there for the food and there’s no way I’m sitting through a brunch session wearing high waisted jeans. I want to be able to eat as much as possible without feeling judged by a protruding belly. I’ll usually opt for a dress that’s equal parts comfy and cute so I can eat like a bottomless pit but feel like a lady (or at least look presentable).”

 

HAT

“There’s nothing better than having brunch on a sidewalk terrasse with nothing to do expect eat an obscene amount of blueberry pancakes and sip black coffee. The only problem is the damn sun. I avoid it like the plague. I was the victim of a tanning obsession for a few years in my teens, and, I am now repenting my sins with a strict no tanning policy. I also use retinol products so any direct exposure to sun rays will leave me looking like a puffy lobster. Because I don’t feel like sunscreen is enough —I realize that I’m a tad cray— I’ll reach for the biggest hat in sight so I don’t have to worry about yucky sun damage. The hat also hides my unbrushed hair, which is always a major plus.”

 

 

 

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