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Name: Erin Parsons

Occupation: Makeup artist

Where I work: My beautiful New York City studio designed by Martina Guandalini, an Yves Klein Blue masterpiece. 

What time I start: If I have to work on set, 4 a.m. But if I’m working for myself, 9 a.m.

Three words that describe my space: Organized, colorful, and historic. 

The most important thing in my office: All the vintage makeup I won at auction—don’t make me choose a favorite.

What’s on the walls: Editorial work, Art Deco wallpaper, and a naked mannequin. 

Current creative fuel: Creating vintage beauty content for my socials. 

What I turn to when I’m stuck: My book collection. Fashions in Makeup: From Ancient to Modern Times by Richard Corson has been my bible.

How I stay organized: My assistant and a label maker.

Favorite pen: Any one that’s iPad compatible. 

Best notebook: The Notes app, all day—it’s impossible to lose track of.

How I fight the 3 p.m. slump: A green juice always gives me a boost (bonus points for the way it makes my skin glow).

Preferred soundtrack: Duke Ellington radio on full volume. 

How I get to work: I walk! I live five minutes from my studio. 

Things I Can’t Work Without:

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