Sunny blonde hair, legs for days, and a quirky wit...Sadie is a girl who's hard to miss. She's been the face of Got Beauty on more than one occasion, and it's likely you've seen her brighten up our billboards and banners on our website. She is currently fighting the fierce battle of balancing college life, her Got Beauty role as social media intern and volunteering at rock concerts to indulge in her love of music. Like any girl in her twenties on the go, Sadie struggles with finding a daily routine that caters to her schedule and super sensitive skin. After much trial and error, she's carefully developed habits that make clear and glowing skin the norm in her busy day-to-day life.
If you could have any magical power, what would it be?
Stopping time. I would even settle for time management, that would be nice....
You've done a bit of modeling and you've been the face of Got Beauty on more than one occasion. Tell us how you got into it?
I’m not quite sure, I've been doing it for over 10 years...but I do remember my first modeling job: I dyed my hair purple between 5th and 6th grade, and ended up getting my picture taken for a beauty salon. I was pretty hardcore back then.
Horror movies...bad horror movies.
What is the coolest experience you've had modeling?
Last year's Fashion Night Out Runway Show was one of my favorite modeling experiences I've had so far. I was lucky enough to work in the segment featuring hair & makeup by Got Beauty and clothes by Bettie Page Clothing. We were sporting 50s attire and giant Barbie mohawks. Not only that, but I got to walk with a little 4 year old accomplice in a matching dress who, I have to say, might have schooled me on the runway.
What do want to be when you grow up?
An even dorkier version of me, preferably with better time management and decision making skills.
What do you love the least about being in your twenties?
Getting a sufficiant amount of sleep doesn't seem to be an option for my particular age bracket.
What 3 beauty habits keep you feeling your best?
Washing my face every morning and night is probably one of the most important. I always use the Glymed Serious Action Skin Wash, the Glymed Serous Action Medication No. 5, the Barrier Repair from Dermalogica, and either the Skin Smoothing Cream or Daily Repair Mega Moisture Cream. Second, I try to make a point of getting facials pretty regularly from Got Beauty; about once a month. There are just some things you can't do on your own without completely aggravating your skin (for example, extractions), and an esthetician is more than qualified to help with concerns like these. I highly recommend it! Probably the most important of all for me would be getting enough sleep (despite my previous comment). They don't call it beauty sleep for nothing.
Best Halloween costume ever?
My favorites seem to have an Uma/Tarantino pattern: it's a tie between Mrs. Mia Wallace post-syringe insertion from Pulp Fiction, and The Bride from Kill Bill.
Fashion trend you wish didn't exist?
I find rat tails and poor grammar to be thoroughly unsettling.
Tell us an unexpected beauty secret/trick of yours?
Water. Lots and lots and lots of water. Staying hydrated is one of the best things you can do for your mood, energy levels, brain, and especially your skin.
What is your major in college? If you had to pick something that was completely out of character for you, what would you major in instead?
Oh man, I must have switched majors three times (deciding what you want to do with your life is hard). I finally ended up with a double major in Psychology and Political Science, which is completely insane of me.
I don’t think I could ever be “out of character”, I feel like I've been all the characters at one point or another...although, I am absolutely scared to death of economics. Don't wanna be that character.
What's on your playlist currently?
I must have hundreds of plays of Sigur Ros, Beach House, Fleetwood Mac, and Lykke Li (I have a bit of a girl crush on her, as you can probably tell), but lately I’ve been listening to Foals, Amy Winehouse, The Kills, Phantogram, Arcade Fire...
I’ve recognized that I have a problem with music fanaticism, and am perfectly ok with it. :)
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Posted by Jenevieve Hubbard
Director of Marketing/Creative Genius