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“Sunscreen is mandatory. Drunk Elephant Umbra sheer physical daily defense broad spectrum sunscreen SPF 30 is unscented, so it doesn’t throw off my smell game.” $34, Sephora,

“There’s something about smelling good that just makes you feel good. Cartier Baiser Vole Eau de Parfum smells like everything good in the world. It’s my signature scent.” 1.6 fl. oz. for $106, Neiman Marcus, @cartier 



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Glam Patrol (exist) - 1

Allison Mitchell | January 1, 2014 | Articles

West Midtown gal Rebecca Garcia is a knockout Atlantan after our own hearts. She made our Most Beautiful list back in 2008 at the ripe age of 18, has been a spokesmodel for Monster Energy Drink, Ducati and Falken Tire, and has flaunted her goods as an Atlanta Braves Tomahawk girl and Atlanta Falcons cheerleader. Oh, and the 23-year-old just beat out thousands of girls in all 50 states as Maxim’s Hometown Hottie 2014, meaning this bubbly blonde is about to hit the big time. Talk about repping ATL! When she’s not turning heads, catch Garcia playing with her three great danes, sipping on cocktails at The Sound Table or enjoying a concert at Terminal West with her beau in tow. Here, we dig through her beauty arsenal. @rebeccagarcia_


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