What a Beauty Exec’s Bathroom *Actually* Looks Like

What a Beauty Exec’s Bathroom *Actually* Looks Like

It’s every bit as glamorous as you’d expect.

Alec Kugler
Of all the rooms in your home that can be frustrating to decorate, the bathroom is probably the hardest. Especially if you can’t make any major renovations—how can you make it feel a little more special?

To find out, we sought out Lauren Remington Platt, founder of the luxury beauty service Vênsette (they’ll send a hairstylist or makeup artist to you whenever you need them—fancy) and spent a good hour rooting around in the bathroom in her downtown loft. Every aspect of the room was considered—from the wall color (from Restoration Hardware, it’s called Subtle Velvet) to the lucite fixtures—and it shows.

Click through to see exactly how she did it and which products she stocks her cabinets with.

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“While working as an analyst at a hedge fund back in 2010, I was constantly strapped for time, especially evenings when I had events to attend after work. My office was in Midtown, and I would find myself running to salons to try to get a walk-in blowout or to the makeup counters at Saks Fifth Avenue for a quick touch-up. I thought of the idea for Vênsette back when Uber ha[d] just launched, and I was interested in this idea of using technology to make exclusive services accessible to a broader demographic. The salon model hadn’t changed in decades and was ripe for disruption. The way it works is, you log onto our app (or website), choose your date, time and hair and makeup look, and book with your credit card. A uniformed artist will arrive at your desired location with their tools in hand.”
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