When you step inside 's Orange County office, it's hard to believe the space used to be home to the DMV.
Designed by the brand's Chief Creative Officer and Founder, Jerrod Blandino, the 60,000-square-foot space is something out of a teenage dream – right down to the pink and gold glitter color palette and giant lipstick tubes in the entryway.
That's not to say the design is unsophisticated, however.
The office is reflective of the company's energetic, vibe – down to the ombre workstations, which are custom made in shades drawn from Too Faced's products. In fact, Blandino credits the product packaging as a source of inspiration throughout the space.
Take, for instance, each of the conference rooms, which Blandino says were crafted to ward off typical office doldrums. There is, of course, a golden wallpapered space covered in a kiss print and complete with hot pink velvet chairs, while another conference room, the blue-and-white room, is inspired by the packaging from the brand's Mr. Right brush. White crystal chandeliers, a custom marble table, and quilted leatherette chairs, designed to feel "like you're sitting on a handbag," offer an unexpected juxtaposition to the palette you'll find throughout much of the office.
And though the space is intended for work, it was important to Blandino that Too Faced's digs reflected the heart of the brand: creating cruelty-free cosmetics. That's why there's a wall where employees can hang images of their "fur babies" on the wall.
Blandino, who, brings his chihuahua, Clover, to the office every day, also created a dog run at the office, so that employees can play with their pups in between meetings. A fire pit complete with cozy chairs also encourages employees to take an actual lunch break outside.
Though Blandino isn't a decorator by trade, it helps that one of his closest friends, Mary McDonald, is. Her influence is especially evident in Blandino's , where chinoiserie wallpaper and a custom made Carrera marble desk – flanked by Too Faced's logo in gold, of course – create an elegant vibe. A vintage Italian chandelier and pale pink settee refine the space, but a Scalamandré vintage tiger chair and hidden-away filled with champagne establish that this founder knows how to have fun.
Take a better look at Too Faced's office below: