Too Faced Cosmetics founders look to sell their Beverly Hills spot post-makeover


Following a facelift, the artsy home of cosmetics entrepreneurs Jerrod Blandino and Jeremy Johnson has come on the market in the Beverly Hills Post Office area for $3 million.

The couple, who co-founded the boutique brand Too Faced, bought the home two years ago from Clique Media co-founder Katherine Power for $2.44 million, records show.

A brick walkway approaches the 1930s English traditional-style home, which has a creeping ivy along the front facade.


Once filled with neutral and beige tones, the home now draws inspiration from Art Deco and contemporary styles. Floral wallpapers mix with quirky chandeliers in the living spaces, while stained glass windows and four fireplaces give the floor plan a sense of elegance.

Within 2,121 square feet of interior is a living room, a formal dining room, a chef’s kitchen with a center island, two bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms.

An upper level balcony overlooks the backyard, which holds a pool set into a brick patio and a grill.

Tracy Maltas and Gina Dickerson of Douglas Elliman hold the listing.

The pair founded Too Faced Cosmetics in 1998. Johnson serves as the company’s chief executive; Blandino is the chief creative officer.


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