Name & Age:
Rachel Sargent, 21
Marketing position with Topgolf Dallas
A little background:
I have an identical twin named Hannah who is my other half. I've been with Topgolf for a year and a half now and there is never a day I don't love my job. I've also spent some time working with ModelRevolt.com. I love to be anywhere people are, I am a social butterfly. In my spare time I love to volunteer. Especially projects that put me out of my comfort zone. I'd say I'm a bookworm. When I find a good book I won't do anything else until I've finished it.
Favorite thing to do in the DFW?
I love to watch movies at the Inwood and the Angelica theaters. I also enjoy going to all of the great museums available in the Dallas/Ft.Worth metroplex from the The Nasher and Perot to the DMA... I can't just choose one.
I keep it pretty basic.
I use the Morning Burst Facial Cleanser by Clean and Clear. I love how it wakes me up.
The Covergirl LashBlast Volume Mascar is my favorite mascara! I've experimented with many, but I always find myself reverting back to this one.
My main weakness is lipstick, especially from MAC!
Any favorite DFW beauty brands or beauty related services?
I love the Blown Away App!
It's like Uber for hair and makeup.
With just a few clicks beauty is brought right to your front door. I highly advise everyone check out this new service.
With Valentine's Day right around the corner, describe the perfect date night in DFW?
'm extremely simple. It can cost a little or a lot, all you need is good conversation. I enjoy sports games, dinners, and anywhere that has a good view of the city. Walking along the Continental Avenue Bridge costs nothing and the view is AMAZING!
If you could have dinner with any local DFW woman, who would it be? Why?
I didn't know who she was until my friend Lee Escobedo, the editor of THRWD Magazine, introduced her as his girlfriend.
She is very down to earth and an incredible artist. She's very in touch with her practice and smart about the delivery of her motives and artistic drives. She's unique in her approach to painting in that it's both challenging and perceptive to empathy within her audience.