Event Date(s): 09/30/2005 | Event Location(s): Today New York Studio | Description: 09:18:32 (ej=1:07) VO: TODAY's beauty editor Bobbi Brown says, "Some of my friends who I was really close with in high school I have not seen in 30 years." SUPERIMPOSITION: Super high school photos of Brown and others over a shot of high school students in a hall way. EXT DAY VO: Brown says, "I definitely have butterflies, I'm excited. You know, the anticipation is killing me." MS: On a driveway, Brown says, "I'm home." She then hugs and kisses her parents. INT MS: In interview, Borwn says, "And you know what, everybody else at that reunion is nervous and insecure about the way they look." Insert a high school photo of Brown. VO: Brown says, "Find something you feel comfortable in. Comfort makes you have more fun than beauty. MS: (Fast Motion) Brown and unidentified woman sort through clothes atop a bed. MS: Brown walks trough a doorway and poses. MS: Unidentified woman says, "It definitely needs jewelry." VO: Brown says, "I'm a big believer in doing things understated, you know, and just knowing where to add a little bit of detail, whatever it is. So for me, it's a beautiful make-up. I will do my party make-up, which is a little more eyeliner, maybe a little sparkle. Maybe some glitter, and definitely some fab earrings." MS: Tilt up from Brown as she has her hair done. MS: Brown sits as a woman works on her hair. MS: (Fast Motion) Brown takes out a makeup kit. MS: (Fast Motion) Brown applies eye makeup. MS: (Fast Motion) Brown applies eye makeup. MS: (Fast Motion) Brown applies eye makeup. MS: (Fast Motion) Brown applies eye makeup. MS: (Fast Motion) Brown applies eye makeup. MS: (Fast Motion) Brown applies rouge. MS: (Fast Motion) Brown applies lip-gloss. MS: Brown looks into a mirror. INT MS: Brown, at her high school reunion, puts on a nametag. CU: (Faces Unseen) Brown holds up her nametag. MS: Brown speaks with unidentified man. MS: Brown with a group of women. MS: Brown with a group of people. MS: Brown with a group of people. INT MS: In interview, Brown says, "Get your make-up done. Make yourself look beautiful, get a comfortable outfit, have a glass of wine, and go to your high school reunion, please." INT MS: Brown poses with a man. Alexis Glick, with Brown and Woman who hasn't seen her High School best friend in 20 years, Katy Aronne (ph), says, "Are you nervous?" Ms. KATY ARONNE: Yes. GLICK: OK, but I have to ask you, what was that like? Ms. BROWN: `What was I thinking?' first of all. But it was so much fun. It was so much fun. I was so nervous, but it was a blast. So my advice to everyone is, go to your reunion. Don't even think about it, just go. GLICK: OK. One thing we want to know, is all of us get so nervous. I just went to my 15th reunion. Ms. BROWN: Fifteenth? Fifteenth? OK. GLICK: I was out there shopping, panicking. But I have to say, what are the mistakes we make? Because some of us try to look too young, because that's the last time we saw everybody. Ms. BROWN: Right. It's about looking like yourself, but as good as you could look. You can't be what you're not, so you might as well be what you are and feel good about it. And it's really just about having a good time, knowing the tricks and having a glass of wine. GLICK: OK. Now we have to tell everybody that you have not seen one of your best friends in 20 years since you graduated from school. We have separated the two of you. You have not even seen each other yet. And here is the moment we're waiting for. OK, Michele Thurston, come on out. Thurston appears and hugs Aronne. Ms. ARONNE: Hey! Ms. MICHELE THURSTON: Hi, Katy. GLICK: Wow. So, God, does she look--do you think each other look different? Ms. ARONNE: No. Ms. THURSTON: No. GLICK: You don't? Ms. THURSTON: Just the same. Ms. ARONNE: No, not at all. GLICK: That's great. Ms. BROWN: They both look great. GLICK: Oh, wow, well, that's wonderful. All right, so Bobbi, let's talk about tips for how to get ready for that big night. And let's--with Katy we're going to talk a little about eyes. Brown points to the make up on Arronne Ms. BROWN: OK. Eyes are definitely important. The most important thing, which we didn't mention, is skin, making your skin look good. And you go to your 20- or your 30-year reunion, you have to make sure that your foundation and your concealer's perfect, because it's about the skin. For eyes, li--we lined Katy's eyes, and we put a little bit of neutral shadow on her lid. And just to pump it up a little bit at the end, you could add a little bit of shimmer. Don't overdo it for the reunion, because you really don't want to look like you tried too hard. GLICK: And it's one of those things where you either focus on the eyes or you focus on the lips, but don't overdo it with both. Brown applies lip-gloss onto Aronne. Ms. BROWN: Don't overdo it. And since we did it really soft, I'm adding a touch of like a little gold lip-gloss. It's just enough, and with--with--with your eyes sparkling like that, you don't want to have a strong mouth. So when your eyes are played up, keep your lips softer. GLICK: And then one of the things you also suggest is a liquid eyeliner. I can't do it. How do you do it? Ms. BROWN: Jell--you practice. GLICK: OK. Ms. BROWN: Jell eyeliner is easier than liquid. It stays on all night. You could cry, you could rub your eyes, it won't move. GLICK: OK, now what about eyelashes? Because the craze right now is doing the fake eyelashes. Ms. BROWN: Don't. GLICK: You say don't do it. Ms. BROWN: For the reunion--don't try things at the reunion. GLICK: Yeah. Ms. BROWN: OK, like, you won't try at your wedding. You have one 20- or 30-year reunion. Go for a mascara that really builds the lashes, and they look very strong. And that's what we did. She looks like herself, and she doesn't look over-made-up, and that is the key. GLICK: OK. I have to ask you, how nervous are you about going to the reunion? Ms. ARONNE: Pretty nervous. GLICK: You are? Ms. ARONNE: Yeah. GLICK: But now you've reunited, so the two of you can go together. Ms. ARONNE: I know. GLICK: OK, so let's move over and let's talk now about what we're going to do with Michele. Brown and Glick walk over to Thurston. Ms. BROWN: OK. Well, Michele has a very natural look, so we wanted, again, to keep her as she is. We lined her eyes only on the top, which is less of an eye statement. Very beautiful skin, and we really played up her skin. And for her lips, we did a matte stain, that really is lip color. So it's a stronger look, and the good news is it stays on. Because all night long you're having fun, and you don't have to worry about retouching your lips. And I didn't go for a dark red or a bright, because that's not her. Brown applies some color to Thurston's lips. GLICK: I was just going to say--OK. Ms. BROWN: So you have to arrive at your reunion where people say, `Oh, my God! You look fabulous.' That's the only thing you want people to say. GLICK: And the idea is really just to be natural, not too glitzy, too glam. Because all of these events tend to be in the evening. So we tend to think, `Oh, let's get all dressed up.' Ms. BROWN: Right. You're not going to your son's bar mitzvah, you are going to your reunion. You should be comfortable, and you should feel good, and you should just have a good time. So really, it's practicing what works for you. And again, it's the skin. It's the skin. It's concealer, it's the right foundation. Tinted moisturizer is great because it kind of softens all those things and just gives you a little bit of fullness. And that makes you look younger. GLICK: And a little bit of a glow. Ms. BROWN: Yes. GLICK: And how about you? How nervous are you? Ms. BROWN: Hi, Natalie. Natalie Morales and Al Roker appear. NATALIE MORALES, anchor: Hi, Bobbi. Ms. THURSTON: I'm not nervous. GLICK: You're not nervous? Ms. THURSTON: No, no. ROSE: Did you--have you guys gone to recent reunions? AL ROKER reporting: Yeah, my 50th. GLICK: Oh, you don't want to admit it. Yeah. MORALES: I was just reuniting with Al behind that little... ROKER: Not like that. Not like that. GLICK: You're putting us to shame here. Well, Bobbi, as always, thank you so much. And you look like you had a blast. Ms. BROWN: My pleasure. Oh, yeah. GLICK: We're all now so excited for our reunions. And you two have a fabulous reunion. MORALES: You guys have a lot of catch--catching up to do. GFX: Insert yearbook photos of Aronne and Thurston. SUPERIMPOSITION: Insert supers"Bobbi Brown Tip #1: Focus on Weither Eyes or Lips, Not Both","Bobbi Brown Tip #2: For Eyes, Use a Gel Eyeliner", and"Bobbi Brown Tip #3: For lips, Go For Matte Satin.'