Beauty is ageless, as Coco Chanel said, “You can be gorgeous at thirty, charming at forty, and irresistible for the rest of your life.” For me beauty is about confidence in who you are.
When you are confident in your power, your passion, your beauty will shine. You’ll vibrate with that "je ne sais quoi."
Having skin that glows is a surefire way to emit French confidence. When our skin is radiant and clear, you feel good, and shows to the world. When skin is dull, lackluster, or breaking out, it can be a damper. This is why French women place skincare as a ritual, great skin starts with a consistent self-love.
French women are taught to embrace age and imperfection and to play with it. It’s not about wrinkle-less skin, perfectly blow dry hair or sophisticated makeup. Instead, it's about a bold lipstick paired with glowing bare skin… Designer stilettos with old jeans... and as my grandmother said, “when you have a pimple tie a beautiful scarf around your neck, people won't see the pimple, they will see the carf :-)
Perfection is overrated... imperfect is far more interesting. For me, it’s about embracing and feeling confident about who you are, while never neglecting yourself.