Autumn Shoot

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Eliza Coolsma – visit her yoga blog here Yoga at the Park

Photos: Santiago Garcia de Leaniz

Makeup:

Base, Skin Veil Ellis Faas shade S102

Mascara, Korres natural black

Eyes, Urban Decay Naked 2

Cheeks, Bobbi Brown blush Slopes

Powder, Avene mosaic in translucent

Lips, Korres lip butter in Quince, Etnia organic lipgloss 1

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French Pharmacies…

…are simply the best! I always visit one when I go to France.

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This time I picked up a collection of treats from Caudalie, Avene, Sanoflore, Weleda, and the bonus is that they’re a bit cheaper than in the UK.  Weleda’s massage oil is just amazing and contains apricot kernal, wheatgerm and jojoba oils as well as essential oils, no parabens or mineral oils in sight thankfully. Its great to use post shower on damp skin, having dry brushed the skin first (always in an upwards direction towards the heart). The dry brushing stimulates the circulation and buffs off dry/old skin. I really recommend this to prepare ‘winter’ skin for summer outings!
Sanoflore’s pluie micellaire démaquillante or micellar cleansing droplets is a beautiful cleansing water that smells divine. It contains rose flower water and is so soothing on the skin, it has the ‘Ecocert’ accreditation, again ensuring no use of synthetic ingredients or parabens. Thumbs up!  Caudalie is an absolute favourite of mine and I always use the pulpe vitamine eye and lip cream, as recommended to me by a fellow makeup artist 7 years ago!  As a brand they don’t use parabens, mineral oils, synthetic perfumes or test on animals, though they are not certified organic.

Top makeup artist Lisa Eldridge did a post on her video blog a while back about her love for the French pharmacies too!  See her post here.