Morning: I wash my face with La Roche-Posay Effaclar facial cleanser and then I spray my face with Bioderma Hydrabio Brume and let it dry. Then I use La Roche-Posay Effaclar day cream. For make up, I put Bobbi Brown creamy concealer under the eye, I use Chanel Joues Contraste blush on my cheeks and finally I curve my eye lashes with a Chanel curler.
Sometimes to find your health you have to almost lose it. That’s what happened to Seamus Mullen, the renowned New York chef who nearly died of an autoimmune disorder after years of ignoring his body’s subtle signals. He is my guest today and I can’t wait for you to hear him speak passionately of food, culture and health; three things he mixes with passion in his new book, Real Food Heals.
- Pardon My French
- Happy Holidays!
- How To...
- Things I Learned
- Three looks
I probably get too excited for my own good when I see Julie has posted a new illustration on her Instagram, @jooleeloren. Her searing and insightful commentary on the modern state of womanhood is both universal and personal (for better or worse). It only makes sense her first book be titled, Literally Me, as one can’t think of much else when scrolling through her feed. We stopped by her studio to see where all the comedic genius happens.