You look evergreen as ever. Please share input on the Diet you follow.
My main priority every day is to drink lots of water—hydration is key. In the morning, I use a Nespresso machine and fill a mini mason jar with two shots of the Ristretto black capsule espresso. For breakfast, I prefer Fage yogurt and a high-fiber cereal. For lunch, I love having a grass-fed, buffalo hamburger, wrapped in lettuce with a pickle, onion, sprouts, spinach, tomatoes, Maille mustard and a kale salad—followed by more water. After that, I’ll have two squares of dark chocolate to end the meal. (I always have to have something sweet.) Dinner is usually vegetable-centric with a clean protein. Dessert for me is blueberries, cinnamon and maybe a bit of coconut milk, followed by a cup of peppermint or chamomile tea.
Key factors to watch before choosing a foundation for a particular skin type.
Here are my four tips for choosing the right foundation:
- Use daylight. You must check the foundation under daylight to make sure that it’s the right color. So, if you must walk away from the counter and go outside with a small mirror, just look at it, and you’ll know it’s the right color.
- Make sure it disappears. You want to make sure that whatever foundation you choose, when you apply it to the side of the face, disappears. And you want it to be the same tone as your skin. So, when you choose one, you put it on your skin, you blend it in, and if it disappears, it’s the right color.
- Find the right formula for your skin type: Powders foundations, which are either loose or pressed, are great for oily skin. It’s different for skin that’s dryer or more mature. I would recommend for dryer skin more of a liquid foundation, and definitely a moisturizer to go with it. And a lot of moisturizers will say moisturizing foundation in the title, and so you’ll know.
- Choose a yellow-toned foundation. Yellow-toned foundations look the most natural on all skin tones. Your foundation should not change the color of your face but should match the color of your skin.
Share [an inspiration] that has stayed by over the years.
I’ve had a photo of Phoebe Philo, the former designer of Celine, on my inspiration board since I began creating JONES ROAD. She’s wearing a simple navy blue sweater and no makeup and she looks effortlessly beautiful. That’s how I want people to feel when they try JONES ROAD.
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