The renowned presenter, founder of a network of beauty salons, and all-around IT-GIRL tells us about the pleasure she finds in her beauty routine.
I regularly do Pilates and yoga, with frequent trips to the sauna. However, I’m not really about the ‘holistic healthy lifestyle’– I eat intuitively. I always felt that it was better for me not to lean too much on dairy products, and tests confirmed that lactose should be excluded from my diet as much as possible. As for vegetables and fruits, I’m campaigning for those that are seasonal, even if we’re talking about those which are imported.
A formula for care
My beauty routine is full of pleasure. I start the day with a cup of coffee, and 30 minutes before that, I drink black cumin oil. Then, I wash my face and see what my skin wants today, whether that’s a light lotion, a cream, or a mask. The full force of my care routine marches over the hill in the evening with a real artillery of serums and masks.
In my bag, there’s always lip gloss, compact powder with a mirror, and eye pencils (dark blue and green). Eyes should be emphasized and made up perfectly, with moist eyelids – they should be bright, but shouldn’t tear the image. Often, makeup with complex shading properties can age the subject unnaturally.
For the whole head
I can't do my styling on my own; I simply don't know how. But my hair? That’s something I can do! I've been used to taking care of it since childhood; my grandmother used to rinse my hair, after washing, with chamomile from the age of 5. After Covid-19, I decided to put more effort into it. To improve the quality of my hair and scalp, I do mesotherapy – I inject cocktails of vitamins and trace elements. Indeed, along the length of the hair, I use oils and masks.