Meet Julie Our New Intern From South of France




Where are you from in France ?

 I come from Montpellier, but I live in Marseille. I have provencal roots.

I’m a hundred percent southern french girl.



What is your daily skincare routine?

I start my day by cleansing my face with Bioderma's Sensibio micellar water. Then, before applying make-up, I use the Prodigious boost cream from Nuxe.

Every evening I wash my face with the Cleanance cleanser from Avène, then I moisturise my face with the Avène crème compensatrice et nutritive.


How do you get ready for a night out or an event? Any secret tips?

 For a party, it's important to be 'stylée' from head to toe. I wash my hair and nourish using Klorane Nourishing Leave-in Cream with Mango Butter before and after using a hair dryer and curling or straightening iron, and I also take care to apply a green clay mask to my face in the morning.

My little trick that makes the difference is to apply a little bit of l’Huile prodifieuse Or from Nuxe to the body and hair.



How do you take care of your body and wellbeing in general?

I try to eat as healthy as possible and drink plenty of water as it helps to stabilise my acne problems. When I have time I like to get up early in the morning and go for a walk to get some fresh air, I feel better after that.


If you had to choose one beauty or skincare products only to take with you, which one would it be ?

Definitely a gloss. I find that it looks great and enhances the rest of the makeup while moisturising the lips. My favourites are definitely the Fenty beauty one and Hoola lip gloss from benefit. 


How do you relax?

To feel relaxed I take a hot shower, wash my hair and put on soft pyjamas to go to bed to watch a show, while lighting a candle on my bedside table.


Favourite place in London?

Very touristy cliché, but I'd say Camden Town and Soho.



Favourite holiday or travel destination?

Nothing better than a holiday in my family home in Alpes de Hautes Provence, I could spend all my days going to the small local markets and taking pictures of the lavender fields.