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Green makeup masterclass with eco makeup artist Lou Dartford

60% of anything we put on our skin gets absorbed into our bodies. Cleaning up our beauty bag is as important as our detoxifying our diet. I was lucky enough to attend the MUA Cleaner Beauty Masterclass with London makeup artists for the launch of Weleda’s new BB creams and Wild Rose facial range. I was even luckier still to be the model for eco makeup artist Lou Dartford as she showed the range off to a room full of London based make-up artists by creating a live demonstration of a natural, bridal beauty look on little old me. Weleda Wellness Advisor, Caroline Burke also spoilt me rotten with a Wild Rose facial whilst she taught the makeup artists about natural skincare. “I think clean beauty is about being conscious – being aware of what you’re using. Ask yourself… What’s in it Where does it come from? Is it ethical? Do the companies treat people fairly? How does the company care for the planet? Weleda Wellness Advisor, Caroline Burke Lou transitioned her very impressive makeup …

5 steps to cleaner beauty with Jayn Sterland

Jayn Sterland, number 1 of the ‘The Who’s Who of Natural Beauty’ shares her mission for ‘Honest beauty’ and her simple tips to clean up our beauty routines Jayn Sterland is the managing director of Weleda UK and number 1 of the ‘The Who’s Who of Natural Beauty’ for the second year running. We sit in the show garden of Weleda whilst we talk about Jayn’s mission for cleaning up the beauty industry, eliminating green washing and getting the industry to be socially responsible for what they put on the shelf. You’ve won who’s who in Natural Beauty for the second year running, what does natural beauty mean to you? “Natural beauty for me comes from within. And means being really, really authentic. This is going to sounds really corny but it starts with knowing who you are. It’s nothing to do with the products you put on your skin. It’s the light shining through you. And I think when you know who you are, and you love yourself – the good and the bad …