The actress, muse of L’Oréal Professionnel, shares with us her indispensable treatments and make-up. And reveals to us her vegetarian advices.
What time do you wake up in the morning?
6:30am or 7am. I have a clock in my head. I never sleep in late, this is my Swedish side.
Do you go out without make-up on?
Yes, most of the time. I make little effort in everyday life, I prefer to play the Invisible Woman and let my skin breathe. Maybe that’s why I make a big fuss about it on the red carpet, with extreme looks.
Is sport a part of your life?
Every day when I wake up, I go for a run or do at least 20 minutes of elliptical machine. It’s essential for my balance.
What are the beauty products that you can’t live without?
The Pro Fiber shampoo and the Re-Charge monodose by L’Oréal Professionnel that help strengthen my hair over time. The very moisturising Magic Cream by Charlotte Tilbury. The skincare products and cosmetics by that make-up artist are extraordinary and innovative. And the lipstick Lady Danger by Mac, an orange-red that highlights the eyes and is enough when we want to turn heads without putting make-up on other parts of the face.
What perspective did your mother bring to your physical appearance?
That of a mama bear, concerned for my happiness and my health. I always saw her put lots of moisturising cream on. She taught me the importance of staying hydrated, including drinking water.
What’s your worst beauty reflex?
Last night, I got back home late and I forgot to remove my make-up. This is wrong, I know.
What’s your addiction?
That’s my sin. Red wine as an apéritif in the evening. It relaxes me, but I have to stop eating sugar.
What’s your secret after a sleepless night?
The briefer the night was, the lighter I go. I’m a vegetarian. Fruit, vegetables and especially green juices to hold out, almost every day. One of my favourites: mix apples, carrots, kale and ginger. I also have a recipe for beetroot. Very good for health!
Which perfume do you like the most?
Melograno by Santa Maria di Novella, that’s very me. I keep coming back to it. This attachment is indefinable, like when one falls in love.
Do you have a favourite address?
Colourist Christophe Robin at the Hôtel Meurice, in Paris. He’s great, his passion is contagious.
What’s your definition of beauty?
That which shines from within. The words beauty and kindness are interrelated. Charlotte Rampling, for her charisma and because she’s intact.