Anouk Aimée is another beautiful face.
This French actress has always been a favourite of mine ever since she starred in the 1966 film, A Man and a Woman. I think it is time to to re-watch this movie, for the sound track alone.
According to her online biography, Anouk Aimée was noted for her “striking features” and beauty, and considered “one of the hundred sexiest stars in film history.” Her acting style often portrays a femme fatale, with a melancholy aura. In the 1960s, Life magazine wrote, “after each picture her enigmatic beauty lingered” in the memories of her audience, and called her “the Left Bank’s most beautiful resident.”
In her words,
“You can only perceive real beauty in a person as they get older. It’s so much better to desire than to have. What helps me go forward is that I stay receptive, I feel that anything can happen.”
I couldn’t agree more.
Beautiful faces and I think beauty.
I wanted to share with you a beauty product I found through Tish.
Tish knows much about beauty and in particular French beauty brands. In one of her articles, she highlights the benefits of foaming cleanser and as I had never tried this type of cleanser before, I thought I should.
Two words; game changer.
I have tried two different types brands, her suggestion Dermaceutic Exfoliating Foam and Filorga Foam Cleanser. Both cleansers are fabulous and feel wonderful to use. The difference is the Dermaceutic Foaming Cleanser has the addition of fruit acid.
My recommendation is with a more sensitive skin try the Filorga and if you are tolerant of fruit acids try the Dermaceutic cleanser.
I use the Dermaceutic every three days and alternate with the Filorga on the others. I cleanse my skin thoroughly twice a day; a routine I cannot live without. The foam has a lightness and freshness about it leaving the skin feeling soft and silky smooth.
The enriching creams I apply afterwards penetrate that much better.
All I can add is, thank you Tish. xv
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