Elemental Herbology Founder Kristy Cimesa Shows Us What’s Inside Her Make-Up Bag

19 February 2014 by

Kristy Cimesa

Kristy Cimesa really is what you would call a beauty buff- passionate about bio-active skincare, the gorgeous Kristy travels all over the world to discover new and innovative ingredients and treatment methods (think exotic Japan, the Amazon Basin and South Africa to name a few!) for her stellar skincare brand Elemental Herbology which she launched in 2008. Back in 2008’s Kristy’s vision was to create products that would help support the skin throughout the changing seasons, the transition of life and the different aspects of the environment. In other words- total skincare heaven! Us Grazia ladies have long been obsessed with all of the brand’s incredible products and couldn’t wait to chat to the wonderful Kristy about all the beauty goodies she simply couldn’t be without. Read on and learn…

Elemental Herbology Tree of Life Balm: This is launching in store in May and is an amazing multi-purpose balm that is great for everything from dry lips to peeling cuticles, cracked heals and avoiding stretch marks.

By Terry Eclat De Rose Sheer Tinted Moisturiser, £60I don’t wear foundation but I have discovered this can double up as a wonderful concealer.

Chanel Sublime Mascara, £24: I am a long-standing fan of Chanel Mascara but not faithful to a particular brush.

Laura Mercier Crème Smooth Lip Colour In Tangrine, £21: I love all the shades in this range but am particularly loving this bright hue right now

Elemental Herbology Perfect Clarity, £25: This is the perfect treatment to stop a blemish in its tracks. Super anti-bacterial and very effective.

MAC Lipstick In Vegas Volt, £15: This has a gorgeous peachy orange glow- a great one to wear during the day.

SEVENTEEN Lasting Fix Lipstick in Showcase, £4.29: A friend gave me this lipstick as she thought it was so amazing she was circulating it. It has a really deep red shade and wonderful for evenings. It also has great staying power which is unusual for red lipstick.

MAC Eye Shadow in Charcoal Brown, £12.50: Wonderful for defining brows.

Antonia’s Flowers Floret Eau De Parfum, £137: I started to wear this fragrance in the Summer as it is reminiscent of a Spring garden and loved it so much I have carried on wearing it through the Winter as it helps  it helps to brighten a dreary winters day.

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