Hi. Hey. How are you? – I’m good, how are you?
– I’m good. – Nice to see you.
– So good to see you. – Come and sit down.
– Alright. – How’s it going, good?
– Good. – Did you like your present?
– I loved it. I had so much fun. Not only is it so pretty
to just look at, but I had fun playing around with it. I wanted to show you how to use it. I know it’s quite intuitive. You have a concealer that
you can use underneath your eyes. But also,
it’s transparent enough But also,
it’s transparent enough
to be used all over your face,
wherever you need it. to be used all over your face,
wherever you need it. It starts as a natural approach
to beauty, but you can also have fun with it and build it up
and play a little. I love the fact that you can build on it
in so many different ways. I love that. I love that this product really does adjust
to every person wearing it and every person using it. Even to like how I change day to day. It’s dynamic and it moves with you, and it’s not pushing
one standard of being, but really it’s supporting
this idea of exploration. Yeah, and you can take it with you. It’s got three products in one. So it’s very portable and
it helps you to touch up fast. – I tested it, it fits in my pocket.
– That’s good. Then of course you have
your highlighter, which you use on the cheekbones, and in a C shape perhaps, on the bridge of the nose,
on the top of the lips, and also you can use it on your eyelid
as well like an eyeshadow. Oh wow. So it brings a little bit of colour and
a little bit of light to your eyes. Then you have a lip and cheek colour and you can just use your fingers
to do that. What I love about this palette is that it kind of goes back to
how my family approaches makeup, from this empowering place,
from this place of having fun, being able to have all of these products
that are versatile and using it as a tool
of self-expression. Exactly. It’s never come from a place
of necessity or need, but rather just true enjoyment
of the process. What’s your routine? My routine is all over the place. I look in the mirror and
it’s a completely new process, but I feel like the one thing
I’d have to say that’s consistent would be music. I love music, I mean especially by artists
who are socially engaged, and it’s transforming
and takes me to another dimension. In this dimension you get to let go of whatever standards
you have in your mind of yourself, or whatever expectation you have,
or other people have of you. When we’re alone
we don’t need to cheat. It’s just us. And I like to lose myself
in those moments, as I think we all do. We know that eventually
reality catches up, because it always does, but which reality is it? I feel like it’s all a matter