Celebrity Makeup Artist Lina Hanson Expands Green Global Beauty Line

Lina Hanson preps Morena Baccarin for a Golden Globes.

Morena Baccarin, Lykke Li, Ellen Page and some-more are devotees of a natural, eco-aware skincare formulas.

The beauty attention now is a really opposite savage compared to 5 or 10 years ago. Presently green, organic, sustainable, natural, nontoxic, vegan, wildcrafted and even non-GMO are sincerely normal buzzwords, though that wasn’t a box in 2009, when luminary makeup artist Lina Hanson (Morena Baccarin, Brooke Shields, Gillian Anderson and Portia de Rossi are some of her clients) wrote her book Eco-Beautiful, published by Rodale. She had satisfied that many of a washing list of unpronounceable mixture in a products in her pack were indeed toxic. “When we initial started doing research, there were usually a few healthy beauty brands on a market, and they were usually accessible in tiny health food stores, with really tiny range,” she recalls.

At a time a Swedish-born beauty consultant met that plea by pity information in her book about how to eat for healthy skin and repurposing kitchen mixture for a complexion. Then a few years ago, utterly organically, Hanson began offered her possess natural, ethically sourced and globally desirous oil serums to a public. Her Global Face Serum ($85), that contains African baobab, marula, argan, camellia seed, mandarin and brazil bulb oils and has fans in Ellen Page, Ewan McGregor and Lykke Li. Now she’s flourishing her eponymous code with dual new products, Global Face Trio ($70), a 3-in-1 powder that can be used as a cleanser, exfoliator and mask, and Global Treasures ($105), an eye and neck diagnosis relief containing 24k gold, pearl and matcha immature tea.

“When we initial started it was usually a tiny immature beauty community,” Hanson says, “and now it has grown some-more mainstream. However, since it’s turn such a trend, a lot some-more companies are observant they’re ‘natural’ and a lot of a toxins are still present.” For that reason, she advocates for all consumers to do their possess investigate and indeed know what they’re putting on their largest organs. Hanson praises stars like Gwyneth Paltrow (who launched a purify cosmetics line with Juice Beauty progressing this year), Josie Maran, Livia Firth and Leonardo DiCaprio for their industry in pulling recognition and preparation around a immature transformation forward.

It’s not usually about an partial being organic, Hanson says, though it’s about how it was grown, processed and sourced. “I source reliable mixture harvested by women’s collectives and farmers around a world, and a gain assistance their whole communities,” says a visit universe traveler. “When it comes to partial sourcing it’s about looking during a bigger picture.”

She’s even had clients ask her to put together immature makeup kits. “It’s strenuous during initial when we get introduced to it, so we try to assistance slight down what works for them,” she says. It’s all partial of her goal to assistance teach and widespread a thought of tellurian beauty in Hollywood and beyond.  

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