Emma is featured in this month’s edition of ‘Glamour UK’. In it, Emma talks make-up tips and beauty tricks, as well as her favourite beauty brands and products. Scans have been added her in the galleries (thanks to Watson Uncensored) and the article has been transcribed here. She’s also one of ‘Glamour UK’s “Best Dressed” 2012′ finalists.
- Do give your skin some TLC! “My skin’s really sensitive. It’s got to last me a long time, and I don’t want to wear it out, so I try to be kind to it. There’s an amazing brand called MV Organic Skincare that I buy online. Their Rose Smoothing & Protective Moisturiser smells insane! I also like Eucerin Dermatoclean Refreshing Cleansing Gel, and I’ve been using Lancome’s Bi-facil Non Oily Instant Cleanser Sensitive Eyes forever – it gets everything of.”
- Do big up your brows! “I get mine threaded at Blink in Selfridges or Fenwick [both London] – they’re amazing. People underestimate the power of an eyebrow. I recently got my friend into pencilling hers in, which she thought was such a strange concept at first.”
- Do learn a little French! “I love French pharmacies. I’m obssessed – I could spend hours. They take a very medical, pharmaceutical approach to the face. I love the French less-is-more look – there’s somthing very class about it. It’s so sad when people hide themselves behind too much make-up.”
- Do enjoy some red-carpet prep! “I love having facials. I think it makes more of a difference to how I feel than a full-body massage does. You feel fresh and new. And eyedrops … genius! The anti-redness ones are so good.”
- Don’t listen to everyone! “It’s kind of overwhelming, especially with your diet and skincare. You get so many different pieces of advice, you don’t know what to listen to. I think people need to judge what works for them and trust their intuition.”
- Do be brave with your hair! “This sounds so ridicuous, but if you analyse what I’ve done with my hair over the years, it always matches my moods. Cutting off all my hair was all about getting rid of ‘Harry Potter’, and going dark was about mourning the end of ‘Potter’.”