Meet Bénédicte Burguet Journé, Beauty Editor at Vanity Fair Franceby
She is the ultimate French-babe with a stellar career and a huge love for effortless elegance and beauty products. Voilà Bénédicte Burguet Journé.
We asked Bénédicte Burguet Journé all about her love for Paris, beauty, and her lovely little one. Get ready to feel inspired.
What is your self-care approach?
I take care of myself physically and mentally. I eat well, try to sleep correctly (as much as possible with a baby), and “think” positively. For me, beauty is this sparkle in the eyes and radiant skin. You can’t be deeply beautiful if you are sad and tired.
You recently became the mother of the most beautiful baby ever, has your beauty regimen changed much since then? Do you have another approach to beauty?
My beauty regimen changed during my pregnancy. I used to drink wheatgrass juice every morning + green juice and life food (alfalfa, greens, seeds...) at every meal and no dairy. Now I feel much more relaxed. I eat clean, of course, but I drink red wine, eat a lot of French bread, drink coffee and have a piece of goat cheese once a week.
Do you have a blacklist of ingredients?
Where do you find out about new products and treatments?
Your bathroom: more is more or Marie Kondo?
What skincare products are you loving at the moment?
What is your daily beauty regimen? What is your weekly beauty regimen?
Tell us one of your personal bests kept beauty secrets that you want to pass down to your daughter?
Avoiding the sun like your worst enemy :) The sun is more dangerous than cigarettes for the skin.
Are there any beauty secrets that your mother or grandmother passed down to you?
What is your favorite workout?
Indoor cycling. It is the toughest sport I have ever practiced. And I am completely addicted.
An expensive-but-worth-it product or treatment?
Favorite App on your phone?
Last thing before bed?
First thing in the morning?
Where do you go for treatments in Paris?
Favorite beauty store in Paris where you usually buy products?
Not a beauty shop, sorry ... but the organic local little market next to my house.