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Marie Claire: How old were you when you found your style?
Emma Watson: I'm still looking for it! On the red carpet, I always know what I want to wear. But in my everyday life, it's more complicated ... It depends on my mood, which varies!
Marie Claire: Your everyday face?
Emma Watson: When I'm not working, it's very light. My skin needs rest between makeup sessions. I just use a moisturizer, a lip balm, a little mascara and a dash of brown eyeliner, quite natural.
Marie Claire: An unforgettable face care?
Emma Watson: In New York, any custom ritual at Advanced Skin Care Day Spa. It's amazing how my skin looks brighter and healthier.
Marie Claire: Your secret after a sleepless night?
Emma Watson: The Blush In Love Pêche Joue-Joue from Lancôme's spring collection, used all over the face. It's very light, so it remains subtle. It illuminates without being overbearing. I just look perfectly awake, healthy.
Marie Claire: What are you doing for your body?
Emma Watson: I've been practicing yoga for a year with a coach. And then I walk a lot, and I run whenever there is a park nearby. The green, the music blasting in my headphones, and there I go!
Marie Claire: The fragrance that suits you the most?
Emma Watson: Trésor Midnight Rose by Lancôme. I rather wear it the weekend or when I go out at night. For me it evokes "fun", so I avoid it when I work.
Marie Claire: Your bedside cream?
Emma Watson: The Protective Moisturizing Rose Cream MV Organic Skincare. I love its smell, and ultra-gentle formula is perfect for my sensitive skin. I use the entire range.
Marie Claire: A personal beauty tip?
Emma Watson: I always apply a hot towel impregnated with lavender oil before cleansing my skin. Cleaning is then less aggressive.
Marie Claire: What advice did your mother give you in learning seduction?
Emma Watson: To never let myself go. She still has a lot of class and continues to inspire me.
Marie Claire: What is the best definition of beauty for you?
Emma Watson: Self confidence, be self-confident, obviously makes one looks beautiful. This was the case of Audrey Hepburn.