Sustainable Beauty for an eco-conscious beauty routine by Justine Jenkins
Sustainable Beauty Practical advice and projects for an eco-conscious beauty routine by Justine Jenkins
21st December 2021 | White Lion Publishing £18 | Hardback
Packed with easy projects and practical advice to make your beauty routine planet-friendly. Vegan, cruelty-free, ‘clean’, organic, multi-use, non-GM, zero-waste, not to mention palm oil, over-consumption, mica and micro-plastics. Where do you start when it comes to creating an eco-conscious beauty routine? There are thousands of products claiming to be better for the environment and your skin. Are they what they say they are? What can we actually do to make a difference?
Sustainable Beauty provides the small steps everyone can take to make that difference.
Justine Jenkins, a celebrity makeup artist and a lifelong campaigner for sustainable beauty, guides you through – breaking down the issues and explaining how we can mitigate them at home. With easy-to-follow tutorials, and useful information (from simplifying your beauty routine to reading beauty labels). Plus 20 step-by-step vegan recipes for beauty essentials (including DIY hydrating serums and superfood face masks). Justine illustrates how small changes in habit will result in a more sustainable beauty routine.
Learn how to maximise your contributions with minimal effort and without breaking the bank.
Justin Jenkins is an acclaimed sustainable beauty expert
Justine Jenkins is one of the UK’s most acclaimed cruelty-free and vegan makeup artists, and sustainable beauty experts. Her client roster counts Keeley Hawes, Killing Eve’s Jodie Comer, Fearne Cotton, Handmaid’s Tale’s Elisabeth Moss, Amy Poehler and Game of Thrones actress, Rosie Leslie. A lifelong campaigner for animal rights,
Justine is a pioneer and leader in the cruelty-free beauty movement, working alongside a number of charities including PETA and Humane Society International. After fleeing a ‘soul-eroding’ career as a city stockbroker. Justine is known for her editorial and red carpet work focusing on natural beauty.
In her new book, ‘Sustainable Beauty’ Justine offers practical and solid advice on how to become your own ethical beauty expert. Whilst sharing the make-up techniques that she has developed over the last 23 years. Her work has been featured in Harpers, Stylist, Vogue, The Hollywood Reporter, L’Officiel, The Sunday Times Magazine, Hunger and Red Magazine to name a few.
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Sustainable Beauty – Top Tips
My promise to myself is to lead a more sustainable lifestyle in 2022. I first saw this on Laura Whitmore’s Instagram page, which is committed to buying sustainable products. I can’t wait to buy this book!