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Stephanie Gailing and Seeking Beauty


I’ve always been interested in astrology and how it affects us. So when I got the chance to meet Stephanie Gailing, I was all ears. Our mutual good friend Melissa Lanman (of JNSQ) introduced us and thought we’d hit it off. She was right. It was actually through Skype I got to converse with Stephanie to learn more about what it was that she does. The first thing that caught my attention was how she presented herself, with her words and passion. She had an energy that was positive and deeply intriguing. Soon after our Internet connection (ha!) I learned she was a woman after my own heart, a woman seeking uniqueness and beauty. And someone who could tell me a thing or three about astrology.

Stephanie, a wellness astrologer, opened up by explaining how she finds a thrill and purpose through weaving together astrological insights, flower essence therapy, dreamwork, and compassion-based coaching. More information and her works can be found at her home site (Planetary Apothecary).

Below you can find our interview with Stephanie! Took a look:

What are your must-have beauty products?

Organic coconut oil and filtered water. I love coconut oil; it’s so nourishing and so versatile. I use it all over: on my face, as a body moisturizer, to soften my cuticles, and to nourish my feet. Sometimes, I’ll use it as a scalp treatment and add a bit on the ends of my hair to control fly-aways. As you can see, it’s my #1 go-to. I also consider filtered water an important beauty “product.” After all, the difference in the way I look (and feel) when I’m well-hydrated and when I’m not is world’s apart.

How would you define beauty?

I don’t have a definition of beauty per se but rather a way that I recognize it. When I connect to beauty, I feel a sense of inner peace. It inspires this feeling that’s a mixture of quietude and vitality; I feel at once still and centered while also feeling really alert and engaged. It’s like everything lights up inside of me, which creates a sense of still peace and clarity.

I have this experience regardless of the source of beauty, whether it’s something visual, a gorgeous song, someone’s expression of heartfelt emotion, or something that someone does or says that reflects—and connects me to—a sense of deep-seated humanity.

What are some of your daily rituals?

I love rituals. They give me a sense of order and peace. They feel like a great touchstone to instill some constancy into life that can otherwise be non-constant.

As far as my daily rituals, there are several things that I find myself engaging in each day: focusing on recalling my dreams and recording them, drinking water upon waking, slathering myself with coconut oil (see above), and enjoying a cup of yerba mate or coffee when reading morning emails. And of course, brushing my teeth and taking a hot shower (the latter being one of my favorite experiences of the day).

What led you to Astrology and how did you decide to make a career out of it?

About 20 years ago, I had an astrology session that changed my life. I remember being amazed that by just giving the astrologer my birth information, she knew me in a way like no one else had ever before. For the first time in my life, I felt seen, understood, and validated. It was the most remarkable experience and one that shifted my life trajectory. I felt that I could live into my life in a way that I hadn’t yet been able to and in that moment I felt this call: that I MUST learn the language of astrology.

I needed to know it to better understand myself and the world around me. And I needed to know it so that I could use it as a tool to be of service to others. My career had been (and continues to be) dedicated to helping others achieve a greater sense of well-being, and I saw how astrology could play a very significant role in meeting this aim since it was a tool for awareness, empowerment and self-compassion, which I believed to be at the root of well-being.

While I began studying astrology fiercely at that time, it was in 2009, with the publication of my book Planetary Apothecary, that I began to focus my career on weaving together astrology, self-care tips, and wellness lifestyle strategies.

Who has been most inspirational to you in your work and life?

While there are so many who have been inspirational to me along my path—family, friends, partners, mentors, colleagues, et al.—as I continued to reflect upon your question, who has been most inspirational to me, here is what came to mind: Poets.

I adore poetry. I think part of my affinity towards it is that helps me to identify thoughts and feelings that oftentimes feel so obscure, gossamer, or dispersive that I can’t always find the words for them. When I read poetry, it’s oftentimes like a mirror into my heart and mind, as well as a connection to understanding humanity a bit more.

Rainier Marie Rilke is one of my favorites. As a question-lover, someone who is quite curious and inspired by inquiry, I’m especially fond of this passage:

“Be patient toward all that is unsolved in your heart and try to love the questions themselves, like locked rooms and like books that are now written in a very foreign tongue. Do not now seek the answers, which cannot be given you because you would not be able to live them. And the point is, to live everything. Live the questions now. Perhaps you will then gradually, without noticing it, live along some distant day into the answer.”

What advice would you give to other women you wish someone would have told you?

You are unique and that is beautiful. Don’t hide your individuality; instead radiate it. Not only is it your right to be who you are but it’s a gift that you can offer others. It’s important to be yourself, not just for yourself, but because of how it may light up and inspire others’ lives in a very deep and transformative way.


As a wellness astrologer, Stephanie Gailing weaves together astrological insights, flower essence therapy, dreamwork, and compassion-based coaching. Author of Planetary Apothecary: An Astrological Approach to Health and Wellness and Stellar Kids, Stephanie counsels clients, teaches workshops, writes about holistic well-being, and crafts custom-designed flower essence elixirs. Based in Seattle, she frequently travels to New York City, and works with clients all over the world. You can find more about her and her work at her website Planetary Apothecary (

Erin Feniger: Founder and Creative Director

Last year in New York, I had the privilege of meeting Erin Feniger at a January Labs event. I quickly learned about her innovative and profound work with Rialto Jean Project. As a founder and creative director she leads the project that seeks to benefit children through art, with proceeds going to support innovative art therapy programs at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and New York. I was honored to continue a conversation with her and below you can see how I got to know her a little bit more beyond her work.


January Labs: What are your must-have beauty products?

Erin Feniger: Go and Glow Power Peel Exfoliant. The perfect quick fix to feel and look refreshed when my schedule is non stop!

JL: Do you have any daily rituals that you can’t live without?

EF: Funny enough I think the one daily ritual I never miss is at night when I put Nivea head to toe! [Laughs] It’s really funny because my sister-in-law finds this to be funny and fascinating as I am obsessed with products and the drug store lotion is what I cant live without

JL: How would you describe your style?

EF: Classic … I love a white t-shirt, a great pair of jeans, my leather jacket and my accessories are everything. Shoes can make or break an outfit, a collection of purses and incredible pieces of jewelry

JL: What lead you to start Rialto Jean Project?

EF: Two years ago, I got sick with an autoimmune disease, which is a chronic pain disorder. I had made the decision to close the doors to my event company that helped non-profits raise their annual revenue to focus on my health.

I was living in Venice Beach, California, and I would go to Gjelina for my morning coffee and I would see this girl—think Erin Wasson—who literally got out of the water from surfing and threw on her paint clothes, because she’s an artist. She was wearing her boyfriend’s old Levi’s that had paint everywhere, a white tank top, no bra, and her hair had that perfect beachy wave. Being that I have been collecting vintage Levis for years and was denim obsessed since a little girl I was focused on the jeans and how cool they looked with the paint. I knew if someone made those jeans to look authentic to a painter in her studio wiping the brushes on her pants … people would buy them.

Next thing you knew I was buying dozens of vintage Levis from good will and bought every kind of paint at the art store and I spent several weeks in a studio with an artist friend watching the process from canvas to pant. This was important as the last time I has really done art was in the 3rd grade.

Before I knew it I had turned my garage into an art studio, my laundry room into a washhouse and had a pop up store on Abbot Kinney.

JL: What has been the most exciting part of career so far?

EF: To watch how people all over the world have fallen in love with the jeans!


JL: Who has been most inspirational to you in your work and life?

EF: Without a doubt my father; he taught me to never give up and that there will always be hurdles but they will make you smarter and stronger. He also taught me that hard work pays off, how important it was to network (truly meet different people every where you go and always follow up with a call or note afterwards) and most importantly to always treat people kind and fair!

JL: Tell us about your incredible charity work …

EF: Rialto Jean Project benefits children through art; with proceeds going to support innovative art therapy programs at Children’s Hospital’s. Proceeds from each pair of Rialto Jean Project denim benefits Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and New York Presbyterian Child Life Services. RJP supports their longstanding work incorporating art therapy to aid the healing process and benefit the lives of patients being treated at the hospital.

Art therapy helps young patients find a sense of hope, self-esteem, autonomy and competence in their healing process The Rialto Jean Project charitable platform ‘Denim Doing Good’ exemplifies our work and dedication to this cause

JL: What advice would you give to other women you wish someone would have told you?

EF: Working hard is a key ingredient but stepping back and thinking smart is the real answer. So think that just cause you work hard your going to be successful, taking breaks and thinking through things is the real answer.

Photo by: Pieter Henket

Tierney Gearon: World Renown Artist and Photographer

As one of the most influential photographers of our time—having been discovered by Charles Saatchi,Tierney Gearon has established a career capturing moments, timelessly and accurately. Little did I know, before meeting her a few years ago when she took photos for my website, she also traveled the world for half a decade modeling. While she was pursuing her first passion, Ballet in Utah, a European modeling agency discovered her and helped ignite a life into the modeling world. Over time her interests grew and it was through her pastime of taking photos that she was encouraged to extend and grow her skills into and beyond the industry, ultimately to become a professional photographer. Not only does her resume and accolades within photography blow me away, she also is a woman with a powerful story that has inspired me deeply. As a professional working on the other side of the lens—and successfully, it’s apparent she is a woman of true talent. But In addition to it all, her dedication to her family is what I might admire the most. With four beautiful children whom she has evidently encourages to follow their passion no matter what, It’s apparent in the way she speaks of them that they are her gold. When you are in her home you can even feel the free spirit of great energy and greater love and it’s absolutely contagious. I had a chance to catch up with Tierney and ask her a few questions! Here is what we talked about…..

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JL: How would you describe your style?
Tierney Gearon: Creative, artistic, bohemian and colorful.
JL: What are your must-have beauty products?
TG: I have terribly dry skin—so all my organic oils are a must.
JL: Do you have any daily rituals that you can’t live without?
TG: Exercise is an absolute must. I mostly hike and do yoga–we also just moved to a beach farm
lifestyle and so my new favorite thing is to walk the goats and sit with the chickens; it keeps me grounded continually.

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JL: What has been the most exciting part of your career so far?
TG: Commercial photography wise, the biggest challenge I have ever had to do is when I had to shoot the Oscar Issue for the New York Times Magazine; we had to also shoot little vignette videos. I had an hour to do each person and it was the first time I had ever done film so I had to come up with the concepts and make it all happen. Working with such a large crew was also not easy, I am a one woman show, but we did it and we did an amazing job!
JL: Being a mother of four, how do you balance your work, creativity and motherhood?
TG: I don’t know, some how I just do it! I just don’t think about it. I take care of myself but my children come first hands down.
JL: As a woman who has achieved so much, how important has the support of other women been to your career?
TG: I think the biggest support is the belief in one’s self and taking care of yourself. I know what it feels like to support my female friends and I am very empowered by it, in turn I’m encouraged to support myself.

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JL: Who has been most inspirational to you in your work and life?
TG: My own life story. My family and children inspire me.
JL: What advice would you give to other women you wish someone would have told you?
TG: Learn how to take care of yourself and to say “yes” to as much as you can without hurting yourself or others!


Local Rose in Bloom

One of my go-to blogs for holistic lifestyle tips can be found at—by Shiva Rose. Her quest for natural, eco-friendly and sustainable goods and ideas are perfectly displayed and executed on her creative platform. Her passion is set apart from most things I come across because she’s more than an interesting woman, she’s an interesting woman whose present passion is formed from her upbringing, her journey through life with her two daughters and her innate spirit of positivity and wellness. Good health and a sustainable lifestyle not only are important to Shiva, but it’s what fulfills her days and she shares such fullness with her audience. She curates her rich and deep journey of discovery and wonder all  through The Local Rose.


I am so excited to share my recent interview I had with this beautiful soul. Here’s what we talked about; learn more at @localrose

January Labs: What are your must have beauty products?

Shiva Rose: I use my own beauty products, oils, balms and serums that I create in my studio using various essential oils and beeswax. For makeup I use RMS products, and I also like your lovely ones January! I also use Egyptian magic for a glowing look.


JL: How would you describe your style?

SR: My style is probably eclectic bohemian with a touch of classic. I love to mix new shoes and bags with a vintage dress. I also like to dress in terms of telling story or how I am feeling. Lately it’s been a new age crystal goddess look with crystals and wither white or pale rose Grecian dresses.


JL: What are your daily rituals?

SR: Upon waking I mist my face with rose water that I have made or the kind I sell on my site. Then before I take care of my daughters and animals, I make a pot of Living tea, which is from old growth teas. I drink a cup in silence and reflect on what my day will bring. Later in the day I have a tea and raw cacao chocolate around 4pm. If time permits I will do a Kundalini yoga set and chant some mantras. I close each evening with a bath that has some of my sea salts that I make. Rituals, I feel are so vital for a balanced and peaceful life. Thank you for asking.


JL: Do you have any natural skincare remedies you can’t live without?

SR: Oatmeal baths for any skin rashes or bug bites!


JL: I love your blog. Your recipes are scrumptious, what is your favorite simple go to dish?

SR: I like to cook. I just got myself a slow cooker and that has been a dream! Yesterday I made a pot of black bean soup and it was so easy. Just fry up some onions, garlic, tomatoes and chili powder, smoked paprika and cumin and place all in the pot with broth and in three hours there is an amazing soup! I also make a lot of kale, cabbage salads with an almond, cilantro, bragg, olive oil dressing!


JL: You epitomize natural beauty. What led you to create your lovely rose oil products?

SR: As I was reviewing products for my blog my desire to learn about the properties of flowers and plants began to expand. I also was so worried about the toxic content of regular conventional products. I wanted to create something luxurious and safe! 


JL: Who has been most inspirational to you in your work and life?

SR: I was an actress for many, many years and I think reading classic books and watching classic films shaped me for those chapters. I am now so inspired by the incredible community of women and sisters that I see creating beauty in this world, and in a way that is bringing healing to our planet. I am also so moved and inspired by organic farmers who choose to grow real, wholesome food in the face of corrupt big agro companies. Vandana Shiva and Robyn O’Brien who are fighting for our seeds inspire me as well. They have taught me that to be an activist can go hand in hand with being a feminine woman.


JL: What advice would you give to other women you wish someone would have given you early in your life?

SR: Don’t take things personally and take chances life is too short to wonder, “what if?”


Q & A: Caroline Vreeland: Flawless Songstress

I am so excited to share this interview with Caroline Vreeland. She is not only an incredibly gorgeous, talented, and smart woman, she is a force. It is rare to meet such a beauty with an inner kindness that is so palpable. She is an inspiration and I am so excited to watch this babe’s career skyrocket! Oh and by the way … she happens to be Diana Vreeland’s great granddaughter—one of the most formidable women of all time!

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JL: How would you describe your style? 

CV: Minimal, boyish, easy

JL: What are your must-have beauty products?

CV: Right now I love January Labs eye cream, Korean collagen eye pads, Aquaphor on everything, Bobbi Brown tinted moisturizing balm, & Glossier rose water spray

JL: Do you have any daily rituals that you can’t live without?
CV: Face timing my sister, green tea from Alfred, and taking a selfie with my boyfriend for the
app “Everyday.”



JL: What has been the most exciting part of your career so far?

CV: Having people come up to me on the street and tell me my music has meant something special to them! And shooting for Carine Roitfeld’s CR Fashion book (twice!) was a huge milestone for me as well.

JL: What inspires most of the songs you write about?

CV: It can be anything from a fight with a friend, to the art I see, or the book I’m reading; anything & everything inspires me. I’m like a freak with too much empathy. For instance, I will see someone in a painting. A farm girl maybe. Then I’ll daydream about what her life was like-no … it’s more like I’ll feel her life as if it were my own. Deeply. I really feel these people! Then I’ll build a world in my mind of what a day in her life is like or what she’s going through, and I the somehow write a song about it! So although something may not have happened to me specifically, I can truly feel like I’ve been there, felt those emotions, so, in a way, all I come across becomes a part of me.

JL: As a woman who is building a career, how important is the support of other women?Who has been most inspirational to you in your work and life?

CV: Successful, confident women provide a sense of security to those searching to find love for themselves. One of the most inspirational things that has happened to me is having girls write messages to me explaining how I’ve given them a sense of pride in their bodies or big boobs, or the way they carry themselves, or in the idea that they can express themselves the way they want to. The number of followers one has on Instagram doesn’t matter. What matters is that I could have some kind of influence on women. One girl wrote to me last week saying she’s always hated the scar on her face but since seeing how I embrace the scar on my forehead, she’s learned to find the beauty in hers. This brought tears to my eyes. This, to me, is the importance of influence through social media.

JL: What advice would you give to other women you wish someone would have told you?

CV: Never give up on what matters to you, never give in to what you are not, and never compromise who you are at your core. Be kind to everyone and I mean everyone because you never know what someone’s truly going through, and a small kindness from you could change their day or even their life.

JL: Lastly, your Great Grandmother Diana Vreeland is one of my favorite icons of
all time, how has she influenced your life?

CV: I’ve said this before but it is the bare bones truth. Nanina (as we call Diana in my family) is in my blood, a part me, flowing through me. It sounds crazy but I know she is inside me, guiding me. Because of her I am not afraid to be imperfect and brave.

For more insight, check out her website

Q & A with Andrea Linett

Beyond my business, is a deep love and passion I have of developing relationships with clients. Consequently, by working under January Labs, I’m able to meet other women who are like minded about their own passion and professions. Along the way, I have been fortunate enough to meet some incredibly talented and inspiring women and so I’ve decided to use my blog to share some of their stories and advice.

I met Andrea Linett a few years ago at one of her book signings for her fabulous book, “I want to be her”. When you meet Andrea, you in fact want to be HER!  Her style is effortless and she pretty much personifies cool. I love her website because it is actually stuff you want to and CAN buy! She is a January Labs (namely the Glow & Go) devotee and has been instrumental in spreading the word about the line.

Andrea answered a few of my questions …

How would you describe your style? I always say “untucked glamour” because I can never be truly put together (and I’m not into perfection anyway!)

What do you shop for most often? Shoes, jewelry and beauty products

What are your must-have beauty products? January Labs’ Power Peel Exfoliant, Josie Maran tinted moisturizer, Kiehl’s musk lotion and Escentric Molecules fragrances.

Do you have any daily rituals that you can’t live without? My coffee in the morning, my exercise routine and my cold beer at the end of the day.

What has been the most exciting part of your career so far?  I think probably starting Lucky Magazine. It was the most successful launch in Conde Nast history—I  think because it tapped into something that was lacking in fashion publishing. It really spoke to women who loved clothes and shopping, but weren’t into being preached to by the likes of Vogue. It was really something new and exciting and positive when it came out.

As a woman who has achieved so much, how important has the support of other women been to your career? It’s been all about that! For instance, when I was at Sassy and the receptionist (it was my first job out of college), Mary Clarke, who was the creative director, hired me to work in the fashion and beauty department—really a dream come true. Then when Sassy folded Annemarie Iverson, who was at Haper’s Bazaar at the time, took a chance and hired me as a fashion writer/editor which wasn’t really done back then. I had no experience with fancy women’s magazines! Also, Kim France was very encouraging at Lucky. I’ve been lucky (no pun intended!)

Who has been most inspirational to you in your work and life? I’d say my mom. She was a successful executive/creative director in advertising.

What advice would you give to other women you wish someone would have told you? There isn’t a secret to success that everyone is in on that you’re not. In other words, of course there is room for learning, but just be confident that not everyone always knows better than you. Learn to trust your instincts.

Springtime Veggies

Spring is in full swing and your trip to the grocery may feel less familiar than it usually does seeing that certain vegetables are either plentiful or non-existent. To ensure you eat the best of the best, we want to remind you which spring veggies should be enjoyed this season and what benefits they reap.

The Radish

Unassuming, this member of the mustard family can be found as red, purple or black. Red-skinned radishes are the most popular (and our favorite), but you can also find daikon radishes, which have a milder flavor than the red-skinned. Just 20 calories, one cup of radishes will do the trick for a light snack and will serve an excellent source of vitamin C. It’s also brimming with calcium and potassium.

The Beet

These red gems contain betaine, the same substance that is used in certain treatments of depression while also containing trytophan, which creates a sense of well-being, which relaxes the mind–similar to chocolate. In addition, beets serve as a tonic for the liver, which purifies the blood. AND on top of it all, tastes delicious.

The Carrot

A common ingredient with your hummus, carrots will start appearing in early May and is an excellent source of beta-carotene (a powerful antioxidant that helps maintain eyesight and protect against heart disease and certain forms of cancer). Carrots are also chock-full of potassium, fiber and vitamins K and C. And although you are used to the orange ones, we suggest trying the puple, yellow and white ones to mix it up. Benefits are the same, taste slightly different!

The Spinach 

With so many greens to choose from, we hope you go for the spinach this season. Spring and fall are the peak seasons for this popular leafy green. Just one cup of this magic is twice the recommended daily amount of vitamin K. It’s also packed with vitamin A and provides plenty of vitamin C, folate and manganese as well.


photo cred: Pinterest


Break The Habits

A new month, a new beginning to remind yourself, your skin needs protecting, so here are some tips to refresh your mind with as you step into the new Spring Season and how breaking your habits can make all the difference.



Washing too much

If your skin is dry skin, try and lather up less often, since doing so strips away natural oils. A creamy or oil-based cleanser at night (they’re gentler on dry skin) is best to use and be sure to rinse with just water when you wake up. (This way, you’ll retain more of your own moisturizing oils). Side note: removing make up will always be key in keeping your skin in the best condition.

Turn the TV off

Bright screens have the power to suppress melatonin, a hormone that makes us sleepy and regulates our circadian rhythms. When melatonin levels decrease, your circadian rhythm gets thrown off which make your skin cells work inefficiently, causing more wrinkles and dullness over time. And because sleep is also important when it comes to keeping your skin healthy, try and wind down by reading a book or meditating.

Tell us about your pillow

Speaking of sleep, what kind of pillow do you sleep on? Believe it or not, but our pillows collect oil, dead skin cells, bacteria, and excess night creams so as we toss and turn, all of that is deposited right into our pores. Tip: change your pillowcases at least once a week and also be sure to swap out the regular cotton version for something smoother, like satin, silk, or Egyptian cotton. Rough pillowcases can actually cause wrinkles.

 In moderation, your favorite things: alcohol and sugar

Unfortunately, consuming too much sugar, salt, caffeine, and alcohol will show on your face.  Take alcohol, a huge dehydrator and inflamer for your skin. This will consequently make your skin dull and blotchy. In addition, try and avoid sugary foods since they break down collagen and elastin in the skin which can and will produce wrinkles.

Last but not least…

This is often overlooked, but be sure to get your moles check each year. If you’re forgetful, schedule it near events you’ll remember, like your anniversary or birthday. No matter how thorough you may be when examining your own skin, mole checks are nonnegotiable. A little effort for a lot of cause.



Photo for Elle Sweden, by Andreas Ohlund

Latest Obsession: Chia Seeds

Chia Seeds are a super food that you should know about! When your cells are nourished, your skin glows. These little black seeds are the highest natural source of omega-3s, a type of fatty acid that benefits your skin by helping to strengthen cell membranes’ barriers that allow water and nutrients in while keeping toxins out.


To help you get into our current Chia craze, here are two great recipes. One that will benefit your internal health and for consumption, the other, an application recipe to benefit your skin!

Vanilla Chia Pudding, makes one serving. 

2 tablespoons chia seeds

1/2 cup coconut milk

1/8 teaspoon vanilla extract

a pinch of salt

1 tablespoon honey


In a small bowl or jar combine the first four ingredients. Give it a good stir and refrigerate for at least one hour. After the first thirty minutes give the mixture a stir, so it doesn’t clump together. Once you’re ready to eat, stir in the honey (add more if you don’t think it’s sweet enough) and top with your favorite fruit or chopped nuts.

Chia seed face scrub

1/2 cup coconut oil

1 tbsp lemon juice

2 tbsp chia seeds


Mix the ingredients together before applying to a damp face. Allow the mixture to set for two minutes before using a wet washcloth to remove. Splash cold water on your face when you’ve finished.

Jan Thoughts: The Oscars

From time to time, we will be sharing a quick thought from our founder, January Olds. To kick off this introductory series, what better way than to talk about the magic that is the Oscars? Here are some glitzy thoughts:


This last Sunday, most circled around their television to watch the annually celebrated Oscars. Whether a movie lover or a fashionista,  I know I loved watching the Oscars because of it’s overall presentation of both beauty and talent. Strangely enough, it’s a time a year I pay extra close attention to skin; yep, of course; I just can’t help it.

A woman who caught my eye specifically was Cate Blanchett. I love her in general for her brilliant acting and presence on film but couldn’t help notice how stunning she was (AND WITH BARELY ANY MAKE UP!)

Cate BlanchettI think that it just proves our philosophy at January Labs… less is more.

Lets perhaps take note from the lovely Cate who has inspired others (and me) in so many ways. Whether it in the media and striving to be a positive influence to women, or it’s the effortless style and poise she so displayed especially a couple nights ago, may we be women who strive and focus on the kind of beauty that is just that. Let’s not try and look younger over looking good and healthy for our age. And let’s remember that beauty is from within–with or without an Oscar in your hand.



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