2 posts tagged "Mally Roncal"
Dermalogica products have always been the equivalent of a skincare safety net for me—I know that even when I have driven my complexion to the point of no return by test-driving a plethora of new lotions and potions, I can always count on them to restore order and balance. And Dermalogica’s best endorsement may just come from Annet King, the brand’s director of global education. The British-born California resident is, as anyone who has had the distinct pleasure of meeting her can attest, a virtual wellspring of skincare information. She has always had a snappy response for any and all of my complexion queries, of which there have been many over the years. Here, Dermalogica’s in-house guru dishes about her favorite beautifying people and places (most are close to her Culver City home—”I am a total locavore and believe in minimizing travel time on the L.A. freeways, biking if possible, especially on the weekends, and, of course, supporting local businesses,” she says), and shares the details of her own daily routine…did I mention she has ridiculously amazing skin?
THE REGULAR TREATMENT: Dermalogica on Montana
“I believe in healthy, super-clean, hydrated skin. I can’t live without Dermalogica on Montana, and a few times a year I’ll get the full skin treatment with foot reflex touch therapy, but when time is short, the twenty-minute MicroZone Treatments are my savior. All the staff is superb—they are the most well-trained, educated skin therapists on the planet!”
See dermalogica.com for information.
THE GO-TO DERM: Dr. Joshua Wieder
“For medical skin issues, I rely on Dr. Joshua Wieder. He’s so patient and professional, and one of the most respected dermatologists around. He also appreciates the role and work of a skin therapist, and refers many of his patients to our spaces.”
See wiederderm.com for information.
THE RE-ALIGNER: Dr. Robert Pomahac
“With the amount of travel I do and flights I take (not to mention my passion for high heels), I could not live without a regular adjustment from my friend and chiropractor Dr. Robert Pomahac. He views the body very differently and does not just crack your back! He incorporates physiotherapy, provides strengthening exercises to do at your desk, and gives you tips on how you should sit while you’re driving, etc. He has the best advice to suit your busy lifestyle.”
See maxhealthla.com for information.
Alaïa, the fragrance and cosmetics line; it’s coming! [WWD]
Interested in Beyoncé’s inauguration beauty secrets? That’d be hair color by Rita Hazan, nails courtesy of NCLA Nail Lacquer in I’m With the Band, and makeup by Mally Roncal. “The Star-Spangled Banner” has never looked, er, sounded so good. [Glamour]
Speaking of the inauguration, Michelle Obama’s newly cut fringe was the talk of the festivities yesterday, but the style’s approval rating skyrocketed on Sunday, when the president himself weighed in. “To address the most significant event of the weekend, I love her bangs,” Obama said. [USA Today]
The fashion shows won’t be the only attraction for members of the fashion tribe en route to Paris for the Fall collections next month. MAC has announced the opening of a new Paris flagship, the first such store outside of the United States, which will open on February 20. [NYDN]