C’est l’année d’Emmanuelle Bercot ! Après être venue présenter son film «La Tête Haute» diffusé pour l’ouverture du Festival de Cannes, l’actrice-réalisatrice française a monté dimanche une dernière fois les marches de la Croisette pour venir recevoir le Prix d’interprétatoin féminine.

Elle a été récompensée pour sa prestation dans «Mon Roi» de Maïwen. Elle participe ainsi au joli palmarès français lors ce 68e Festival de Cannes.

C’est dans une belle robe noire, avec un maquillage lumineux et naturel qu’Emmanuelle Bercot est venue recevoir son prix des mains de Tahar Rahim. «Ce prix, je veux dire à Maïwenn qu’il récompense son audace, son sens aigu de la liberté, son anticonformisme. Après «Polisse», elle pouvait viser les plus hautes sphères, avoir les plus grandes actrices. Et non, elle a choisi une inconnue de 46 ans pour être son actrice», a-t-elle déclaré, émue.

Depuis les premières marches cannoises jusqu’à la cérémonie de clôture l’actrice a pu sublimer les tapis rouge avec l’aide de Guerlain. A 47 ans, l’actrice illuminait la scène avec une mise en beauté signé Coral Clark pour la marque parisienne.

Base :
Le nouveau soin Météorites Oxygène

Le teint :
Precious light, enlumineur rajeunissant, teinte 01
Lingerie de Peau, fond de teint fluide, 03 Beige Naturel
Terracotta Joli Teint Poudre Duo Bonne Mine, 02 Naturel Blondes
Rose aux Joues, 01 Peach Boy

Les lèvres :
Le Stylo Lèvres, 44 Bois de Santal
KissKiss, 363 Fabulous Rose

Les yeux :
Khôl Me Kajal, noir
Ecrin 6 Couleurs, 68 Champs-Elysées
Le Crayon Sourcils, 01 Brun Idéal
Mascara noir Cils d’Enfer So Volume











Photographer: Sarah Maingot                                      Make up Coral Clark

Transparent, translucent, maximum coverage , touche éclat is the make-up artist’s best friend. In a few strokes you can make wonders. With you touche éclat brush tip just paint and follow your dark  shadow line under your eye and blend with your finger. Touche éclat has got macro shimmery parts that reflect the light like mini mirrors, this is why you don’t need much. It throws back the light and gives the impression that your dark circles are neutralised. It also works for enhancing and sculpting. Less is more, sometimes it is best to make one part disappear to reveal and uncover another. See on image above how by putting a little touch in the eye corner I covered the circles and just with a little powder made the rest of the skin still breathe and then by just  adding a little color to the cheeks brought the whole thing to life.

baguette magique




To meditate you have to train your mind, in the same way that to be fit you have to train your body. There are many meditation techniques.

Like anything practice makes perfect.

It’s extremely difficult for a beginner to sit for hours and think of nothing or have an “empty mind.” The easiest way to start is by focusing the breath. Really meditation is concentration, mindfulness is also a form of concentration. When one is fully concentrated one is in the present moment and that in itself is a form of meditation.
The concentration meditation technique involves focusing on a single point. This could be listening to your breath, repeating one single word over and over again, focusing on looking at a candle flame, or finding on spot on the floor and staring at it. Since focusing the mind is not that easy, a beginner might meditate for only a few minutes and then work up to longer time.
Make no effort to control the breath; simply breathe naturally.
Focus your attention on the breath and on how the body moves with each inhalation and exhalation. Notice the movement of your body as you breathe. Observe your chest, shoulders, rib cage and belly. Make no effort to control your breath; simply focus your attention. If your mind wanders, simply return your focus back to your breath. Maintain this meditation practice for 2–3 minutes to start, and then try it for longer periods.
If relaxation is not the goal of meditation, it is often one result of it. Since then, studies on the relaxation response have documented the following short-term benefits to the nervous system:


• lower blood pressure
• improved blood circulation
• lower heart rate
• less perspiration
• slower respiratory rate
• less anxiety
• lower blood cortisol levels
• more feelings of well-being
• less stress
• deeper relaxation




After a week of long days running around shows, presentations, openings, dinners and parties at the Fashion week in Paris, I felt exhausted. Going back to everyday life, my work routine, I needed a shot of new energy. When listening to your body, some small signs : need of coffee and sugar, sleep calls during the day…can reveal that the metabolism is not functioning properly and that it is time for a pause to get back on track for a healthier lifestyle! I heard about cold press detox juices through a friend and I felt that I had to have a try at this Nubio cures!

Claire Nouy and Gabrielle Rotger go around Paris riding their bikes, love quality food, practice yoga and are two young entrepreneurs! Nubio started a year ago, the key to their success is a mix of very fresh vegetable and fruits, good recipes and amazing taste! Before starting a cure you should prepare your body and mind by stopping tea, caffeine, gluten and refined sugar. Nubio even recommends the “Green me up” blog with tones of detox recipes! The juices are freshly pressed every morning in the Atelier (11th), recipes change according to the season and delivered at your door (you can also pick them up at the Courrege café in Paris).


At 9am my Nubio box was delivered at my door, I started with the “NOUVEAU DEPART”.

The New start cure is based of Pink, Orange, yellow & green juices, 4 different recipes and tastes to drink though out the day. +++ I have to say, the packaging and service is amazing In my box: 4 Juices of 500ml numbered for each period of the day 2 small comfort juices, one lemon & chai and a almond juice 5 cacao almonds 6 straws 2 little companion sheets A 500ml juice is worth a 1KG of fruits and vegetables, the idea is to masticate the juices, this way drinking is like having a meal and vitamins go straight into the body! Here are the ingredients:

1- Pear, carrot, coconut water, lemon, curcuma

2- Apple, fennel, spinach, parsley, lime

3- Carrot, orange, celery, lemon, nigelle

4- Fennel, apple, carrots, violett carrot, beet-root, lemon, gingembre

Elixir : Lemon, lime, maple sirup, seeds, mineral water

Petite Douceur : Almonds, dattes, himalayan salts

A detox is not a diet, it is a digestive break that brings you clean energy! I thought that I would be starving, with 4 juices in one day and a few little almond juice breaks the day goes by in a wink! Small advice though, when drinking only juices you should be having a quite evening!


I woke up with a clear head and new energy. I usually have trouble feeling awake before a strong coffee, funnily enough to stop digesting for 24 hours really feels like you are giving your body a break. As soon as I work up I started the “INTENSE CURE”, the difference with the “NOUVEAU DEPART” is that the juices are all green, they contain less calories (1220Kal) and the tastes are relatively the same from one juice to the other. Starting the day with the Lemon “Elixir” !


1- Cucumber, spinach, pear, celery, lime, sage

2- Apples/fennel/parsley/lime,rosemary

3- Spinach, white carrots, cucumber, lemon, stinging nettles, nigelle

4- Spinach, pear,kale,coconut water, parsley, lemon

Elixir : Lemon, lime, seeds, mapple sirup, mineral water

Petite Douceur : Mineral water, amonds, dattes, vanilla, himalayan salts

When the cure is finished, you should follow the Nubio guide to slowly start eating again, with healthy habits. Eat many seasonal vegetables and fruits, diminish coffee and alcohol and refined sugar.

So Start Fresh : http://www.nubio.fr/





COOL As a state of mind

P1020190In Marseille on the top of the building of the cite Radieuse one of Le Corbusier’s master architectural piece, is a museum that was put together by the French designer Ora Ito. The exhibition that are held in this space are spectacular, in the summer there was Buren who had designed an exhibition especially for this space and now there is Cool as a state of mind. When you walk in the atmosphere  remind us of sunny beaches and layed back California or other beach resorts.

COOL / As a State of Mind
14.02. — 26.04.2015
Centre d’art de la Cité Radieuse
280 Boulevard Michelet
13008 Marseille, France
Heures d’ouverture
Du mercredi au dimanche
11H à 18H
Infos pratiques
Curated by Charlotte Cosson & Emmanuelle Luciani. Du 14 février au 26 avril 2015 au MAMO – Centre d’art de la Cité Radieuse.
Avec : Mike Kelley, Aaron Curry, Alan Fertil & Damien Teixidor, Urs Fischer, Estrid Lutz & Emile Mold, Paul McCarthy, Sterling Ruby, Joel Kyack, Rachel de Joode, Josh Atlas, David Horvitz, Ed Ruscha, Pipilotti Rist, Steciw/de Joode, Aoto Oouchi, Dwyer Kilcollin, Gaëlle Choisne.
Cool is first a cliché: wet hair, youth, the beach
Cool glides on a wave and changes according to the rhythm of time. COOL is a specific attitude that history can trace back to 3000 year before Jesus-Christ among the African population Yoruba and Igbo, and other regions of the continent. The slave trade continued this attitude of detachment, it then became popular among afro-american jazzmen from the beginning of the XX century. What we now call modern COOL developed at a merging period among american youth via a unanimously worshipped icon Elvis. COOL will thereafter include a notion of style and external appearance and will become as fundamental as the search for freedom against community social standards, whether sexual or political . The detachment and the nomadism of the beat generation embodied its self visually at Woodstock. Soon after a side market developed which is very quickly taken over by advertising. COOL is then marketed, each part of it is absorbed little by little, and even though the styles  change continuously : hippie, punk, hip-hop, grunge etc. the paradox is that by wanting to go against capitalism  cool followers favour the acceleration and the radicalisation embracing the process of the cultural revolution.