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Zazie Beetz has a moment. The Emmy-nominated actress has not only thrilled us with her appearance in FX Atlanta and on the big screen in hoaxBut her red carpet fashion and beauty look have been some of our favorites in recent times. Whether she wears over-sized box braids or a bold metallic eye, Beetz (who was also the October cover star of Who What Wear) does not seem to miss a beat in the step-and-repeat.
Apart from her glamorous Hollywood appearances, the actress is not afraid to talk about her commitment to a greener lifestyle. Considering its minimalist approach to off-duty beauty, Beetz's recent partnership with the non-toxic skin care brand True Botanicals is all about the brand. Together with fellow actors Laura Dern and Olivia Wilde, Beetz began working with the Clean Beauty Disruptor as part of his Truth Revealed campaign to educate consumers about the importance of purity and effectiveness in their products.
"I liked their approach of conserving the environment and obtaining sustainable, non-toxic ingredients," says Beetz on Who What Wear. Apart from their favorite True Botanicals product, Clear Pure Radiance Oil ($ 110), the entire Beetz range appeals. "I feel that what they are creating really matches what I believe in," she said. "Businesses should approach their businesses and think of the environment and the consumer, which is the direction our beauty industry should take."
When it comes to removing toxic elements from their beauty routine, Beetz also takes care of the behaviors that lead to an unhealthy self-image, such as avoiding the harmful chemicals that occur in our products over and over again. We interviewed the actress to get her perspective on all things beauty, skincare, self care and more. Keep scrolling to eliminate poisonous beauty treatment products and practices, and to feel beautiful on your own skin.
"I've made a lot of make-up in my daily life, and I think that's from a place where I have to be okay at the base of everything. I can play with make-up and I can play with my hair in different ways, but in the end it's more important to be alone in a room I do not care about. If I have this basic security, I can also have more fun with make-up or more fun with hair, because I do not see it as a necessity or feel the need to hide something. "
"I love moisturizing cocoa butter on my skin and my body, and I love the Pure Radical Body Oil from True Botanicals, which is so caring and great for my skin, I only prefer the use of oils and moisturizers on an oil basis instead of lotion, I like how it feels on my skin. "
"It's always important to me that my skin looks very natural and not too cake-like. I honestly prefer not to wear any foundations. When I make myself, I usually do not wear it. I tend to break out when I'm on set because I wear make-up for 14 hours a day. It's a lot, and you're sweating and doing all that stuff. It's just the perfect storm for it. "
"I despise make-up remover wipes, I find them incredibly irritating and just does not like them. If my make-up is hard to remove, I'll just go in with oil to wash it off. And that just ruins everything for me."
"I am by no means 100% clean in my life, I would like to be vegan, waste free and with no CO2 emissions, but I do not and I do not, but I'll try." I massively reduce my animal consumption. I carry a fork and a knife and a spoon and straw with me everywhere to avoid plastic versions of these things. I always carry a bag with me. I try it, but I & # 39; I am also a person living in today's society and it is really hard to just live your life. I strive, and I think it's about everyone trying hard, "