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Camille Sejr * PR Coordinator

Copenhagener & PR Coordinator at Vero Moda, tells all about great hair, leaving nursing school and ending right back in the  fashion scene…

 

What are you doing for the time being?

I just stopped at nursing school. I’d been studying for a year but for the past few months, I’ve had a bad gut feeling. I talked to an amazing student counsellor and she helped me figure out that I should stop studying. I’d actually considered taking a leave of absence but I decided to stop it altogether. Afterwards, I was so relieved! I can always return at some point. But it felt wrong and in those cases, it’s important to shut the door completely. To make room for new doors to open. Shortly after, I was fortunately offered the job as PR Coordinator at Vero Moda. So now I’m in charge of Vero Moda’s showroom in Copenhagen. I take care of lending out the newest collections to fashion magazines and stylists. I also work a day or two a week as sales assistant at Isabel Marant. For the last few years, I’ve been working at Isabel Marant after school. It’s actually quite funny; I’d sworn that I’d never work with fashion. But, strangely enough, I always end up in the fashion industry.

 

What are your skin care routines?

I try to keep my routines very simple but during the last year my skin has started to react with a few impurities. I’ve gone through all my teenage years with the most beautiful skin. And now after my teens, I’ve started getting impurities. For a while, I tried a lot of different new products and that’s probably part of the reason. So now I’m back to using the two products that worked before my skin started acting up. It’s a light face cream Effaclar Duo and Purifying Foaming Gel from La Roche-Posay. I also have two scrub masks from Rudolph Care and Aesop. I use those once or twice a week. If I have wounds or scars from impurities, I dab some Vitamin E and Arnica oil from Urtegården on. That starts the healing process.

 

Do you use make-up?

To put a natural veil on my skin, I use Perfect Hydrating BB Cream from Shiseido. Then I put on a fine layer of Studio Fix powder. It’s good at covering impurities. Much better than a concealer. On my cheeks, I use bronzer from Mac. I never use mascara because my lashes are naturally thick and dark. My ultimate make-up tip is to apply vaseline on your eye lid. It gives a lovely shiny effect. It’s a good tip, especially for those of us who don’t wear mascara or eyeshadow. Because it isn’t greasy or turns black. I also use a highlighter stick from Glossier on my cheekbones and sometimes on my eye lids.

 

Which make-up do you use when going out?

The only difference from my everyday make-up is that I dab a bit of extra colour on my lips. When I was in New York a few weeks ago, I found a lipstick which perfectly fits my needs. It’s Generation G Sheer Matte Lipstick from Glossier. It’s berry shaded, as if you’d bitten your lip or had just eaten raspberries. A lip that is really drawn up doesn’t look good on me but this lipstick is very beautiful.

 

What do you about your brows?

I use a transparent Brow gel from H&M.

 

How about your nails?

I love bright red nails. The nicest red polish is Aperitif from Essie. That’s the one, I’m wearing today. Lotus Rouge and Rouge Noir from Chanel are also nice. They are darker and more rock and look nice on your feet in summertime.

 

Do you use perfume?

No. But my hair always smells nice from shampoo, conditioner, and hair oils. That’s enough for me. I use Lancôme’s Bocage Déodorant. There’s probably all kinds of harsh things in it, but it’s the only deodorant that works for me.

 

What do you do with your hair?

My hair is quite thick and wavy, it always looks like I’ve just been at the beach. Probably also because I never blow-dry it. I always let it air-dry unless it’s freezing cold outside. It looks more natural and wavy when it air-dries. I recently had my ends lightened a bit which also makes it beachier. I think it turned out really nice but at the same time it made my hair quite dry. So I probably won’t do that again. Maybe I’ll try a lightening spray this summer. I use Silkeprotein Shampoo and Conditioner from Matas and crunches in a hair oil from either Redken or Moroccan Oil in the ends. The trick is to leave the hair to dry a bit indoor. It becomes a bit too frizzy and big if it’s directly exposed to the elements.

 

 

Text & Photography Liv Winther for Wash Your Face

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