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  Portraits by Steven Pan. Details and office courtesy of Violette.via Inside/Out    Press:   INSIDE/OUT    I/O: Where can our community find you?    V:  In real life: at  Hortus Nailworks ,  New York Pilates  or  Sel Rrose . Online on my  Instagram  and my  YouTube  channel.

Portraits by Steven Pan. Details and office courtesy of Violette.via Inside/Out

Press: INSIDE/OUT

I/O: Where can our community find you? 
V: In real life: at Hortus NailworksNew York Pilates or Sel Rrose. Online on my Instagram and my YouTube channel.

 
    Press:   Harper's Bazaar     Before becoming  Estée Lauder 's Global Beauty Director,  Violette  was already known for her epic makeup skills and French It-Girl status. Having a knack for creating bold looks that never overpower, the beauty guru definitely knows a thing or two about effortless beauty. Here, we spent the day with her from morning photoshoots to post-work drinks, to get her ultimate beauty secrets.      Follow along with Violette on  YouTube  and  Instagram   .    Special Thanks:    Hortus Nailworks     Photoshoot:  Into The Gloss  with Tom Newton

 

Press: Harper's Bazaar

Before becoming Estée Lauder's Global Beauty Director, Violette was already known for her epic makeup skills and French It-Girl status. Having a knack for creating bold looks that never overpower, the beauty guru definitely knows a thing or two about effortless beauty. Here, we spent the day with her from morning photoshoots to post-work drinks, to get her ultimate beauty secrets.

 

Follow along with Violette on YouTube and Instagram.

Special Thanks: Hortus Nailworks

Photoshoot: Into The Gloss with Tom Newton

  Press:  VOGUE    Tucked away in one of downtown Manhattan’s bustling corridors is Hortus Nailworks, the city’s most tranquil nail salon. The brainchild of Jane MacColla, the shop offers cutting-edge organic, nontoxic, and small-batch products that allow clients to enjoy being pampered without worrying about harmful chemicals. Sugaring services, which feature food-grade materials, offer a gentle and effective alternative to waxing. With its earthy-chic aesthetic—reclaimed wood, potted plants, down-tempo jazz—and expert nail artists, the space is designed to rejuvenate visitors inside and out.

Press: VOGUE

Tucked away in one of downtown Manhattan’s bustling corridors is Hortus Nailworks, the city’s most tranquil nail salon. The brainchild of Jane MacColla, the shop offers cutting-edge organic, nontoxic, and small-batch products that allow clients to enjoy being pampered without worrying about harmful chemicals. Sugaring services, which feature food-grade materials, offer a gentle and effective alternative to waxing. With its earthy-chic aesthetic—reclaimed wood, potted plants, down-tempo jazz—and expert nail artists, the space is designed to rejuvenate visitors inside and out.

 
 Press:  Garance Dore   "Then one day I went to one of my favorite salons,  Hortus , in New York and they started talking to me about sugaring. I know I know, everyone already knows about it. But I’d never had it done before. "  full article available  here

Press: Garance Dore

"Then one day I went to one of my favorite salons, Hortus, in New York and they started talking to me about sugaring.
I know I know, everyone already knows about it. But I’d never had it done before. "

full article available here

 photo: eneida cardona   Press:  Conde Nast Traveler    With its exposed brick walls, reclaimed wood details and lush greenery dotting the window frames, cozy nail salon  Hortus Nailworks  serves as an inviting respite from the hustle and bustle of its surrounding Lower East Side neighborhood. Stop in for one of their streamlined manicures (aptly named “the New Yorker”) and opt for the high-shine buff ($15) if you want to skip out on the drying time of polish. Hortus also specializes in sugaring ($15-$165), a hypoallergenic, all-natural alternative to waxing that’s great for all hair textures and even the most sensitive of skin types—perfect for clearing up any unwanted peach fuzz and being on your way without any lingering redness.  The following is placeholder text known as “lorem ipsum,” which is scrambled Latin used by designers to mimic real copy. Donec eu est non lacus lacinia semper. Phasellus sodales massa malesuada tellus fringilla, nec bibendum tellus blandit. Phasellus sodales massa malesuada tellus fringilla, nec bibendum tellus blandit.

photo: eneida cardona

Press: Conde Nast Traveler

With its exposed brick walls, reclaimed wood details and lush greenery dotting the window frames, cozy nail salon Hortus Nailworks serves as an inviting respite from the hustle and bustle of its surrounding Lower East Side neighborhood. Stop in for one of their streamlined manicures (aptly named “the New Yorker”) and opt for the high-shine buff ($15) if you want to skip out on the drying time of polish. Hortus also specializes in sugaring ($15-$165), a hypoallergenic, all-natural alternative to waxing that’s great for all hair textures and even the most sensitive of skin types—perfect for clearing up any unwanted peach fuzz and being on your way without any lingering redness.

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