We interview Emma Hoareau, the blogger, photographer and skincare expert.
Emma launched her blog Lolita Says So back in 2009 and since then has added beauty editor, photographer, Storm Models talent and content creator to her CV. We chatted to her about skincare and her thoughts on clean beauty, as well as how she turned content creation into a career and what she's doing to stay sane in lockdown.
Warning - sound quality on this one is a little dodgy - sorry guys! Connection was playing up.
Emma's instagram is incredibly aesthetically pleasing, check it out here - https://www.instagram.com/emmahoareau/
Lolita Says So - https://www.lolitasaysso.com/
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