Style Profile: Denice Duff, Actress, Photographer, and Founder of In Your Face Skincare

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Denice is an inspiring woman, with being an actress, director, photographer and now the founder of the New Cult Beauty Brand, In Your face Skincare, she’s reinvented herself time-and-again proving that you can have a family and a career that produces results, anti-aging results that helps women look and feel their best without using harsh chemicals on their skin.

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Denice has been busy with new formulations to add to her already successful skincare brand, but found time to answer a few questions.

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Fashion icon: Audrey Hepburn. Because she made everything work, fashion-wise. She had such a sparkly personality, she was lovely in heels, she was lovely in a pants suit and likewise, lovely in a ballgown.

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And you didn’t notice the clothes, you just still always noticed HER. They were an extension of her. They were a part of her. They effortlessly made sense. 

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Last piece of clothing you purchased before the Pandemic: A flowy maxi dress in Dubai. It was on sale for $32. It’s a long sleeve, muted Indian floral pattern maxi dress. It was very pandemic friendly because it was very comfortable and simple but it makes everybody happy when I wear it. It’s one of the most complementary dresses I’ve bought. 

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Last book read: Do audio books count? It was “Saturday’s Child: A Daughter’s Memoir”. Having lost my mom two years ago, it was consoling to dive into that. 

Favorite Restaurant: Mozza in LA. Their burrata made me cry and made me wonder why I’m living in the USA and not Italy.

6602 Melrose Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90038
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If you could live in any piece of clothing what would it be: Linen pants with pockets and a thin oversized gray sweatshirt….with well-worn leather sandals ….and plenty of my favorite boho  jewelry.

Source of Inspiration: My music list and texting friends if they need any help. If I’m not feeling on fire, I’m probably not doing enough so I reach out to friends and see if they need anything and that fuels my own tank. And also cooking. Cooking heals a lot of wounds for me.

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Describe your beauty routine: I do a fruit enzyme exfoliation 4 times a week. My skin really LOVES this! I’m also a fan of oils. I love dewy naked skin. And I only put concealer on just where I need it – under my eyes and a few dots around my nose. A dot of lip and cheek tint and a few swipes of mascara. 

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As a photographer I love naked skin on women’s faces. I was also a makeup artist for many years. I did some of the sparsest makeup for my female clients and they always said it was the best they ever looked. 

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Why is clean beauty important: Because what we put on our skin does go into our body and the effects of these synthetic and toxic ingredients may not take a toll within a year or two but I want to be a great-grandmother and it’s just another essential step in staying healthy.

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I don’t think anyone would really expect to eat McDonald’s and Twinkies every day of their life and expect to remain healthy so I like to apply that discipline to my skincare. Like my Italian great-grandmother said to me, “A healthy inside is a healthy outside”. 

Here’s to running around chic with healthy glowing skin! To learn more about In Your Face Skincare .

@InYourfaceSkincare on Instagram.

Published by Anita Rivas

Founder, Writer& Editor of www.citygirlinredlipstick.com and www.mylifeinbeauty.com - you can also find me on www.examiner.com

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