The ac­tor and face of Joy, the new­est fra­grance from Dior, keeps it low-main­te­nance

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Jennifer Lawrence.

FRA­GRANCE FAM­ILY LE­GACY: “The scent my mom al­ways wore was Miss Dior.that was my first smell of per­fume, so Dior has been in my nos­trils since I was a child. And it’s so weird that I have my own fra­grance now!”

CRE­ATIVE VI­SION: “About eight months ago or so, I went to Paris to visit the lab­o­ra­tory with François [Demachy, Dior’s per­fumer-cre­ator]. He had been car­ry­ing around the scent for about a year and ad­ding to it. So I got to smell all the dif­fer­ent in­gre­di­ents, and it was just such a cool ex­pe­ri­ence. I had no idea what went into mak­ing a per­fume. It’s also fas­ci­nat­ing how one note will smell one way, and then when you pair it with an­other it smells com­pletely dif­fer­ent.” SIG­NA­TURE SCENT: “I like that Joy is not too strong; it’s very airy. It’s flo­ral with a hint of san­dal­wood, and I think it’s mod­ern but clas­sic. It just seems to be kind of open and not over­whelm­ing, which is the num­ber-one thing I don’t like about per­fumes.”


BROW MUST: “My grandma told me I need to pay closer at­ten­tion to my eye­brows at one point, so I now do.” FRESH-FACED: “If I don’t have an event, I nor­mally don’t wear makeup. Since I of­ten get it done pro­fes­sion­ally, I’m prob­a­bly bet­ter off stay­ing away from my face. I have learnt noth­ing from the pros — ha!”

SKIN & HAIR SMOOTH MOVE: “I ex­fo­li­ate ev­ery night, and it re­ally doesn’t mat­ter what I use. You can kind of use any­thing grainy, so I change it up.” LESS IS MORE: “I have re­ally dry skin, so I use night cream, and I al­ways do this very thick mask. I can’t re­mem­ber the name of the brand, but it doesn’t smell very good!” SKIN­CARE PHI­LOS­O­PHY: “I think it’s im­por­tant to change up fa­cial prod­ucts, but I do use retinol un­der my night cream ev­ery night. It says not to use it ev­ery night, but I al­ways say, ‘Fuck it.’” SPF: “Dur­ing the day, I use sun­block. It doesn’t mat­ter what, but I al­ways make sure it has zinc in it.” EX­PERT OPIN­ION: “My fa­cial­ist is Ge­or­gia Louise in New York. I nor­mally just de­fer to her on ev­ery­thing.” TEX­TURE: “I’m so bad with hair! I have nat­u­rally curly hair, so of course I hate when it’s curly. I pre­fer to blow it out straight.” HAIR­STYLE: “Ri­awna Capri [at Nine Zero One in LA] did my cur­rent cut. I like it to look choppy and un­even.”

DIET & FIT­NESS MORN­ING ROU­TINE: “Cof­fee. Then I brush my teeth. Sun­block. Then put on con­cealer.take my dog [Pippi] to the park. Shower. And then I just put­ter around, re­ally. I watch CNN and yell at the news. I wish so badly that they could hear me.” SIM­PLE LIFE: “I re­ally wish I was bet­ter about health. I don’t take vi­ta­mins, and I eat like an 11-year-old or­phan. But I ex­er­cise! I do Pi­lates and I run.” PUPPY LOVE: “Pippi gets an oatmeal bath about once ev­ery three weeks.and she gets more ex­er­cise than Mom.” – As told to Erin Fla­herty

Dyson Su­per­sonic, $549 (with travel case).

Dior Diorskin For­ever Un­der­cover Con­cealer, $80.

Lawrence’s favourite form of ex­er­cise: Pi­lates.

Dior Joy eau de par­fum, $240 (90ml).

Cof­fee: Lawrence’s top pri­or­ity each morn­ing.

Ge­or­gia Louise Vi­ta­min A Serum, $176.

Lawrence keeps fit by run­ning.

Émi­nence Al­mond & Min­eral Treat­ment, $79.

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