Last June, after some hesitation, Natalie Simard switched up a look that perfectly suited her. Thanks to some beauty treatments and a new haircut, the hostess feels that the winds of renewal are blowing in her life. The stakes were high and the decision was full of emotions for the woman who chose authenticity towards herself and others. Natalie felt the need to make an external gesture whose internal effect would be noticeable. At the age of 53, the host feels alive again.
“I’ve wanted to wear short hair for a long time, but I hesitated because of my neck. As a result of my weight loss, my skin got a little tanned. In the end, I ended up convincing myself that I shouldn’t hold myself back from getting a short haircut because of it. I needed relief. It took an hour of my time to put my hair: brushingFlat iron, etc. Since my hair is short, it takes five minutes to dry it and that’s it! “It was a radical change for me,” the channel said in its interview on our pages.
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Michel Poirier is a hairdresser and works at the Interprète coiffure salon in Laval. It was he who did Natalie’s new look.
“The goal was to find a new, more modern look for him. For the color, I wanted something a bit more chic, more summery. I asked Natalie to find some inspiration and did the same exercise on my part. We had the same vision. Finally, the look is more relaxed and easier to maintain. The cut Even though her hair is short, Natalie can still wear four different hairstyles. For the pictures, I also did her makeup. I wanted it to be as natural as possible. I gave her some things for her lips and eyes, and it all comes together really well. She really is Natalie The new: presumptuous and bold. My goal is always the same: to give people a new look and make them as happy as possible…”, explained the hairstylist.
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Next edition of the magazine Simply Good With Natalie It will be about change and it will be on newsstands and on jemagazine.ca at the end of summer.
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