Kiara Advani feels that the concept of beauty is an inside-out approach. Bollywood’s rising star has repeatedly advocated being comfortable in your skin and accepting yourself for who you are. Beauty Her bottles should compliment who you are, especially when thoughtfully crafted for your daily skin and body care ritual. In fact, her Kiara Advani’s latest venture as Kimirca’s newest face is her homemade vegan personal care her brand, which coincidentally furthers her endeavor.in an exclusive chat with trendKiara Advani discusses her self-care ritual, evolving definition of beauty, sustainability, and her go-to beauty products.
Sonakshi Sharma: Beauty has evolved over the years and its definition is constantly changing, but what does that mean for you today?
Chiara Advani (KA): In my opinion, beauty is more about how you feel than how you look. For me, it means feeling at ease in my own skin. You can try or do almost anything without worrying about being judged, criticized, or educated, and you can have the confidence to admit who you are.
Definitions are constantly evolving, but I believe I’ve tried to live by the religious “less is more” maxim in all of my looks, my personality, and my appearance. My personal curation usually speaks more about my choices that make conscious decisions that are good for me and the world around me.
SS: Speaking of making conscious decisions, another growing theme and concern in the beauty industry is sustainability. what do you think about that?
We believe sustainable beauty is an important concept that involves creating environmentally friendly and ethically responsible products and practices. Includes recyclable packaging. It also means avoiding ingredients known to be harmful to the environment or animal testing.
By adopting sustainable beauty practices, we can help reduce the negative impact of the beauty industry on the environment and support the well-being of both people and the planet. Not only is it 100% vegan, cruelty-free and paraben-free, all of its formulations are plant-based, sustainable, and conscious.