The Skin I Live In.


A series that explores the question: What does it mean to be comfortable in your own skin?

~ Katrina Louise [London based Model / Performance Artist / Photographer]

“I’ve always had to wear a lot of makeup for work, so for me getting dressed up was when I felt beautiful”.

“As I’ve gotten older I’ve respected my body and my skin more, seen so many improvements and feel like I’ve finally found the perfect balance of internal and external care”.

“Having happy skin means when the makeup comes off at the end of the day, that’s now when I feel fresh and beautiful”.

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