5 minutes with Victoria Baron
PLACE OF BIRTH:
BEST BEAUTY ADVICE YOU’VE BEEN GIVEN?
Not to always go by “the rules”.
BEAUTY PRODUCTS YOU CANT’T LIVE WITHOUT?
Shu Umera Hair Oil, Portable Omnilux Machine, Chanel Lash Curler, Sunday Riley Good Genes Cream, CHANEL Les Beige Healthy Glow powder, Lanolips, A red lipstick, a nude lipstick and Mascara. Priori Coffee Berry Mask. And what ever cream l cant pronounce form Melanie Grants Clinic.
5 THINGS THAT ARE ALWAYS IN YOUR HANDBAG?
The First The Base Illuminator sample tube (sorry Lara l still have it).
A phone Charger and unfortunately not always my phone.
Lanolips - in what ever new delicious flavour they have.
BIGGEST INSPIRATION FOR YOUR BEAUTY?
The faces l work on and the people l get to meet.
WOMEN YOU MOST ADMIRE?
Theres a few women in my life that without knowing it light up the room. To be able to radiate positivity and share it with others is something special.
ADVICE YOU WOULD GIVE THE NEXT GENERATION OF WOMEN?
It's so important to want to look like yourself and not someone else. This is how style icons are made. There is something so powerful and inspiring about a women who knows she is just that.
WHAT QUALITIES IN WOMEN INSPIRE YOU?
Kindness, Strength and Honesty.
I LOOK FOR INSPIRATION IN?
Art and Nature. Flowers, coral, butterflies, fish, rock formations, crystals, I love finding colour combinations, textures and shape from Nature, she seems to always get things right.
WORK YOU ARE MOST PROUD OF?
I remember being 20 years old and giving up my career in Horse Riding to start a makeup course. Seven years later when l flew down to Melbourne with Vogue Magazine to shoot Black Caviar and Julia Nobis. Iconic hairstylist Eugine Solomon was on hair and “I can't believe i am working with” Jillian Davison styled the shoot. It was my first cover. It felt like the universe was smiling at me, super model and super horse.