And if you are a beauty enthusiast, then its likely that you can rattle off a list of the brands other most popular products, many of which have also achieved cult-like status (were looking at you, Jungle Red ). But what even the biggest lipstick devotee might not be as familiar with is the story of Francois Nars, the legendary makeup artist and creator of NARS. Thats because Nars the man does his best work behind the scenes, whether its backstage at fashion week (where hes been a fixture since the late 90s), snapping photos for his own campaigns or most recently, penning a beautiful new photo-autobiography book, Francois Nars , which features defining moments and images from his career. We sat down with the multi-talented man himself and asked him about everything from how he names his products to what its like working with the worlds biggest supermodels and stars. View photos Nars Cosmetics More Youre known for having fun with your product names. How do you come up with them? I never stop thinking about names of products. Its a process that happens 24 hours a day. I keep an agenda next to me and in the middle of the night I will wake up and write [down] names.
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What I couldnt have known was what an incredible, life-changing experience the journey to the start line has been. Who cares what happens over the 26.2 mile course, given everything that has been achieved in the run up to it? Heads Together was set up by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry to change the conversation about mental health. But actually, it has created a conversation about mental health, one in which everyone from footballers to new mums has found themselves publicly talking about the stuff in their heads. It has been the most wonderful thing to witness and the most extraordinary thing to be part of, this process of people turning huge negatives into massive positives. Wise Course For Selection Interview Secrets Around The UkI was over the moon when Heads Together became one of the Telegraphs Christmas charities. The response we have had from readers has been so phenomenal that at the beginning of this year, in a soulless meeting room in Victoria, a group of senior Telegraph executives (and me), made a commitment to create a permanent area on the Telegraphs website dedicated to everything related to mental health. Changing Minds is the result of that: a one-stop shop for advice, articles and a comprehensive list of crisis numbers. Mad World is my little contribution to it, a podcast that I hope will allow people to talk about their mental health in much the same way in which we do the football scores down the pub. The medium seemed so perfect to me: warm, intimate, in your head.
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