Glorianna Vaschetto

Contributor

After a degree in languages, ,I've been working as a beauty and hair journalist for twenty years. With Ilenia Messina I founded www.bellezzalnaturale.it, a website dedicated to all those who want to share with us a new idea of beauty which is sustainable and green. For a constant and constructive dialogue with whom - like us - believes that a valid alternative is out there, healthier and more natural, to foster beauty respecting our bodies and the environment. Promoting this idea is gratifying, it's a chance to encourage change.

 

Favourite quote:

"I like people like me, who conserve their beauty in imperfections, in traces of non-conventionality" (Charles Bukowski)

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After a degree in languages, ,I've been working as a beauty and hair journalist for twenty years. With Ilenia Messina I founded www.bellezzalnaturale.it, a website dedicated to all those who want to share with us a new idea of beauty which is sustainable and green. For a constant and constructive dialogue with whom - like us - believes that a valid alternative is out there, healthier and more natural, to foster beauty respecting our bodies and the environment. Promoting this idea is gratifying, it's a chance to encourage change.

 

Favourite quote:

"I like people like me, who conserve their beauty in imperfections, in traces of non-conventionality" (Charles Bukowski)

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After a degree in languages, ,I've been working as a beauty and hair journalist for twenty years. With Ilenia Messina I founded www.bellezzalnaturale.it, a website dedicated to all those who want to share with us a new idea of beauty which is sustainable and green. For a constant and constructive dialogue with whom - like us - believes that a valid alternative is out there, healthier and more natural, to foster beauty respecting our bodies and the environment. Promoting this idea is gratifying, it's a chance to encourage change.

 

Favourite quote:

"I like people like me, who conserve their beauty in imperfections, in traces of non-conventionality" (Charles Bukowski)