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Anyone following Phoebe Tonkin on Instagram will know that when the actress is back in Sydney she always makes time to see skin sensei Melanie Grant.
“I love facials. I would go once a week if I could,” she tells ELLE. So naturally The Originals star was excited to see her go-to guru on-set to give her complexion a boost before her July ELLE cover shoot in Paris.
“I felt so lucky to see my favourite skin fairy Melanie as soon as I landed. My skin was so dry from the flight it drank up the face mask so quickly”. We asked Melanie for her six top tips for getting Phoebe’s radiant skin.
For more information on the products used, see here.
Like most things in fashion and culture, we are finding ourselves drifting towards the West Coast more and more. Suddenly the sun and sand aren’t the only main attractions drawing creatives to L.A. and we couldn’t be happier to jump on board. With a whole new lens being shone on the city we were thrilled to have two amazing guides take us around town.
Stormi Bree and Phoebe Tonkin each toted us (along with their CHANEL Gabrielle bags) around the city to talk about where they go, and if they could, where they would take the legendary Gabrielle herself on an ideal day in L.A.
After a rather spiritual morning spent with Stormi, we went to the other side of town, Venice Beach. Armed with Coveteur-alum Phoebe Tonkin, we walked between the canals and the beach filled with tarot card readers, graffiti and rollerbladers galore—it doesn’t get more L.A. than that! Below, Phoebe’s take on Coco…
To read more of Phoebe’s interview see Coveteur.
Phoebe Tonkin joined millions of people around the world protesting for women’s rights in January when she hit the streets of LA with a “the future is female” slogan stamped across her chest. So, when the opportunity to join French women in solidarity last week in Paris on International Women’s Day, she was the first to don a red beret and front up to La Republique.
With camera in hand, Tonkin documented the moment and shares her personal snaps here with ELLE.com.au. The message she took away: “That women’s rights, and equality, are global issues. That what is happening domestically in the USA affects women around the world. That posing hateful rhetoric and sexist comments will not be tolerated by anyone, no matter what country they live in. And that women, young and old, are the greatest supporters of one another.” Hear, hear!
The Originals is facing a whole new kind of threat this season, and it’s particularly bad news for Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin), since it appears to be a blue light that steals children.
The CW series just jumped ahead five years between the end of season three and the start of season four and revealed that the original family had spent those five years in coffins and cursed, or in Klaus’ (Joseph Morgan) case, weakened and kept in a dungeon by Marcel (Charles Michael Davis). As of last week, even Klaus had been freed and was on his way to seeing the daughter he hasn’t seen since she was a toddler, but there’s a much larger threat on the horizon now.
We got on the phone with Phoebe Tonkin to talk about that looming danger, and about just how much of this season will be concerned with Hope’s safety.
E! News: So far this season, it has been really interesting to see how things have changed during the time jump. Was that kind of exciting for you to start the character from a whole new place?
Is that more interesting for you as an actor that Hope is now an actual character, instead of basically a baby?
What does Hope know about her family? We haven’t heard much from her in these first couple episodes.
Will we actually get time to see the dynamic between them before danger starts up again?
What is the dynamic like between Hayley and Klaus, now that he’s free and they can be parents together?
Will we get any happy family scenes, whether they’re movie nights or not, at all?
And what can you tell me about the threat this season—whatever’s stealing kids?
So is that the major threat that they’re dealing with for the rest of the season?
Is Marcel still a major threat to the family, or is he kind of taking a backseat to this new threat?
So can we assume that Hope is a central character this season?