Gwyneth Paltrow has travelled to some of the world's most picturesque locations, but it was in Canada's Fogo Island that the mother of two found "heaven." The actress took to Instagram to declare her love for the island, which is located off the shores of Newfoundland.
The 43-year-old shared a video of a campfire she enjoyed as the sun set on what she describes as "the end of the earth." She later posted a snap of Tower Studio, one of four eye-catching buildings designed by Saunders Architecture of Norway.
Gwyneth spent some time on the east coast before heading west to Toronto to launch Juice Beauty's new Phyto-Pigments colour collection at Holt Renfrew. The Oscar winner will make an in-store appearance at the luxury department store's Bloor St. location on July 14.
Earlier this year, the Iron Man star joined forces with Juice Beauty CEO Karen Behnke to create an organic makeup line, featuring vegan-friendly lipsticks, blushes and more. The collaboration came after researchers on her website Goop began looking into the ingredients of everyday products.
"I wear makeup heavily in my work, and now that I'm post-40, I've started to wear it more often in my day-to-day life," she told Forbes. "But once my lifestyle website, Goop, started investigating toxicity in these products… I was stunned. I genuinely thought makeup as safe, but that's not the case."
In March, beauty addicts were delighted when Juice Beauty launched a skincare collection featuring six all-natural and organic products (think eye creams and face masks!) The actress posted a note on her website in conjunction with the launch, writing, "We have always been outspoken here at Goop about concerns over the toxic ingredients used in personal care products—an industry that operates without regulation.
We built on [Juice Beauty's] foundation in safety to create something that didn’t exist that I had always been looking for: A line of truly luxurious and effective skincare—products that take organic to the next level."
She later added: "We literally did not rest until we had a set of six products that are, quite simply, perfect."