My Positive Life with Lauren Hersheson

With a whole host of celebrity fans including Camilla Belle, Charlotte Casiraghi, Carolina Herrera, Jade Parfitt, Freida Pinto and Caroline Sieber, it’s little wonder that make-up artist Lauren Hersheson has secured herself as one of the top bridal make-up artists to hire for the big day.

Daughter of celebrated hairdresser Daniel Hersheson and sister of session stylist, Luke Hersheson, Lauren is a pro at natural make-up and has brought a new dimension of personal grooming to the iconic Daniel Hersheson salons in Conduit Street and Harvey Nichols thanks to her talent.

Positive Luxury caught up with the super talented make-up artist who told us about her positive life.


One word that describes you?


In your own words, what do you do?

I am a free lance makeup artist based at the Daniel Hersheson salon in Harvey Nichols. I help people feel like the best possible version if themselves in an elegant, cool way.

Who is your greatest influence in your career/life?

My parents

Which is your favourite part of your job?

Getting to know incredible people who have achieved amazing things .

Which is the part that you enjoy the least?

Packing up!

Lauren Hersheson

Lauren has worked with several high profile names including Caroline Sieber (top left).

Please complete the sentence… I could not live without…

A mascara. It transforms me.

Favourite restaurant? In which city?

The Little Door in Los Angeles. My husband took me on our first date there.

Do you support a charity or cause?

I donate to save the children every month.

What’s on your Xmas wish-list?

My birthday comes before Christmas and I’m struggling with that one!

What is your personal luxury?

My new thing is massage. My back and shoulders don’t love my job as much as I do so I give them a treat sometimes.

What steps do you take to make your life more positive?

Finding time for myself.

What does positive luxury mean to you?

To me positive luxury is a phrase which encapsulates the idea of something being the best that it can be.

Emily Noszkay