Adria Arjona Is Serious About Self-Care

Adria Arjona Is Serious About Self-Care

Long baths, short showers, face icing, and Beyoncé (on repeat) help the Morbius actress get things done.
The rising star, 28, made waves in HBO’s True Detective and the Michael Bay Netflix movie 6 Underground. Next up: a spotlight in Armani’s campaign for My Way, the brand’s new carbon-neutral, sustainable fragrance, and an upcoming Marvel movie, Morbius, costarring Jared Leto. Here, she talks celery juice, ice massage, and meditation—all in a day of self-care.

Rise and Shine
I usually wake up around 8 a.m. if I’m not working. I brush my teeth, then run to the kitchen to start brewing my coffee as I make my celery juice, which takes a certain amount of time. I like to be alone in the morning, and even if I’m working, I’ll take an hour to myself. I’ll meditate or I’ll do some Morning Pages. And then after an hour, I pick up my phone for the first time and start seeing what’s going on in the world.

Morning Rituals
I consider my celery juice and that hour for myself part of my beauty regimen. Beyond that, I usually just ice my face. It depuffs it. I feel like it’s firmer and the ice brings back circulation to my face—and it’s also super cheap. Then I put Mario Badescu’s rosewater spray on my face to freshen up. I love the smell of it. Finally, I follow with sunscreen.

You can read the rest of the article by heading over to Marie Claire!

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Adria Arjona on starring in Giorgio Armani’s unretouched fragrance campaign and her bargain beauty hacks

Adria Arjona on starring in Giorgio Armani’s unretouched fragrance campaign and her bargain beauty hacks

Welcome to Beauty Bytes, a place where I chat to celebrities about all things beauty, from their favourite products to the best advice they’ve ever been given. Read on for the beauty low-down from Adria Arjona…

If you’ve not heard of Adria Arjona, chances are you’re going to see a whole lot more of the 25-year-old American actress from now on.

The Mexico City-born daughter of a Puerto Rican beauty queen and a Guatemalan musician spent most of her bohemian childhood travelling the world, before landing in New York City to pursue an acting career.

Now she’s gearing up for international success. She’s not only signed up to star across from Jared Leto in the Spider-Man spin-off Morbius. But she’s also the face of Giorgio Armani‘s new sustainable perfume My Way.

Here Arjona tells Marie Claire’s Fiona Embleton how the Armani campaign pushed her out of her comfort zone…

Fiona: Starring in an unretouched beauty campaign is groundbreaking, but also daunting. What did it feel like to show your wrinkles in a fragrance ad?

Adria: The My Way campaign was probably the most vulnerable thing I’ve ever performed in. Usually you hide behind a character or the lines that a writer has created for you. This time I decided to just be myself. I love the fact that the campaign wasn’t re-touched. I’m not a model, I’m an actress and I love to be relatable. You can see my freckles and my little smile wrinkle, and that’s one of my favourite things of the whole campaign. It tells you, ‘This woman smiles.’ To embrace and feel confident with who you really are – that’s a powerful message to send out.

Head over to Marie Claire UK to read the rest of the interview!

Gallery Link:
Photoshoots > Outtakes > Session 018

Gallery Update (8/22)

Gallery Update (8/22)

I’ve just added some more portraits from a session promoting Emerald City, along with a promotional photo from the show as well into the gallery.

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Television Productions > 2017 | Emerald City > Promotional Photos
Photoshoots > Portraits > Session 001

Adria Arjona on Escapist Fragrance and Playing a Cure-Seeking Doctor in Marvel’s Morbius

Adria Arjona on Escapist Fragrance and Playing a Cure-Seeking Doctor in Marvel’s Morbius

The actor is the face of Armani Beauty’s newest perfume, My Way—inspired by travel, even if that lately arrives in a Gabriel García Márquez book.
In a parallel universe, a video chat with Adria Arjona might have seen the actress beamed in from a faraway movie set or a beach vacation to her native Puerto Rico. That’s the benefit of having the technological means to track a life in perpetual motion. “I really grew up on a tour bus, which was this magical place full of creativity and craziness,” Arjona told Vanity Fair last year, describing her childhood on the road, alongside her father, the Guatemalan musician Ricardo Arjona. “Sometimes I’d have breakfast in Guatemala and go to sleep in Mexico,” she once put it.

But when we speak in late July, Arjona is stationed in Los Angeles, where she has lived since landing a breakout role in True Detective’s second season. “I don’t think I’ve ever spent four months in one specific place,” the 28-year-old says into the screen. Her hair is smoothed back, showing off punctuation-mark eyebrows. A thin gold necklace, in the style of an Edwardian paper-clip chain, gives our conversation the feel of a time hop.

Travel isn’t on the docket in a summer of pandemic, but it’s still front of mind. Arjona is the face of Armani Beauty’s latest perfume, My Way, billed as a love letter to exploration and shared experience. The campaign film is something of a whistle-stop tour, from flamenco in Spain to a tea ceremony in Japan. Meanwhile, the fragrance—housed in a refillable glass bottle, with a production goal to be carbon-neutral—mirrors that global impulse. Tuberose, sourced from a village near Mysore, India, melds with jasmine and Italian bergamot; notes of vanilla come from a sustainable operation out of Madagascar.

Can a perfume ease wanderlust? Or perhaps the cure arrives in a book, Arjona explains in the interview below. She shares her nostalgia-tinged reading, olfactory postcards from travels past, and how her role in Marvel’s upcoming Morbius (postponed to March 2021) resonates with the current moment.)

Head over to Vanity Fair to read the interview with Adria!

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