Ms. Namita Nayyar: You have glowing skin and gorgeous hair. Do you take some kind of skin treatment to keep it young and glowing and secondly what you do to your hair to make them look so stunning?
Ms. Emma Conybeare: I swear by evening primrose, not only do I take the supplement every day to keep hormones level normal it’s also good for my skin.
My skin like most females will flare up when I’m stressed or hormonal. I always say when I go on a long run outside my skin sweats and opens my pores up. A clean diet also helps with skin.
My Mother is a wise women and she gets me into having a Microdermal abrasion once a month, it’s also good to remove excess dead skin. I do invest a fare bit of money into skin care. My night cream is Dećlore and Morning cream is Elizabeth Arden. As she said I’m not getting any younger so I have to start looking after this face of mine.
I actually don’t have any special products for my hair. A good shampoo and Conditioner John Freida. Once a week when I put on my Dr Adlai honey clay mask I also put a leave in Conditioner. I also try to avoid washing my hair everyday too.
I’m quite lucky my hair is dead straight so I try not straighten it to much. Although I always wanted curtly hair my dad would call my curly totes because I was so straight.
Ms. Namita Nayyar: Tell us about your current Top 5 Fashion Must-Haves.
Ms. Emma Conybeare: My Top 5 Fashion Must Haves:
A Bomee Jacket, I’m in love with my green one. Warm and goes with everything.
A decent pair of black boots, I love the over knee ones at the moment. So mod so on trend.
Nike Air Max Trainers, I have so many meetings around London which entails miles of walking. You can get away wearing trainer to meetings as you can dress hip and stylish.
I love smock dresses they so easy to wear, when it gets colder you can wear a pair of tights. On a night out jazz it up with jewellery and a pair of high heeled boots. Plus it means you don’t have to think about matching anything. Also you can avoid showing off you bloated belly if you out for dinner, definitely my cheat outfit.
Shirt dresses, I have so many styles, denim, floral and plain. You can wear these in so many different ways, bare legs with knee high boots. With tights and shorts with the shirt tucked in. Great if you’re going on a night out and you can’t judge what sort of night it’ll be.
Ms. Namita Nayyar: You have interviewed the pop sensation boy band Hanson, The Rascals, Delilah, Ben Pearce, Klangkarussel, Denise Pearson, Throwing snow, Mike Hough and Youtube phenomenon Esme Denters. Share with us one of your most memorable experience from these interviews?
Ms. Emma Conybeare: I think like most people you interview when you start talking to them you almost forget who they are. I had to interview Boris Johnson once, it was so Bizarre we got onto the topic of French Onions, I mean how could you get back on course after talking about French Onions?
Hanson were incredible to interview, they had so much to say I was in ore of them I generally felt as though they could of talk for days. They were so passionate in everything they were saying I was mesmerised.
But I suppose the highlight of my career and one of my first ever Presenting gigs was interviewing Backstreet Boys. It was live on the Google Hangout World Wide. It was a live stream going out to hundreds of thousands of people all over the world. I can still remember the buzz of the event, at the start of the event I’ve never been so nervous in my life. When the nerves dropped I loved the buzz, it was so euphoric. Not to mention I got to meet the boy band I grew up with, I generally had to try and contain myself and not act like an over excited little girl, which was extremely hard.