White Heat

Summer in London can be unpredictable but when it comes to those (rare) hotter days there are two things we know for sure. One: breezy white linen is the best bet for staying cool. Two: when it comes to makeup, a little goes a long way (and reduces the chance of everything sliding off).

We met the lovely Anmari Botha when she was in town for a brief stint away from her home in New York, and knew we had to feature her in a shoot. Born in South Africa and raised in New Zealand, Anmari’s laid-back attitude and sarcastic sense of humour made her a dream to work with, not to mention her golden hair and crystal-clear eyes. Add the ever-talented Laura Allard-Fleischl with a fresh roll of film and a crisp white piece or two from our favourite sustainable store The Acey, and we had ourselves a dream team.

Beauty-wise, Anmari’s features needed only the barest amount of enhancement. Skin went from blushing to bronzed with the help of products from RMS Beauty and Jane Iredale - Rosie used Lip2Cheek in Beloved for a bloom of blush on the apples of the cheeks and lips, and then So Bronze powder was layered with Buriti Bronzer on the face, eyes and even lips for an all-over bronzed glow that made Anmari’s baby-blues pop. Glasshouse stylist Mia created a low relaxed ponytail with plenty of wisps around the face and volume at the crown; summer hair and beauty at its finest.

Dress, stylist's own
Dress, stylist’s own
Top, Cloe Cassandro at The Acey
Top, Cloe Cassandro at The Acey
Jeans, Kings of Indigo at The Acey
Jeans, Kings of Indigo at The Acey

Photography: Laura Allard-Fleischl
Hair: Mia Waldern
Makeup & Styling: Rosie Herdman
Assistant: Lucy Vincent
Model: Anmari Botha

Share this:

More From The Journal

  1. The Acey Goes In-House

    ​Our go-to sustainable fashion destination The Acey has gone in-house - producing a beautiful, ethical capsule collection of pared-back dresses. We sat down with brand founder Holly to find out more.

    More +
  2. Illustrated: Alexa Coe

    ​With her clever nudes and seamless pen lines, Alexa Coe is our latest illustration-crush - and we’ve fallen equally as hard for her female subjects. We caught up with the London-based artist to find out more.

    More +
  3. Work with us at Glasshouse Salon

    Fancy being a part of our close-knit Glasshouse team? We have just the opportunity for you.

    More +
  4. Q&A: Antonia Magor, Nutritional Therapist

    With her holistic methods and positive approach, London-based nutritionist Antonia Magor is empowering people by tapping into their relationship with food, balance and health.

    More +
  5. Beauty Forecast: Soap Bars

    ​Thought soap bars were better off banished to the back of the bathroom cabinet? Think again! Soap is making a comeback in a cooler, more natural and eco-friendly format. We meet some of the brands who are doing it best.

    More +
  6. Jessie Harris: Collection FIVE

    ​We go weak at the knees every time East London based jewellery designer Jessie Harris releases a new collection. Her latest offering is as lust-worthy as ever - with her signature shapes showcased in a beautiful new lookbook.

    More +
  7. Happenings: Visible Girls: Revisited at Artlink Hull

    From skinheads to new romantics, street corners to nightclub toilets, photographer Anita Corbin captured 1980’s female subculture like no other. Her pioneering pictures are set to travel the country, starting off in Hull with Visible Girls: Revisited.

    More +
  8. Photography: Italy by Rosie Herdman

    ​Our Creative Content Manager recently returned from a three week trip in La Bella Italia - here her film diary captures the country from north to south in all its summertime glory.

    More +
  9. Step by Step: Illuminated

    ​Bronzed skin and pops of highlight - for our latest makeup tutorial, ultimate glow is the name of the game.

    More +
  10. Masterclass: Air-Drying

    Warm weather is the perfect excuse to ditch the dryer and embrace the many perks of natural air-drying. We’ve picked the brains of Glasshouse senior stylist (and air-drying advocate) Ashleigh to help guide you through.

    More +
  11. Hair Musing: Anita Pallenberg

    ​With the sad news that 60’s bohemian icon Anita Pallenberg has passed away, we pay tribute to an iconic rock princess and her equally as legendary head of unkempt hair.

    More +
  12. Q&A: Tanita de Ruijt of Jamu Kitchen

    Jamu Kitchen’s turmeric-tinged tonics have a whole host of natural healing properties based on ancient Indonesian traditions. We’re a sucker for interesting concoctions - especially if they can give us a little extra oomph - so we caught up with the brand’s founder Tanita to find out more.

    More +
  13. Hair Trends: Warm Tones

    As the weather warms up, our hair colour is following suit. Put down the silver shampoo, and meet our new favourite palette for hair and beauty.

    More +
  14. Reads: Last Days of Summer by Akila Berjaoui

    We’re dreaming of long, hazy days and sand-speckled skin. Luckily Australian photographer Akila Berjaoui is here to help with her 70’s-inspired photobook, Last Days of Summer.

    More +
  15. The Natural & Organic Beauty Troubleshooter

    To see out Organic Beauty Week, we’ve put together a guide answering some of the most common questions and dispelling misconceptions around the world of natural and organic beauty.

    More +
  16. Introducing: BYBI Beauty

    With their debut into the world of natural luxury beauty products, Elsie and Dominika from Clean Beauty Co give us BYBI. We explore the new 100% natural, 100% high-peforming range.

    More +
Load more posts