Because the world needed another beauty blog.
ReadHead (pronounced “red head”) is the beauty blog for Roux Atelier. It was born out of passion for providing people with the tools to fall back in love with the skin they’re in.
The author of ReadHead is the owner and Master Aesthetician of Roux Atelier. The content is not affiliated with any skin care or makeup line. We want to bring honesty and transparency – reviews are 100% unbiased and unpaid. Products have personally been tested and ingredients well-researched.
ReadHead focuses on reviews, ingredients and blending science with aesthetics. While this blog focuses on products made for fair and sensitive skin, many of the techniques and products can be used for any skin and hair type.
Couture SkinLove for the fair and free.
The redhead behind ReadHead by Roux Atelier.
Personal: Stacie Dastoor is ReadHead’s founding beauty blogger and has been passionate about skincare since her preteens. A natural redhead who has suffered from acne and skin that throws temper tantrums most of her life, she puts knowledge behind the products she reviews and brings an understanding behind the challenges of being a fair-skinned outsider in an age of tans, the Kardashians, holiday themes filled with red/pink/orange and over-zealous contouring in shades “always too dark for me.”
Career: After spending most of her career in sales and marketing leadership, Stacie’s calling was to pursue her passion for skincare, plastic surgery and dermatology. She has three years of medical aesthetics experience in various roles from nurse provider to coordinator in one of the top markets in the world and has worked in one of the largest medical aesthetics practices. Stacie has received training by top national trainers , Galderma and Allergan, and the Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery Symposium from Mount Sinai in New York City.
Education: She graduated Cum Laude with a BSN from Mount Sinai in New York City and completed her clinicals within its magnet-status hospital. During her studies she participated in a prestigious Clinical Research Fellowship with Mount Sinai’s Center for Nursing Research and Innovation. Her research centered around health awareness and self-care of nursing students; her work was chosen as a scientific poster winner at the 2020 Innovation Day. Stacie also graduated at the top of her class with an aesthetics certification from the Aveda Arts and Sciences institute in New York City. Her goal is to be a top provider in medical aesthetics and dermatology, assist in reconstructive plastic surgery and provide personal joy to others.