Mademoiselle Chloé Mortaud

Chloe Mortaud, Miss France 2009, is the "miss", or as the French say, Mademoiselle (ma-duh-mwa-zel), behind Mademoiselle Provence, an all-natural beauty line crafted with fine-quality ingredients from the South of France where nature’s best beauty secrets are kept.

Chloe Mortaud, Miss France 2009, is the "miss", or as the French say, Mademoiselle (ma-duh-mwa-zel), behind Mademoiselle Provence, an all-natural beauty line crafted with fine-quality ingredients from the South of France where nature’s best beauty secrets are kept.

Raised in Southern France, Chloe would eventually grow up to become ‘Miss France’ 2009 and head to the U.S. to connect with her mother’s African American roots while setting out to build the American dream for her son, Matis.

While Chloe loved life in the States, the Franco-American entrepreneur felt something was missing. The former beauty queen yearned for the everyday ease of the French lifestyle and her hometown’s natural, aware way of living.

Once I had my son, my husband and I made it a priority to travel to Provence every year to give Matis the best of both worlds,” Chloe says.

“Each time I returned to the States, my luggage would be overflowing with French beauty products that I would give to family and friends. Sharing a piece of my home with my loved ones in the U.S. became a passion of mine and Mademoiselle Provence was born.”

Chloe Mortaud, Miss France 2009, is the "miss", or as the French say, Mademoiselle (ma-duh-mwa-zel), behind Mademoiselle Provence, an all-natural beauty line crafted with fine-quality ingredients from the South of France where nature’s best beauty secrets are kept.

Raised in Southern France, Chloe would eventually grow up to become ‘Miss France’ 2009 and head to the U.S. to connect with her mother’s African American roots while setting out to build the American dream for her son, Matis.

While Chloe loved life in the States, the Franco-American entrepreneur felt something was missing. The former beauty queen yearned for the everyday ease of the French lifestyle and her hometown’s natural, aware way of living.

Raised in Southern France, Chloe would eventually grow up to become ‘Miss France’ 2009 and head to the U.S. to connect with her mother’s African American roots while setting out to build the American dream for her son, Matis.

While Chloe loved life in the States, the Franco-American entrepreneur felt something was missing. The former beauty queen yearned for the everyday ease of the French lifestyle and her hometown’s natural, aware way of living.

Once I had my son, my husband and I made it a priority to travel to Provence every year to give Matis the best of both worlds,” Chloe says.

“Each time I returned to the States, my luggage would be overflowing with French beauty products that I would give to family and friends. Sharing a piece of my home with my loved ones in the U.S. became a passion of mine and Mademoiselle Provence was born.”

Driven by her entrepreneurial spirit coupled with years of French beauty knowledge, Chloe set out to share her best kept secrets with American women to help them discover their inner ‘je ne sais quoi’ for which French women are known.

I truly believe the greatest things in life are simple,” says Chloe.

Beauty can be improved if we keep it uncomplicated and remain our happy, authentic selves. That’s why Mademoiselle Provence products make caring for ourselves and our loved ones easy, effortless and affordable.”

Once I had my son, my husband and I made it a priority to travel to Provence every year to give Matis the best of both worlds,” Chloe says. “Each time I returned to the States, my luggage would be overflowing with French beauty products that I would give to family and friends. Sharing a piece of my home with my loved ones in the U.S. became a passion of mine and Mademoiselle Provence was born.”

Driven by her entrepreneurial spirit coupled with years of French beauty knowledge, Chloe set out to share her best kept secrets with American women to help them discover their inner ‘je ne sais quoi’ for which French women are known.

I truly believe the greatest things in life are simple,” says Chloe.
Beauty can be improved if we keep it uncomplicated and remain our happy, authentic selves. That’s why Mademoiselle Provence products make caring for ourselves and our loved ones easy, effortless and affordable.”

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Chloé Mortaud is one of the co-founders of the French charity "Les Bonnes Fées."

Fifteen of the most emblematic Miss France of the past two decades decided to gather around a project: using their notoriety to offer "magic wand tricks" to those who need it the most.

"When the Misses spread their wings, they become "Fairy godmothers.""

To find out more about the association, visit the French website Les Bonnes Fées

 

Chloé Mortaud is one of the co-founders of the French charity "Les Bonnes Fées."

Fifteen of the most emblematic Miss France of the past two decades decided to gather around a project: using their notoriety to offer "magic wand tricks" to those who need it the most.

"When the Misses spread their wings, they become "Fairy godmothers."

To learn more about this charity, visit the French website Les Bonnes Fées