Natasha Anne Bedingfield (born 26 November 1981) is a British singer and songwriter.
Bedingfield released her debut album, Unwritten, in 2004, which contained primarily up-tempo pop songs and was influenced by R&B music. It enjoyed international success with more than 2.3 million copies sold worldwide.
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Natasha Bedingfield’s beauty secrets to year-round glowing skin
The pocket full of sunshine that is Natasha Bedingfield is known for her happy songs. You can’t listen to “Unwritten” or “These Words” and stay in a bad mood. It’s part of why beauty brand Philosophy enlisted her to write a song for their new “Hope & Grace” campaign. Bedingfield’s new single, “Hope” — unveiled Tuesday night at a Philosophy event — is tied to the brand’s new promise to give 1 percent of their total sales to mental health organizations across the country.
It doesn’t hurt that the British songstress has amazing skin. Not only does she always look flawless, she does her own makeup. So we couldn’t help but ask her what her secret is:
What are your favorite beauty must-haves?
I love Tom Ford makeup. I wear Tom Ford lipstick every day. But my beauty must-have has to be a magnifying mirror. Most people stay away from them, but sometimes the lightening [in a room where you’re getting ready] can be really bad, so you can hold the mirror up and see better.
How do you keep your skin looking so great?
I cleanse religiously. I use a scrub, cleanser and moisturizer every day. And I also stay out of the sun.
Do you do anything different in winter for your skin?
I definitely use a stronger moiturizer. I also like natural oils and shea butter.
What do you put on to feel confident?
Perfume, I love. And heels give you power.
Do you have any beauty tricks?
Eyebrows are such a good thing to emphasize because they can really make your face have more shape; they help frame your face. So let them grow out, or draw them in and elongate them a bit. That’s my beauty trick.
Last month, as Natasha Bedingfield was releasing her new song and video — the mental health awareness anthem “Hope” — she was also signing papers for a home atop Beachwood Canyon in California’s Hollywood Hills.
Bedingfield paid $1.65 million for the three-bedroom, three-bath Spanish-style house, which offers views of the city and hills from every room.
The walled and gated home was built in 2000 but exudes vintage Hollywood charm, featuring a step-down living room with high wood-beamed ceilings and decorative archways. Wrought-iron light fixtures and Catalina tiles accent the rooms.
The kitchen boasts a walk-in, temperature-controlled wine room, and French doors in the formal dining room open onto a private patio.
Bedingfield still owns a Laughlin Park home she bought in 2009, although she’s tried to sell it off and on over the past year.
INTERVIEW: Natasha Bedingfield Is Bringing Hope To Pop Music
Natasha Bedingfield. Remember her? You do. And if you don’t, you’re lying ’cause saying you don’t know her is like saying you don’t know Adele’s “Someone Like You.” She’s one of those artists who, no matter how long she’s been away from the scene, can continue to churn out new material and still sound fresh.
Perhaps it’s how infectious they are — or perhaps it’s how uplifting they are — but there’s something about songs like “Unwritten,” “Pocket Full of Sunshine,” and “Strip Me” that inspire. Her new song, “Hope,” a track that beauty brand philosophy asked her to write, is no different.
“For me, this was such a lovely project to get involved in because it was quite specific,” Bedingfield told Refinery29 after she debuted it live at kick-off ceremony for philosophy’s hope & grace initiative. It was also an opportunity for Bedingfield to put out new material. When asked if we can expect more music, she quickly said, “absolutely.”
“I love the fact I can release a song as a song. It’s not an official single, but it’s out there,” she continued. “I like that the music can just keep coming out.” In the decade or so since she came onto the scene, Bedingfield’s worked to make her voice ring louder than everyone else who has access to the Internet.
“What makes your voice or message more important than anyone else’s?” Bedingfield wonders.
Well, uplifting messages is one, but also confidence. “I’ve stopped hoping the crowd will like me. As a young artist, it was more about ‘How can I impress these people?’ Whereas now, it’s just, like, what I do. It’s what we do.”
It’s no secret Bedingfield’s got pipes, but her real talent lies in her ability to turn a negative situation into something positive. To her, there’s always a light at the end of the tunnel; to her, music is her chance to inspire. There’s always a chance to get back up. There’s always hope.
Natasha Bedingfield To Release Song In Support Of Mental Health And Wellbeing
Philosophy, the women’s wellbeing beauty brand, is collaborating with Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Natasha Bedingfield on an exclusive, original song to spread hope to women everywhere.
The song, “Hope,” penned by Natasha and a new writing and production team made up of Matt Robinson, David Saw and Ryan Freeman, was written to draw attention to the mental health needs of women and further the message of the hope and grace initiative — an unending commitment by philosophy to support community-based mental health organizations. Releasing simultaneously with the product launch of renewed hope in a jar, “hope” will be available for download on iTunes on January 13th with 20% of the net proceeds from iTunes sales benefitting the hope and grace initiative until 2016.
By encouraging and promoting the idea of hope when faced with any adversity, this original song clearly captures the spirit of philosophy. For over 18 years, philosophy has been devoted to bringing women products that inspire them to live better lives. Most recently, in July 2014, philosophy launched the hope and grace initiative, the cornerstone of the brand’s philanthropic mission wherein 1% of philosophy product sales across all retailers support community-based organizations working to empower women through the promotion of mental health and wellbeing, and the prevention and treatment of related issues.
“At philosophy, we believe that it is important to nurture the skin as well as the soul, and music offers a powerful way to lift spirits and spread a message,” says Jill Scalamandre, Senior Vice President, philosophy and Chief Marketing Officer, skin care for Coty. “The philosophy of renewed hope in a jar is ‘live with optimism, renew with hope,’ a sentiment that not only ties perfectly to this beautiful song, but also to the hope and grace initiative’s mission of helping lift the stigma that surrounds mental health.”
“philosophy understands the power of words, and as a songwriter this resonates deeply with me,” says Natasha. “I was thrilled to collaborate with philosophy on the song and to help raise awareness about mental health, particularly among women. This song is about how powerful hope is and that we all need to be reminded sometimes of how even the darkest nights become bright mornings, and hope can carry us through any hardship.”
To celebrate the release of “hope,” which is named for its reimagined iconic product, renewed hope in a jar, philosophy will host a special event where Natasha will perform “hope” live for the first time. The performance will be simulcast via Livestream as part of a larger digital media campaign that will further promote the renewed hope in a jar product and the hope and grace initiative.
Changing the landscape of philanthropic efforts in the beauty industry, the hope and grace initiative established the hope and grace fund as a project of the New Venture Fund, a 501c3 public charity dedicated to supporting innovative and effective public interest projects. With guidance from an advisory board made up of committed and notable leaders in the mental health arena, philosophy will annually award multiple grants with an average amount of $25,000 through the hope and grace fund to support hundreds of qualified organizations around the world.
In its first year, the fund plans to target organizations that work with women in the United States who are currently underserved by mental health services by providing grants to community-based mental health organizations. These unsung heroes of the mental health field include those organizations that are working to overcome the barriers and stigma associated with seeking treatment for mental health issues, providing access to mental health treatment, and fostering support networks for women with mental illness.
Hear Two Unreleased, Leaked Songs From Natasha’s ‘Unwritten’
Two previously unreleased tracks by Natasha have been leaked online, reportedly belonging to recording sessions for her debut album, Unwritten. One song is called “Save My Love” and the other is “Hold Me In Your Arms” with Daniel Bedingfield, both of which a source says were made in 2004 sessions with producer Nathan Winkler.
Excited news about Natasha’s new album! New songs were registered on Natasha’s page at ASCAP (The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers) and BMI (Broadcast Music, Inc.). Make sure to check them out:
CAN’T SHAKE IT OFF NATASHA ANNE BEDINGFIELD
ME AROUND YOU NATASHA ANNE BEDINGFIELD
MY LOVE (DANDO TE MI AMOR) NATASHA ANNE BEDINGFIELD
GEOFFREY ROJAS ROYCE
NON MI AMI NATASHA ANNE BEDINGFIELD
FRASER SMITH T
OUR SUMMER NATASHA ANNE BEDINGFIELD
RUBBER BALL NATASHA ANNE BEDINGFIELD
TOP DOWN NATASHA BEDINGFIELD
STEPHEN KIPNER ALAN
Natasha Bedingfield, Ne-Yo Play Fenway, Help Raise $1.3 Million for Carver Man
On Sunday, July 27, Fenway Park was transformed from into a support center for Dan Grimes, a 42-year-old Carver resident who was recently diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer.
Performers Ne-Yo and Natasha Bedingfield teamed up with Grimes’ employer, Healthbridge, and its parent company, CareOne, for a special concert inside of the Gate D concourse to benefit Grimes, a non-smoker and father of four. Michael Strahan served as the day’s master of ceremonies with special guest Tiki Barber.
Before the sold-out concert, which sold 1,800 tickets, Grimes walked a red carpet with the event’s headliners and posed with a check for the amount of money raised at the time of the concert: $1.3 million.
“It’s overwhelming with so much love and support,” Grimes said of the turnout. “It’s such a feeling of joy in my heart. I could never have imagined in a million years how much support for me would have come out, it’s incredible.”
For Bedingfield, who said the words to her songs took on new meaning after hearing of Grimes’ illness, meeting the event’s honoree was more than just a red-carpet photo-op.
“I just met Dan and he just has that huge smile and I could see that the people there, his coworkers, they were just cheering for him and I thought that was really beautiful,” Bedingfield said. “It makes me think that we all have to treasure every day that we have and make the most of it.”
Ne-Yo was eager to come on-board when they heard about Grimes’ story.
“To be honest when I heard Dan’s story — I mean, pardon my French, but I was kind of pissed off,” Ne-Yo said. “I’ll never understand why bad things happen to good people. It seems like he’s a pretty stand-up guy. He takes care of his family, works hard, and he got a bum rap.”
“I thank God for foundations like this one that look out for the little guy that gets dealt that hand,” Ne-Yo added.
When CareOne’s executive vice president, Elizabeth Straus, learned of Grimes’ diagnosis, she forged ahead to create the benefit.
“Well, Lizzy came to me and told me that one of our longtime executives, Dan Grimes, was diagnosed with such a serious illness,” Elizabeth’s father, CareOne CEO Dan Straus, recalled. “Lizzy has such an enormous heart and she said ‘we need to do something. We need to really do something big.’”
Elizabeth set the goal of $1 million and exceeded it by Friday, two days ahead of the event.
“We always say that CareOne — it’s is a family-owned and run company — so everybody who’s part of our company is part of our family,” Straus said. “Dan and his family are part of our family and we want to take care of them and help them and support them in any way that we can.”
The CareOne Cancer Fund in Honor of Dan Grimes was created initally to benefit Grimes and his family, but will also serve other employees of the company who may be affected by cancer.
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