Millie Kendall has one of the most impressive CVs in the beauty biz. She's headed up her own hugely popular make-up brand (Ruby and Millie, FYI), acted as a consultant for big name brands and formed one half of the dynamic duo behind BeautyMART. We take a sneak peek at her bathroom shelf.
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Dr Jackson 01 Day Skin Cream
‘I believe very strongly that Dr Jackson has researched and ethically sourced the best ingredients. I love this product – at my age I want a little firming with my moisturiser.’
Crème de Concoction Cashmere and White Lily Conditioner
‘My favourite haircare brand. Shampoos you can customise, and a divine conditioner used by everyone in my family!’
Bourjois Kohl Kajal Eyeliner
‘I only really wear eyeliner if it’s smudged and smoky, and this product does all that without you having to be an expert. One sweep is all you need.’
Rimmel Kate Moss Lasting Finish Lipstick in 08
‘For the price, you can’t beat Rimmel’s Kate Moss collection. I love colour 08: it’s a nude/pink so not too Barbie and not too beige. It looks like your natural lip colour.’
Favourite Budget Buy
Vita Coco Coconut Oil
‘The best all-purpose product on the market: it can be used to remove make-up, to moisturise, for cooking and oil-pulling, or as a hair conditioner.’
‘One of our best success stories. This Japanese mascara is a phenomenon, selling out every time we receive a delivery – I’ve never seen such a frenzy over a product. It’s truly remarkable and doesn’t dry out and flake.’
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Tales On Moon Lane Children's Bookshop
Just a stone's throw from Herne Hill station, Tales On Moon Lane is easy to find and even easier to spot given its delightful exterior, which is beautifully painted to resemble a circus tent. This lovely local bookshop was founded by Tamara Macfarlane in 2003 and has since provided the tots, toddlers and young adults of southeast London with practical picture books and rad reads. Regular events are held instore, too, including storytelling sessions, reading and writing classes, literary festivals and half-term activities. Check their website to see what they have coming up.