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interview: with Lorna Weightman

1-what are your favourite products?

I absolutely love Wet N Wild make up, I'm their first international brand ambassador so I have been using their make up for a few months now. I love their mega last lipsticks, they stay put for ages! 

2- your a stylist! Have you put outfits together for anyone famous/who would like to style in the celebrity world?

I think I would love to style Diane Kruger, I have such a style crush on her. I was at the Mulberry SS15 presentation this week at fashion week and there were so many looks that are aligned with her style. 

3-whats in your make-up bag? brands name,etc

I have YSL Fusion Ink foundation which I am in love with at the moment; Urban Decay Up all Night eye liner, Kiko Lip liners, Lancome eye brow pencil; these are the things I cannot live without. 

4-top five luxury items at a music festival?

GHD, Iron, wardrobe, Hair dryer, my whole cleansing routine!

5- are you favorite celebrity trends of 2014? !and why? (Pictures if possible) 

Wide leg trousers, Draping jackets, shirts and skirts, sneakers, bomber jackets

6-top 5 summer fragrances

Calvin Klein One

La Perla

Versace Vanitas

Viktor and Rolf

Marc Jacobs Daisy

7-during the summer whats the best Skincare? 

BB cream as a foundation; its moisturising has an SPF and does not make your skin greasy

8- what type of style do go for as a presenter?

Less is more for me, I love to keep my style simple and not look over done. Blazers, jeans and tees are my go-to

I hope you enjoyed the read and a big thank you to lorna for taking time out her busy schedule to take part.
(This Iinterview was done in September) 

lots of love 


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