Stylist June 2, 2021

Stylist is the thinking-woman’s magazine. Each issue is packed with big ideas. From thought-provoking features on careers, culture, politics and psychology, to the latest fashion, beauty and lifestyle trends. Stylist helps women get more from their world. *Please note, this magazine is mobile optimised, so it can only be viewed in Text view.

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“'long live our rekindled romance with books”

The great slowdown of 2020 had many unintended consequences – a boom in book sales turned out to be one of them. Despite a decline in sales for the past few years, as lockdown rolled on we collectively turned to the comfort of literature as our existences simplified. Whether nostalgia, an abundance of time, a need to escape into another world while we were stuck in one place, or just our need for an entertaining break from our screen-fuelled working days, our love of books was rekindled and across the UK we bought a mere 202 million of them. We devoured stories, lost ourselves in the lives of others, and allowed our brains the space and freedom to build worlds from words. Perhaps it is not surprising then that many…

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nadia stacey, hair and make-up designer

A one-day diary from morning latte to lights out Nadia is a hair and make-up designer in TV and film, most recently creating the looks for Cruella. She lives in Margate My alarm goes off… At 5am. When I’m working on a TV or film production, there will be a certain time I have to be on set and it’s usually pretty early. I'll shower to wake myself up. Once I’m ready, I’ll make a quick coffee with oat milk and, if I have time, I’ll eat something like porridge. I’m responsible for… Creating the hair and make-up looks for the entire cast. On Cruella, I managed a team of ten who designed the looks for everyone from our primary cast to the crowds, background artists and stunts team. I got the job… After I was recommended…

4 minutos
“i’m still embarrassed of my body hair”

words: billie bhatia “I would love to be like that, but…” might be one of my most-used phrases. I see someone doing something inspiring and boundary-pushing, something that is brave, and while I am quick to applaud it, personally, my own insecurities hold me back from following in their footsteps. As we begin to confront our bodies after a year in hiding, the conversation around body hair has resurfaced louder than ever. In the space of a week, I saw model and activist Ashley Graham create a TikTok video showing her growing leg hair – encouraging her millions of followers to do the same – and a photograph of upper-lip hair covered in blue mascara circulating on social media. Like I said, I applaud both of these lenses on body hair,…

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introducing the stylist literary festival

stylist advertorial Whether you’re a part-time book lover or full-time bibliophile, you won’t want to miss our line-up of events this June We’ve all needed the escape a good story provides this past year and if you (like us) spent lockdown speeding through countless books, then it’s time to meet the faces behind the pages. Throughout June, Stylist will be bringing you an online programme of captivating talks and thought-provoking discussions from all your favourite authors at the first-ever Stylist Literary Festival. Over the course of the month, you’ll hear from 38 authors across 20 digital events with the likes of Lisa Taddeo, Raven Leilani, Matt Haig and Taylor Jenkins Reid taking the virtual stage. Explore the full line-up and book tickets at Join us for our intimate closing party at The Hoxton On…

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the ultimate stylist reading list: 30 books to escape into

feature You’re going to need a bigger shelf. From the return of Sally Rooney to Michaela Coel’s literary debut, 2021 is a bumper year for brilliant reads words: francesca brown Welcome to a summer of seriously good reading, as breakout debuts, insightful memoirs and essays jostle with addictive thrillers that are redefining the genre, thought-provoking poetry and big-name releases. Yes, there’s a lot to get through, but fear not: we’ve drummed up the definitive reading list of 2021 for all the joy, escapism and insight you need. There are much-anticipated books by Sally Rooney and Michaela Coel, Zakiya Dalila Harris’s utterly original novel The Other Black Girl, Lisa Taddeo’s visceral and shocking Animal, Candice Brathwaite’s follow-up to I Am Not Your Baby Mother entitled Sista Sister, and the name-making Assembly by Natasha Brown.…

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the new dating apps using science to help you find love

feature After a year of swipe fatigue, app creators are harnessing the latest technology to help us date smarter. But do they work, asks Hollie Richardson? I want to be in a relationship. It’s taken 32 years and three lockdowns to get here, but the pandemic taught me that I’m happy with my life and ready to share it. The problem is, I’m a bit of a hopeless romantic. Until recently, I’d never committed to online dating because I always expected a man who looks a lot like Colin Firth to come up to me in the coffee shop queue one day and declare that he likes me very much, just as I am. This is a problem because I am not the protagonist in a Richard Curtis film, and a 2019…