Millie Mackintosh talks beauty with LOOK
Millie Mackintosh has told LOOK magazine about her hopes for the future.
She told the magazine: "I'd like to do a beauty book and the dream is to do my own line of clothing. I feel the happiest I’ve ever felt, and more than ever I know what I want out of life."
She also spoke to the magazine about her new lashes, just launched in conjunction with Nouveau Lashes: "I can’t wait to see women wearing them and hear their feedback.
"False lashes are one of my favourite beauty products. I feel a lot of pressure to look good and they help me feel my best."
Millie admitted that she hasn't been immune to beauty disasters: "I wore the wrong colour foundation growing up, and I got tweezer-happy with my eyebrows in my teens. This summer I had a weave – never again. It got so matted I couldn’t brush my hair."
On the subject of beauty she credits her mum and her granny for giving her an interest: "When I was little, I’d sit on a stool by my mum’s dressing table and watch her do her make-up.
"And my granny would give me her nail polishes and perfumes – I treasured them like ornaments."
To read the feature in full, see the latest issue of LOOK magazine, out now.
For more on the interview go to www.look.co.uk/milliemackintosh.
Pictures: Roger Bighét/LOOK