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What She Loves: Angela Scanlon
The presenter and author – whose first book Joyrider: How Gratitude Can Help You Get The Life You Really Want is out now – shares her current obsessions     

Sculpted by Aimee Connolly Second Skin Dewy Finish Foundation
“I’m very pale and find it difficult to find something that doesn’t look chalky, but the colour match of this foundation is so good – I wear the Porcelain shade. It leaves a dewy finish but also has SPF50, which is an absolute gamechanger. Because I don’t like to wear heavy make-up when I’m not working, I use it all the time.” £25, Boots.com

Amuse La Bouche x KITRI Pink Geo Floral Cushion
“There’s this mad obsession right now on Instagram with clothes and interiors all being beige – it’s mind-boggling to me. I love bursts of colour that give a sense of personality when you walk into a home and the bold, clashing colours on this cushion are great. It’s frivolous and silly with the frilly edges; it feels really joyful.” £65, Kitri

Untamed by Glennon Doyle
“I come back to this book again and again. It’s about connection to the self and permission to be yourself. It’s wildly vulnerable, but very hopeful. Basically, it’s life lessons, but not in a preachy way. I remember reading it during lockdown and I sent it to so many people.” £14.99, Bookshop.org

Expanded by To Be Magnetic
“Hosted by a woman called Lacy Phillips, a lot of this American podcast is about neuroplasticity, wellness and manifestation with really interesting guests. I love episode 115 featuring Dr Joe Dispenza, where he talks about rewiring the brain, retraining yourself and awareness of thought patterns that can be changed.” Listen now on Apple Podcasts

M&S Cheese Tasters
“They’re not up there on wellness and they don’t look cute on Goop, but these are absolutely delicious. They can’t be good for you (they’re fluorescent orange) but they’re so good for the soul. Once I have one, they’re like Pringles – I have to nail the entire bag.” £1, Ocado


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Catch Jodie Comer’s magnetic West End debut – even if you missed out on theatre tickets

Not everyone makes the transition from British TV to Hollywood blockbusters and HBO dramas with electrifying ease – but not everyone is Jodie Comer. Until last month, however, her stage credits were limited to one 2010 role in a play at a Scarborough theatre. Now, the Liverpudlian actor has added ‘West End star’ to her CV, thanks to her critically-acclaimed turn in Prima Facie at the Harold Pinter Theatre. Suzie Miller’s one-woman play examines how the British legal system treats survivors of sexual assault, with Comer starring as Tessa, a barrister who starts falling apart when her personal and professional worlds collide.

Unsurprisingly, the play’s run is entirely sold out. But if you didn’t manage to get tickets, head to your local cinema instead – a live recording of Prima Facie will be broadcast across the UK on Thursday 21 July as part of National Theatre Live, with tickets on sale now. “We all know Jodie Comer is a great actor – her Emmy and two Baftas are testament to that – but I wasn’t prepared for how much her magnetic performance as Tessa would turn me inside out,” says Stylist’s entertainment director Helen Bownass. “When I saw the play, the audience sat in stunned silence for a beat after it ended, before a standing ovation. Many people were leaving the theatre unable – or unwilling – to hold back the tears and emotion.” Get ready for a truly unforgettable cinema trip. Thursday 21 July; times, prices and venues vary; primafacie.ntlive.com


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