Cult Beauty in the press

Cult Beauty in Madame Figaro, zut alors!

Ils ont raison les Francais! The top-selling weekend supplement Madame Figaro has featured Cult Beauty in a piece about cool beauty found in London, Beautyblender and Golden Emu Oil were their stand out products from the site. As well as a lovely piece on Linda Pilkington, founder of Ormonde Jayne.

Madame Figaro is a credit to French journalism and society in general, focusing on much more intellectual themes and subjects than ‘femail-focused’ titles over here (Kerry Kantona’s latest breakdown anyone??). They profile and celebrate women made famous through achievements in the sciences and politics as well as acting and modeling and don’t flinch at putting a 40/50/60 year old on the cover without it being a themed ‘age’ issue. The Achilles heel, where is it?…you might ask…fat. Women are allowed to be anything and everything, except generously proportioned in Figaro’s world. alexia inge

Verity Douglas

Verity Douglas

Content Editor

Cult Beauty’s Content Editor and a Cult Beauty OG, Verity loves nothing more than the marriage of language and lip balm. A quintessential Libran, she’s a self-professed magpie for luxury ‘must-haves' and always pursuing the new and the niche — from the boujee-est skin care to cutting-edge tech. Balancing an urge to stop the clock with her desire to embrace the ageing process (and set a positive example for her daughter), Verity's a retinol obsessive and will gladly share her thoughts about the time-defying gadgets, masks and treatments worth the splurge...