Cult Beauty: Smith’s Rosebud Salve & Eleven Miracle Hair Treatment

The third in our new Undone beauty series – Cult Beauty – which focuses on our favourite cult products for skin and hair…

Cult Beauty #3 notes:

Smith’s Rosebud Salve
This beautiful product was first launched in 1982, it’s family owned and run by a four-woman team. Apparently it was included in Grammy Awards gift bags and has loads of it-girl fans including Anne Hathaway and Santigold. It is designed to be used on lips but also on dry chapped skin. All of the lovely rose fragrance is derived from essential oils, there are no synthetics.

Apply on high points of cheekbones and eyelids for a glossy look, and when you’re finished rub the rest on your hands for extra nourishing.

Eleven Miracle Hair Treatment
This is the first product by Australian brand Eleven – the 11 benefits of the product gave the brand its name. It was originally created by stylists for shoots and runwayFor all hair types, its benefits include protection against heat, sunlight and chlorine.

Use as a leave-in treatment to repair your hair and control frizz.

Model: Asena at 62 | Hair, makeup and notes: Gabrielle Houghton | Photographer: A.B Watson |

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