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9 of the best buns in London: from Swedish kanelbullar to chocolate and cardamom

Despite our brief love affair with bread making in lockdown, it's safe to say that we mostly tend to leave the mixing, proofing and baking to the professionals these days. And for good reason. London is home to countless incredible bakeries that offer an array of sweet and savoury delights. From artisan sourdough to freshly baked croissants, there's a little something for everyone in the capital, but if you're after a sweet bake that can be enjoyed at any time of the day, there's nothing quite like a bun.  

Whether you crave Swedish kanelbullar (cinnamon buns) and kardemummaknutar (cardamom knots) flecked with sugar pearls or opt for American-style sticky glazed cinnamon rolls laden with spices, we're letting you know where to find the very best that London has to offer. 

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Does your foundation always disappear by 3pm? These 9 brilliant primers could help

When it comes to doing your make-up, countless professionals have told the Stylist beauty team the same thing: the key is a good base. But it's no secret that applying foundation can feel like a bit of a chore sometimes. Especially as, after finding the right formula for your skin tone, tracking down the right shade match and making sure it's evenly blended, it often feels like it disappears post-lunch.

But there are a host of tricks and tips you can use to improve the longevity of your make-up, and the key lies with prepping your skin. When you first approach your base, one important step is applying primer after your skincare has sunk in. Acting as a 'glue' between your skin and make-up, primer helps to to extend the life of your foundation – meaning it won't have slipped off your face entirely come 3pm. Of course, everyone's skin is different, so the best primer for you will depend on your skin type. To give you a helping hand, we're listing the best primers, from formulas for sensitive or blemish-prone skin to products to revive dull complexions.

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