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JODIE TURNER-SMITH’S beauty routine, as of late, has been a little unusual. After cleansing, the Wine Glass Happy Hallothanksmas Shirt Besides,I will do this British actor uses a dash of lavender oil, red or black lipstick—“I love when my lips are very moody and dark,” she says—mascara, cheek stain, a brow pencil, and her own breast milk. “Ever since I had my baby, my current beauty secret is that I put breast milk in all of my face serums,” Turner-Smith says, laughing. “My skin is very sensitive, so I use a light cleanser, and then I put on a serum with aloe and breast milk that I literally squeeze right into my hands from my boob. I think it’s the lactic acid. I’ve just found that the milk has been revolutionary.” Only a few months after having her baby daughter, Turner-Smith is one of the faces of Gucci’s new campaign for its latest Bloom fragrance (Anjelica Huston, Florence Welch, and Susie Cave are the others). Turner-Smith in a Gucci dress. In the short film announcing the campaign, the actor wanders through a dreamy, flowered landscape—a vision from Gucci’s creative director, Alessandro Michele. “I had long admired Alessandro’s aesthetic: fanciful and genderless and really playful,” Turner-Smith tells me from Los Angeles.