Member Since 2010
Name: Tamzin Greenhill
Expertise: Interior designer and special projects editor at Elle Decor
Interests: Furniture, art, vintage clothing and jewelry, Physique 57 workouts and my daughter, Clementine.
Background: Born and raised in Notting Hill, London. Have lived in NYC for three years after moving to be with my then boyfriend, now husband.
Why did you curate Ric Pipino's Revolution in Cut hair care line and what do you love about it?
I adore Ric Pipino's Prime My Cut for my hair (which has long and shorter layers). It’s amazing to use a product that is actually made for your haircut. It literally tames my mane into shape without it feeling coated and sticky whilst making the most of my hair cut and keeping it looking in tip top shape even while it’s growing out. The Weekly Mask really is hair therapy—my hair is super fine and gets pretty fried from color and blowdrying, and this literally feels like a “hair lift.” My hair feels restored, youthful, shiny, bouncy and delicious—plus it’s sulphate-free.
Favorite meal: Shepherd’s pie.
Recent purchase: I recently purchased a steel and brass modernist coffee table made in Belgium in the 1970s by an artist called Fernand Dresse.
Hidden talent: I can do a one-handed cartwheel.
Book/film recommendation: Love's Executioner: & Other Tales of Psychotherapy by Irvin D. Yalom, and the classic movie Chinatown with Faye Dunaway and Jack Nicholson.
Restaurant recommendation: The Ivy, London
If I had $20 I would… Buy some popcorn and go and see a movie.
Transformative travel experience: Morocco it is where I fell in love with my husband.
Favorite neighborhood: Primrose Hill in London, where my mum lives.
Dream holiday: On a boat sailing around the Amalfi Coast.
If I could solve one problem it would be: To stop the melting of the polar ice caps.
I wish people cared more about: Being more respectful and polite to one another, especially here in NYC.
The world would be a better place if: There were no paparazzi, they are so gross.