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There’s no better time than a national lockdown to test out the coolest new skincare/makeup/hair trends and snazzy innovations in beauty tech from the comfort of your own home. That said, there’s nothing more frustrating than spending upwards of £100 on a snazzy new hair treatment or at-home facial system, only to find out it
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After a year that’s tested way more than just the limits of our Wi-Fi, wellness has taken on an even greater role in our health and wellbeing – delivering a much-needed feel-good factor and, let’s be honest, some even more needed coping strategies for everyday life. And that’s exactly why we’ve chosen to celebrate the
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Subscription boxes reign supreme as the ultimate gift that keeps on giving – whether that’s for yourself (guilty) or a loved one. Although we’ve already revealed the best beauty subscription boxes and coffee subscription services, we thought it high time we revealed the best subscription boxes with UK delivery, whatever you want to find inside.
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For many years, the cosmetics industry as a whole has been primarily targeted towards white people, with treatments marketed as addressing predominantly Caucasian skin concerns. By doing so, there was an underlying assumption that Black people don’t want or need injectable treatments like dermal fillers and Botox and as a result, they were largely left
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It’s a new dawn, it’s a new day, it’s a new life… and organic apple essence just doesn’t quite make the cut anymore. Since hand-sanitiser became the headlining product of 2020, anti-bac and bleach has become an integral part of our lives. Out of necessity, we’ve had to readjust our focus – and our beauty
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As we find ourselves in yet another lockdown, many of us are looking for ways to cope with the myriad mental health implications – loneliness, health anxiety, financial insecurity. It’s no wonder then that many of us turn to drinking. In fact, a recent study from Drinkaware found that 26% of us drank more alcohol during
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After years dealing with microaggressions working in corporate spaces as a content writer, Escher Walcott took the plunge in 2017 into a freelance career, free from discriminatory judgement in the office that left here feeling anxious and insecure. ‘Your hair looks like pubes’: The microaggressions that have shaped my life as a black woman “You
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If there’s anything that’s going to get us through lockdown – or any future periods of self-isolation – it’s Netflix. The streaming giant kept us well and truly entertained through the last two national lockdowns and now, it’s announced its full movie slate of original films for 2021 as well as the fact it’ll be dropping
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