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Always always always freaking out about what to wear? Wanna look hella good without having to rifle through your tent for an hour and a half? The solution is simple - pack a jumpsuit!


Jumpsuits are for business AND pleasure; whether you're out to get festival style snaps for your blog or simply there to get hammered, there's a jumpsuit out there (namely from our edit teehee) to float your boat.

From all black to floral and utility to colour pop, we've also lined up kooky patterned jumpsuits and sexy chiffon to cover all bases ;)

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Everyone has a 'first time they shaved' story, a quick ask around the office proved this. Mine was a standard steal your Dad's razor and end up looking like you ran through a rose bush. Ouch. Others had tales of using hair removal cream and burning their top lip, or using sandpaper (don't ask). Another did the fateful dry shave, and someone else tried using duct tape. LOL.

Although since those early tween days we've all got the hang of using a razor, there's still no definitive answer over which hair removal process is best. 

You obviously don't have to remove your hair, we're all human and naturally have it- but if you prefer to, then read on because we've set out the pros and cons of waxing, shaving and epilating.

Shaving Camp 

This is what most people start off using, which starts the whole darn vicious cycle off. Because once you shave the hair grows back thicker and faster, leaving you wishing you'd never started. 

Pros

1. Cheap. This is a big reason for a lot of people choosing to shave. Razors can be picked up for a pound and a good one for under a tenner. All you then need is a good cream or gel, skintimate is a great option.

2. Quick. It fits easily into your shower routine, unlike epi or waxing which take longer. 

3. Can be done pretty much anywhere. Forgot to shave your armpits and wearing a sleeveless dress? Pop into the nearest bathroom, splash of water and a quick save, taadaa. 

4. Least painful of all the methods, which is always a massive plus!

Cons

1. The hair grows back sooo quickly. After one day your legs are back to feeling like cactuses.

2. Can often cause ingrown hairs, shaving bumps, cuts and rashes. Not the smooth dolphin-esqu feel you desired.

3. Hair regrow thicker and quicker. Boooo. Thumbs down. 

4. Although it is cheap, you do have to replace razors frequently (unlike an epi which will last years).

Waxing Camp

Pros

1. Waxing is the best long-term solution as it lasts between 2-6 weeks. So it may take a little bit of time one evening, but then you don't have to think about it for a month. Ideal.

2. It's a pretty effective method to remove larger areas of hair, larger strips = larger surface area.

3. You won't get that stubble feeling that shaving often leaves, waxing gets it all off. YAS!

4. Pain (apparently) diminishes over time. Not convinced by this fact. 

Cons

1. If you can't bare waxing your own body, which I don't blame you, it's quite a sadistic ritual, then professionals can get expensive.

2. DIY kits are dangerous. We've all burnt ourselves using them. Ouch. 

3. Time-consuming, can take up to an hour. Ain't nobody got time for that. 

4. It hurts. When people say it doesn't they're lying. Either that or I'm a wimp. It's probs the latter. 

Epilating Camp

Pros

1. Cheaper than going to the salon, plus you avoid that awkward moment of a complete  stranger staring at your hoohaar. 

2. After using an epilator for a few moths, the hair thins out. Which is one of the biggest plus point to this method.

3. No minimum length, unlike with waxing. So you don't have to grow it out and walk around like a wooly mammoth for the week leading up to your salon appointment.

4.Time. It's pretty speedy compared to waxing, and you only need to do it every few weeks.

Cons

1. Pain. I'd compare it to lots of tiny electric shocks. Not necessarily any worse than waxing pain wise, but definitely not better. 

2. Ingrown hairs. They happen with shaving and sometimes can when epilating, a good way around this is to exfoliate before you use it. 

3. Pricier than shaving in the short-term, an epilator usually costs around 60 quid. But over the years an epilator will save you money- peaks and troughs. 

4. You have to use it for a while before the hair starts to thin, so it will be a little time consuming for the first few months. 

The winner? 
Based on the aforementioned facts I'd say the epilator, but that just depends on your pain tolerance and what you can handle!


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#free#runs#tiffany#&#co #ootd

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Sequins on sequins on sequins. There's no better excuse than the festive period to wear every embellished item you own, and to shop new dazzling beauties. 

We love Free People's pink sully sequin dress, Topshop's sequin romper and so many other pieces. Our Editor has curated the ultimate edit of sequin statement styles, that you need in your wardrobe... 

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What would make your day right now? How about an EXCLUSIVE deal? We're offering you 20% off your most wanted products AND free delivery. 


Just to repeat... a whopping 20% off PLUS free delivery on your favourite products, but (and here's the catch) it's for a limited time only. Ends Sunday 6th September at midnight. 

So you better hurry, because the clock is ticking....

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You can never go wrong with Free People's must-have garments. Feminine and bohemian, such a gorgeous combo, don't you think? Free your spirit with Free People. Check the list below!

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Need to make your pad presentable before the in-laws descend upon your home for the holidays? Take advantage of Made.com's offer for free delivery on all purchases before it's too late!

Feed the masses at the Bramante Sqaure Extending Dining Table as family members make themselves comfortable on Braga Dining Chairs. When it's time to entertain, simply move them over to the minimalistic Vittorio sofa!

Hosting this month's book club? The Kubrick Wing Back Chair in candy pink will bring a smile to the face of any yummy mummy- especially when sipping drinks from the Fass Coffee Table...

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The sun is shining, it's nearly the weekend and we have decided to make your day even better with FREE delivery on all the products below!

That's right, you can get our beauty and accessory must-haves with no P&P whatsoever until next Wednesday at midnight. 

So, by our calculations that's six whole days to shop up a storm! Make sure you snap up the St. Tropez gradual tan in shower lotion- it's been called the product of the season for a reason and it's being featured everywhere right now. 

Bag it on Shopcade right now for under a tenner, but make sure you're quick, as it won't be around for long!

Other gems in our fab offer include statement clutch bags from LACAMBRA, & Other Stories and Coast, plus some gorgeous jewellery that will complete any wedding outfit with style.

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Celebs are used to getting all made up for the red carpet, photoshoots and in some cases for Instagram (you know who you are!) so it's super refreshing when you catch sight of them without makeup, looking happy, natural and content.


We've rounded up the best makeup free pics this week, which show that really, celebs are just like us... well, except for the millions in the bank, an endless wardrobe and bodies to die for that is. 

Beyonce: Yes, this may have a filter on it, but there's no denying Bey is a top bae here; a natural beaut if ever we saw one.

Candice Swanepoel: We're assuming she's just got out of the pool here, but looks no less beautiful and tanned. Sigh. 

Suki Waterhouse: Altogether now... Aww! Looking oh so cute and youthful in this snap, she is a great role model for natural beauty. 

Rihanna: She's only a baby really, but she's been around for so long it's easy to forget how young RiRi really is. We love this pic; stripped of makeup she looks fab. 

Behati Prinsloo: To be fair, Behati goes makeup free a lot and always manages to look absolutely gorgeous. We would be jealous, but she's just so darn nice. 

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You are chronically early. Always. Even when you're going somewhere to meet friends who you know will be late. You spend your life waiting for people and events to start. The struggle is real. Here's 20 things you know if you're always early: 


1. Pretending to be on your phone is a constant thing you do. 

Waiting outside the cinema, sitting in a restaurant alone or hanging around at train stations is something that happens on the daily for you. In order to look busy, so people don't bother you while you wait, you often find yourself pretending to text. 

2. You lie when people ask you how long you've been waiting. 

"Only two mins, not a biggie" you blurt out. When in reality you arrived 15 minuets before the designated meeting time, and because no-one else is as time conscious as you they arrive 5 minuets after the arranged time. Minuets feel like hours. 

3. You set 100 alarms. 

Even though you don't have a single memory of ever being late, you can't imagine anything worse. Thus, you set an alarm 1 hour before you need wake up and then every 5 minuets after that. Lie-ins are as mythological to you as mermaids. 

4. Going on a night out? You are ready hours before anyone else even arrives. 

Drinks are at 9, so you start getting ready at 7, even though you only take 20 minuets. You then sit their twiddling your thumbs and texting everyone asking what their current locations are. 

5. Ordering a taxi feels like an operation. 

The rest of your friends believe in being fashionably late, so trying to organise a taxi for the night out always ends up being a debate. You want to leave at 8.45, they want to leave at 9.15. Ugh, the anxiety is real. 

6. You obsessively map out routes. 

Got a meeting? One plausible route isn't good enough, you google maps every possible option. Then write it down on a piece of paper incase your phone dies. And then leave an hour earlier then you needed to. 

7. Coffee shops are your BFF. 

Many an hour has been spent in Starbucks, using the free wifi, waiting for an acceptable time to arrive at your destination. 15 minuets early is professional, but you're aware that 45 minuets is just plain weird. 

8. You bond with other chronically early people. 

A new friend turns up 10 minuets early to the bar, and both your faces light up. Everything happens in slow motion because you're both so ecstatic to find a kindred spirit. 

9. You massively help your chronically late friends get better at time keeping. 

They will find it annoying to begin with, but after a while they'll see the benefits of being early - or on time, at the very least. 

10. Arriving "on time" feels like arriving late to you. 

You got a later bus, you panic the whole journey and text your boss an SOS "I'm going to be late" text. You turn up exactly on time, with a couple of minutes to spare. You wonder why you don't get up later every day, and tell yourself you'll make it a habit. But you never do. 

11. You work at least 30 minuets every day for free. 

You start at 9am, but in your head that means 8.30 am. Because everyone else in the office is normal, and you know, don't want to come to work early, no-one ever knows what time you turn up. A blessing, because you're kinda embarrassed about it. 

12. Being actually late feels like the end of the world. 

You completely lose your sh*t. Think that your friends won't want to speak to you ever again or that you are definitely fired. When in reality, everyone knows it's a one off and that you have no control over public transport being delayed. ALL the stress. 

13. Your friends now know you are going to call/arrive at the EXACT minuet you arranged. 

11.30 means 11.30, not 11.33. Capiche? 

14. It isn't even about being early, it's about avoiding being late at any means necessary.

You don't want to be 45 minutes early to your hair appointment, but the idea that you could miss the time slot means this is just something that inevitably happens. 

15. Flights are extremely stressful. 

The airport tells you to arrive 2 hours early, which is more than enough time but you have been known to turn up 5 hours early. No shame, there's now way you're missing out on a holiday.

There can be a lot of positives to always being early, it's responsible and respectful. It shows commitment and reliability. Which is why people probably talk more about always being late as a problem, because being early isn't inconvenient for anyone but yourself. 

There are a number of reasons why you are always early, some are positive and others not so much. Satiama University found that if punctuality was a value taught to you as a child, then you are likely to continue applying this principle through to later life. On the flip side, it could mean you have anxiety. If you're anxious about being late, it is probably a trigger related to a larger issue- dealing with the larger problem, possibly through therapy, may mean you can get many of the hours you've lost waiting around or obsessing over being early back. That being said, being early is also a trait that many type A personalities - have which could mean you're a natural leader!

Always being early has its swings and roundabouts, sometimes it's a positive thing that shows your reliability, other times it can become an obsession. Trying to figure out which side of the line you are on could really help improve your life! 

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Getting ready for a wedding can be daunting! So, we've got the perfect tips and tricks for you! 


1. Go for a simple quick base: concealer around the eyes, nose and chin, followed by good smear of compact! 

2. Use a cream shadow to contour. Highlight brows with white. 

3. Finish off with a bit of blush and swipe of lipstick. Three simple steps, one effective look that works for every kind of outfit! 

Fuss-free = Elegant! 

Click on the tutorial to get started! You're welcome.

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As Hunger Magazine's latest covergirl, model Charlotte Free has traded her statement pink hair and donned Chanel's Cruise line instead, starring in a film by Hunger for Chanel in which she plays a real life video game.

The video is directed by Hunger creative director Vicky Lawton and features an electro beat soundtrack as Charlotte navigates an obstacle course not dissimilar to those in some of our favourite retro platform games!

Shop below to steal her style from the Hunger cover shoot and scroll right to see Charlotte at PFW just gone...

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