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Autumn is finally upon us, and that means endless cosy nights in with your favourite Netflix series and plenty of time to pamper yourself. After a long summer of balmy nights and a few too many Aperol Spritzes, it’s probably about time you gave your skincare routine a refresh.


The sudden change in temperature can really take a toll on your complexion, so switch to a creamy cleanser that purifies your skin without stripping its natural oils and, as a result, drying it out – we recommend looking for a solution that doesn’t foam up.   

Hold back from using harsh daily toners and incorporate a soothing serum into your beauty line-up. Look for a milky plumping formula with aloe vera and vitamin C to replenish and revive your skin.  

Once the clocks go back, it’s all about getting an early night, so there’s no better time to step up your evening routine. Switch your lightweight moisturiser for a rich, hydrating night cream and let it works its magic while you sleep.   

Browse and shop the edit below for our favourite autumn skincare essentials…   

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Korean products have been dominating the beauty scene in the UK in recent years but for all the winning formulas and anti-ageing serums on the market, what you really need to know is how and when to use these products. Enter our ten-step guide to nailing your own K-beauty routine…  


1. Start with an oil-based cleanser. This is your heavy-duty starting point – oil helps to penetrate dirt and make up on the surface of your skin and give you a fresh base.  

2. Next opt for a foam-based cleanser. This second cleanse will ensure that your face is really clean so you can get to work on the next steps.   

3. Using an exfoliator more than two or three times per week can be a little intense for your skin so be sure to give your skin a break from this step every other day or so.   

4. Next realign your skin’s pH balance and calm any inflammation with a gentle toner.  

5. Then apply essence – a K-beauty essential. Essence is a concentrated formula that promotes cell regeneration helping to prevent the signs of ageing.   

6. For your next step you’ll want to apply your serum. Gently pat over your face.  

7. Follow with a collagen-boosting sheet mask for 20 to 30 minutes.  

8. Next apply a light eye cream to combat those lines and dark circles.  

9. Your penultimate step is a healthy slick of hydrating Korean moisturiser.  

10. And finally, who could forget sunscreen? Apply your SPF and you’re good to go.  

Want to try the perfect K-beauty routine for yourself? Shop our favourite Korean skincare products below…   

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Now that summer’s in full swing – well, more or less – we’re looking to our favourite beauty bloggers for new tips on how to get our glow on. Achieving the perfect sun-kissed make-up look is an art form and there are a few tricks you’ll need to know before you nail it. 

One of these beauty hacks is embracing the humble freckle. Freckles are unique, beautiful and should never be covered up – just take a hint from Meghan Markle who proudly makes hers the focus of her look, wherever she goes.

If you’re lucky enough to have a sprinkling of real freckles then opt for a foundation offering lighter coverage, a glowy primer or simple concealer to blend any redness or dark circles out while letting those freckles shine through.

Be sure to use a moisturiser or make-up with SPF and dot over any freckles you want to accentuate with an eyebrow pencil in a neutral shade.

If you don’t have freckles, worry not because it’s easy to fake it. For the perfect faux glow, all you’ll need are a few products. Just do your make-up as you usually would and make sure you have a smooth, well-moisturised base to work on.

Then, with a little brown eyeshadow, a pencil or a dab of concealer in a darker shade than your natural skin tone, dot a few clusters over the bridge of your nose and across your cheeks.

Start small and build up using a brush, depending on how subtle a look you want to go for. Finally, dust off with some setting powder and a little bronzer. To supercharge your look for summer, sweep a little gold-toned highlighter over the tops of your cheekbones and dot a little at the tip of your nose.

Ready to show off your freckles? Browse our edit of the best tools to achieve the look below… 

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Harsh weather, fumes and the stress of city life can weaken our defences and dry up the skin so protecting it is key. Luckily, anti-pollution beauty has arrived. So, for all you city dwellers, we've prepared a list of hacks and products to save your complexion, fight free radicals and get that much-desired glow. Anti-pollution beauty consists of purifying the skin and then  reviving it with great skincare and nutrition... 


Begin your routine with a great cleanser. Wash your face and then exfoliate to slough away dry, dead skin; you can use an AHA for this or a gentle scrub two or three times a week. 

Follow this with a charcoal mask charcoal is great at purifying the skin and ridding your face of city grime and dirt. Next, apply defence-boosting oils and glow-activating serums for that extra luminous effect. 

Finally, make sure you invest in a quality SPF and a daily moisturiser that will protect your skin against damaging UVA and UVB rays. Make-up containing an SPF is great for an extra barrier against sun damage too. 

Boost your inner beauty by indulging in a diet full of antioxidants like citrus fruit and berries, nuts and delicious avocados for Vitamin E. Vitamin E is great for fighting free radicals and promoting healthy cell reproduction. 

Be sure to incorporate lots of Omega 3 and fatty acids into your diet to help with this too. These are typically found in salmon, tuna and other oily fish. These vitamins and minerals are great for boosting your collagen production, giving you that healthy glow. 

Ready to try anti-pollution beauty for yourself? Shop our best finds in the edit below... 

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Although we’re loving the sunshine and are doing our best to enjoy it while it lasts, we always put our wellbeing first. UV rays can cause phenomenal damage to the skin so we never leave the house on a sunny day without sunscreen. 


Beauty editors everywhere will tell you it’s worth investing in a quality sunscreen, or at least a decent face cream with SPF, especially during the summer months. There are tons of great options available so if you’re not sure which brand to try, take a look at our list of favourites and their benefits below…  


A nourishing SPF 30 body spray, Mimitika’s sunscreen offering is super lightweight. While providing broad spectrum defence against UVA and UVB rays, it also contains a natural active ingredient to aid melanin production for a natural healthy tan and antioxidant-rich Vitamin E. It’s not tested on animals and is free from parabens, alcohol and allergens.


Infused with hibiscus, fig, aloe and chamomile, this non-greasy sunscreen is made with specially formulated sun filters offering protection between 20SPF and 30 SPF. With regular application it keeps skin feeling moisturised and protected all day long. It’s fragrance free, paraben free, PEG free and vegan.


Specially formulated for the face, this SPF 50 sun lotion shields skin without causing greasiness or staining your clothes. With an 87% natural formulation with Zinc and Titanium Oxide, Green Tea and Jojoba Esters, this sunscreen is free from denatured alcohol and won’t irritate or clog your pores.


Using a combination of zinc and titanium dioxide, this UV shield provides SPF30 broad spectrum protection without blocking pores. Omorovicza uses light-reflecting minerals to blur imperfections and give skin a matte finish. While some mineral-based formulas have a reputation for being thick or chalky, Omorovicza's uses silica spheres of titanium dioxide to smooth over the surface of the skin. 


A moisturiser and sunscreen in one, Jurlique’s UV Defence High Protection Lotion is a lightweight cream that offers SPF50 protection. Blending botanicals such as Chamomile and Echinacea to soften, smooth and hydrate skin, this non-sticky formula works very well under make-up and is suitable for all skin types.


A lightweight, oil-free cream offering sun and pollution protection, this lotion is best applied over your usual day cream and under your make-up. Containing antioxidants and organic cantaloupe melon grown in Provence, this sunscreen protects with SPF50, guards against bacteria and fights harmful free radicals too.

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It's a rare that bad lighting, the odd pimple or an eye make up mishap will keep us from uploading a selfie to Instagram. Thanks to an ever-evolving array of transformative filters and photo-editing apps. we’re able to creating perfect images in an instant. The latest craze in makeup is attempting to bridge the gap between the edit and reality. Your fave beauty bloggers are creating natural, luminous looks that can definitely get away with the #nofilter hashtag. 


Here's how to create that Face Tune result minus the photo-editing app… 

Customise your base 

In order to create a natural base all you need is to add a little moisturiser to your foundation. For an even dewier result add a cream with a lighter, luminescent tone and enjoy the glowing finish. 

Hold back on the concealer

It might be tempting to go crazy on the concealer considering you will not be applying much make up, but this will probably not help with your desired result. Avoid ashy under eyes and apply concealer sparingly. 

Go for natural shades 

Build up an army of neutral shades with alternative uses. Employ your eye shadow as a bronzer and smudge a glossy lip balm to give your cheeks a healthy glow. 

Enjoy the natural look 

Invest in low-key lashes and frame your face with bushy, boyish brows a lá Cara. 

Fluff your lipstick 

Matte lipstick in a natural shade is a huge trend. For a softer finish dampen a small fluffy makeup brush into your powder and use it to create a long lasting matte lip. 

Ready to rock your selfie sans filter? 

Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop all the #nofilter essentials from our exclusive edit below... 

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t's the ultimate superfood, so we have rounded up all the benefits for optimum health and beauty. Starting from the Maori community in New Zealand because of its great anti-bacterial and healing properties with celebrities such as Gwyneth Paltrow and Scarlett Johannson are big fans. Produced in New Zealand by bees that pollinate the Manuka bush, Manuka honey is viewed as one the most beneficial forms of honey. 


According to the experts to reap those Manuka honey benefits. you should take a dose of around 1-2 tablespoons per day and the easiest way to do that is straight from the jar. Pour it in your tea, or breakfast toast or yoghurt and see the benefits. 

FOR HEALTH 

Energy Booster 

Raw Manuka honey is your go-to food when you feel you need a bit of a kick to start your day or are feeling tired. 

Sore Throat 

Take a spoonful neat with warm water and lemon juice or just with warm water, when taken at the onset of a sore throat it can really help with prevention.

Improves Digestion 

Manuka helps with improving the health of your gut and diminishing bloating. It contains a natural pre-biotic which is amazing for the balance of the gut's good bacteria. 

Healing 

Manuka honey's healing properties and second to none making it a great all-around superfood. It has anti-viral properties and can be used to boost the immune system, help fight illness and improve skin conditions, soothes a sore throat and can be externally used on cuts wounds and ulcers. 


FOR SKIN 

There are numerous of brands using Manuka in their recipe because of the well-known healing properties. It's the perfect ingredient for curing acne and skin infections while it's also a great natural moisturiser that improves the skin's hydration. You can find many creams from sheet masks, to anti-cellulite lotions and face oils that employ Manuka honey for our benefit! Head to our expert edit and shop all of your favourite Manuka Honey products now.

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You can use it for everything from scars to hydration of dry skin. If you still do not have coconut oil in your house, with the following information you will not be able to resist. You can use it as a makeup remover, mouthwash, body moisturiser, cuticle oil, brush cleaner, lip balm and many other things, that is why it is a wonderful product Credits: Pinterest

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It's always a good time to start taking care of our skin. A comprehensive beauty routine can allow us to retain a youthful glowing skin for much longer. So what does that routine comprise of, you ask? Don't worry we have you covered! Read on for all the essentials you'll need.


Minimise those Pores 

The older we get the more expanded our pores likely to stay. Try a cleanser with salicylic acid that breaks down the oil in the pores. 

Try the Strip
 

In order to deflate and clean pores, you'll need some strips 

SPF 

Ageing skin's best friend is a broad-spectrum sunscreen with at least an SPF 30. Slather a great portion of SPF on your face and body. 

Beauty Sleep

According to research if you sleep at least 15 minutes earlier you're bound to shed a few lines off your eyes. The dark circles will diminish significantly if you add a few more minutes to your sleep. Extra tip: log off and avoid exercise before going to bed. 

Slather on the Antioxidants 

Try products containing caffeine, green tea, pomegranate, or Coenzyme Q10 for the best results! 

Retinol Wonder 

Retinol really does wonders for the fine lines but don't overdo it as it can increase sun sensitivity making you itch possibly. Instead, dab small portions or dilute them with plain moisturiser. 

Ready to shed a few years off? Shop your essentials from our expert edit below!

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Whether for business or pleasure, we're flying more than ever and our questions for the women who board and disembark each flight looking nothing less than exceptional only keep growing.


There are models, editors and industry mavens who are more than happy to share their in-flight beauty tricks but to keep things simple, we've summed up some of the most efficient: 

Cleanse your skin before starting any beauty routine. 
To avoid dehydration, sensitivity and tired skin, don't forget to cleanse. Your skin will thank you at the end of the trip.  

Don't load up on make-up to wear throughout the entirety of your flight 
Once cleansed, moisturise to stay fresh-faced with supple, hydrated skin. Treat your lips to some first-class service Moisturise often your dried-out air-con lips with a rich lip balm. 

Save bag space for things that'll stave off boredom  
If you're on a long haul flight, choose what you pack with care (we recommend iPad, headphones, books etc), avoid bringing your entire make-up collection to touch up with before reaching your destination. Load up retractable brushes with bronzer and brush prior to leaving home!  

Give your hair the care it deserves 
Compact Tangle Teezers and dry shampoo are your new best friend! Get some help for a stress-free flight Essential oils can help you restore your energy and sleep better, for a natural glow at disembarking. 

And last, but not least... Drink all the water you can! 
Aim for at least 1/2 liter per hour on board. 

With all products available in 100ml or less, shop below for everything from cleansing wipes to heavy duty moisturisers and dry shampoo to quick-fix make-up items!  


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Meghan Markle has been in the fashion watch for the past few months as expected. Whether it's her Burberry coat, her welly boots, beret hat or Strathbery bag it's no surprise those products will sell out as soon as she's snapped sporting them. 


And while when it comes to her fashion sense her preference leans towards British designers, when it comes to make up she goes for Italian and Giorgio Armani to be exact. In an interview with Refinery 29, Lydia Sellers, Markle's make-up artist for two years before the Suits star moved to the UK revealed her affinity for Giorgio Armani's Luminous Silk Foundation. 

In that interview, Sellers revealed that Markle was very "in the know" about beauty and she could instantly tell which products she liked and which she didn't. She was also a fan of a light foundation that would let her freckles shine through. One of the ways to achieve this is by blending it with your moisturiser for an even lighter effect that leaves the skin to breathe and glow. 

This product is an all-round Bestseller with amazing reviews online! Get your perfect shade from our expert edit below and let your skin shine!#222222; background-color: transparent"> 

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Christy Teigen's Best Kept secret is coconut oil and she's not the only coconut connoisseur. You may have tried to employ coconut oil in the kitchen or even enjoy it as part of your bath shower routine. However, the healing and nourishing benefits of coconut have made it an all-around beauty favourite. Try it to moisturise your skin and remove your make up or add a few spoonfuls of coconut butter in a smoothie or dessert. There are many ways in which you can incorporate coconut into your daily routine. Now you can discover how you can make the most out of nature's purest ingredient to improve your wellness and nutrition. 

BODY OIL 

Apply the solid creamy textured coconut oil and get the perfect light moisturiser. Just slather a small portion on your body after leaving the shower and it will be enough to give you soft skin that glows. Add a few drops of peppermint or almond oil and get the royal spa treatment. 

HAIR MASK 

While in the shower apply a coconut oil mask and leave it for 15 minutes or longer if you have dry and damaged hair. For a more natural approach try melting your coconut oil by placing the jar under hot water. The mask will instantly moisture hour tired locks and give them extra shine and endurance. 

UNDER THE EYES 

Our skin under the eyes is quite thin and delicate which is why it's the first facial part that shows signs of ageing. It's also very prone to fine lines, puffiness and dark circles. If you want to avoid spending a hefty sum of money on a very costly cream then invest in coconut oil. After all, Emily Weiss founder of Glossier admitted that more expensive doesn't necessarily mean more effective. Attention: Coconut oil is comedogenic so be aware if you're suffering from acne. 

HEALTHY FAT 

Although coconut oil is perfect for those late night stir fries when it comes to nutrition go for coconut butter. It's thicker in texture which makes it perfect to spread on toast. You can also use it when making healthy smoothies or as topping for berries. Both coconut oil and coconut butter have both nutritional and metabolism-boosting properties that are amazing for your immune system and for your skin. They are though high in nutritional value, so don't overdo it. 

Are you ready to incorporate coconut oil into your everyday routine? Shop the best coconut oil infused products from our edit below and add points to your wellness. 

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