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Getting a tattoo is a big commitment. It will be on your body for the rest of your life, so it's best to make sure you get one that you don't regret. As tempting as it may be, I would advise not getting a name, especially of a boyfriend because relationships change and nothing can ever be defined as 100% certain. • Think about the design. Do you want something simple or something detailed? The design you choose is the one you're stuck with so make sure you love it. Tattoo designs that are trending at the moment appear to be floral ones and animals. For example, how many celebs have a lion tattoo? Cough, cough, Cara Delevingne, Demi Lovato, Justin Bieber. • Do you want the tattoo to be in colour or black and grey? Again this depends on the design and whether colour would suit it or not. Make sure you know exactly what colours you're going to choose, even before you visit the tattoo shop. • It's better to plan rather than be spontaneous. Sure, spontaneous tattoos create funny memories and you can always laugh at them later on, but most spontaneous tattoos end in regret. Prime example (especially abroad) the tramp stamp. • Look at other designs for inspiration. If you're not entirely sure about how to design your tattoo or what you want it to look like, look at some designs online. Pinterest is especially good for this. After you've got some inspiration you can discuss what you want with your tattoo artist. This gives them more of an idea and makes it easier for them to come up with a design for you. • Think about cost. Depending on the size and how detailed the design is, tattoos can be expensive. Obviously, smaller, less detailed tattoos are cheaper, whilst tattoos that cover nearly your whole body will be very pricey. So, make sure you save up for your tattoo and more importantly decide how big you want it. • This is perhaps one of the main points to think about and that is deciding where on your body you want your tattoo to be. You need to also think about work and future jobs and whether the position of your tattoo will be acceptable for a particular role. The tattoos most easiest to hide will be on your legs (mainly thighs) and your back or chest. For smaller tattoos, you could think about getting one on your wrist or your foot. Remember a tattoo is for life, so don't just get one because it is coming up to Christmas!

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Its peak festival season, and time to sparkle! A festival is a lawless place where there are absolutely no rules, except one: you must wear glitter or a face tattoo. 


 Festival makeup should be worn loud and proud and as bold and bright as you like. There are different techniques on the scene. The first, is for the more minimalistic reveller, one colour around the eyes or a few stickers. Another method is stencilling a face tattoo, just be careful to keep it straight! And lastly, layering different sizes and colours for the ultimate effect. 

 Don’t forget to party without your glitter face on! Find our range of glitter dust and face tattoos below.

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Tom Hardy, our ba(n)e and #MCM, has just graced another cover for Esquire. And the shoot gives us all the feelings. Just look at those tattoos and that grin! 


In the interview he revealed that after losing a bet with Leonardo DiCaprio aka his Revenant co-star, he'll get the words "Leo knows everything" tattooed. Adding that "I haven't got it yet. It sucks. He wrote in this really sh*tty handwriting. I was like 'ok, I'll get it done, but you have to write it properly'." 

The issue is out tomorrow, so go get your hands on it, but until then see the super hot images above...

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Ryan Reynolds has just been made GQ's 'Man of the Year' and we couldn't be happier about it. His wit, sarcasm, intelligence and love for Blake means he has a very special place in our hearts. Read our highlights from his GQ interview below, and LOL at him interviewing himself as his 'twin brother' above...

"Why did it take Deadpool so long to happen? 

I've been on the train for 11 years trying to get it made. We did every iteration of that script we could to allow them to make the movie that looked vaguely like the movie we wanted to make.
  
You Trojan-horsed your Deadpool in through a regular superhero script. 

We thought, "Okay, if they let us do this, we'll actually shoot this and hopefully they won't notice." Once the test footage leaked, that created a groundswell of support. And the studio responded to that groundswell by saying, "Okay, here's the absolute bare minimum amount of money that we will give this character. Let us know when the movie's done." 

You played Deadpool in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, but it seemed like no one was happy with how that went. 

It was during a writers' strike, so all my dialogue in that movie I wrote. I mean, in the stage directions it just said, "Deadpool shows up, talks really fast, and makes a lot of jokes." At the beginning of that movie, that's pretty close to Deadpool's Wade Wilson—we're in the ballpark with that guy. But it completely departed all canon and reason, and he wound up being this abomination of Deadpool that was like Barakapool, with his mouth sewn shut and weird blades that came out of his hands and these strange tattoos and stuff like that. If you watch the movie, I'm actually playing only a small section, and another actor, this gifted stunt performer, is doing the lion's share of that work. The conversation at the time was "If you want to play Deadpool, this is your chance to introduce him. And if you don't want to introduce him in this fashion, we'll have someone else play him." 

That movie leaked online a month and a half before it was supposed to be released, and all these people saw it and were so upset about Deadpool. 

I was in Mexico with some friends, and I was called by the chief of the studio, who said, "You have to get on a plane right now. We need to re-shoot the very end of the movie." I was such a douche, because I was like, "I told you so." I still get angry, because I remember saying, "You know, there are more Deadpool fans out there than you realize, and they're not gonna be happy with this." I was met with a plausible reason, which was "We don't have enough time to develop a proper Deadpool suit and make him the fully realized version of the comic, so we're going with this." But I was like, "Then don't do it at all!" 

You've been obsessed with Deadpool for forever. You were literally talking about it when you were doing press for Green Lantern. 

It's like when your husband or wife is out there doing interviews and constantly batting their eyes about some other actor or actress—like, that's a problem. Right before I took Green Lantern, I wrote a letter to my executive at Fox saying, "I'm gonna take this movie Green Lantern if you guys aren't gonna make Deadpool. I'm at the altar, about to say 'I do' to somebody else, but tell me you want to spend the rest of your life with me, because I want to spend the rest of my life with you." And they said, "Unfortunately, we can't green-light that movie, and I don't think it's gonna ever get green-lit." So I was like, *Okay, I'm gonna go move on with my life, then, I guess.

It must have been unbelievably gratifying when Deadpool was a hit. When did you know? 

When the Thursday midnight numbers were so excessive that I just went, "Whoa." We made our production budget back on Friday. There's a certain vindication that comes with that, especially because the studio—granted, under different regimes—for years just kept telling us to go fuck ourselves sterile. 

Is Fox shoving money at you now? 

Are you insane? It's not like, "We really want to shoot this on $70 million," and they're like, "We insist: It's 150." That never happens, trust me. And the first time, it was almost like the more Fox took away from us, the stronger we got. There's two moments of the movie where I forget my ammo bag. That's not because Deadpool's forgetful. That's because we couldn't afford the guns that we were about to use in the scene. 

It sounds relentless. 

I felt like I was on some schooner in the middle of a white squall the whole time. It just never stopped. When it finally ended, I had a little bit of a nervous breakdown. I literally had the shakes. I went to go see a doctor because I felt like I was suffering from a neurological problem or something. And every doctor I saw said, "You have anxiety." 

But you are the film. 

It is genuinely like an alter ego I can turn on and off. 

Your life seems so good right now. Are you content, or are you like, "It's all downhill from here"? 

The needle doesn't move as much as you think it does—I really think that people just come down the chute a certain way. There's this idea that when somebody's just a miserable son of a bitch and they win the lottery, they're ecstatic for like six months, but when you catch up to them a year down the line, they're still a pessimistic person. And when a super-happy optimist loses everything in life, they just sort of figure it out and go back to their baseline. My baseline's pretty good, I think, aside from a few pretty intense anxiety hiccups over my life. I wouldn't say I'm quantifiably happier now than I was when I lived in my shithole studio apartment on Wilcox in Hollywood. I'm also old enough to understand what's an illusion and what's real, and that it's foolish to try to think that I can control anything from here on out. 

Very Zen. 

Undercut the Zen part with the same fears that everyone else has. But I wasn't a miserable fuck before I did this for a living, and I would hope that I would never turn into one, because I'm lucky. That's a Man of the Year quote right there. Jesus Christ. "

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Pretty Little Liars, the show which we've followed with baited breath for 7 years has wrapped up filming. Shay Mitchell has filmed an emotional goodbye to the show and her character Emily. 

Shay cries so much her eyelashes fall off, and we relate so much. Get the tissues at the ready for this final goodbye....

"To my sisters Ashley, Sasha, Lucy and Troian, we did it. We managed to stay close through seven years of high school and that will always be what I'm most proud of...The good, the bad, the beautiful, and the ugly, we were always there for each other, and I feel so incredibly lucky to know you all, and I will never forget what we had these last seven years". 

ALL THE FEELS! The girls even got matching tattoos to symbolise their time on PLL, so cute.

Watch the video above...

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Little Mix performed their new single this weekend, Shout Out To My Ex, which features some rather harsh lyrics, aimed at Zayn Malik. 


Perrie references Zayn in these lyrics "I hope she gettin' better sex, hope she ain't fakin' it like I did, babe". Ouch. It's bad enough getting told your moves in the bedroom aren't up to scratch, let alone in a song that millions will hear. That being said, it's a taste of Zayn's and Gigi's own medicine, for all the shade they've thrown before...

The Little Mix girls then go on to mention the tattoo Zayn had of her on his arm, which he's now covered up "guess I should say thank you, for the 'hate yous' and the tattoos, oh baby I'm cool by the way, ain't sure I loved you anyway".

The Little Mix girls have not held back. Perrie told Sugarscape earlier on this year that "We've been through a lot personally, emotionally and career-wise. Every aspect, we've wanted to just get off our chest and the best way to do it is with this album". Well, dayum girl, you've certainly done that...

These lyrics may sound bitter, which to be fair we all would be in her position, but in real life it doesn't seem like she's having a hard time moving on with Luke Pasqualino. The best way to get over someone is under someone, and all that! 

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As if getting face tattoos and starting fights wasn’t enough, Justin Bieber decided to up the action in his life by taking a tumble during a concert in Saskatoon, Canada. He fell whilst adjusting his trousers as he was about to leave the stage.


Thankfully, seconds later, the blonde singer surfaced, lugging himself back up onto the stage and reached for a nearby microphone. “Good thing I’m like a cat and landed on my feet” the shaken Justin said.

This isn’t the first time JB has taken a fall during a concert; this was actually his second mid-concert tumble of the year, after his slip-up during a performance in Kansas City, Missouri.

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With Glastonbury right around the corner, it's safe to say that festival season has officially kicked off in the UK! 

Despite the threatened washout, this year's line-up of festival acts are the stuff of dreams- Adele for Glastonbury, Justin Bieber making his only UK festival experience at V and current man of the moment, Craig David at Wireless. 

If this year's Coachella has taught us anything, it's that glitter, bindis and temporary tattoos are all major beauty trends for festivals this season, which is why we've given you the heads up in our edit below.

Don't worry about playing it safe- pile it all on and go; that's the festival way after all! Shop now...

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Victoria's Secret Angel Alessandra Ambrosio has added body art to her Ale by Alessandra line! Packed with boho inspired designs and a good dose of shimmer and sparkle, these silver and gold temporary tattoos are modelled by Ale herself. Simply scroll through our gallery to see!


Feel like trying out some temporary body art for yourself this summer? Available to shop in 1 click, scroll below for beautiful temporary tattoo designs by Seekers of the Sun and Karizma. These hot picks are perfect for festival season and flaunting at the beach!

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Coachella season is the perfect time for scrolling through endless inspiration lists of outfits! We've seen it all, done it all, and we've rounded up the cream of the crop. 


From brightly-tinted round sunglasses, to long fringed crossbody bags, to embroidered block-heel sandals, to golden bangles, to flash tattoos, you can shop for everything you need this summer! 

Grab a few key pieces, and soon you'll be turning heads, not just at music festivals, but on any sunny day.

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Happy Monday ladies, here's your daily dose of the lovely Becks!


In conjunction with a new exhibition titled David Beckham: The Man, GQ magazine have released five special edition covers for its March issue, celebrating the footballing icon. 

The various covers use archival photos shot by Nadav Kander, Inez and Vinoodh, Vincent Peters and Marc Hom, and feature Beckham’s famous Mohican haircut of 2001, his diamond earrings in the early days of his football career, and smouldering pictures featuring his wedding ring and famous tattoos. 

The exhibition at the Phillips Galleries will open on the 27th of February, and the images will be sold at a gala auction to raise money for 7: The David Beckham Unicef Fund and Positive View Foundation, both of which raise money to improve the lives of children.

Scroll through our gallery above and let us know which one is your favourite!

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