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‘Discover what’s hot this month in the world of health and beauty – and don’t miss your chance to win a Father’s Day makeover for your dad’ Helen Daly, Editor
Forget lippy in a bullet – there’s a new beauty hero you need to know about! Liquid lipstick, made famous by Kylie Jenner, is now the most-Googled lip trend. Lightweight, pigment-rich and moisturising, our favourites are the gorgeous New Barry M Matte Me Up Lip Kits, £6.99/699 points each (we love Runway), which also come with a lip liner. The colour glides on like an absolute dream and stays put all day. We’re hooked!
Move over Tinder, there’s a new dating app in town… with health benefits. Sweatt* helps to pair users based on things such as their favourite exercise, how often they work out, and even their diet. And it could be good news for more than your love life: a recent study found a new fitness buddy can encourage you to exercise more – particularly if your partner is emotionally supportive. Let’s get physical!
Next time you’re feeling frazzled, reach for a bottle. No, not one of those bottles (tsk!) – we’re talking shampoo, This Works Stress Check Hair Elixir, £25/2,500 points (80ml), releases a comforting lavender-based fragrance every time you swoosh your tresses. And because everyday stresses may also make dandruff worse, you might want to try Head & Shoulders Clinically Proven Solutions Anti-Dandruff Shampoo, £7.99/799 points (250ml), too.
Check out Boots.com – it has had a spring-clean and is more user-friendly than ever! Whether you’re browsing from your sofa or on the go with your mobile, it’s even easier to navigate, check out and see those all-important Advantage Card points adding up. Don’t just take our word for it, take a look here.
…people worldwide are thought to suffer from lower back pain. Don’t take it lying down, though! Staying active can help with symptoms, and physical activities such as a gentle walk or a slow swim can help produce natural painkilling chemicals – seriously wow! Still suffering? Consider Voltarol Emulgel P**, £7.49/749 points (50g), which can relieve pain in the affected area. Contains diclofenac diethylammonium; always read the label.
Treat him to a session at London barber Johnny’s Chop Shop, plus goodies, all worth over £600
Make your dad feel special just in time for Father’s Day (*sets an iCal alert for Sunday 18 June*) with a groom-over at Johnny’s Chop Shop in London. The American-style barbershop, just off iconic Carnaby Street, is offering a haircut, style and beard trim or shave, all worth £82, for one lucky gent (plus, up to £150 towards travel costs).
He’ll also get a year’s supply of Johnny’s Chop Shop products, worth £396, to keep his fuzz fabulous and his hair slick. The goodies include the highly rated Hair Pomade and the famed smoothing Beard Oil. What’s more, 22 runners-up will each win goodie bags of 11 grooming products, worth £66. The closing date for entries is midnight on 25 April 2017.
• Values of prizes are correct at time of going to press.
• The winners will be notified by 17 May 2017.
• Online winners will be notified by email. This must be acknowledged by the winner, by email, within 72 hours. Failure to respond to this email means an alternative winner will be selected from all valid entries received.
• Prizes will be delivered by 14 June by recorded delivery.
• Responsibility will not be accepted for the loss, delay or damage to prizes while being delivered.
• Entrants will be deemed to have accepted these rules and to agree to be bound by them.
• We will not pass on your personal details to any other organisation without your permission, except for the purpose of awarding the prize if necessary.
• The judge's decision is final. No correspondence will be entered into.
• The promoter of the prize draw is Boots UK Limited, 1 Thane Road, Nottingham NG90 1BS.
• The name and region of the winners may be obtained by writing to the following address after 17 May 2017: Boots Health & Beauty Magazine, Bankside 3, Redwood, 90 Southwark Street, London SE1 0SW.
• Boots.com/Redwood London reserve the right to amend and/or withdraw the prize draw at any time without prior notice.
Helen's Fashion Week heroes…
The make-up artists’ latest favourite is the New St. Tropez Instant Tan Finishing Gloss, £12/1,200 points (100ml), which goes on like a dream and gives my skin a believable bronzy sheen.Coming soon
I love the messy texture that John Frieda Beach Blonde Sea Waves Sea Salt Spray, £6.99/699 points (150ml), gives my hair – it makes me feel truly runway-ready!Add
Give lips a slick of PapayaGold Paw Paw Moisturising Balm, £5.99/599 points (25g), to keep them hydrated and create a subtle shine.Add
Photography Elise Dumontet, Jason Lloyd-Evans, Getty Images, Pixeleyes.
*Available to download for free from the iPhone app store. **Available from 20 February.
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Editor Helen Daly Associate editor Julia Martin Acting associate editor Jessica Powell Group art director Louisa Edge Art director Chris Carus Picture editor Francisco Ludovico Chief sub-editor Carrie Sizer Acting chief sub-editor Martina Walsh Acting deputy chief sub-editor Danielle Richardson Features director Danielle Hine Features writer Charlotte Grant-West Beauty director Donna Francis Beauty writer Abbie-Joelle Skliarsky Business director Georgie Eley Account director Sophie Horne Account Manager Lily Horton Commercial director Ian Anderson Advertising director Michelle Daburn Advertising managers Kelly During, Naomi Spence Advertising account manager Freddie Faulkner Print project manager Mel Clarke Publishing lead Adrian Farr For Boots Katie Barber, Katie Harrison and Fiona Lakin With thanks this issue to: Terri Doyle, Keith Drummond, Marc Gadian, Kate Lauer, Jimm Leaf, Lucy Moore, Chris Morley, Susannah Parker, Jill Tipping, Fiona Ward