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‘The latest buzz in health and beauty plus your chance to win a luxe spa set worth £200!’ Helen Daly, Editor
The must-have tool to nail the AW17 trends? A new-gen foundation brush. ‘Whatever the look, you’ll need a smooth base,’ says make-up artist Sam Chapman from Pixiwoo. ‘And by applying foundation with a brush, rather than your fingers, you’ll get a seamless, un-cakey finish.’
HOW TO CHOOSE
‘To get full coverage, a brush with firmly packed bristles blends liquids and creams best,’ says Sam. ‘For a natural finish, go for soft, silky bristles, which add a subtle wash of foundation.’
A CLEAN SWEEP
For a contoured look: Estée Lauder Sculpting Foundation Brush*, £38/3,800 points
Use with powder: New Real Techniques B03 Soft Complexion Brush, Boots Exclusive £22/2,200 points
High-performance cover: YSL Le Teint Touche Éclat Y-Brush*, £33.50/3,350 points
Gives a natural glow: No7 Foundation Brush*, Boots Exclusive £14/1,400 points
*Available in selected stores.
The buzzword has over 42 million hashtags on Insta – so it’s no surprise vegan haircare is the new obsession. We’re talking products that contain no parabens, sulphates or silicones, so there’s less chance of the build-up that can weigh hair down. Our pick for bouncy locks? New Maui Moisture Revive & Hydrate + Shea Butter Hair Mask, £8.99/899 points (340g), which has nourishing aloe vera juice as its main ingredient. For coloured hair, Infuse My. Colour Copper Wash Shampoo, £13.95/1,395 points (270ml), adds peachy tones to bleached tresses.
Date for your diary: BBC Children in Need appeal night on Friday 17th November. And don’t forget this is the merch on offer this year at Boots.
1. These cute Pudsey and Blush bears have glow-in-the-dark ears and special adoption certificates in a presentation box. New Adopt A Bear Pudsey and Blush £10 each.
2. Perk up your keys with this on-trend New Pompom Style Keyring†, £3.50.
3. Wear your New Pudsey Pin Badge†, £1, with pride, on every outfit.
4. This pair of New Blush Glow-In-The-Dark Ears†, £2.50, will help you Go Bright For BBC Children in Need.
Both suck, but there’s a big difference. Here’s how to tell them apart…
ACHES AND PAINS
Cold: Sometimes, slight Flu: Often; can be severe
Cold: Rare Flu: Struggle to get out of bed
FEVER AND SWEATING
Cold: Unusual Flu: Usual for temperature to rise between 38 and 40°C
Newsflash: Research shows vitamin D may help reduce the risk of respiratory tract infections. Oily fish is a good source, but as we get most of the vitamin from the sun, a supplement of vitamin F should be considered in autumn and winter.
We have 10 luxe spa sets up for grabs, each worth £200
The darker evenings of autumn give us the perfect excuse to snuggle up at home and indulge in some me-time. And if you’re one of the winners in our free prize draw, you’ll have the chance to transform your bathroom into a pampering haven with a luxury hamper.
Each prize features a Liz Earle Eucalyptus and Rosemary Botanical Candle* that will help you chill out quicker than you can say ‘spa-aah’, plus a fluffy white bathrobe, a plush bath towel and a soft face flannel. You can then treat your complexion to goodies from Simple – each set contains Water Boost Micellar Cleansing Water and Water Boost Hydrating Booster, plus Kind To Skin Hydrating Cleansing Oil, Kind To Skin Cleansing Facial Wipes, Kind To Skin Dual Effect Eye Make-up Remover, Kind To Skin Soothing Facial Toner and Kind To Skin Hydrating Light Moisturiser. Pampered skin in the comfort of your own home… you can thank us later!
The closing date for entries is midnight on 24 October 2017.
*Never leave a burning candle unattended
My Autumn Feel-Good Fixes
Uplifting buys to perk up the darker days…
With warming notes of vanilla and neroli, this soft, comforting fragrance is perfect for a cosy night at the pub. Emporio Armani Because It’s You, £66/6,600 points (50ml, edp)Add
When the central heating gets cranked up, my fine, colour-damaged hair pays the price. Cue this super-light but ultra-nourishing hair treat. L’Oreal Paris Elvive Extraordinary Oil Oil-In-Cream, £6.99/699 points (150ml)Add
I love a matte lipstick, but I don’t like the drying effect – which feels 10 times worse at the chilly time of year. This is the answer: great colour, plus a fantastic hit of hydration, and no shimmer in sight. Revlon Super Lustrous Matte Lipstick , £7.49/749 pointsAdd
Photography Dennis Pedersen, Elise Dumont, Getty Images, Pixeleyes
*BBC Children in Need, August 2017; bbc.co.uk/pudsey. †Available in selected stores. Boots Advantage Card points cannot be redeemed on, or used to purchase, these products.
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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