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AW/13 Nail Trends

SABINA ROUSEAW13 Nail Trends

This AW13, be prepared for the most eclectic nail trends that have been seen in a while. Whilst more minimalist that velvet or caviar nails, these nail trends are definitely not ones to be underrated. Simple enough to try on your own at home without splurging on a professional nail job, but glamorous enough that they’ve been seen on every runway this season, your nails will be the making of your outfit this autumn.» >

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Body Shop Cleanser Cluster

BY ELLE TURNER
As an avid cleanser collector, I’m always on the lookout for a shiny new product to join my bulging skincare arsenal. Creamy cleansers, foaming cleansers, cleansing milks, you name it I’ve tried them… But until recently I’d never delved into the realms of an oil or a balm.
Though I’d had my eyes set on the Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm for some time, at a whopping £34 and with a student budget to consider, I could never reconcile myself to the idea of parting with that much money for a cleanser.» >

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Vampy Wearable Halloween Makeup by Jess Chambers

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BY JESS CHAMBERS

1. To begin, apply a foundation that is one shade lighter than your natural
skin colour – a flawless, pale base is essential for any kind of vampy-y (well,
vampire) look.
2. Next apply powder, a healthy glow is not an option, flawlessness is
essential!
3. Take a gold eyeshadow, (my personal favourite is MAC’s ‘Woodwinked’ as it
blends out into a pinky orange) and apply it all over the lid, right up to the
crease.» >

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Skincare at the Student Takeover by Francesca Farrow

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BY FRANCESCA FARROW

The Body Shop had some spectacular offers on beauty and skincare recently at the Student Takeover in the Oracle. One of my favourite products from this store is the Vitamin E Moisture Cream which definitely leaves your skin feeling lovely and soft. The great thing also is that it is suitable for all skin types, so whether your skin is dry or greasy this moisturiser works well on both.» >

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