Fashion

Because there’s 100% a flat iron for you Hair comes in all different colours, lengths, textures and frizz levels, which means that—like the locks they style—one size doesn’t fit all when it comes to styling tools. That’s especially true of hair straighteners. Whether you’re trying to smooth über thick hair (lucky, but we understand the hardship!), attempting to tame a halo of ever-present frizz, or hoping to straighten your luscious curls for a switch-up to
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It looks like tennis genes weren’t the only things Serena Williams passed down to her daughter Alexis Olympia … the mini-Serena also clearly got her mom’s sense of style too!!! Olympia — who was on the court Thursday for tennis practice — rocked the kid’s version of the 1-legged pink, red and black catsuit Serena wore at February’s Australian Open … and it’s freakin’ adorable!! Serena’s hubby, Alexis Ohanian, posted the photos onto the tot’s
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Colour can be a cruel mistress. Most of us know that we could stand to win a few style points by giving hues outside our comfort zone a go, but — like finding the right haircut for your face shape — selecting hues that work with your complexion is often easier said than done. With such a kaleidoscopic spectrum of shades on offer, it’s no mean feat sorting the wheat from the chaff. Now, some
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Take a walk down Memory Lane with us… There have been so many exciting, revolutionary and innovative beauty product launches and trends emerging over the past 20 years, it’s positively dizzying. From the rise of highlighting and contouring techniques, to the global popularity of multi-step skincare inspired by K-beauty, to the launch of Rihanna’s industry-disrupting foundation line, we are absolutely blessed with an abundance of options in haircare, skincare and makeup for everyone. And although
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If it’s true that a man’s outfit is assessed from his shoes up, then it’s their shade that first colours someone’s judgement. Footwear, like everything else in menswear, has grown less rigid recently — these days you can wear Oxfords with jeans and trainers with a suit. But the key to pulling either off is in colour-matching; get the shade wrong, and you can look like a car salesman on a night out or like
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