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28 health & beauty


Face


crumpled face I woke up with is terrifying. To leave the house without the help of at least a smidgen of moisturiser, an eyelash curler and a bit of mascara is unthinkable. To some that may seem shallow, superficial and vain but who doesn’t need a little help? Show me someone who doesn’t feel better with a bit of colour in their cheeks and a curl to their lash. So is it a strange, otherworldy confidence


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that allows women to embark on the day’s adventures bare-faced or, more likely I


Look fabulous in no time, Grady Lala takes a look at time-saving, beauty-enhancing products on the market for all you busy ladies.


o me, the idea of getting up in a morning and facing the world with the same


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suspect, lack of time? Thinking about putting your face on in the morning as you’re squashing sandwiches into tatty tupperware might seem unnecessary, daunting even, but it needn’t be a big or lengthy job. I have two quick rules of thumb. Tip one:


the idea of daytime makeup is to aid your natural self, not mask it, and although there are days when personally I would happily wear batman’s headgear if I could get away with it, less is definitely more. Tip two: the subdued bathroom light is not your kind, forgiving ally but an enemy in disguise. What looks super natural in your mirror


Bremenn 6 in 1 Skin Cream £42


Hot from America and available at Harvey Nichols, Leeds and online, this wonder cream from the Bremenn Research Labs could very well be a dream come true. Wrinkle cream, firming cream, smoothing cream, toning cream, brightening cream and moisturising cream. In one! And it’s paraben-free.


can turn a nasty shade of Barbara Cartland in the cold light of an October morning at the train station. There’s no need for loads of products


either or industrial style tool kits adorned with brushes and sponges. Skincare and makeup is doing more than one thing at a time, it’s easier to apply, it’s exciting. It’s helping to create a better version of you with minimal effort. Here’s my pick of some of the hardest working products on the market.


Sisley Phyto-Sourcils Perfect Eyebrow Pencil in Cappucino £29 A well groomed brow is a great way to achieve a finished, polished look and this cool shade of brown is the perfect shade for both blondes and brunettes.The pencil is firm with a soft tip for a precise natural look and the brush on the other end is great for brushing through brows and blending the colour. It even comes with its own little pencil sharpener.


BECCA Eye Tint £19


NARS The Multiple £27


Estee Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place Concealer SPF 10 £18


Suitable for all skin types and with the added benefit of SPF10 this concealer promises 15 hours of long wearing, stay in place coverage.


AS the name suggests, this clever little stick ticks lots of boxes. David Scheffen, NARS makeup stylist, explains: “The Multiple stick is one of NARS iconic products. It can be used on eyes, lips, cheeks and body. Its unique powder formula is mistake-proof and easy to apply just with your fingers. I have always used it on photoshoots to achieve that dewy healthy finish.” Need I say more?


Applying eyeshadow with 5 different brushes can seem like a real faff on a busy morning, so this amazing easy to use product from BECCA offers the perfect solution. It glides on as a crème and sets to a powder. It’s long-lasting, water-resistant and crease-resistant. Genius.


NO.7 Dual Protection Tinted Moisturiser £11


This sheer, light-diffusing moisturiser not only feels great on your skin, but gives you long-lasting hydration and helps even out your skin tone. Bonus points for the added SPF15 protection.


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