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Kylie Jenner Launches Lip Kit

Kylie Jenner Launches Lip Kit

Celebrity
Her lips have been the talk of Twitter for months now, but it was only a couple of days ago that Kylie launched her newest project – the Kylie Lip Kit. Words: Natasha Blandish, Subeditor: Alice Marshall Kylie Jenner just doesn’t seem to stop. 2015 has seen her through another season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, a hair extension line, a collaboration with sister Kendall for Topshop and a new range for their Pacsun label. As well as all that, plenty of new content for her app which reached Number 1 on iTunes within mere hours after its launch earlier this year. Combine this with her millions of social media followers and her taste for controversy, and you’ve got one teen that knows how to stay very much in the limelight. More recently, we have been hearing lots about Kylie's late
Bourjois Paris Spring 2016 Makeup Collection: First Look

Bourjois Paris Spring 2016 Makeup Collection: First Look

Shopping
One Marylebone is the particularly poignant setting for the Bourjois Paris spring beauty launch. Complete with floor to ceiling mock Eiffel Tower, the event celebrated everything Parisian with a bold, 60s inspired, Arty Chic theme. Words: Hayley Warren, Subeditor: Tamara Hutchinson The location, a Neo-Classical style former Holy Trinity Church built in 1826, set the ambience for the breakfast. Beginning with a remembrance speech dedicating the breakfast to the victims of the tragic Paris attacks on Friday 13th November, it celebrates the Parisian spirit of everything art, fashion and beauty. Unveiling their Arty Chic theme over pain au chocolats and coffee, their new range compromises of a brand new foundation, a concealer, velvet matte lipsticks, eye shadow quads and nail polishe
Chanel Rouge Noir Collection: The Big Facade

Chanel Rouge Noir Collection: The Big Facade

Fashion
Following the legendary nail varnish release 20 years ago, Chanel has relaunched a whole rouge noir collection for Christmas 2015. There is nothing innovative about the 'new' collection, it's an imitation of past products. We ask why? Words: Michelle Whitney, Subeditor: Christie Bannon Chanel is renowned for classic glamour; its cosmetics and perfumes are no exception. The quality of their products is notoriously high, but does this mean they are consequently permitted to be lazy? If we look at the rouge noir collection, there is no 'bang', nothing innovative, and certainly nothing new. There is nothing wrong with reinventing classic products, or appreciating them for that matter. But when it's a relaunch of the same nail varnish colour every year it does become somewhat tedious. ...
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