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Chanel has done it again – released a beauty product that has got us all in a tizz. Men's makeup has been doing the rounds for quite some time now, although isn’t as widely available as women’s cosmetics. L'Oréal Paris has used men in makeup campaigns before, and Tom Ford has a range of male grooming products. Now, those clever people at Chanel have produced a full line of cosmetics for all the men out there, aptly named Boy de Chanel. There’s an eyebrow pencil in four different shades, a matte moisturising lip balm, and a foundation, which an
Holly Willoughby sets the record straight about her hair - does she really use store-bought hair-dye?
Holly Willoughby has taken to Instagram to tell her followers the truth about her hair colour. Wearing a cute yellow J.Crew T-shirt, the blonde beauty spoke to camera to tell her fans whether she REALLY uses £5.79 hair-dye from the shops, rather than a salon colourist. Talking directly to camera, Holly said: "So, probably my most asked question on social media is, do I actually dye my own hair using Garnier Nutrisse Blonde? And the answer is YES. READ: Holly Willoughby looks stunning makeup-free on her summer holiday "I mean, I can't believe it comes as that much of a surprise to people.
Leah Bracknell has updated her fans on her cancer battle in a new account written in her blog, Something Beginning with C. the former Emmerdale actress has revealed that in a bid to prolong her life and beat the illness, she has began taking a new trial drug just under two months ago, which has already made her feel "amazing" and optimistic about her future. Leah also said that she was previously struggling to breath and walk, but her quality of life had improved. "Judging solely on how I am feeling right now, on my quality of life, my