Extras 10 best men's scarves

From classic tartan, argyle and Fair Isle knits to colour block and leopard print pieces, here’s our pick of this season’s scarves.

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Want a sleeker silhouette? We can't promise miracles, but there are products out there that can help. We slip into body-sculpting underwear for the festive season 
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Go for a bold lip this autumn with our pick of the best lipsticks and glosses
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Inject some oomph into your hairdo  with one of these sprays and tools.  IndyBest gives her fine locks  the full-bodied treatment
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Make the most of your peepers and keep lashes looking long and full with these beauty gadgets 
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10 best men's rucksacks
From sleek leather packs to statement pieces, IndyBest finds carriers to keep you looking cool on the commute
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Banish subtle and delicate digital decoration in favour of striking pieces on your fingers
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For perfectly groomed and tidy brows you need the right kit. Rachel Fiddes finds the most effective tools for precision plucking
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Put on your make-up like a pro with this selection of clever tools - there's something for every product in your cosmetic bag
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Choose anything from gladiator-inspired bangles to leather wrist wear for the perfect accessory this season
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A good cleanser should form part of your daily beauty routine. Whether you're skin is sensitive, oily, dry or all three, here's our pick
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Locks suffering after your holiday? Try these products to revitalise heat-stressed hair
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Keep your belongings sand-free and safe in sun with one of these stylish and practical carriers
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Go hands-free with a bag that is perfect for festival season and for keeping valuables close
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Whether you're after bold eye colours, subtle, shimmery shadows or multi-purpose products in one compact, we find a palette for the job 
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Give your eyes some extra definition with these hard-working liners
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Fed up with fading colour and brassy highlights? We look at some hard-working products to keep your perfect shade
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Save face this summer with our pick of the best sunscreens to keep your complexion peachy in the heat
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Keep skin hydrated, healthy and smelling gorgeous with one of these hard-working oils
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Can't find underwear you like on the high street or slightly weirded-out by the idea of a fitting? Try these online lingerie shops for AA cup to K cup and everything in between
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The weather forecasters are claiming that the barbecue summer is coming, so make sure that you have your footwear at the ready for when the mercury heads northwards
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