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Ranging from designer shades to party pairs, IndyBest tries some stylish sunnies on for size
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From gentle nudes and ballerina pinks, to bold pistachio, turquoise and corals. Try one of our pick of the best spring nail shades
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The sun has come out, so think ahead and snap up a pretty piece you can layer up this spring but that will see you through summer
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Stay stylish throughout your pregnancy. IndyBest's mum-to-be finds pretty and practical pieces for your wardrobe
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Bad weather, thick pollution, too much alcohol – these are the great enemies of your skin. So give it a break this spring with one of these face-smoothing moisturisers.

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We’ve tried tens of t-shirts to bring you options for all budgets. Here’s our spring edit.

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Boost moisture levels in dry, lacklustre winter skin with these creams for dehydrated complexions
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Too many parties and not enough sleep? Under-eye concealer to the rescue
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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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From exciting new scents to classic bottles for the dressing table, here's our pick of the fragrances for Christmas
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