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Harsh winter light can throw dehydrated skin and under-eye bags in to sharp relief – a subtly shimmering highlighter is the best way to mask a multitude of sins...

Rihanna showing off her claws

Temporary talons fit for the princesses of pop

The "squoval" is over. The square-tip is dead. The new look for nails? Kick-ass claws, the likes of which Rihanna and Adele have been sporting of late.

Coty shunned after calling on Avon with $10bn bid

Avon Products, the cosmetics company, has turned its nose up at a $10bn (£6.24bn) takeover offer from the perfume maker Coty.

Painted ladies: Revlon's campaigns have long depicted strong women and famous faces, including Emma Stone

How Revlon created the scarlet woman

In 1932, the company launched the very first red nail varnish. Since then, its products have become staples on dressing tables around the world. Rebecca Gonsalves charts its rise

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EasyJet founder claims board is trying to block his vote at AGM

EasyJet's founder, Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou, last night renewed his attack on the airline's board, claiming it was trying to find a legal loophole to block him from voting at tomorrow's annual meeting.

Stelios in blistering attack on easyJet's 'Putin-like' actions

EasyJet's founder, Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou, last night renewed his attack on the airline's board, claiming it was trying to find a legal loophole to block him from voting at tomorrow's annual meeting.

How do you know what to try?

Say no to the scalpel

So you'd never have a facelift – but what about a little 'help'? The newest hi-tech, non-invasive treatments can have dramatic effects – but not all of them are for the fainthearted

The Only Way Is Essex star Lauren Goodger, whose beauty shop was attacked

D-list is for danger – 'structured reality' TV meets real-life violence

Stars of shows such as Towie face vicious backlash

Muslim girl 'attacked by siblings for kissing man'

A Muslim teenager was kidnapped, imprisoned and had her hair cut off after her siblings saw her kiss a white man, a court has heard.

Ruby Walsh steers Join Together to victory at Cheltenham

Join Together keeps the Denman colours flying

A day after the great champion is retired, six-year-old shows chasing promise

Tony (18)

Gerard Johnson's low-budget streets-of-London downer is nominally about a serial killer, but in Peter Ferdinando's remarkable title-role it becomes rather more about urban loneliness and alienation.

Dr Feelgood: Can highlights work on dark hair?

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Labour leadership: Andy Burnham urges Jeremy Corbyn voters to think again in last-minute plea

'If we lose touch we’ll end up with two decades of the Tories'

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