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BB creams can work wonders on lacklustre, uneven skin. We round up the best complexion-enhancing creams

Dressing table: The best BB and CC creams

If your foundation isn't sliding off in the heat, chances are it'll be the wrong shade for sun-tanned skin. Enriched with moisturisers and SPF, lightweight BB and CC creams are just the ticket for this time of year...

The Business Matrix: Wednesday 7 August 2013

L&G upbeat over £15bn investment

The Business Matrix: Tuesday 6 August 2013

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Current top female CEOs include Burberry's Angela Ahrendts, left, and easyjet’s Carolyn McCall, right

It’s not equality yet, but 2012 saw more women on FTSE boards

Nearly half of all first-time directors appointed at Britain’s biggest companies last year were women, offering renewed hope that the Government target of a 25 per cent female make-up of FTSE 100 boards by 2015 will be met.

Album review: Waxahatchee Cerulean, Salt (Wichita)

Former stalwart of minor American indie bands like The Ackleys and Bad Banana, Katie Crutchfield now ploughs a solo furrow as Waxahatchee, whose second album, Cerulean Salt, sounds like a throwback to the days when Liz Phair anatomised the emotional ups and downs of slacker-era America. Only not quite so openly: Waxahatchee's raw electric guitar chords mostly support a string of non sequiturs which defy illumination.

In the eye of the beholder: beauty looks for this summer

A delicate glow or all-out glamour, there’s a beauty look for everyone this summer, says Rebecca Gonsalves

Luisa Zissman in the interview room on tonight's Apprentice

Territorial Army bases to close in £1.8bn shake-up, says Philip Hammond

Dozens of reservist bases are to close across the country as the Government frees up funding for a major expansion of numbers.

George Zimmerman enters the courtroom for his trial in Sanford, Florida

George Zimmerman murder trial: Prosecutors to unveil female friend of Trayvon Martin, who was on phone to teenager moments before he was killed

Girl received running account of events starting, she says, when Mr Martin noticed Zimmerman watching him in the gated central Florida community

Godolphin plan to rush Irish pace for Libertarian

Having seen Dawn Approach snared by a slow pace in the Derby, Godolphin seem determined to retain control of their own destiny with the colt they have since acquired out of the same race. Libertarian, who charged home for second as Dawn Approach was tailing off at Epsom, will run in Godolphin colours for the first time when making his final appearance for Elaine and Karl Burke in the Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby at the Curragh on Saturday. And he will be joined by Cap O'Rushes, upgraded from handicap company at Royal Ascot last week, as security against a lack of pace in his rematch with Ruler Of The World.

Trayvon Martin's father, Tracy, in court

Self-defence or racism? Shooting of teenager Trayvon Martin that gripped the US comes to trial

Former neighbourhood watchman accused of killing black teenager ‘because he wanted to’

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Fashion shoot: Sugar, spice, and everything nice

Pastels are never passé: sugared-almond shades of peach, lilac and baby blue are the perfect sun-bleached tones to offset tawny skin this summer

Album: Bobby Whitlock, Where There's a Will There's a Way (FDR)

Anguished-sounding Tennessee singer/keyboards player Whitlock followed Eric Clapton from Delaney & Bonnie into Derek and the Dominos.

Lions 2013: Scrum king Alex Corbisiero named in Warren Gatland's side for First Test against Australia on Saturday

Mako Vunipola had been expected to start but will be used as an impact substitute instead

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Everyone is talking about The Trews

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Homeless people keep mobile phones

A homeless person with a smartphone is a common sight in the US. And that's creating a network where the 'hobo' community can share information - and fight stigma - like never before
'Queer saint' Peter Watson left his mark on British culture by bankrolling artworld giants

'Queer saint' who bankrolled artworld giants

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