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If 2013 was the year of the brow, then 2014 is set to be about hot lips

Style File: A moment on the lips

Eye-catching brows are old news. Instead give your beauty look an instant update with a vibrant lip colour, says Naomi Attwood

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What we love, we're not sure about, we're buying and can't wait for...

Party time: 'Tis the season to get sparkly with our pick of the festive make-up

Sunset Stripped Party Lashes £7.99, Katy Perry for Eylure, eylure.co.uk

Funeral for a friend: Helen Heraty, who lost her partner during the filming of ‘Storyville: Hotel Folly – Folie a Deux’

Grace Dent on TV: Storyville: Hotel Folly – Folie a deux, BBC4

This was like being slowly televisually strangled, but I couldn't turn it off

Ruth Patrick: Campaigner whose work galvanised the environmental movement

Ruth Patrick's studies of freshwater ecology in the 1930s helped galvanise the later environmental movement, and her success in a profession dominated by men charted a course for other female scientists. She began focusing on ecology at a time when the dangers of pollution barely pierced the public consciousness; her husband, the entomologist Charles Hodge IV, described life with her as "like being married to the tail of a comet."

Speedo-clad Russian billionaire Oleg Tinkov floats in London

He sold his last business to Roman Abramovich and posed in his autobiography wearing nothing but skintight, neon Speedos.

The Billy Boys, 1994, Jack Vettriano

Art review: Jack Vettriano - A Retrospective

A DIY show of dead eyes and decoys

The Fashion Audit: Slippery feet / Downton pouts / American bride

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Pop video to ‘save’ brother from wedding goes viral

Most brothers of the groom use their best man’s speech as an excuse for some mild teasing and emotional childhood tales.

Bagui Bouga: Master of the 'nomadic blues'

When the Niger-based band Etran Finatawa ("stars of tradition") made their memorable UK debut at the Womad festival in Reading in 2006, those in the audience could have been forgiven for believing there had been some sort of mix-up backstage, and two groups were performing together at the same time. The reality is not so far from this, since Etran Finatawa draw their members from two of Niger's very different ethnic groups.

Bradley Manning leaves the courtroom at Fort Meade, Maryland

'I am Chelsea. I am female': Soldier tried as Bradley Manning wants to live as a woman'

Soldier who was sentenced to 35 years for leaking classified files identifies as female and wants to be called Chelsea

Pucker up and away: A spectrum of lipstick shades for high-flyers

(From left to right) 1. Lipstick in neon orange, £15, maccosmetics.co.uk

The 'How to Meet Women!!' app offers valuable insights such as 'women tend to be more chatty than men'

Never downloaded, never used: The deathly rise of the lurking ‘zombie app’

Most apps loiter like decommissioned nuclear reactors on Apple’s servers

Dressing table: The best lip glosses

Beauty rules dictate that strong eyes call for a subtle lip, and as bright shadows tend to come into their own in the summer, it makes sense that now is perhaps the time to step away from the matte lipstick.

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