The Weekly 5: Beauty Round Up

BATD ON Oct 23, 2009 AT 4:59 pm

Drew Barrymore works the gothic trend

Drew Barrymore works the gothic trend

This week we showed you how to pull off the tricky gothic trend, shared with you our top volumizing products to banish lank, wind beaten winter hair and showed you why the best in beauty seem to have a lot of love for the 80’s this season. If you missed it, catch up now on The Weekly 5 

This fall join us and take a trip over to the dark side by road testing one of the hottest beauty trends, gothic. It seems everywhere we look we see velvety damson lips and inky smoked black eyes. We’ve got top tips from celeb make-up artist Caroline Barnes on how to work the trend. Click here for more.

Want to learn a few tricks of the make-up trade in time for the party season? If your make-up bag needs a bit of a wake-up we suggest a little trip to the Estee Lauder counter. From the 23rd – 28th of October Estee Lauder are holding a special make-up event titled Rich, Red and Noir, where you can have your own consultation with a make-up artist. Click here to find out how to book.

The Collectables Eight Hour Range

The Collectables Eight Hour Range

Lank, damaged wind beaten hair just won’t do, have a look at our top five volumizing hair care products that will give you a bouncy bonce a la Cheryl Cole. Click here to have a look now.

Psst we have a few insider celeb beauty secrets just for you. Did you know that Dannii Minogue is a fan of my favourite tanning cream, Vani-T Bronzing Custard. Click here for more tanning tips.

Call us superficial but there are some things we just look at and know in an instant we have to possess them, case in point the 80’s Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour range. Already a beauty classic with a cult fan following, they’ve celebrated the era with these kitsch collectables.

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