WHAT’S NOW & HOW TO DO IT: MASCARA THAT ‘GROWS’ LASHES 

British beauty expert Elsa McAlonan reveals the best mascaras that promise to boost lash growth (file image)

British beauty expert Elsa McAlonan reveals the best mascaras that promise to boost lash growth (file image)

Good news if you suffer from thinning lashes — the new autumn mascaras promise to boost lash growth, too. 

Talika Lipocils Eyelash Growth Mascara is a double-action formula that gives volume while targeting the roots to encourage growth.

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 NARS Climax Extreme Mascara contains black micro-pigments with conditioning oils

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 With keratin and shea butter, 카지노사이트쿠폰 Eyeko’s Black Magic Cocoa Edit Mascara adds curl without it clumping.

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RACE YOU THERE

REESE’S AWARD READY GLOW 

Celebrity make-up artist Kelsey Deenihan prepared Reese Witherspoon's (pictured) skin for the virtual Emmy Awards using The Inkey List

Celebrity make-up artist Kelsey Deenihan prepared Reese Witherspoon’s (pictured) skin for the virtual Emmy Awards using The Inkey List 

Creating a star look doesn’t have to cost a fortune, as actress and producer Reese Witherspoon proved at the recent virtual Emmy Awards.

Celebrity make-up artist Kelsey Deenihan used The Inkey List skin-care to prep Reese’s complexion. Kelsey begins with ‘the holy grail’ of Hyaluronic Acid Serum (£5.99), and finishes with Polyglutamic Acid (£12.99, theinkeylist.com) which helps make-up stay put for hours.

THIS WORKS

Vegan anti-ageing skincare is growing trend in beauty.

And now Caudalie has introduced a vegan collagen booster in its new Resveratrol-Lift Firming Cashmere Cream in place of the animal-origin collagen often used in skincare.

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DO I REALLY NEED A SEPARATE EYE CREAM? 

Yes. While, you can use eye cream on the rest of your face, you shouldn’t use face cream on your eyes.

Consultant dermatologist Dr Anjali Mahto, says: ‘As a general rule, eye creams can be used on your face as the ingredients are often very similar.

‘But if you use thick, rich creamy moisturisers for the face under your eyes, it may result in blockage of pores around the eye and formation of milia [small cysts under the skin].

‘If you are using creams with «actives», such as exfoliating acids, they may not be tolerated and result in irritation, redness or even dermatitis.’