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Screw no-make-up make-up: it’s the season for a spring fling with bright lips. Here are five of the best

You beauty! M.A.C glitter brilliants

Annabel Rivkin's cabinet of wonders

Illamasqua lipstick

London's best technicolour lipsticks

Where Rihanna goes, fashion follows — haven’t you noticed Varsity jackets and camouflage are in for AW13? The latest trend she’s setting is for coloured lippy: she was seen in town last week rocking an ice queen blue shade. These are the five best ways to mouth off like Ri-Ri

Dolce & Gabbana’s A/W

Very berry indeed: the best wine-dark lipsticks

It’s all about grape-kissed lips this season, says Emma McCarthy. Drink in her seven saucy favourites

Bradley Manning poses for a photo wearing a wig and lipstick. He plans to live as a woman named Chelsea (AP/US Army)

Manning wants to live as a woman

Bradley Manning says he plans to live as a woman and begin hormone therapy, a day after the soldier was sentenced to 35 years in prison for sending classified information to WikiLeaks. He plans to live as a woman named Chelsea, he said in a written statement provided to NBC's Today show.
Lipstick Queen’s Endless Summer

London's best destination lipsticks

Holiday make-up is a low maintenance affair which should involve little more than good moisturiser and lightweight mascara. For extra glamour lipstick is essential. Luckily, these five exotic shades will see you around the world.

You beauty! Chanel’s L’Été Papillon

Annabel Rivkin's cabinet of wonders

Hair, the strand that defines Alexa Chung’s life

Stylist magazine cuts to the chase. In today’s issue is an interview with Alexa Chung, about her hair.

Red lippy project

The red lippy project

Nothing does more for your confidence than a coat of scarlet or crimson. But whatever shade you suit, slap it on next week to help raise awareness of a very good cause, says Karen Dacre

Hello Sailor lipstick

You beauty! Blue lipstick

Annabel Rivkin's cabinet of wonders

Where did the love go in Blue Valentine?

When a film begins with the family dog being run over, you can guess where you’re going. You’ve been given a hint. We hear a little girl calling in the early morning for her daddy, from the garden. He goes out to find her and realises the dog is gone. He’s good and playful with her in a kooky way; they go in to find her mother. She’s sleeping alone, reluctant to wake up when they jump on her, playing tigers.

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