Spring is officially here and with the warmer weather comes a new slough of beauty products you won't want to miss out on. For example, Benefit has launched an art-deco inspired collection that consists of three new kinds of eyeshadows including a long wearing powder formula. Then, one of our favourite beauty brands, Becca is finally back and you can buy their best-selling illuminator online again. Check out both of these exciting goodies and more by clicking through this slideshow.
Kimberley Walsh, Tamara Ecclestone and Coleen Rooney are going just as mad for melon as I am right now. The bright colour is fun, flirty and reminds me of sorbet. Because it's not really a pastel and not a neon, if you're someone who isn't into being super trendy, you can still look seasonal and stylish. Shop melon-coloured clothing items and accessories below and leave a comment to let me know if you have your eye on something special.
If you can believe that we are almost at the end of April already, get your credit cards out and start shopping! No, this isn't an April fool's joke, this is the real deal. A slough of fashion goodies like printed clutches, neon biker jacket (that even Kate Moss endorses) and cropped tops have made their way up my wish list, along with a new eye shadow palette, an SPF 15 foundation that actually makes your skin feel moist, but look matte, and last but not least, a lipstick range that comes in a leather tube! See — now you can understand why my wallet is exploding! Shop each of these goodies in the slideshow and don't forget to vote on which item you like best at the very end.
In honour of Spring, I have gathered some of the season's most lovely pastel beauty products that include everything from palettes to lip colours, eye shadows, blushers and illuminators. These goodies will not only get your engines revved for Easter, but they will hopefully inspire you to add some cheery colour to your outfit. Click through this slideshow to shop these editor picks.
There once was a hard and fast rule that in the fashion world, wearing white before May Day was a no no. Nowadays, celebrities like Kelly Brook, Tasmin Egerton and Millie Mackintosh wear it loud and proud in the hottest streets, clubs and premieres in London. In fact, it looks like white dresses paired with red pumps may just be a hot new trend for Spring. I think that fashion is most certainly flexible and always evolving, but in this instance, do you think this rule should remain hard and fast?
It's not like the UK is ever really without a rainy season, but with April sneaking up on us, it's best to be prepared for the frequent sun showers ahead. I say, why not look chic and fashion-forward in the face of the grey, dreary days that await by dressing like Victoria Beckham, Pippa Middleton or Gwen Stefani in chic hats and rain-gear. Shop stylish umbrellas, raincoats and all the wellies you've ever dreamed of here and then leave a comment to let me know what type of outfit you've put together — enjoy!
We all know the dress code in London is pretty much black, white and grey with a touch or red or perhaps a hint of yellow here and there, but last night at the Vinspired National Awards and at the Body Shop in Westfield Mall in London, the ladies surprised on the red carpet by adding a twinge of bright colour to their outfits. Check out everyone from Leona Lewis to Made in Chelsea's Sophia Sassoon, A*M*E, Amal Fashanu and Katie Piper to see just how they incorporated colour into their looks by clicking through the slideshow here!
It looks like brightly coloured sneakers aren't going anywhere for Spring. In fact, they continue to stay strong in neon, pastel and primary shades. Take Tamara Ecclestone, Nicola Roberts and American actress Amanda Seyfried for example. All of these ladies have been spotted around London or Los Angeles in pale blue, bright blue or red and yellow shoes that make running errands just a little more comfortable. Shop coloured trainers here and let me know which pair you have your sights set on for Spring.
A fancy way of saying structured tie dye, ombrè first took the fashion world by storm in the form of trendy hairstyles, and now it's hitting the clothing and accessories markets. Come Spring, we'll be seeing tonnes of denim, scarves, dresses and flowy tops in the ombrè style ranging in designer to High Street prices. Is this a trend that you'll be donning in 2013?