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    Louise Redknapp’s “Wild About Beauty” make-up range

     

    Louise Redknapp may have started out in singing, with ‘90s girl band Eternal, moved onto TV Presenting but last year she moved into the beauty industry launching a cosmetic range with make-up artist Kim Jacob called “Wild About Beauty.” Louise only uses her own products and we think she always looks stunning so the products must be good?

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    Well we think so, we love some of the “Wild About Beauty” products and what’s even better . . . they are affordable! The range includes lipsticks, serums, eye shadows – all of which have natural ingredients and are paraben free (paraben was found to increase estrogen levels back in the 1990s) so they should be suitable for most skin types.

    So “Wild About Beauty” products prove you don’t need to spend a fortune on looking good – some of the products are even multi-purpose which is great. I love their multi-purpose tint, which contains Vitamin A and E, as it is a real quick fix that is handy to carry in your bag – it can be used to enhance your eyes, lips and/or cheeks by adding a hint of colour. It leaves your face looking natural but with a glowing finish.

    Multi-purpose Tint £16.50

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    Another product I love is the sheer glow moisture tint which contains Vitamin E and a unique anti-oxidant Organic Winter Cherry Extract that brightens the skin. This product nourishes the skin whilst covering imperfections – a win win. It’s a light weight tinted moisturiser that will give you a youthful, luminous finish. It also has an SPF 20 and you can purchase it depending on if you have fair, medium or dark skin.

    Sheer Glow Moisture Tint £22.00

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    Lastly, I love the mattifying skin perfector which reduces any shine your skin may have. This product was shortlisted as a finalist in the CEW (UK) 2013 Beauty Insider’s Choice Awards in the category for “Best new make-up product – face.” The CEW is the Cosmetic Executive Women – these women are beauty insiders who really know their stuff! Each year the CEW hold the CEW Beauty Insider’s Choice Awards which is one of the highest honours you can receive in the beauty industry. This lightweight mattifying balm will instantly mattify your skin – you can use it as a make-up primer or ‘on-the-go’ touch ups to prevent shine. This product will leave you looking and feeling amazing as it makes your skin radiant and very smooth. I thoroughly recommend it!

    Mattifying Balm £21.00

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    You can check out the rest of “Wild About Beauty” products on: http://wildaboutbeauty.com/

     

     

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  • Awwww! Frankie Sandford and Wayne Bridge cosy up at Satchel store launch and look like the perfect Valentine couple

    As our new fave celeb couple, Frankie Sandford and Wayne Bridge have it all – beauty, money, fame and the fact that they are completely besotted with each other is the cherry on top of the cake.

    Attending the opening of the Cambridge Satchel Company store in Covent Garden, the England football ace, 32, joined his smoking hot girlfriend, 24, for a night of fizz and handbags. Most boyfriends would run a mile at the thought of cooing over accessories, but not Wayne. Boyfriends of the world – take note.

    The Saturdays singer, who spent most of 2012 in LA filming a documentary for the E! channel, has now settled back in the UK and in the arms of her super stud boyfriend.

    Frankie and Wayne, you are officially our fave celeb couple. Just don’t tell the other Saturdays Frank!

    Best pics of the night…

    Frankie and Wayne

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    Gizzi Erskine

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    Laura Whitmore

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    Louise Redknapp

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  • VIP Awards: Red Hot Women Awards 2012

    Celebrity Awards | Red Hot Women Awards 2012

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    Some of the UK’s hottest celebrities squeezed their booties into new frocks and threw on their best high heels for Red magazine’s Red Hot Women Awards at One Marylebone yesterday afternoon. Louise Redknapp looked just as good yesterday as she did in the Eternal days with a figure hugging Victoria Beckham dress. If we wear a dress like that do you think we could bag someone as fit as Jamie?

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    Radio DJ Lauren Laverne presented the awards and looked pretty in a floral shift dress. The ex-singer said she is looking forward to 2013 as she will be doing another project with her 10’oclock live co-presenters – we are mega excited!

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    Veteran Radio 1 DJ Jo Whiley was possibly the coolest mummy there. The DJ, who doesn’t seem to have aged a day said she uses Nivea face cream, and she has done for about fifteen years. That’s convinced us, we’re off toBoots.

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    Celeb chef Gizzi Erskine looked her usual 60s self, with the beehive firmly held in place. Gizzi looked stunning and we had to ask how she keeps that beehive so perfect and neat. The chef said she uses about a can a week of Loreal Elnett, as it is the only hairspray to keep her hair rock solid without damaging it. Now we know what holds it in place, we had better star beehive practicing.

    The winners are…

    Pioneers – Debra Bourne, Erin O’Connor & Caryn Franklin
    Fashion – Caren Downie
    Ethical/Eco – Livia Firth
    Blogger – Helen McGinn
    Sportswoman – Nicola Adams
    Community/Charity – Doreen Lawrence OBE
    Media – Clare Balding
    Posthumous: Media – Marie Colvin
    Power Part-timer – Dr Pia Ostergaard
    Creative – Christie Watson
    Rose Gray Food Pioneer – Monica Galetti
    Digital & Start Up – Kathryn Parsons

    Woman To Watch…

    Blogger – Martha Payne
    Food – Florence Knight
    Politics – Shabana Mahmood
    Sport – Zoe Smith

     

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