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The nude lip | Eva Wiseman | Fashion | The Guardian

theguardian.com — Unlike the horrific trick of the no-make-up make-up trend (which you'll hear me angsting about another day), the nude lip has a bit of power beneath it. It's not a naked lip. Like expensive stockings for the mouth, its basic job is to take nature and make it look sexier.

I think I am about to become an adult

theguardian.com — Tomorrow is my birthday, and I'm pleased to report that from 6am everything will change. Not with a bang but a whimper from the cot next door. The lists of things to do before an arbitrary fat age will be ticked and filed - planes jumped out of, enjoyed, deadly fish eaten, digested, love found, consummated.

Morning-after make-up

theguardian.com — This is the make-up equivalent of evoking FOMO, a literal #aboutlastnight all over your face. In your smudgy kohl is the suggestion that you have had a far better night than whoever you're meeting.

Breastfeeding is hard, so we should be softer on mothers

theguardian.com — It was a cold afternoon last December when a group of mothers staged a mass "nurse-in" outside Claridge's, their babies lunching for justice. It was a response to the hotel's recent unpleasantness - when a woman was asked to put a scarf over her baby's head as she breastfed her during high tea, there was a sort of uproar.
Oct 04, 2015

This is a column about that woman who said she was banned from breastfeeding at Primark but really, she wasn't: theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2…

Oct 04, 2015

RT @EvaWiseman: This is a column about that woman who said she was banned from breastfeeding at Primark but really, she wasn't: theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2…

Will chaos magic reign over your wardrobe?

theguardian.com — Once there was normcore. Normcore was the future. Normcore was the way we wore jeans like Jerry Seinfeld. It was the way we wore socks with our sandals and T-shirts borrowed from our mum. In 2013 New York trend agency K-Hole used a description by science-fiction author William Gibson in his novel Pattern Recognition to flesh out its thesis: that the new style was anti-style.
Sep 27, 2015

This is a fashion piece about the new trend prediction from the people who first said 'normcore' 👖🔚🔜🔮 theguardian.com/fashion/2015/s…

Freshers’ week: a great time to take a crash course in laddism

theguardian.com — For some people, rather than a pub crawl, four hangovers and one Revel-sized ulcer, freshers' week is a lifestyle choice. The first taste of the end of your life, a series of dancefloors, a series of situations that spin from Dragons' Den to Take Me Out on the flip of a coin, alcohol.

The best for blue eye shadow

theguardian.com — Rather than brassy barmaid, the new blue is mystical, oceanic. Céline's models wore eyeshadow that looked like a deep lake. Big graphic stamps of blue. Turquoise, azure, sapphire - they had been styled as sulky fortune tellers, here to predict futures of love and disaster, and money spent in the Selfridges beauty hall.

The world's 50 most powerful blogs

theguardian.com — The following apology was published in the Observer's For the record column, Sunday March 16 2008 The article below said 'Psychodwarf' was Beppe Grillo's nickname for 'Mario Mastella, leader of the Popular-UDEUR centre-right party', but it's actually his nickname for Silvio Berlusconi. Mastella's first name is Clemente and Popular-UDEUR was part of Romano Prodi's centre-left coalition.

Why there is nothing hot about cool mums

theguardian.com — There are many things I don't want to become, but top of my list is "cool mum". Cool mum who sits up smoking with her 12-year-old and his friends who call her "bro"; cool mum who shares her make-up and relationship failures and talks about sex as if it's something nobody's scared of.
Sep 20, 2015

I wrote about that woman who got 12 bags of coke for her daughter's 18th, and the cult of the cool mum also: theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2…

The mindblowing expense of mindfulness

theguardian.com — There was a period in the late 1990s when it became fashionable to have a vibrator. To have a vibrator, and to talk about having a vibrator, and to give vibrators as gifts, and to display them on shelves as art, daring the BT man to comment on it, exposing his hatred for women.
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Oct 12, 2015

Miranda July interviews Rihanna and we learn about the soul. My favourite celebrity interview ever: nyti.ms/1jrJMgW

Oct 12, 2015

RT @Spector: Good morning! Everybody should go and follow @girlsagainst - a brilliant new campaign to stamp out sexual harassment at gigs in the uk x

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