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Get the look: Get the look:
Dita von TeeseDita von Teese
How toHow to
find yourfind your
I need an appointment! I need an appointment!
Hair & BeautyHair & Beauty
Cruelty Free: Cruelty Free:
EU Bans AnimalEU Bans Animal
The D-Word The D-Word Dandruff and howDandruff and how
to deal with it.to deal with it.
The Fuzz!The Fuzz!
Summer BrightsSummer Brights
Contents:Contents:Welcome to the first issue
of Scottish Hair & Beauty!
Bringing you the latest
beauty news and goings
on around Scotland. In
this months issue we look
at summer brights,
the latest beauty releases and how to get
burlesque superstar Dita Von Teeses pin-up
I also headed off to the INAA bloggers do it
best event in the swanky 29 Private Mem-
bers Club in Glasgow, to hear all about the
Scottish Hair and Beauty Awards 2013.
Well be taking a look at how to find the per-
fect foundation, how to fight the dreaded d-
word (dandruff) and highlighting some
fantastic Scottish beauty bloggers. So we
hope you enjoy reading our first ever issue!
Let me know what you think at
email@example.com or tweet me
Page 2: Get the look: Dita Von
Page 3: Spring Brights
Page 4: Beauty Bulletin: The lat-
est beauty news and releases
Page 5: Fight The Fuzz: Top
products for hair removal.
Page 6: How to find: your per-
Page 7-8: I need an appoint-
ment! Bloggers do it best
event for the INAA Scottish
Hair & Beauty Awards.
Page 9-10: The D-Word: Dan-
druff and how to deal with it.
Page 11: Cruelty Free: UK cos-
metics are now cruelty free!
Page 12: Scottish bloggers:
showcasing some up and com-
ing Scottish beauty bloggers.
My top 5
from l-r:Real Techniques brushes, Maybelline Color Tattoo,
MAC Lipstick, Revlon Colour Stay Foundation, Benefit The
Get The Look: Dita Von Teese
THE classic 1950s pin up look
has been making a comeback
thanks to stars like world famous
Burlesque dancer Dita Von
Ditas super pale skin is flawless;
start by applying your foundation
to get an even look. We suggest
Illamasqua Skin Base Founda-
tion, 23.00 (1), which has a
huge shade range to suit any skin
Next apply a setting powder all
over the face; Rimmel Stay Matte
Powder, 3.99 (2), is perfect for
achieving matte 1950s skin.
Dita usually goes for a very sim-
ple eye look, a pale shadow all
over the lid with a matte brown in
No pin up look would be complete
without a cat eye, so try using
MAC Fluidline in Black Track,
14.00 (3) with an angled brush
to get that perfect flick!
Lashings of black mascara and a
pair of fluttery falsies add to the
Fill in the brows with a pencil like
Rimmels EyeBrow Pencil, 2.99
Keeping things matte, apply a
pink blusher like Illamasqua
Naked Rose, 18.00 (5), on to
the apples of your cheeks.
Finally, line the lips with a red lip
liner and apply a matte red lip-
stick like Ditas favourite, MAC
Russian Red, 14.00 (6). And
there you have it, a classic 1950s
pin up look that will suit everyone!
BRIGHTS As spring approaches, the trend for bright and bold make up returns. From neon
nails to bold blush and super bright lipstick, Scottish Hair & Beauty has some top make
up picks for this sping and summer:
Sleek iDivine Acid Palette:7.49 Illamasqua Immodest Lipstick: 16.00
Models Own Ice Neon Collection:5.00 each
Sleek Blush By 3 in Pumpkin: 10.00Benefit Bella Bamba Boxed Powder: 23.50
BEAUTY BULLETIN The latest beauty news and releases:
Illamasqua Paranormal Collec-
tion: Bucking the trends as usu-
ally, kooky brand Illamasqua has
released their new Paranormal
collection. Including UV nail pol-
ishes, purple lipstick and their
new Hydraveil primer, available
MAC Fashion Sets 2013:
MACs latest release includes
four colour packed lipsticks
and their corresponding lip
liners, glosses, eye shadows
and nail lacquers; available
Garnier Perfect Blur Primer: This
new wonder primer from Garnier
claims to blur imperfections
such as pores and scarring,
making your complexion look
flawless. Available now.
Stila Countless Colour Pig-
ments: These stunning
multi-use pigments can be
used as blush or eye
shadow, and you can even
rub them into the ends of
your hair for an ombre ef-
fect! Available from May.
Models Own Artistic Nail
Duos: Combinations of
the brands top selling
polishes and top coats.
Fight The Fuzz
HERE at Scottish Hair & Beauty, we believe that if you
want to go au natural, then good for you! But we like
our legs smooth, and here are some of our top products
for the job:
Gilette Razors:3.99 for 6 - An oldie but a goodie,
these razors combined with a good shaving cream will
do the trick. An absolute baragain, these dont come
with any fancy blades or moisture strips but theyre bril-
liant to keep as a back up.
Veet In Shower Hair Removal Cream:11.00 - Really
easy to use; just pop the cream on and jump in the
shower. 5-10 minutes later and youre fuzz free! Fantas-
tic. It can be a little smelly but on the whole the easi-
ness of using it trumps the whiff.
Veet Touchably Smooth Rechargable Epilator:
39.99 - Although slightly painful, the benefits of using
an epilator are plenty. Not only are you left with super
smooth legs, the effects last a good few days. Perfect
for going on holiday or to a festival.
Veet Wax Strips:5.99 - Waxing, like epilation, can be
painful but achieves the best results. Veet wax strips
dont require any messy wax or fabric. Simply warm up
the strips, place them on, wait, pull them off and youre
good to go!
Laser hair removal - Laser hair removal cna be expen-
sive option but its effects are permenant. And in the
long term in can work out cheaper than buying razors
for the rest of your life. Over several sessions the laser
zaps your hair follicle until it falls away, and there we
have it, no more unsightly hair!
If youd like more informationon laser hair removal, visit
www.sk:nclinic.co.uk. Sk:n Clinic salons in Glasgow and
Edinburgh are currently offering a 30% discount on hair
Top products for hair removal
How to find:
Your perfect foundation
Every woman strives to find the perfect foundation.
The base that will make them look flawless, keep their
skin shine free or give them a dewy glow. So many
cosmetics companies make promises they cant keep,
and cosmetics lovers keep being dissapointed with
yet another foundation that doesnt live up to its hype.
You go shopping and return home feeling great about
your new purchase. The next day you try it on - and
youre suddenly orange. Or it lasts about 5 minutes
before sliding off your face. The list goes on. Buying
foundation can be tricky, but there are a few things
you should know first -
Get colour matched: Getting the right colour of foun-
dation iis the most important part. Your face definitely
shouldnt be a different colour from the rest of you!If
you go to a counter that has an assistant, get them to
colour match you. If you go to a stand that doesnt
have an assistant, try testing the foundation on your
jawline and not your hand, as it gives a more accurate
match. Illamasqua Skin Base foundation (23.00)
comes in a wide range of shades.
Coverage: What coverage do you want? Light,
medium or heavy, the choice is yours. A light/medium
coverage foundation will perfect your skin but wont
cover scars, spots or dark marks. A full coverage
foundation should cover anything you might want to
hide. A great full coverage foundation is Revlon Color
Stay (12.99), which comes in two versions for dry or
Skin type: Your skin type is hugely important when
choosing a foundation. Dryer skins suit foundations
with a dewy finish - try something like MAC Mineralize
Moisture (21.50). Oilier skins need a foundation that
will last - something like Estee Lauder Double Wear
(31.00) will last for hours even on oily skin. Dull skin
will suit something like Rimmel Wake Me Up (7.99).
Occasion: If youre buying foundation for an occason
like a wedding, bear in mind youre going to be pho-
tographed. Avoid foundations with a high SPF as they
tend to make you look white when flash photography
is used. Look out for titanium dioxide in the ingredi-
ents even if the bottle doesnt have an SPF on it.
MAC Face & Body foundation (25.00) is great for
events where flash photography will be used.
Hopefully these tip