Corporations are getting better at imbuing the same anxieties into men that women have about their beauty and bodies, says writer Dejan Jotanovic.
Is your make-up collection a bit all over the place? We get you, so is ours. Dozens of zippy cases and random boxes filled with a lipstick you forgot you had, a million kirby grips and a dried up mascara. Well in the spirit of a new year, new start, we asked some of the most organised beauty experts we know about exactly how you should sort out your products. Bookmark this and never mourn the loss of a forgotten lipstick again.
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Christmas might be a way off – 63 days away, to be exact – but if you want to get your hands on one of this year’s top beauty advent calendars, you’re going to have to get moving.This year, it seems every beauty brand out there has a beauty advent calendar for sale. Naturally, the annual favourites are back – think Liberty London, The Body Shop, Charlotte Tilbury, Boots’ No. 7 and Jo Malone – but there are some new kids on the block, too.Jo Loves has a calendar this year, packed full of 24 scented candles, colognes and body products. Plus, a very special Christmas Day treat to open.Net-A-Porter’s advent calendar is seriously chic. Crafted using the brand’s iconic packaging, you can expect to open delights from the likes of Le Labo, Sunday Riley and Marc Jacobs. At a third of the price, ASOS’ advent calendar is ideal for younger shoppers after some of 2018’s most Insta-famous brands. You’ll open doors to minis from MAC, Sandy & Sky, J. One and more.Move fast to get your hands on Liberty London’s 2018 calendar – the waiting list for it started just a month after last Christmas. This year, it’s available to buy from 24 October.