Dry Hair?

Dry, damaged, and brittle? No, we aren’t talking about my personality; we are talking about my hair. I have always been an experimenter when it comes to hair; in fact, I will experiment with most things at least once: we only get one life after all. Thus far I have had red, brown, black, purple,... Continue Reading →

Best Makeup Brand?

I have only had one affair in my life. I feel so horrible for doing it. The flashbacks of my sinful acts make me nauseous. The pain and hurt I caused my significant other haunts me to this very day. Five years ago, I met the love of my life. Two years ago, I broke... Continue Reading →

The highest of highlights? Regardless of the current trends in makeup, it is my firm belief that highlighters will always be popular and most of us will always have one (hundred) in our makeup kits. Last year saw 12 whole months of contouring and highlighting. This process involves bringing forward and emphasising your favourite features... Continue Reading →

How to Zap a Zit for Dummies

Spots, pimples, blemishes, acne, imperfections. You can dress it up how you like, but they suck and we do not want them. Be gone you festering, repugnantly vile red balls of sebum on my face. Why must you be there? I eat healthy. I could outdrink Nemo in H2O and I have a skincare routine... Continue Reading →

From fake-tan to faux-tan, darling

As the smell of nourishing coconut, infused with pressed pineapple tickles my nostrils, the shimmering sun ripples along my bronzed skin and flows down the sand towards the water. I remove my sunglasses to wipe the beads of sweat from my lashes; I open one eye to see if the beach is still buzzing with... Continue Reading →

Why do YOU wear makeup?

Since becoming a beauty blogger for Lookfantastic by winning their competition, #thebeautyset, to find everyday beauty enthusiasts, and taking part in the #Iamfantatsic campaign, I have been asked a lot what it is like to be a guy who wears makeup and why I do it. My immediate response tends to be rather sharp and... Continue Reading →

Should we judge people by their style?

The tightness of your jeans alludes to your tightness elsewhere and the flamboyancy of your paisley-print shirt screams homosexuality louder than the wearer in bed. Most of our readers will stand against stereotyping and labelling of individuals within society, who can express themselves as they see fit, but the same people will also support the... Continue Reading →

Queer Questioning for Dummies

Busy shopping centre. Straight Sam and Gay Gary stand outside ‘John and Lewis’. They chat about the existential dimension of homosexuality. Sam is dressed stylishly on his way to a first date. Gary is dressed in a football top and trainers. SAM. How have you been keeping? It’s been so long since the last time... Continue Reading →

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