Beauty Bites: One Direction To Launch A Make-Up Range With MUA Cosmetics

Beauty Bites: One Direction To Launch A Make-Up Range With MUA Cosmetics

As ever, our team of beauty gurus pledge to bring you the latest trends, beauty news and exciting events, all on one page. Been too busy ogling over the royal baby to notice what’s been going on? Fear not, ladies, we’ve got it all sorted, just for you. Look no further than our weekly roundup...

One Direction To Release Make-Up Range With MUA Cosmetics

Scrap the royal babe- this is exciting news if ever we’ve heard it. Breaking news reaching Grazia HQ reveals that One Direction have teamed up with MUA Cosmetics to release The Little Things make-up collection, a whole range of products available exclusively at Superdrug from next week. We reckon the lipsticks will be a sell-out, considering they have the boys’ signatures embedded on the tins! However, when it comes to our beauty wish-list, we’ve definitely got our eyes on the cheek tints, aptly named ‘What Makes You Beautiful’. Enough said. We can’t wait to stock up- bulging beauty bags here we come!

Beauty Bites: One Direction To Launch A Make-Up Range With MUA Cosmetics

Prices start at £2.50. For more information visit www.onedirectionbeauty.com

James Read Comes To Harvey Nichols

Now, this is exciting news if ever we’ve heard any. Welcome to a new age of bronzing, ladies, as tanning guru James Read is launching James Read The Studio at Harvey Nichols, London, tomorrow, 24 July. The first branded tanning studio created by an industry expert, we reckon this will quickly become the hottest destination for a golden glow!   

Beauty Bites: One Direction To Launch A Make-Up Range With MUA Cosmetics

The Baby Lips Countdown Reaches Fever Pitch!

It seems as if we’ve been waiting an absolute age, but the wait is finally over. With less than 24 hours to go until Maybelline’s Baby Lips reaches UK shores, it’s high time you signed on to the waiting list. Hurry, before it’s too late!

Beauty Bites: One Direction To Launch A Make-Up Range With MUA Cosmetics

Cowshed Celebrates It’s 15th Birthday

Back in 1998 Soho House opened Babington as their first hotel, with a dinky little spa in the old cowshed. Visitors to the spa loved the products so much that the range was eventually developed into the Cowshed we know and love today, using herbs and botanicals from Babington’s stunning Walled Garden. Us Grazia ladies have always been huge fans of Cowshed, so we were totally thrilled to hear that the legendary spa will be reintroducing three treatments originally created for the first spa opening 15 years ago. Our pick? At a special birthday price of £65, the Double Cream full body massage is a total steal, and a seriously decadent way to celebrate!

Beauty Bites: One Direction To Launch A Make-Up Range With MUA Cosmetics

Who needs birthday cake when you have Cowshed?



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