Make-up featuring sexually-themed names is to be pulled from the shelves following a public outcry.
“We’re working hard to put this right” — Boots to change name of sex-themed make-up colours after outcry
A High Street store says changes will be made after The Courier revealed it stocks make-up featuring sexually-themed names including "foreplay" and "MILF".
A budget make-up set featuring colours with sexualised names including “foreplay” and “booty call” could have “dangerous consequences” for young women, it has been warned.
Once women get beyond a certain age (which begins with a five and ends with a zero), they are constantly warned that unless they slather their faces in stuff on a regular basis their skin will begin to crack and eventually disintegrate. This has prompted me to compile one of my handy cut-out-and-keep guides. Welcome to skincare routines through the decades:
Jonathan Feeney-Brown tells Caroline Lindsay how a career in the beauty industry has given his life a makeover
Women with 'heavy' make-up are less likely to be seen as good leaders, a new Abertay University study has claimed.
As a shambling blood-covered zombie lurches its way across the road and into a nearby graveyard, terrified passers-by hurry out of its path. But this isn’t a scene from the latest horror flick – it’s mid-afternoon in Dundee city centre and for ‘zombie’ Andy Finlay, it’s just an ordinary day.