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Rejoice: from today we are promised cooler weather and from today, I vow not to use the word ‘heatwave’ again. Why? Two reasons. I have referenced the word - along with many other beauty and fashion writers - around 364 times already this summer. I’m over it. And secondly because although the H-word evokes ideas of lounging in a park with a Calipso and good book, in beauty terms it’s a sweat-inducing, make-up melting, hair-puffing reality.
That is for everyone except Beyoncé, it seems, who graced the cover of the September issue of American Vogue with barely a scratch of make-up on. She has, what I call, a healthy humid face. Healthy humid face isn’t artificially glowing as a result of a shimmery...
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