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Woman & Home February 2021

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Published by TI Media Limited Woman & home is the UK’s number-one monthly magazine aimed at women aged 35+. Including best beauty advice, fabulous wearable fashion trends, delicious recipes, in-depth health and wellbeing advice, latest looks for the home, plus insightful interviews with celebrities and real women who have achieved remarkable things, W &H’s pages are bursting with irresistible inspiration. And there are also short stories, travel ideas, exclusive offers, competitions and much more besides! With a raft of top writers and stunning photography, W &H is gorgeous, glossy package.

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Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Future Publishing Ltd
Frequency:
Monthly
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12 Issues

in this issue

1 min.
2021? we’ve got this!

Hello 2021! Everyone is pretty pleased to see you! And to celebrate the start of this very welcome brand-new year, we have some fantastic ideas for a life refresh. How about starting with ‘me time’? I think we could all do with giving ourselves permission for self-care, so get started by reading our beauty feature Mind & body me time, on page 86, for some ideas on glorious ways to relax and revive. Of course it’s not all about lying around in the bath. In fact, increasingly for me, the answer to everything is always fresh air and a bit of communing with nature – read our Brrrr… Bring it on feature on page 46 about the new trend for embracing the cold. Turn to our travel inspiration section on page…

1 min.
meet our contributors

DOROTHY KOOMSON is an award-winning, global bestselling author, who took time out to write a short story for us on page 170. Her novels have been translated into more than 30 languages and UK sales alone are in excess of two million copies. What’s the nicest thing anyone has ever said to you? That reading my books made someone feel real. It was the first time they realised black women could be the heroine of any story. So many black women have said that over the years; it always makes me tear up. Author KATHERINE MAY is an avid lover of the outdoors. She presents The Wintering Sessions podcast, where writers or performers talk about the cold seasons in their life, and her latest book is Wintering, which made her the…

2 min.
join the conversation!

DREAM COME TRUE Like many others, I started writing during lockdown. For me, that time also came with a cancer diagnosis. But I wanted to let other readers know that I turned my experiences round into the realisation of a lifetime dream, and have published my first book, called Reaching for the Light. Jan Mitchell Rogers, by email A STITCH-UP? Amber Graafland’s article on 10 style lessons [November] suggested that for a few pounds, a pair of high-street trousers can be transformed. Why is it acceptable for only a few pounds to be paid? Many seamstresses take time and effort to ensure the perfect fit, but may earn less than minimum wage. Karen, by email TOO CLEAN I love the idea of feeling grateful for small things. But including the fact that we’ve become obsessed with hygiene…

1 min.
best beauty buys

1. The eye-opener Want smudge-free application and everyday glamour? Try this affordable mascara. Maybelline Falsies Lash Lift Mascara, £9.99, Superdrug 2. Limitless lashes Cult status for good reason – expect length, volume and separation. Worth every penny. Lancôme Hypnôse Mascara, £27, lancome.co.uk 3. Suitably sensitive Formulated for sensitive eyes, get elongated lashes without discomfort. La Roche-Posay Toleriane Volume Mascara, £16.50, laroche-posay.co.uk 4. Va-va volume Make-up artists love this non-irritating mascara. MAC Cosmetics Extended Play Gigablack Lash Mascara, £16.50, maccosmetics.co.uk 5. Lash magic Get that doe-eyed look minus the clumps with this richly pigmented formula. Kevyn Aucoin The Volume Mascara, £22, lookfantastic.com 6. Luxurious length Lashes will reap the luxury benefits of this volumising formula. Chantecaille Faux Cils Longest Lash Mascara, £62, chantecaille.co.uk 7. Up, up and away! Achieve serious volume and lift with this do-it-all mascara. IT Cosmetics Superhero Mascara, £21, itcosmetics.co.uk 8. Lift…

1 min.
it’s all about you!

@kazzstyle, 58, adds gold and pearl detailing to a look from @veneziadesigns for a super-luxe feel @stilettotrainers, 43, teams tonal accessories with her snakeskin maxi for a great put-together look @adelaknox, 44, wears a pleated skirt, which elongates her figure, giving a streamline silhouette @whitehairwisdom, 58, chooses leopard trainers to update double denim for a modern twist @wearitlikeruth, 42, opts for ankle boots to give her printed dress a new vibe @lynnlovesshopping, 55, shows how to utilise evening wear for a more wearable daytime look @tolu.thompson, 31, keeps her accessories simple and lets her dress do the talking @simplydeborah, 27, mixes neutral tones complemented by chic, timeless accessories Add your pictures by hashtagging #womanandhomestreetstyle or email wandhstreetstyle@futurenet.com to join in.…

6 min.
‘singing was my obsession’

Every Saturday night, for four months during the first lockdown and beyond, Katherine Jenkins performed a concert from home, singing live over Facebook – a total of 20 times to more than five million viewers. During a period of intense worry, fear and, for many, isolation, the mezzo-soprano’s music and infectious radiance worked like virtual magic, elevating the nation’s spirits while bringing a much-needed injection of stability. But today, chatting over Zoom from her sitting room in west London, Welsh-born Katherine has a confession, that the weekly concerts saved her too. ‘It’s OK to say it’s been hard. I’ve been through the ups and downs like everybody else,’ she admits. ‘Having something to work towards and knowing that other people were also relying on the 6pm meet got me through.’ Katherine’s music career…