Glamour UK

Glamour UK Spring 2018

Britain’s No1 Women's Magazine has the hottest celebrities, the best fashion and beauty, gripping real-life stories, in depth features, plus entertainment, health, fitness, food and travel... and much, much more. Please note: This digital version of the magazine does not include the covermount items, bound-inserts or tipons you would find on printed newsstand copies

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3 min.

…to your first biannual spring/summer issue of GLAMOUR. You may have noticed that since you last saw us, we’ve had a few tweaks. GLAMOUR has always loved beauty, but like many of you, our obsession with it has grown – and we want everything we do to reflect this. So we’ve shaken things up to bring you our new vision of beauty. In our biggest-ever GLAMOUR Beauty Survey (p52), we asked what beauty means to you and, of course, it goes deeper than the colour of your lipstick. It’s your identity, your cultural heritage, your self-esteem – it gives you a sense of belonging. Unfortunately, many of you also told us that you’ve faced prejudice for how you look – from your skin colour to body shape. Luckily, we’re living in…

5 min.
what's your beauty crew?

The glow getters Membership to this fresh-faced club, alongside Emma Watson and Miranda Kerr, isn’t about how your make-up looks (a hint of blush for a straight-from-Pilates flush), but that you’ll go make-up free at a moment’s notice. Fabulous skin is your thing – and you’re committed to it. You spend more on skincare than organic green juice (although only just); you’re a yoga lover like Emma; have sworn off sugar and caffeine like Gisele; or take after booze-free Blake. Two litres of water and eight hours’ sleep are non-negotiable, but it’s a ‘hell, yeah’ for hyaluronic acid and vitamin C skin-serum cocktails – and the glow’s worth it all. @Follow @iskra, @chufy, @the_press_tour, @fopopps, @veronikaheilbrunner The glam goth This clique makes an art out of looking like they stayed up all night – or,…

1 min.
show off

Pink rethink Everyone’s favourite colour gets a modern makeover at Self-Portrait. Less feminine, more femme fatale. Raw edge As seen at Prada, all this pared-back look needs is a brushed-up brow, choppy hair and sun-kissed skin. The power pout Pristine lips are having a party – make some shapes like those at Maison Margiela. The feminist flick Not all eyeliner is created equal: take a stand like Bella at Fendi. Sci-fi skin This look borrows from A.I. – see the glossy skin, sleek hair and holographic highlights that wowed at Natasha Zinko. Glow up with glitter It’s game on with sparkles: eyes, lips and cheeks all want to play. We love this chic parallel take at Anna Sui. Popart Swipe left, swipe right with bold hues in graphic shapes, like the pigment pops at Byblos. Roll with it The only way is up for spring’s…

1 min.
hey, it’s ok..

…to post an old photo of a cocktail so nobody knows you’re spending Saturday night with a face mask on …to get scissor happy after three glasses of pinot, but deny to your hairdresser that you cut your own fringe …if your friendship is based solely on tagging each other in memes – it’s basically the 2018 version of ‘I love you’, right? …to regret wearing that playsuit when you have to strip naked in a club toilet …to return an Asos parcel within the 28-day period, then reward your impeccable organisation with another gigantic order …if your idea of a ‘marathon’ is watching an entire series on Netflix in a day. After all, it requires an equal amount of dedication and carb-loading …to go on holiday with every intention of digital detoxing, but immediately log…

7 min.
the big    glamour    beauty    survey

We know that beauty means so much more than simply lipstick and eyeliner: it taps into something much deeper and more personal. It’s about who you are, and how you feel. That’s why we decided to ask women across the UK what you really think about beauty today, and how it impacts every aspect of your lives – culturally, socially and emotionally. 83% of women say SELF-CONFIDENCE = BEAUTY Almost two-thirds of women (62%) aged 16 to 34 say their appearance contributes to their sense of identity. “I have pale skin, red hair and olive-green eyes, and it makes me very proud to look so Irish,” says 27-year-old Eve, who lives in London. “So, the way I look is a big part of my identity.” Anna, 24, in Nottingham, agrees. “I have…

1 min.
british beauty: the breakdown

BOTOX CAPITAL = NORTH WEST Women here are most likely to say ‘yes’ to cosmetic enhancements: 58% of women in Manchester have had, or would have, a procedure. Botox is their No1 treatment. FILTER ADDICTS = THE MIDLANDS Respondents here are most likely to edit the hell out of a selfie – but don’t mistake it for insecurity: they’re actually the least likely to compare themselves to others. CONCEALER QUEENS = THE HOME COUNTIES Here, 41% of women would like better skin. It’s where concealer use is highest – almost a third (29%) couldn’t live without it. FITNESS FANATICS = NORTH EAST It’s where 81% of women exercise regularly – and they’re the beauty queens of the gym (most likely to wear make-up to work out). SCENT LOVERS = WALES Hello, perfume addicts: one in four readers couldn’t live…