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Cosmopolitan UK

December 2020 - January 2021

Cosmopolitan Magazine celebrates fun, glamour and a passion for life. Inspiring young women to be the best they can be with everything from high street fashion must-haves and stunning make-up tips, career news, sex and relationship advice, as well as intimate interviews with your favourite celebs! It's gutsy, intimate and most importantly honest about issues affecting women.

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All hail, The Crown Good things come to those who wait, so it makes sense that it feels like we’ve been waiting an eternity for the fourth series of The Crown. This is the one where we’re introduced to major new characters – Princess Diana (Emma Corrin, pictured) and Margaret Thatcher (Gillian Anderson) – and the drama of the monarchy during the ’80s. This much is certain: Olivia Colman and Helena Bonham Carter is a duo we would cross oceans for. Series four of The Crown is on Netflix from 15th November…

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kristen stewart: a bite-size history

1999 THE THIRTEENTH YEAR Stewart was scouted at a school play aged eight, and her first-ever role, in a film about a teenage merman, involved zero lines and a white polo-neck. You can stream it now on Disney+. She’s one of the kids queuing for the water fountain in the school corridor. 2002 PANIC ROOM There aren’t many 12-year-olds who get to work with Jodie Foster and Jared Leto. This jumpy psychological thriller, about a mother and daughter whose house is invaded by burglars, gave us nightmares for weeks. 2007 INTO THE WILD Nine projects later and Stewart starred alongside Emile Hirsch and Vince Vaughn in this award-winning adaptation of Christopher McCandless’s story (in which a graduate hitchhikes to Alaska to live there). Stewart played Tracy Tatro, a teenager who meets the nomad in Slab City during his…

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ou r al terna ti ve tv guide

Don’t Rock The Boat In a sentence… Twelve celebrities row the length of Britain while competing in challenges. Vibe? Celebrity Island With Bear Grylls crossed with SAS: Who Dares Wins. Who’s in it? It’s hosted by Freddie Flintoff and The Voice’s AJ Odudu (both below). Jack Fincham and Fleur East compete. When to watch? After your Boxing Day meal of leftovers, AKA day three of wearing pyjamas. ITV, November Bridgerton In a sentence… The story of the wealthy Bridgerton family in 1800s London as they navigate the demands of high-society and the “marriage mart” that comes with it. Vibe? Downton Abbey. Who’s in it? Nicola Coughlan and Adjoa Andoh, and it’s narrated by Julie Andrews. When to watch? When you’re drunk enough to tolerate names like Hyacinth and Prudence. Netflix, Christmas Day The Prom In a sentence… Ryan Murphy’s adaptation of a musical in which a cast of Broadway eccentrics help two…

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EVERYDAY FACIAL SPF SkinCeuticals Advanced Brightening UV Defense Sunscreen SPF50, £45 The best SPF just got even better: now with niacinamide to help fight hyper-pigmentation. HYDRATING SERUM Boots Your Good Skin Instant Nourishing Booster, £12 Mix this with your moisturiser to give thirsty skin an extra hit of hydration. DARK-SPOT CORRECTOR REN Overnight Glow Dark Spot Sleeping Cream, £49 A nuanced approach to hyper-pigmentation that leaves the rest of your skin alone. Bravo. RICH MOISTURISER Kate Somerville DeliKate Recovery Cream, £69 A cocooning, skin-barrier-loving moisturiser that will rescue stressed skin from the brink. EYE CREAM Biossance Squalane + Marine Algae Eye Cream, £46 Harnessing the superpowers of squalane, this anti-ager melts into tired under-eyes. SOOTHING SERUM Dr Dennis Gross B3Adaptive Superfoods Stress Rescue Super Serum, £75 Packed with superfood extracts and niacinamide, this silky serum is your stressed skin’s five-a-day. RETINOL PRODUCT Olay Regenerist Retinol24 Night Moisturizer, £34.99 A non-scary…

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Bags of fun Let’s party like it’s 2019, or 2021, or basically any time that isn’t 2020, please. OK, so we have spent pretty much a year wearing pyjamas and no bra (that’s not just us, right?) but it really does make a difference to add a fancy little bag to the comfy stuff, even if you’re just popping down to Tesco. Admittedly, you probably won’t fit a can of beans or a block of cheese into any of these but this scenario is exactly what reusable shopping bags are for, surely? Pink, £139, Kurt Geiger. Crystal, £445, Rosantica. Green and gold, £29, Topshop. Pearl, £339, 0711 Tbilisi WORDS AMY BANNERMAN. STYLING NATALIE MICKEY. PHOTOGRAPH CONOR CLINCH. DRESS, £220, ROTATE AT BROWNSFASHION.COM. ROSE-GOLD BAND RING, £32;PINK STONE RING, £80; YELLOW STONE RING, £80;…

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START THINGS IN STYLE If there’s a time of year when being OTT is basically de rigueur, it’s Christmas. Over the next few pages, we’ll be showing you how to do it without breaking the bank. First up: want to be the kind of person who can “saber” your champagne? Course you do! Slicing the cork off your bubbly is the best party trick ever. All you need is a butter knife, an ice-cold bottle of fizz and Beyoncé levels of confidence… The party trick 1 Keep that bottle chilled for at least three hours prior to popping it. After you’ve gathered people to watch your new skills in action (from a safe distance), remove the foil and cage from the cork. 2 Hold the bottle close to the bottom and angle it up…