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Singapore Women's Weekly

Singapore Women's Weekly February 2017

The Singapore Women’s Weekly is one of the best-selling women's magazines in Asia. You'll find juicy real-life stories, gorgeous fashion and beauty, and health and relationship advice that works for the busy woman. And there's so much more: Inspiring decor ideas plus collect 'n' keep cookcards with recipes to suit Asian tastes. The Singapore Women’s Weekly has everything you want – and they're all in one place.

国家:
Singapore
语言:
English
出版商:
SPH Magazines Pte Ltd
Frequency:
Bimonthly
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red carpet to runway

Sunshine Girls Whether it be canary yellow or molten gold, this eye-catching colour will certainly make you stand out from the crowd. Come on strong with a head-to-toe look a la Emily Ratajkowski, or opt instead for a pop of colour like golden girl Cate Blanchett. Florecore Forever Florals for spring can be very ‘been there done that’, but turn up the volume like Emily Blunt and Kirsten Dunst, or edge it up in black and white like Blake Lively to make your botanicals flirty and feminine, or bold and statement-making. Here’s more inspiration fresh for the picking. Pedal To The Metal Shine bright like a diamond in molten metals that give you a shot of glamour. Take it to the next level by opting for sequins or rich colours; dazzle onlookers and cast cute…

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win! the cover look

Get Yao Chen’s elegant look with makeup from Yves Saint Laurent Beauté. We are giving away five Yves Saint Laurent Beauté makeup hampers, worth $435 each, consisting of the Couture Palette in #14 Rosy Glow, Mascara Volume Effect Faux Cils in #1, Eyeliner Effet Faux Cils Shocking in #3 Glazed Brown, Dessin Du Regard Eye Pencil in #1 Noir Violage, Top Secrets Instant Moisture Glow, Volupte Tint-in-Oil in #13 Pink It To Me, and Blush Volupte Heart of Light Powder Blush in #4 Baby Doll. VISIT www.womensweekly.com.sg TO ENTER Alternatively, scan this QR Code to participate in this promotion. Promotion valid from January 16 to February 15, 2017. Enter code YL#0217 to increase your chances to win. Winners will be notified via email by end of March 2017. Promotion is open to…

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say it, e-mail it, facebook it

E-MAIL of the month From Delvene Beaumont “While sitting at a children’s amusement centre, I chanced upon The Singapore Women’s Weekly’s January issue and decided to browse through it while waiting for my kids. Not only did I find the articles within practical and useful, but the images in your beauty and fashion sections really inspired me. Thank you for a great magazine, I’ll be buying next month’s copy for sure!” POST of the month Liana Zaidi shares her Valentine’s Day plans with us on The Weekly’s Facebook page “I will cook up a feast for my loving hubby on V-Day, as he loves food and I love to cook! I remember the day we got married and told each other that money or gifts are less important than the love we share. Now we…

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the weekly ’s hot husband of the month

“Arnaud and I celebrated our third anniversary last year. We’ve had our share of fights, but our relationship has only gotten stronger. He does all the cooking and 90 per cent of the housework, which makes my girlfriends green with envy. In my next life, I still want to be his wife!” Would you like to participate in E-Mail, Post or Hot Husband of the Month? Write to sww@sph.com.sg or visit www.facebook.com/thesingaporewomensweekly, and you may win a prize. By participating in the Your Say section, you hereby grant us permission to use or reproduce your contributing post and your images in our magazine on all platforms, and to collect, use and disclose your personal data for purposes related to Your Say, including to contact you regarding any prizes won by you.…

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zoe saldana

Objects of her affection…

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eat, play, love, laugh

The Lunar New Year is the time when I miss my late grandmother most. I remember how she would start preparations weeks ahead, and would tirelessly work her way through till New Year’s day when the family gathered for lunch. The smells and sounds of her in the kitchen are special memories she’s left me – along with her buah keluak recipe (transmitted verbally and stored in my head). She preferred her buah keluak unadulterated – nothing else, except salt and sugar, is added to the paste – and taught us to do the same. There has been no recipe that’s matched up to hers… until I tasted Candlenut’s version, which was at once familiar. It’s actually the closest that’s come to hers. So it’s really special to me that Michelin…