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Good Housekeeping UKGood Housekeeping UK

Good Housekeeping UK September 2018

Good Housekeeping Magazine gives you the best recipes, health advice, beauty and fashion expertise, consumer testing reports, great ideas for your home and real life inspirational stories. It is the one magazine you can always trust for expertise and tireless attention to detail delivered in a positive and accessible way which gives readers direct access to “the best of everything”.

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United Kingdom
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English
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Hearst Magazines UK
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12 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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it’s so good to meet you!

Hello and welcome to September Good Housekeeping, my first issue as your new editor-in-chief. I can’t tell you how thrilled I am to be here – Good Housekeeping is a magazine I’ve been reading for well over a decade and, just like you, I love it for its mix of inspiring features, fabulous style advice, home ideas, delicious recipes and, of course, its incredible Good Housekeeping Institute and Tried, Tested, Trusted product reviews.I feel unbelievably fortunate to be leading a team of unquestionably the most experienced and most talented journalists in the media sector, among them executive editor, Michelle Hather; group beauty director, Eve Cameron; consumer affairs director, Caroline Bloor; cookery director, Meike Beck; fashion directors Oonagh Brennan and Amanda Marcantonio; homes & gardens editor, Carolyn Bailey; features editor, Jackie…

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worth sharing write, email, facebook or tweet

After all, mothers always know bestQ. What’s the best beauty tip your mother gave you?A. Always remove make-up before bed, no matter how late it is, how tired I am and how much I’ve had to drink! I’ll be passing on the advice to my daughter.VICTORIA WILKINSRubbing Vaseline on your wrists before spraying with perfume makes it last longer.LAURA MARIEPillowcases in silk or satin are best for your skin – and less likely to cause wrinkles in the long-term.BELLA WHITEA dab of light eyeshadow in the inner corners of your eyes brightens them, even when you’re feeling exhausted.ANNE DOUGLASDon’t throw away mascara when it’s finished. You can clean it and use it as a brow brush!KAREN JONESSunday night pamper sessions – a long bath, face mask and nail painting –…

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good ideas for september

Hat, £12.99, shein.co.ukVase, £48.50, Rosenthal Twait at AmaraLoupe sandals, £80, 3-8, DuneLace dress, £99, 8-28, ElviQuilt, £178, Printer + TailorPolish in You’ve Got Tan-gerine Lines, £10.99, Morgan Taylor at Sally BeautySunglasses, £70, BodenGlobe light, £90, Wild & WolfBag, £395, Aspinal of LondonLuggage tag, £65, SmythsonPassport cover, £165, SmythsonEarrings, £35, JaegerCitron & Coriander Energising Hand Cream, £18, Crabtree & EvelynSandals, £80, 3-8, DuneBowl, £8, M&CoBronzing powder in Gold Dust, £52, Tom FordMarch Hare red wallpaper, £50 per roll, Jane Churchill. Seat, £885, Ercol. Cushions, from a selection, Emily Mackey (left) and Fermoie (right). Throw, from a selection, De Mont & WrightTop, £65, 6-22, BodenThe Ritual of Happy Buddha Body Oil, £19.50, RitualsHanging planter, £13.50, Ian SnowGiselle beaded cushion, £35, Biba at House of FraserNecklace, £16, JD WilliamsCOMPILED BY: AMANDA MARCANTONIO, CAROLYN…

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‘i’ve never felt so powerful…   & so calm’

‘It’s grounding having a temperamental boiler,’ says Emma Thompson, who is perched on a kitchen worktop, twiddling knobs and searching for any sign of a pilot light. We’re in her office on the same street in north London where she lives, having an afternoon cuppa. She’s made the tea and organised sticky patisserie tarts and chocolate biscuits. As far as hosts go, she’s impeccable. And as far as down-to-earth national treasures go, she’s one of the best.There are no airs and graces, which makes her engaging company. When it was announced she was being made a Dame in the Birthday Honours list, she reacted with her signature brand of self-deprecating humour, saying, ‘It’s a huge honour. I’ve always wanted to be able to refer to myself as a dame. Small…

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new season new look

LEARN TO LOVE LEOPARDMore versatile than you might think, leopard print adds personality to neutrals and elevates love-worn denim. For best effect, opt for relaxed fits and feminine details. Need a quick fashion fix? Accessories are an easy way to try any trend, so invest in animal-print shoes to wear with trousers or skirts.FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: IRINA: Cashmere hoodie, £69.90, xxs-xxl, Uniqlo. Dress, £550, 6-18, Goat. Jacket, from a selection at Margaret Howell. Trainers, £50, 2.5-13.5, superga.co.uk GURUS: Cashmere jumper, £119; trousers, £110, both 6-16, both The White Company. Hooded blouse, £345, 8-18, Luisa Cerano. Trainers, £89.95, 3-8, Joules MICHELLE: Coatigan, £90, xs-l, Modern Rarity at John Lewis. Blouse, £74.50, xxs-xxl, J.Crew. Trousers, £165, 6-18, Toast. Backpack, £59.95, Joules. Trainers, £170, 2-9, French SoleGO BACK TO BASICSMinimalists will adore…

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the high-shine skirt

PLEATMid-length A-line skirts flatter pear shapes perfectly. Keep colours tonal for a sophisticated mix of textures and prints.PENCILPencil skirts suit narrow and curvy frames alike. Pair them with sleek trainers for a modern look.TIP Contrast bold sequins with oversized knits to make them more daytime and less ‘disco’.TIP Go tailored on top with a smart jacket to keep volume in check.TIP Gold flatters all skin tones and is definitely the metallic of the moment.TIP Boyish brogues add an on-trend twist and prevent pleated skirts looking ‘matronly’. ■…

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