New Zealand Woman’s Weekly


Admit it – that mascara has been in there far too long, and when was the last time you wore that blue eyeshadow that’s crumbling in the bottom of your bag? It’s time for a clear-out.



Foundation these days isn’t about covering your skin like a mask. Pick one with skincare properties that evens out your tone and covers any redness but still makes your skin look like skin. Then make it suit all occasions by adding a drop

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