Health, Lifestyle & Well-being

Beauty & Fashion

  • SKLE
    • £8.99
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    Liz Earle will show you how to nourish, polish and perfect your skin from the inside out - in just six weeks - in this practical and easy-to-follow book.

    The programme finds each week focusing on a different aspect of skincare, from detox and exfoliation to cleansing and healing and nourishing and balance to radiance and maintenance.

    The book will encourage you to incorporate new practices into your skincare routine including body brushing and meditation and also includes 80 tasty but easy recipes that will help your skin glow.
  • CWKK
    • £3.99
    • RRP £14.99
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    Curls, Waves & Kinks provides you with all the care and wear secrets for loving your natural curls.

    A book that will help make bad hair days a thing of the past, it will also help you discover the perfect style, whatever the occasion. There's a hair care chapter at the start of the book that explains the products you should use, how you should colour it and what natural treatments you should be trying.

    It then goes on to explain how you should deal with dry ends and the ways in which you can avoid crunchy curls. It also reveals how you should wash your hair and how to look after afro locks.
  • AG1080
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    If you want to add some style to your nails, this is the book for you. It has over 40 designs for nail decals you can print at home - and they're all bursting with personality.

    There are clear and photographic step-by-step tutorials to show you how to apply the designs and then download, scan, colour and trace and customise them. As an added bonus, it even comes with a sheet of ready-to-wear nail stickers so you can get started right away.

    The designs come from popular YouTuber Janelle Estep and range from paw prints to unicorns. She explains how to easily apply studs, jewels, glitter and polish techniques. All you need to get started is craft decal paper and a desktop printer.
  • Goop Clean Beauty - Hardback - 9780751568271 - Editors of Goop
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    Editors of Goop
    • £5.99
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    Goop is a lifestyle brand founded by Gwyneth Paltrow. In this beauty bible, its editors provide expert advice on clean living.

    Covering topics including what to eat, the importance of sleep, the power of antioxidants and the impact of exercise, it's full of tutorials, recipes and photographs. It also provides you with essential advice for dealing with skin issues and acne and provides suggestions on what the best clean make-up to use is.

    There are beauty tutorials from artists and hair stylists for you to follow and skin-boosting recipes are included, too. You can also discover beauty professionals' secrets, routines and beauty rituals.
  • JEWL
    • £12.99
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    An all-in-one guide to every kind of jewel, gem and semi-precious stone there is, this is a very lavish and beautifully presented book - complete with a flocked jacket.

    Published by DK, it is packed with spectacular photographs, intriguing overviews of the stones' histories and some incredible true-life stories. It takes an up-close look at the world's most extravagant and famous jewellery including the Koh-i-Noor, Faberege eggs and the Hope diamond.

    A sumptuous celebration of the treasures of the Earth, this is a brilliant book for anyone who is fascinated by gemstones, mineral and metals.
  • PTIK
    Pavan Ahluwalia
    • £3.99
    • RRP £9.99
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    Henna tattoos are a popular trend right now and this book from Pavan Ahluwalia will help you create and apply this temporary artwork to ensure you turn heads wherever you go - whether it's at a party, festival or if you're adorning the artwork just for fun.

    From selecting the right tattoo to choosing and creating the design and altering its size and applying it to your body, the book has 30 projects that range from larger-statement pieces for necklines to more discreet patterns for arms, wrists and fingers.

    There are also tips on how to add jewels and other embellishments to the designs and much, much more.
  • HMBT
    Juliette Goggin
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    Cosmetic experts Juliette Goggin and Abi Righton show how, using only natural ingredients, you can make skincare and haircare products easily at home.

    Truly inspirational, the products can be made using just a few basic materials and some kitchen equipment. The first part of the book looks at the things you will need to make the cosmetic projects; while the second includes 37 recipes for the face, body and hair, plus suggestions for adaptations.

    Including step-by-step instructions for home-made face and body scrubs, cleansers, toners, hand creams, body butters and bath bombs, the projects cater for all skin and hair types. It even includes ideas on how you can package them.
  • HTMS
    Sally Hornsey
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    Using traditional methods that incorporate both moisturising oils and butters, How to Make Your Own Soap presents readers with a wealth of soap recipes - in traditional bars, liquid or cream form.

    Including step-by-step instructions, stunning photographs and even packaging ideas for gifting your new creations to friends and family, the book teaches how to make soaps from scratch using natural products rather than purchasing commercial alternatives.

    A creative and health-promoting hobby, soap making is a hot new trend amongst hobbyists that shows no signs of slowing.
  • DRUP
    Rosy Nicholas
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    Full of 30 simple accessories to make and wear, Rosy Nicholas' Dress You Up is a book that shows you how to use everyday household items in an attempt to jazz up your wardrobe.

    A thrifty book for anyone who likes to make their own fashion accessories, it will show you how you can revamp your shoes, make paper and flower crowns and create colourful bangles and pom-pom rings.

    Good for beginners and experienced crafters, the projects use a range of hand-made techniques and the projects are accompanied by colourful illustrations and step-by-step photography.
  • AOFS
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    Have you ever stopped to think about just how special scarves are? From neckties to turbans and drapes, The Art of the Scarf is a celebration of this oh-so-fashionable accessory.

    Nearly everyone has a scarf tucked away in their wardrobe, but nowhere near as many are completely sure of how to wear them with style. This book shows you how to adapt your scarf in so many different ways. From bold bows to more subtle knots, there is a way to make the most of every scarf.

    With art deco-style black-and-white illustrations to show you how to achieve the right look, this quirky little book explains the best ways to wear scarves with tailored jackets, on nights out or even with a swimming costume.
  • HL2108
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    With natural remedy recipes for health, beauty, home and garden and pets, 1001 Natural Remedies is the most comprehensive reference available on this topic.

    Take natural, simple ingredients such as essential oils, herbs, honey, lemon, and baking soda, and turn them into shampoos, mouthwashes, and household cleaners that are safe, effective, and kind to the environment.

    Organised into four easy-to-reference sections, this guide is packed with 1001 recipes to treat common ailments, restore scuffed furniture, get rid of garden pests and so much more.
  • SKRB
    Mitchell Beazley
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    Brought to you by the people behind Sock Club London - a members-only club that has been established to elevate and champion men's hosiery - this book reveals the 10 essential rules when it comes to wearing socks.

    Clearly, socks are a very serious business. But like any kind of fashion and style, there are many pitfalls to be aware of. This book will help you avoid making any fashion faux pas with your hosiery. It reveals the style of socks that best complement brogues; explains whether patterned socks are permissible with sneakers; and even tells you just how high you should rule your trouser legs up.

    All told with a knowing sense of humour, the book establishes clear guidelines for every single aspect of the sock world.
  • BTON
    Lynn Knight
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    Lynn Knight always loved delving into her grandmother's Quality Street box full of buttons. Now she's inherited the collection - and moved the buttons into a wooden box - she offers a part-memoir/part-history of fashion that lifts the lids on women's lives and shows how every button can tell a story.

    Passed down through three generations of her family, the book provides a personal insight through the ages as signified by buttons - from the stories of women at home and in work during the First World War to those of the first clerical girls in their silk blouses through to the short skirts of the '60s.

    Other buttons that made an impact on the lives of Lynn's family include a toggle from a favourite coat, three tiny pearl buttons from her mother's first dress after being adopted and a jet button from a time of Victorian mourning.
  • THED
    Megan Hess
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    Megan Hess provides an illustrated guide to the beautiful garments that changed the world in the beautiful book, The Dress: 100 Iconic Moments in Fashion.

    Presented in hardback and with a stylish gold trim, it tells how a dress can capture a specific moment in time, the spirit of a generation, or even encapsulate a fashion icon. With Megan's stunning illustrations of the dresses (and those who wore them) throughout the book, it's a wonderful read for any fashion aficionado.

    From Audrey Hepburn's simple elegance to Lady Gaga's meat gown, the book takes a thorough look at the ever-evolving and always-inspiring fashion industry. All the dresses are accompanied by revealing facts and historical anecdotes too.
  • CBNS
    Charlotte Knight
    • £2.99
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    Let beauty expert Charlotte Knight help you look after your nails and achieve stunning results with this fantastic book.

    From high-end to the high street, this book will take you through all the basics and essential prep work needed to deliver incredible looks - including stripes, spots and Ciate's famous caviar look.

    With different shapes, golden rules for the perfect paint job and an FAQ section, The Ciate Book of Nail Styling is a must-have for anyone who wants their nails to look spectacular.
  • AQPUV
    Laura Cumming
    • £15.19
    • RRP £18.99
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    In 1845, a Reading bookseller named John Snare came across the dirt-blackened portrait of a prince at a country house auction. Suspecting that it might be a long-lost Velazquez, he bought the picture and set out to discover its strange history.

    When Laura Cumming stumbled on a startling trial involving John Snare, it sent her on a search of her own. At first she was pursuing the picture, and the life and work of the elusive painter, but then she found herself following the bookseller's fortunes too - from London to Edinburgh to nineteenth-century New York, from fame to ruin and exile.

    With an innovative fusion of detection and biography, this book (Longlisted for the Baillie Gifford Prize) shows how and why great works of art can affect us, even to the point of mania. And on the trail of John Snare, Cumming makes a surprising discovery of her own. But most movingly, the Vanishing Man is an eloquent and passionate homage to the Spanish master Velazquez, bringing us closer to the creation and appreciation of his works than ever before.
  • AAMVS
    Jemma Kidd
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    Millions of women throughout the world wear make-up, but few of them have been taught how to apply it.' This is what inspired leading international make-up artist Jemma Kidd's vision for her make-up school, product line and now book, which aims to teach a new generation of women how to use the latest and best formulations and techniques. Jemma Kidd Make-up is a glamorous, contemporary yet timeless make-up book that demystifies the art of make-up and shows every woman how to enhance her best features and feel confident in her appearance, whatever her age or lifestyle. Beautifully photographed and designed, it offers expert advice in an accessible and digestible way: informative text is broken down into bite-size chunks, with quotes, top tips, insider secrets and practical step-by-step instructions. With more than 10 years' experience of working in the beauty industry, Jemma Kidd shares her professional know-how and explains her fail-safe techniques for maximizing natural beauty. While sharing insights into her life as a make-up artist, with a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the preparation that goes on before a catwalk show or a magazine shoot, Jemma explains how she works with the latest fashion trends to creates new looks and colour schemes, and shows how these sometimes extreme looks can be adapted and toned down for everyday wear. About the Author A former model and fashion stylist, Jemma Kidd has been a leading international make-up artist since 1999 and was nominated for make-up artist of the year at the Pantene awards in 2000. She has a weekly column in You magazine (Mail on Sunday).
  • AKYDN
    Anne Berest
    • £13.59
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    How To Be Parisian brilliantly deconstructs the French woman's views on culture, fashion and attitude. Bohemian free-thinkers and iconoclasts, Anne Berest, Caroline De Maigret, Audrey Diwan and Sophie Mas cut through the myths in this gorgeous, witty guide to Parisienne savoir faire. These modern Parisiennes say what you don't expect to hear, just the way you want to hear it. They are not against smoking in bed, and all for art, politics and culture, making everything look easy, and going against the grain. They will take you on a first date, to a party and through a hangover. They will tell you how to be mysterious and sensual, make your boyfriend jealous, the right way to approach weddings and the gym, and they will share their address book in Paris for where to go at the end of the night, for a birthday, for a smart date, for vintage finds and much more. Full of wit and self-deprecating humour, How To Be Parisian explains those confusing subjects of clothes, makeup, men, culture and lifestyle as only a true Parisienne can.
  • ALKOG
    Potter Style
    • £9.79
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    How to Tie a Scarf
  • APKUE
    Lisa Eldridge
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    Make-up, as we know it, has only been commercially available in the last 100 years, but applying decoration to the face and body may be one of the oldest global social practices. Lisa Eldridge, one of the world's foremost make-up artists--with a very large and loyal public following of her own--has written the first real history of the subject. Face Paint will explore the reasons behind make-up's use, the actual materials employed and manufactured through the ages, the icons that people emulate and how they achieved their effects, the impact on women's lives and the present and future of make-up from high profile practitioners artists to cosmetic breakthroughs. Along with the glamorous trappings, this is also about women's history and the ways in which we can understand their story through the prism of make-up.
  • ACKGX
    Katie Reynolds
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    Vintage styles have never been more popular, with everyone from Madonna and Scarlett Johansson to Dita Von Teese indulging in retro glamour. Whether you want to a look you can wear day-to-day or one for a special outing or occasion, this must-have book has all you'll need to recreate the decadence and fun of vintage styles. Filled with step-by-step instructions, tips and techniques, and detailed photographs for make-up from the 1920s to the 1980s, Style Me Vintage Make Up provides everything you'll need to create authentic looks - whether you want to look like Marlene Dietrich, Marilyn Monroe or Madonna.
  • ACTOP
    Melinda Coss
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    This new book by bestselling soapmaking author Melinda Coss focuses on natural ingredients and provides a wonderful range of recipes for bar and liquid soaps as well as creams, lotions and balms. The techniques section covers everything you need to know to create these wonderful soaps at home and all of the equipment needed is fully explained, so even a beginner could start making soap in no time. The recipes include fruit soaps, scrub bars, skin creams and flower waters, and there is even a section on special effects for a really special treat. With such a wide choice of design, colour and scent there's bound to be something here for everyone. Melinda also includes an invaluable section on running a soapmaking business, giving essential advice for anyone looking to profit from their newfound skills.
  • AIXDS
    Dawn O'Porter
    • £16.00
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    Tying-in to her new prime-time six-part Channel 4 show of the same name, journalist Dawn O'Porter is a woman on a mission - to ignite Britain's passion for vintage fashion! We're a nation obsessed with cheap, disposable clothing - but Dawn and her team of vintage style experts are here to show you why hunting for one-of-a-kind fashion gems is more exciting, better value for money, and a lot more fun. Are you fed up of the same old high street shops? Are you bored of your wardrobe? Do you fear arriving at a party and seeing someone wearing the same thing as you? Yes? Then it sounds like you're in need of a modern vintage makeover! This Old Thing is here to show you that vintage shopping doesn't have to mean rummaging through old cardigans at a car boot sale - instead, let Dawn introduce you to a world of beautiful and unique fashion treasures, and show you how to create a glamorous personal style that is all your own. Packed full of insider vintage fashion know-how, This Old Thing will take you through the history behind your fashion favourites (including the classic Little Black Dress...) advise you on how to find gorgeous vintage jewels of your own, and show you how a few simple tricks can turn an old item of clothing into a fabulous prized possession. Whether you're a vintage virgin or a retro clothing addict, This Old Thing is an indispensable style handbook offering even more of the vintage hints, history and how-tos shared by Dawn in the new Channel 4 series.
  • AUCBI
    Christine Shahin
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    Commercial hair dyes contain thousands of different chemicals, some of which are reported to be carcinogenic but you don't have to choose between gorgeous colour and good health. Hair care expert Christine Shahin shows you how to use nontoxic natural plant pigments - henna, indigo, amla, and cassis - to colour your hair naturally, and with beautiful results! These pigments are readily available at natural food stores and online; they're simple, safe, and easy to use; and they cost much less than a trip to the salon. With clearly written instructions and step-by- step photography, Shahin shows you exactly how to apply these pigments, alone or in combinations, to achieve a full range of shades of brown, black, and red. She also includes instructions for transitioning from chemical dyes to natural ones and for using chemical and natural dyes together.