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5 problems all vegan parents will understand

Every time you throw a birthday party, you know all the other parents are wondering whether you’ll feed their kids anything other than lentils (Picture: Getty) The number of vegans aged 15 or over in the UK has grown by 350% over the past decade, and the number of mini-vegans will surely have also increased as more and more vegan parents ...

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Artist creates dolls with vitiligo to show children that diversity is beautiful

(Picture: kaycustoms) An artist has created a range of dolls in hopes to show children that diversity is beautiful. Kay Customz has handmade some customised dolls with vitiligo, a skin condition that leaves pale white patches on the skin. Kay debuted the first doll to portray the skin condition back in September 2017, dubbing it her ‘Vitiligo Baby’ on her ...

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Be their guest: A Beauty and the Beast themed feast is coming to London

(Picture: Disney) A Beauty and the Beast themed feast is coming to London, where guests are invite to arrive ‘as a beauty’, and ‘leave as a beast’. Thanks to Designers & Edge, you can now follow in the footsteps of Belle by arriving at the Beast’s grey palace for dinner and a show. The Beauty and the Beast feast is ...

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Giving Up: How giving up Snapchat filters helped me feel more confident in my own skin

(Picture: Getty – Myles Goode) I know it sounds silly, but ever since I first downloaded Snapchat a year ago I’ve been obsessed with using the app’s filters. It got to a point where I felt uncomfortable sharing a photo of myself on social media without one. I’d grown accustomed to seeing Snapchat’s features on my face. Widened eyes, flawless ...

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Woman Seriously Regrets Applying Fake Tan Before Hitting The Gym

Sometimes, fake tan can prove more trouble than it’s worth. One woman who learned this the hard way was Eve from Falkirk, Scotland, who wore fake tan to the gym. Later that day, she realised the beauty product hadn’t quite mixed well with her fitness gear. that’s the last time a work out with tan on btw ahahah pic.twitter.com/1y291bdZYw — eve ...

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Primark's Christmas Jumpers 2017: The Men's Range Is Just As Cute As The Women's Collection

Men’s fashion has a bad rep for being less “fun” than women’s, but Primark’s range of men’s Christmas jumpers  is ever bit as cute as their women’s collection. Of course Primark couldn’t leave the lads out this season. They’ve offered up a range not too dissimilar to the ladies’. The ‘Fairisle’ patterned jumpers in warm, festive tones and patterns can be found ...

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H&M's 2017 Halloween Party Wear Will Have You Wishing Every Day Was A Masquerade Ball

H&M has released a series of Halloween-appropriate garments to wear out on the town and you’ll want to waer them beyond 31 October.  The looks range from jester-style headgear to mad hatter-themed accessories and the collection is, perhaps, a nod to the evocative mischief at the height of the masquerade era.  As the brand states: “you shouldn’t have to sacrifice ...

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Get your freak on – 8 great events to hit up this Halloween

Raise a glass to Halloween (Picture: Getty) Something wicked this way comes, so get ready to party. Yes, spooksters, Halloween is just around the corner, and once again we’re in a quandary (and multiple WhatsApp groups) about how to nail the festivities in style. Why scents can evoke different emotions So much more than just knocking around the local estate ...

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A luxury Odeon cinema with leather recliners and fancy food is set to open in October

(Picture: Odeon) If the rooftop cinema popups and films shown on boats haven’t given the game away, people are asking for a little more than just popcorn when they ponder seeing a movie. We want luxurious experiences. A reason to actually pay and go to a cinema rather than just rewatching Hilary Duff films on Netflix. That’s why there are ...

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Guys, please stay out of your girlfriend’s arguments

(Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk) When you’re at primary school and someone pushes you over in the playground, it’s quite right to go and tell an adult.  Similarly, if you’re being bullied at secondary school the sensible thing to do is to inform a teacher. But by the time you reach adulthood, the idea of telling tales on another adult ...

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