A Guide To Christmas Eve Boxes

In recent years, Christmas eve boxes have become more popular and have started to become more of a tradition. The idea is that you buy a box and fill it with festive goodies for a loved one to open on the night before Christmas. Many people fill them with things such as pyjamas, bath bombs, face masks, chocolate and Christmas movies! Here’s a selection of Christmas eve boxes that are available at your local shops and supermarkets.

children opening a christmas eve box

Asda

Asda has a selection of different types of gift boxes that aren’t necessarily Christmas Eve boxes but would definitely be perfect to use. These boxes come in different sizes and different patterns with one option saying ‘ho ho ho’ all over it and another saying ‘Merry Christmas’. They also range in price but the most boxes cost £2 or £3 which is one of the cheaper options allowing you to spend more on the contents of the box.

Matalan

Similar to Asda, Matalan also has a few options for boxes such as the 6 pack of novelty Christmas treat boxes which you can use to give small individual gifts. Their prices range from £3 to £4 which is great as you can keep the costs down whilst still being able to buy the gifts you would like.

John Lewis

John Lewis’s boxes are a little more expensive with the price tag being £12.50 for their version of the boxes and some of their alternatives being £20 Santa sacks. This, of course, is fine if you have some money to spur after buying all the present you need but it is a bit extortionate for the average Christmas eve box.

Mothercare

Mothercare has a personalised Christmas eve box available for £23 which at first seems a little expensive but as it is made out of wood and has your child or loved one’s name carved on the front you will be able to reuse it every year which in turn will probably save you some money.

Gift Ideas

Now that you know where to buy your Christmas box you may be left a little lost with what to fill it with. It all depends on who you are buying it for but here is a little list of ideas for different people.

For husband/boyfriend/dad

If you are a little lost for things to buy the man in your life you could opt with a shaving kit, face wash, his favourite chocolate, novelty or joke gifts, a small game or a tiny version of his favourite alcohol – I’m sure he will be more than pleased with the box and all the little presents inside. Keep it personal if he likes a specific TV program or band try and include some gifts associated with them.

For wife/girlfriend/mum

Shopping for a girl can at times be a little difficult but you can always play it safe by buying her things that she can pamper herself with such as bath bombs, face masks, nail varnish, body lotion, chocolate or hot chocolate, her favourite snack or her favourite alcohol. If you are buying her products for her skin or to go in the bath make sure you find out if she is allergic to anything – you don’t want a nightmare before Christmas.

For little ones

If you are buying your little one a box for Christmas Eve you could be extremely creative and include things like carrots, biscuits and your drink of choice for them to leave out for Father Christmas and his reindeers. You could also take a more traditional approach and include a Christmas movie for you to watch before bedtime, some Christmassy pyjamas for them to get all snuggly with and hot chocolate or some toys as an early surprise.

Battle of the Monsters: Moz vs Mr Underbed

John Lewis Moz the Monster Chris Riddell Mr Underbed

Since 2007, the department store chain John Lewis became known for its Christmas adverts. This year, the anticipated Christmas 2017 advert launched on TV on 10th November and features the story of a boy and the big fluffy monster under his bed. Publisher Nosy Crow produced a hardback picture book in conjunction with the advert’s release, titled Moz the Monster. In addition to the book, which is only available to buy from John Lewis, there is a whole range of Moz the Monster gifts.

However, not everything is warm and fuzzy for John Lewis. Last week illustrator Chris Riddell commented on the similarities between Moz and his own creation, Mr Underbed. Andersen Press published Riddell’s first illustrated children’s book Mr Underbed in 1986 and Riddell re-illustrated the book in 2009, years ahead of John Lewis’s Christmas advert creation. While Riddell’s story definitely wasn’t the first to include imaginary monsters under children’s beds, Moz does bear a physical resemblance to Mr Underbed

Plagiarism Controversy

Some general criticisms towards the John Lewis advert claim that it isn’t “Christmassy” enough. Profiting off a design influenced by somebody else’s uncredited work is definitely not in the Christmas spirit, either. In response to this controversy, John Lewis told HuffPost UK that they stood by Moz as an original character with a completely different story. Yet, Chris Riddell’s Twitter video comparing the two stories highlights the obvious similarities in imagery and plot.

Compare Moz vs Mr Underbed and it’s undeniable. Both monsters are large, hairy, and blue with bulbous noses. They even have the same triangular fang teeth, one at each end of the mouth, though pointing in opposite directions. Both monsters rock the young boy’s bed with their snoring but eventually become friends with the child. Surely it’s a bit too close to be just a coincidence? Either way, Chris Riddell wrote for The Guardian that he won’t be pursuing legal action against John Lewis. He just hopes that the media attention will encourage companies and agencies to responsibly credit the creative ideas that influence their own content.

“Battle of the Monsters”

Since the story was picked up by several media outlets, any available copies of Mr Underbed sold out overnight. While the Nosy Crow Moz the Monster Christmas Book is exclusive to the John Lewis website and stores, various book retailers are already looking to stock more copies of Mr Underbed. Andersen Press ordered a reprint of Riddell’s book which should be available on 29th November. Check with your local bookstores or bookseller websites such as Amazon to purchase a copy from next week.

In light of the public response in favour of Mr Underbed, Andersen Press announced the “Battle of the Monsters”. The publisher intends to settle the issue of Moz vs Mr Underbed via the Christmas book charts. To help Mr Underbed come out on top in sales, Andersen Press will launch its own campaign. Members of the public can design a monster of their own and the winning creation will be illustrated by Riddell. Keep an eye on the #MrUnderbed hashtag on Twitter for updates!

 

IKEA gives customers what they want

IKEA gives customers what they want

Swedish retail giant IKEA has been in the news lately for a few reasons. One of them is the discussion of exciting changes to their existing business model. IKEA might have been slow to move into online sales and home delivery, but responding to the lifestyles and needs of their customers is one of the company’s main aims. So, in order to meet the demand for online availability and affordable delivery costs, IKEA will soon be partnering with third-party websites such as Amazon to sell their furniture online.

The chief executive of Inter Ikea, Torbjörn Lööf, spoke to the Financial Times in October regarding this future move.  Lööf did not actually specify any online retailers IKEA is looking to work with or a particular timeline for this development. Still, the chief executive did emphasize that it is “the biggest development in how consumers meet IKEA since the concept was founded.”

 

Changing the Game

IKEA gives customers what they want This is major news for people who might not live within travelling distance of one of the 300+ warehouse stores IKEA currently has located across 41 countries. With its clean lines and DIY assembly, IKEA furniture revolutionized modern living for many people across the world. It is about time they embraced the digital age and became even more widely accessible.

In an effort to boost in-store sales, IKEA is also opening new physical stores in the UK. This will bring the total number of stores in the UK up to 22 by the end of 2018. However, this doesn’t address the massive turn-offs for potential IKEA customers. Who really wants to wander around the maze of a huge warehouse, then transport their chosen item back home and struggle to build it by themselves?

 

Goodbye DIY

Another piece of IKEA’s recent buzzworthy news could be the answer to these issues. In September, the furniture retailer made headlines for purchasing the US start-up company TaskRabbit. Since it was founded in 2008 TaskRabbit has raised an admirable $50 million, and it employs around 60,000 “Taskers” who offer to complete tasks for customers. Tasks can include things like picking up shopping, walking the dog, or assembling furniture – which is where IKEA spotted an opportunity.

IKEA gives customers what they wantServices previously provided by IKEA were intended more for larger scale furniture installations, often with a steep price tag. Now with TaskRabbit, IKEA customers can buy their furniture from IKEA, then for as little as £20 someone will come and assemble it for them with guaranteed workmanship. Cut out some of that time-wasting stress by having a “Tasker” build your furniture for you. Or cut it out completely and order online to have the flat-pack furniture delivered to you as well!

At the moment TaskRabbit is only available in 39 cities across the US and in London, England. IKEA’s takeover of the company is a bold move towards satisfying the demand of IKEA customers, which suggests that the service will be expanding in the future. IKEA will likely be looking to cover more of its store location areas as well as popular delivery areas.

 

Everyday Adverts

Lastly, IKEA has been provoking confused conversation for YouTube viewers. The newest addition to the “Where Life Happens” campaign for IKEA by agency Åkestam Holst is a series of pre-roll advertisements that play before YouTube videos. Most people click to skip to the actual video as soon as the option appears, meaning that brands need to grab your attention enough in those vital few seconds to make you keep watching their advert.

IKEA gives customers what they wantFlipping the script, IKEA’s new adverts are mundane situations that run for way longer than usual. In a reverse psychology twist, two teenagers awkwardly trying to make out tell you that you can skip to the video now and leave them to it. A bored teen washing the dishes asks if you don’t have something better to do. This tongue-in-cheek engagement with the audience sparks a stubborn curiosity. Even though nothing eventful is happening, viewers might actually try to watch for the full 5-8 minutes.

On one hand, these long adverts get people talking about how pointless they seem. On the other hand, they actually encourage viewers to keep watching in a subtle way. Bustle noted that IKEA customers enjoyed an ASMR advert released a few months ago, and the everyday sounds in these new adverts prompt a similar innate response.  Either way, they are definitely memorable. Watch the features here if you think you can make it through all of them!

Lush explains how important loyalty is to them as a brand

Lush explains how important loyalty is to them as a brand

Lush has become a rising star in bath and body care, and with their sales consistently rising they are definitely at the top of their game. They have been experiencing a pre-tax profit jump of 75% and a sales rise by 26%.

Their North American subsidiary is especially growing as the business is quickly approaching 1,000 stores globally. They are also easily overtaking The Body Shop in the UK market.

But, Lush can always thank their dedicated customer base for their success, which has grown over the years due to the appeal of a brand that creates products that don’t only smell, look and feel amazing, but are also created ethically and in an environmentally friendly manner.

Thanks to the dedicated support of the company that now has almost four million Instagram followers. Which is why they’ve decided that they want to begin a whole new load of services and rewards that only benefit their customers.

In August, Lush launched a brand new subscription service for bath bombs that lets you customise your selection and decide how often you will receive bath bombs – so you never have to run out. They have plans to roll out even more subscription services in the coming years, as well as a decision to introduce more fan club programmes.

Lush believe that building loyalty doesn’t solely revolve around offering discounts but also includes moments for staff to be able to spend more time on the floor talking to customers – which is another addition to the massive appeal that shopping at stores holds for fans of the brand.

All of this spells continued success for the brand, as they keep sticking to the formula that has kept them popular for so long – caring about not only their customers, but the world around them as well, and what effect their products can have.

BrightHouse set to refund customers who were treated “unfairly”

BrightHouse set to refund customers who were treated "unfairly"

BrightHouse has agreed to pay out £14.8m to around 249,000 customers after the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) found that it hadn’t been acting as a “responsible lender”.

The compensation claim has been linked to 348,000 customer lending agreements which the financial watchdog found may not have been affordable, as well as payments that should have been refunded.

BrightHouse was created to provide household goods to customers on hire purchase agreements. However, the company has been working with the FCA since 2014 after the watchdog realised that the firms lending assessment and their processes of collection were falling short of what was expected.

After investigation with the FCA, BrightHouse admitted that customers had been identified that had been treated unfairly by the firm, and committed themselves to “putting things right” for these customers.

For all customers involved, there will be a separate series of actions that BrightHouse intend to take in relation to paying them back, where customers who were initially assessed wrong at the outset of the loan and therefore had difficulty making the payments and then handed back the goods will be receiving payments equal to the interest and fees that had been charged by the agreement, as well as compensatory interest of 8%.

Any BrightHouse customers who kept the goods they received will have their balances written off, a move which is totalling around £10.1million for the 114,000 agreements that were entered into between April 1, 2014, and September 30, 2016 – this covers 81,000 customers.

The customers who made their first payment that was due under any agreements with the firm that were cancelled before the goods they ordered were delivered will all be refunded by BrightHouse as well as receiving an 8% compensatory interest. This decision is costing the firm about £4.7million for the 270,000 agreements that they entered into after 1 April 2010, which covers 181,000 customers.

As well as the repayments, BrightHouse has stated that they will write to all of the customers that were affected so that the refund or balance adjustment that they are receiving can be explained.

ASDA called out in equal gender pay row

ASDA called out in equal gender pay row

ASDA is currently part of the largest ever public sector equal pay claim in the UK, that began Wednesday 11th October. This claim could see around 15,000 predominantly female former and current ASDA workers recovering over £100 million in pay.

The hearing will take place over two days in Manchester, following a judgement in October last year which found that many lower paid shop workers – that were typically women – could compare themselves to higher paid workers in ASDA’s distribution centres (men), because their jobs are of roughly equivalent value to the company. ASDA appealed against this decision unsuccessfully, yet they are appealing again, leading to a new discussion on their practices regarding workers pay.

Lawyers that were speaking on behalf of the 15,000 claimants described this week’s hearing as concerned around writing and agreeing on descriptions for jobs that are mostly done by women, and jobs that are mostly done by men. If these job descriptions are then deemed by a selection of independent experts to be of similar or same value to the company, then both should be compensated equally. This could cost the company around £100 million in repayments to the workers.

ASDA had previously tried to stop the claims reaching the employment tribunal by initially stating that they believed that the case should go to High Court, as they knew how much it would cost those applying for the claim to take this measure. However, the Court of Appeals ruled that the employment tribunal was an appropriate setting for looking into these claims, setting the movement of the claim process into motion. A lawyer representing the ASDA workers said that although they were uncertain how long the case would last for, there was a chance that it could have the potential to be a game-changer for gender pay disputes in the future.

Equal pay has been a much-discussed issue in recent years, following intense media scrutiny over the claims that unequal pay is still a phenomenon that occurs frequently, even prompting many within Hollywood’s circles to make statements regarding the difference in pay between male and female actors performing similar roles within films. Even within the UK, official statistics show that the gender pay gap for full-time employees in 2016 was 9.4%, yet because of women’s tendency to take on part-time work more frequently than men so that they can stay involved in caring roles outside the home, the chance to take a broad look at the problem wasn’t considered completely.

The gender pay gap for full-time and part-time employees fell from 19.3% to 18.1% between 2015-2016, but campaigners say that the pace of improvement is too slow considering the relevance of the situation. In April, a legislation was introduced that gave all companies in the UK that employ at least 250 staff a year to publish comparative pay rates for male and female employees, with the most noticeable reaction to this being the fall-out from the revelation that the BBC’s top-paid staff are being paid considerably different wages seemingly in regard to gender, with the top-paid woman earning about half of that of the top-paid man.

Pretty Little Thing Advert Banned

Pretty Little Thing may be continuing its meteoric rise to the top of the fast fashion pack, but it suffered a setback last week when it’s television advert was banned. The advert received complaints from viewers as the models were deemed ‘childlike’ and the advert itself ‘sexually suggestive’.

The advert featured two female models in the desert, modelling the clothes and riding around on colourful bicycles. It was screened during an ITVBe episode of Dinner Date back in April, and one viewer complained to the Advertising Standards Agency. The viewer complained that the advert was ‘irresponsible’ due to portraying models who appeared to be children in a sexual manner. There were another two complaints relating to a Tube advert and another TV advert but they were not upheld.

Pretty Little Thing responded to the complaint by pointing out that the models were 23 and 24, and the clothes wore in the advert were designed for festivals. The ad clearance agency Clearcast said that it’s viewer panel felt the advert was in line with the summer/festival spirit of the clothing, and the models featured were not childlike or over exposed. However, the ASA singled out one of the models in particular as having a ‘youthful appearance’ and said that some of the poses and angles drew attention to their chests and bottoms. In summary, the ASA said that the mixture of the poses, the outfits and the models’ expressions meant that the advert was considered to be ‘sexually suggestive’. They said that the ad portrayed a model who appeared to be under the age of 16. In their conclusion, they said that the advert was irresponsible and a breach of the ASA code, and it should not appear again.

In the full ruling, the ASA said that in some parts of the advert, the models were acting ‘juvenile’ and ‘mischevious’ and the make-up and styling of the clothes were reminscent of teenagers’ fashion in the 90s. They said that one of the model’s buttocks were ‘partially exposed’ and their faces were ‘sultry and seductive’.

A quote from the ASA said that although the model was over 21, she appeared to be younger due to her ‘appearance and mannerisms’. They added that the outfits, the colourful props, the set and the name of the brand equated to the overall impression that the model was a child.

When pressed for comment, Pretty Little Thing said that the colourful props were intended to be ‘bright and happy’ and reiterated that the clothes were designed for summer festival wear.

You can see the banned advert here.

Thomson Ready to Complete its Re-brand to TUI

The TUI Group launched an awareness campaign during Saturday’s episode of the X Factor to alert people that Thomson will be changing to TUI.

The TV advert displayed a man diving into blue water with a simple message – ‘Thomson is changing to TUI’. The advert is at the centre of an awareness project, which aims to inform the British public that Thomson will become TUI, permanently framing the new name in their minds.

It was first announced in December 2016 that the summer 2017 marketing campaign would be the company’s last under the name of Thomson. The campaign was titled Moments. This has made way for the rebrand campaign to launch towards the end of this year.

The marketing director for TUI said the brand was ‘ready’ to become TUI, and they wanted to ensure that customers were ready to embark on the ‘exciting journey’ with them, which was the reasoning behind the awareness campaign. She added that customers were already used to seeing the TUI smile logo, as it has been an important part of Thomson branding for a while, and the logo has been visible in their resorts for over three years. This summer, the logo was added to the company’s fleet of aircraft.

The ‘diving man’ campaign will continue to run across TV in the coming weeks, as well as appearing on bus stops. Travellers on a Thomson long-haul flight will see a variation of the campaign. This will lead up to a major campaign when Thomson becomes TUI in the upcoming weeks.

 

Cheap Halloween Treats You Can Make at Home

Cheap Halloween Treats You Can Make at Home

Halloween is the most wonderful time of the year. You can disagree, but you’re wrong. Whether you’re snuggling up on the sofa to watch the latest horror, or you’re sat in front of the fire with a steaming mug of hot chocolate, Autumn is one of the best seasons there is.  Here are some of the best treats you can make at home with the kids, or just for yourself, there’s no judgment. From spooky pizza to witches brew cupcakes, you’ll have a blast making these recipes at home. Making the following in bulk is also a great life hack for trick or treaters! It also stops you picking at leftover cupcakes the day after you’ve baked them…Become the talk of the town with these Cheap Halloween Treats You Can Make At Home.

Spooky Pizza 

Yes, pizza can be spooky. This recipe is great to make in bulk for a Halloween party, or for a one-off Halloween treat with the family. First, start with the base. This can be made in any way you’d like, pre-made, made from scratch, gluten free and so on. What really matters here are the toppings. Top your base with tomato puree, salt and pepper. Once this has been done (don’t scrimp on the cheese) you can start to add your toppings. You’ll need pepperoni slices and olives for this recipe.

So, let’s start with the pepperoni. Even spread out slices all around the pizza. Then, cut tiny eyes from an olive and place them as eyes on the pepperoni. Once this has been done, you can get to work on the spiders. To create the spider look, cut an olive in half. Place this half directly onto the pizza. With the other half, slice 8 tiny legs and place them correctly around the spider “body” on the pizza. Voila! Spooky Pizza. Cook your pizza in the oven at around 180 degrees for 10 minutes.

Ghoulish Flapjacks

If you’re not a great cook, but would still love to bake something around Halloween, why not try these ghoulish flapjacks? They’re delicious and so easy to make once you know how! You’ll need 100g brown sugar, 200g of butter, and 3 large tablespoons of golden syrup (or more if you have a sweet tooth). In a pan, stir the butter, sugar and golden syrup on a low heat until you have a smooth consistency and no lumps. Then, pour the mixture into a deep tin which has been lined with baking parchment and greased with butter. Then, bake the mixture for about 40 minutes at around 130 in a fan assisted oven.

Once the mixture has been cooked, take the tin out of the oven and let it cool for five minutes before cutting. Once semi-cool, cut the flapjacks into shape by hand or use a cookie cutter in the shape of a ghost. Create eyes with chocolate chips and you have ghoulish flapjacks!

Witches Brew Cupcakes

These cupcakes, along with the Pumpkin Patch cupcakes below, make the perfect Halloween treat for trick or treaters, or for your young ones to take into school. Make up a batch of simple cupcakes at home, the ingredients for which can be bought in bulk from stores such as Costco. Once this has been done and your cupcakes have cooled down, mix up some green frosting and pipe the mixture as a swirl on top of your cakes. Then, from black and orange icing, create your own witches hat to stick on top, or buy witchy cake toppers at stores such as Co-Op and Tesco. Top with edible glitter for an even spookier vibe…

Pumpkin Patch Cupcakes

As above, these cupcakes are made by swapping the green frosting for orange, and the icing for green and orange. Swirl your frosting on top of the cakes and get crafty with the icing in order to make some amazing pumpkins as a topper!

Spider Web Donuts/Cookies

These are also great if you’re not an amazing chef… Simply make up a batch of cookies or doughnuts (depending on your preference), and pipe your favourite type of a chocolate over the top of your treats in the shape of a spider web. Is it the most innovative recipe? No? Is it easy? Yes.

Zombie Hand Punch

If you’re throwing a party, this recipe is a must. You’ll need some marigolds, gummy bears, and punch! To create your own adult punch, add some melon liqueur, tequila, pineapple juice, sprite and a dash of green food colouring into a bowl. Mix well and put aside. Now it’s time for the zombie hand. Fill a marigold glove 1/3 of the way with water. Then fill the rest of the glove with gummy bears – using a mix colours adds to the gruesome effect. Tie the glove is a tight knot at the end and freeze overnight. Once you’re ready to serve the punch, Peel the marigold away from the zombie’s hand and place it inside the punch. There you have it it!

 

ASOS are releasing their own beauty line and it’s as inclusive as it is pretty

ASOS are releasing their own beauty line and it's as inclusive as it is pretty

ASOS are releasing their own beauty line that is paying attention to being as inclusive as it is pretty. Not content with being one of the biggest online stores for young adults, ASOS are making their move into beauty, forming a threat to typical beauty stores like Superdrug or Boots where they might find their popularity falling thanks to ASOS.

ASOS Face and Body, as the range is known, is a collection of makeup products that is made up of 11 products, that range between 46 shades for you to choose from. As well as being full of beautiful shades and useful products, the range also offers the high note of all of the products falling between the price range of £5-£10. With incredibly low prices like this, there are really no reasons not to shop through ASOS’s new range, offering many loyal shoppers even more reasons to stay with the online brand.

ASOS are releasing their own beauty line and it's as inclusive as it is pretty
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ASOS are releasing their own beauty line and it's as inclusive as it is pretty
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The range itself includes a wide selection of products, that includes items like liquid lips, matte lipstick, contouring palettes, shimmery eyeshadows, highlighting chubby sticks and bronzers. With such a great selection of beauty products to choose from, ASOS shoppers have the chance to find the perfect shade and item for their selection. While there isn’t many options for base products, they make sure that you have a great choice when it comes to the parts of your makeup that express the most fun and adventurous streaks within you.

Not only are the products sold in simple and attractive pink and black packaging, they are also sold as gender-neutral, meaning that all of the products will also be displayed in ASOS’s makeup section for men. As an easy and cheap way to introduce men to makeup, ASOS have created the perfect beauty line for make-up connoisseurs as well making a perfect chance for people that are new to buying makeup have the chance to find cheap and quality products.

The range launches on the 20th September, with more products rumoured to be appearing in January 2018, and promises to bring more shades with names that “reflect versions of who we are and how we’re feeling inside”, like the already incredible ‘overqualified’, ‘decisive’, ‘current mood’ and ‘uncompromising’ – we’re totally digging the edgy and assertive feel these names are giving us. And with all of their promos including a beautiful group of diverse models, we can be sure that plenty of people will be super interested in browsing ASOS’s range.

ASOS isn’t the only brand that is launching an exclusive makeup range however, as our Carribean queen, Rihanna, has launched her Fenty makeup line recently, providing an incredible range of skincare products that create a matte but shimmering finish that ensures you will be glowing every time you wear one of the products.

The range has gained incredible praise already as it was revealed that her matte foundation included 40(!!) shades to choose from, which is easily one of the most inclusive product lines in makeup. This comes after it became far too obvious for Rihanna that there was a giant gap missing in the industry for darker-skinned foundations and products to appeal to makeup-wearers everywhere.

ASOS are releasing their own beauty line and it's as inclusive as it is pretty
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As well as foundation, Rihanna’s range also includes highlighter duos, skin sticks, a primer, a lip luminiser, brushes, spongers, and blotting paper, meaning that all of your skin-related products are completely covered by the range. The prices for the products range between £8-£46, which is perfectly fine with us as quality is clearly being provided in this range. Rihanna made sure to emphasise her belief that makeup should be fun when she created the range, making glowy and beautiful shades that can suit any skin colour and will provide the chance for wearers to play around with their makeup in a variety of ways.

Although the range is only available for skin products, it is hoped that eyeshadow and lipstick should arrive at a later date, with the hopes that they will prove to be just as shimmery and pigmented as everything else she has already provided. Only Harvey Nichols provide the range within the UK, meaning that you will have to hope they don’t run out of stock before you get a chance to browse the products for yourself.