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Image / Editorial

So This Happened: The Monday Edition


by Jennifer McShane
04th Apr 2016
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Just in time for your commute home, we’ve rounded up the best of today’s stories on IMAGE.ie. Scroll for a handy round-up of what got us talking in the world of fashion, beauty, entertainment and more.

Melanie Morris? April Beauty Favourites

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Our IMAGE Magazine Editor-In-Chief and Beauty Director Melanie Morris has the low-down on her favourite beauty buys for the month of April. From’make-up, fragrance and skincare heroes, you will want everything on her list. She talks us through the products specially customised for your skin type, why ‘pale and interesting’ is in this season and a new trio of must-haves for glowing skin.

Read the full post here.

 

5 Favourite Fashion Buys This April?

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Our Fashion Editor Marie Kelly offers five practical and pretty pieces to see us through till the sun starts shining, from nautical cover-ups to alternative suiting ideas, these are the items at the top of our shopping lists this month.

See all the fashion buys here.

 

Stop And Smell The Roses:

You Might Be Afflicted With Hurry Sickness

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Are you reading this while texting someone, making dinner, driving your car (not such a good idea, BTW)? Do you consistently press the buttons in the lift thinking it might make it go faster? Do you power walk up escalators, tap your fingers impatiently while waiting for the kettle, or – worse still – pour the tea before it reaches boiling point? Finish other people’s sentences because you just can’t bear the suspense? Need to have your iPhone wrestled from your fingers at the dinner table??It’s likely you are in the grip of ?hurry sickness.?

Read all about this phenomenon?here.

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