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Greg B. Thumm, president of Thumm & Co., a father- and son-owned boutique fashion watch company in downtown Warren, shows a selection of watches made by the company. Thumm, former president of Bulova, started the company with his son, Greg, in December 2019. It operates in the back of Thumm’s Bike and Clock Shop, which the older Greg’s grandfather started and is operated by his brother, Augie Thumm.

It’s usually the time of year that Boots starts their annual 70{85e7f5b37d2b3b32ff943ebdbb52de90edc4132ca8c2134f6732351e5442126f} off sale in stores across the country, with shoppers snapping up bargains in store and online.

But, with shops across Scotland closed due to lockdown, customers might have wondered if they would miss out on the yearly savings in 2021.

However, Boots has opted for something slightly different this year, with their ‘ Pay Day Drop ‘ – a sale across multiple departments coinciding with pay day for many people.

Until 2nd February, Boots has slashed the price of hundreds of beauty, health and make up items in its mega payday sale online at Boots.com.

Thousands of top brands including No7, Ole Henriksen, Huda Beauty, Liz Earle, Wishful and PIXI are featured in the price cuts.

And fragrances feature highly in the savings, with huge brands reduced by up to £40 – including Gucci, Versace and Marc

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On Euphoria, I Saw My Journey With Makeup Reflected on TV for the First Time
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When I finished watching season one of HBO’s Euphoria in the summer of 2019, I was comforted by the knowledge that it had already been renewed for a second season. In the world I imagined at that time, season two would’ve already aired by now. Clearly, that didn’t happen. And while there are more important things to mourn than a TV show not coming out when you imagined due to an unforeseen pandemic, this past summer I felt the show’s absence with an unexpected sense of nostalgia and melancholy.

In retrospect, perhaps it isn’t just the show itself that I missed, but how Euphoria displayed a story of personal reinvention that I know intimately but had never seen captured before on TV. Particularly through the medium of makeup, its characters seek and manifest change with abandon, which is something we sorely need and lack right now. In the middle of

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6 Danish Beauty Brands To Know, Just in Time For Copenhagen Fashion Week
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The Danish beauty market has long emphasised the importance of a less-is-more aesthetic, embracing natural ingredients like the complexion-boosting potential of acai years before the berry became de rigueur in breakfast bowls, and elegant if efficient packaging. (No surprise, as this is the same country from which design geniuses such as Arne Jacobsen, Georg Jenson, and Hans Wegner hailed.)

While many of these cosmetic companies have yet to make waves stateside — save one all-day moisturising lip balm that goes on white but leaves a matte, almost-powdery finish — that’s about to change. Boutique brands are churning out coffee-infused eye oils; display worthy dry brushes; subtle self-tanners meant to blend in, not stand out; and more. As the fashion flock eyes the latest sartorial creations the City of Spires has to offer this week, here’s a look at a few of the great Danes of skin care and make-up.

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