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In cat­walk cir­cles, make-up artist Pat McGrath (far right) is noth­ing less than a beauty leg­end. Her just-launched Pat McGrath Labs Skin Fetish 003 Il­lu­mi­na­tor Kit in Nude, tested at the Valentino S/S show this year, con­tains the ul­ti­mate glow-giv­ing trin­ity. At one end of the dual-ended wand is a balm, which adds a sub­tle bounce of light to cheek­bones. At the other end there is a high­lighter, which can be worn be­neath the balm to am­plify your glow. Fi­nally, use the brush to buff the pig­ment high­lighter on to eye­lids, col­lar­bones and shins when you need to make a se­ri­ously im­pres­sive en­trance. £70, Tweet your ques­tions to @YouMagSo­cial If I use a body prod­uct reg­u­larly, it has to be worth it. They take pre­cious min­utes to rub in and, like many women, I push them down the pri­or­ity list in favour of fan­tas­tic face prod­ucts. But it’s time to re­dress the bal­ance. The new Jo Malone Lon­don English Oak & Red­cur­rant Body Crème (£52, jo­ma­ is like a cud­dle that smells de­li­ciously of au­tumn. Vo­tary’s de­light­ful Hy­drat­ing Body Oil (£65, vo­ sinks in fast, smells like sum­mer and makes skin smoother and softer – with­out a jot of stick­i­ness and no mas­sag­ing nec­es­sary. And, for a speedy body boost, Sanc­tu­ary Spa Wet Skin Mois­ture Mir­a­cle (£8, is the so­lu­tion. The ge­nius tech­nol­ogy means that the prod­uct is in­stantly ab­sorbed when the skin is wet. So as soon as you get out of the shower, slap it on, dry as usual and you’re good to go.

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