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    Trust us: No life is complete without a tube of Dr. Pepper Lip Smackers. You may have missed out on these products the first time around, but it's never too late to catch up. From CK One to Carmex balm, consider this a blast from the beauty past.
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    After what seems like a hundred seasons of "no makeup" makeup dominating the runways, the Spring 2016 shows brought back something we'd been seriously missing---fun. And colour! If you can believe it, models wore actual makeup. Yes, as in more than just a quick swipe of moisturizer. So what better way to kick off the 10 biggest trends of the season than with the boldest of the bunch: blue makeup. Your eighth grade staple has grown up. Rather than a frosty hue, at Marc Jacobs and Hugo Boss, the eyeliner was graphic and an electric cobalt. At Missoni and Chanel, more than just a touch of blue was applied to models' eyes (and more). You'll see what we mean. If the clothes on the runways were any indication, the '90s are still alive and well, and everyone's favourite decade has made its way above the shoulders. Matte brown shades adorned models' lips at Burberry and Givenchy (and no, they didn't use Kylie Lip Kit), while baby bangs popped up at Blumarine and Christopher Kane. And if you've

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