Wings of desire: the edgy new beige.

Eyeshadow flew off in a new direction on the Burberry catwalk

Wide slashes of pointed eyeshadow winged from the eyes of models at Burberry’s SS19 shows, which would have looked terribly dramatic were they not in gentle shades of bronze and taupe. Beige, for so long the safe option, whether on pale eyeshadow or living-room sofa, has turned edgy this season, with typically nude and subtle colours being used in ever less conventional ways. Punk has grown up.

Get the look

1. Clarins Ombre Matte Cream in Taupe £19, 
2. Chantecaille Eye Shadow £19.50, 
3. Nars Blondie Single Eyeshadow £16, 
4. Asos Design Eye Gloss in Chestnut £7, 
5. Yves Saint Laurent Full Metal Shadow The Mats in Velvet Beige £23, 
6. Tom Ford Eye Colour Quad in Cocoa Mirage £68, 
7. Christian Louboutin Tape a L’Oeil Nude Eye Colour in Daria £38, 
8. Chanel Ombre Premiere Crème in Platine Bronze £26, 
9. Guerlain Palette 5 Couleurs in Tonka Imperiale £44.50, 
10. The Quick Flick in Hot Fudge £19.53,

Rural idyll

With a scented candle you can close your eyes and imagine you’re somewhere else – a pine forest, a rose garden. Editions de Parfums Frédéric Malle has gone one better, with the scent of a ‘Country Home’. £60,

Bare necessities

Lush has opened its first ‘naked’ shop in the UK, a packaging-free store in Manchester. Expect solid shampoo bars and bath melts with new innovations in plastic-free skincare as well as ‘bottles’ of shower gel, which lather on contact with water.

Spill the Milk

Milk, the bestselling vegan, cruelty-free, inclusive make-up brand that has been making waves in the US is coming to the UK and launches on the website CultBeauty tomorrow. Start with its Kush high-volume mascara, blur stick primer and blur liquid matte foundation.