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Trends Hot List: The latest beauty and fashion news

Hawaii Five oh yes! On Brighton beach

We’re a bit obsessed with this flattering Tallulah Hawaii Flamingo sundress designed exclusively in Sugarhill Brighton’s seaside studio (pictured above). For each purchase, £5 will be donated to children’s charity Plan International. Sunshine not included. £59, sugarhillbrighton.com

CHARITY CHOICE

Heart of gold? Give to charity

Special occasion coming up? Check out Thousand Fibres, a 18kt gold vermeil jewellery brand inlaid with coloured threads that is made in the UK. The brand donates ten per cent of profits to the Grief Encounter charity. From £160, thousandfibres.com

Return to full fitness — fast!

With gyms out of bounds, it’s never been more important to have proper running shoes. With gyms out of bounds, it’s never been more important to have proper running shoes. This month Saucony launched their ‘fastest ever’ trainer, the Endorphin Pro, and it will be available to order from July 1. £190, saucony.com

Aussies are going Nuuts

Australian wellness brand Nuut has created nutrient-dense, low-carb, low-calorie chocolate shakes designed to work with those on keto, paleo, vegan or fasting diets. Containing probiotics, vitamins and minerals, simply mix with water or your preferred milk. £2.48 per sachet, nuut.com

Colour up your life

Blonde hair looking brassy? Grey a bit yellow? Moroccanoil’s Blonde Perfecting purple shampoo promises professional-strength brass-busting for blondes, lightened brunettes and grey hair at home by depositing violet pigments to counteract and neutralise yellowness. £18.85, lookfantastic.com

Gear up, ladies

If you’re after stylish high-performance cycling gear, check out Kandesent’s 2020 range, which is designed by women for women. From £95, kandesent.com

Facing up to Covid masks

Mask-proof make-up is going to take some getting used to but Bare Minerals make-up artist Katie Jane Hughes suggests powder-based foundations transfer far less than creamy formulas. Try the brand’s Original Foundation, available in a large range of shades with an online tool to ensure a perfect match. £29, bareminerals.co.uk