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  • ‘Anti-sweat’ could be the next big beauty thing
  • ‘Anti-sweat’ could be the next big beauty thing
    Nathan Rupert (2009) ©
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‘Anti-sweat’ could be the next big beauty thing

There’s nothing worse than going for a run (or just running for a bus) and feeling your make-up slipping down your face as you start to perspire. But an increasing number of make-up ranges are making anti-sweat claims. Is this the solution that women with an active lifestyle have been waiting for?

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