Historical Makeup Looks You Can Try at Home

Posted:
23 October 2019
Posted By:
Hannah Silverman
Categories:
Historical How Tos, History Uncovered

The Romans liked a smokey eye, the Georgians were ahead of their time with festival-ready hair pastels and Queen Victoria lowest-price propecia costs us mastered the ultimate 'no-makeup' makeup look years before it trended on Instagram.  In our step-by-step History Inspired Makeup Tutorial series we explore what makeup can te...

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A short history of giants and where to find them

Posted:
11 October 2019
Posted By:
Mary Bateman
Categories:
History Uncovered

You might think they’d be hard to miss, but giants are everywhere. We’re not talking about the cruel and destructive giants that you might expect, like Roald Dahl’s terrifying Fleshlumpeater. Instead, the mythical giants in England’s landscape are often closer to the BFG himself: builders ra...

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Top 5 things to do in October

Posted:
18 September 2019
Posted By:
Jamie Bellinger
Categories:
Things To Do

The clocks go back in October, making the month an hour longer. Which is just as well, because there's an awful lot to pack in... More than 600 warriors will descend on Battle Abbey on the weekend of the 12th–13th for our much-loved Battle of Hastings re-enactment. Plus there's creepy castles t...

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Top 5 things to do in September

Posted:
16 August 2019
Posted By:
Jamie Bellinger
Categories:
Things To Do

Autumn may be just around the corner, but summer isn't over yet and there are still plenty of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors at levitra or viagra our historic places. Cross the spectacular new footbridge at Tintagel Castle, build your own Minecraft fortress inspired by a real one and try your hand at historic...

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