Annie Walton Doyle

Annie Walton Doyle

Bio

Annie Walton Doyle is a 22-year-old writer based in and around the UK. She typically writes about beauty and other "personal aesthetics," with a healthy dose of both social commentary and stupidity. When not touching makeup, she enjoys pubs, knitting, nature, and mysteries. Find more of her work at www.huffingtonpost.com/annie-walton-doyle and www.xovain.com/author/annie-walton-doyle.

Annie Walton Doyle Articles

What's your good side or best selfie side?

Do You Have A "Good Side?"

Do you have a good side? I definitely don’t have a preferred “side.” I am sometimes pictures of myself for my job, and I don’t know which side is better.

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Let your lips do the talking, no words required.

Get Your Bitch Lips On

In life, there’s not much I love more than a good bitch. I’d take a mean, hilarious person over a “nice” bland-y any day of the week.

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No heat, sexy-curly hair is yours for the twisting.

Bendy Rollers: Your Ticket To Two Easy Styles Of Curls

Those weird bendy rollers you’ve never used are actually a Hot Tip for adding texture to damaged hair.

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Make sure you call it 'fluff,' not 'frizz.' Semantics matter.

How To: Embrace 'Fluff' Of Winter Hair

You can’t fight it so embrace it: Fluffy winter hair.

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There is literally no disadvantage to being confident. It’ll make you happier, more successful, a better friend, a better person.

The Confidence Question: How To Get It And Keep It — And Why

There is literally no disadvantage to being confident. It’ll make you happier, more successful, a better friend, a better person.

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Keeping dyed blonde hair moisturized is a lot of work, friends. (Image Credit: Unsplash/Alex Suprun)

Masking: The Only Thing To Save My Colored Hair From Total Destruction

I think it’s safe to say that I’m coming to the end of my blond

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L’Oreal, however, was not on Bergdorf's side, and fired her from a campaign that was supposed to celebrate diversity. (Image Credit: Instagram/munroebergdorf)

L'Oreal, Munroe Bergdorf & The Problematic Relationship Between The Beauty Industry & 'Diversity'

Companies — like, say, L'Oreal — wouldn’t just use the broad, vague, abstract concept of diversity (by hiring Munroe Bergdorf) to lure in customers... would they? But you have to remember — companies are about money-making first and foremost. Sometimes, they’re not really about much else.

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For makeup lovers, perfumes that replicate the scent of lipsticks, powders, and blushes may be the trend of the year.

Makeup Perfume: The Fragrance Trend To Help You Smell Like Fave Beauty Products

Take your makeup love to its logical conclusion via a sensory attack on all fronts. Smelling like old ladies' handbags and young ladies' dressing tables and powder puffs and lipstick bullets has never been so easy as it is right now. It’s the scent family I call "makeup perfume."

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I became strangely interested in the … “media genre” (?) of true crime.

How Do You Reconcile A True Crime Obsession With Being, Like, A Good Person?

It’s a prime example of what I’ve known all along: that the true crime interest and the niceness of a person are not mutually exclusive.

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Korean skin care is all the rage, and guess what? It's legit. (Image Credit: Annie Walton Doyle)

Adventures In Rubbing Gross Stuff On Your Face

Sometimes with skincare, it’s the satisfying science speak which lulls you into a state of security.

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