Author Archives: Emily Braybrooke
A new year brings new trends and here at The Linc we’re bringing you the ones to watch and where to get them on a budget.
The carefree and liberated attitude of the 1920s that had so affected the style and cut of womenswear began to fade out by the end of 1930, as the Great Depression began to take effect.
There are many different hairstyles and many different face shapes, and how well we all carry off our respective styles is largely dependent on the shape of our face. But what are the main face shapes out there and what does this mean in regards to the future of your hair? Let’s find out.
Oily skin isn’t something that you would think people have to deal with during winter, considering that most people’s skin only produces excess shine during the warmer months of the year. However, for the unlucky few, colder weather doesn’t necessarily mean dryer skin – so here are some tips on how to deal with oily/shiny […]
Everyone associates the 1920’s with the knee-length flapper dress, accompanied by glitzy headbands and even a cheeky feather boa. But is there more to it?
Sandwiched in between a decade of war and a decade of depression you could have forgiven fashion for taking a break in the 1920s. You could have understood if fashion had just wanted to have a nice, easy time, maybe introduce a new style of sock if business was especially slow, but nothing revolutionary. And […]
Lincoln’s Waterside Shopping Centre held its annual Student Lock-In last Tuesday. Shops such as New Look and Topshop kept their doors open till late showcasing some fantastic student only deals.