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Bryony's back to basics eyeliner masterclass

Eyeliner is the one make-up technique we would love to master. But how thick should the line be? To flick or not to flick? Pen or pencil?

Bryony is here with her back to basics masterclass demonstrating how to choose the right product for your eyes, and most importantly how to get that line right!

Emmerdale's Leyla: This is the most nail-biting soap wedding ever!

Actress Roxy Shahidi joined Emmerdale in 2008, playing Leyla Harding. Over the past nine years (with a two-year break), we’ve seen Leyla battle with her estranged sister, and form a strong bond with best pal Priya.

Now, as Leyla prepares to marry hunky Pete Barton, will the truth about Priya and Pete’s affair be revealed?

Furjazzled by our owner... but has anybody actually asked the dogs?

Extreme dog groomers Daniela and Cat thinks furjazzling is fun \- but journalist Nilufer thinks decorating dogs is cruel. What do you think?

There’s a rising trend among dog owners, and it’s called furjazzling. An extreme form of dog grooming, furjazzling involves dying dogs multiple colours, painting their nails, dressing them up, and even making them resemble wild animals. This kind of grooming has ruffled some feathers (or rather, some fur), with the Kennel Club arguing it endangers dogs and makes them self-conscious. But enthusiasts claim it is fun and entertaining.

Joining us in today are furjazzling advocates Daniela with pooches Venice and Malibu, and prize-winning Cat Opson and her dog Kobe. We're also joined by journalist Nilufer Atik, who believes furjazzling is cruel. But what do you think?

We're not sexualising our beauty queen daughter!

Erika and Wayne spend almost every weekend taking their daughter Arielle, four, to beauty pageants, but insist she is not being sexualised

A mum who splurges thousands on her beauty queen daughter has hit back at claims she is 'sexualising' the four year old. By kitting her out with hair extensions, fake nails and extravagant dresses, the mum says she is schooling her daughter to become a future Miss England.

Mum Enrika does little Arielle’s make-up herself, applying £100 hairpieces, eyeshadow, glitter, false lashes, lipstick and special acrylic nails before every competition.

Arielle joins us alongside mum Enrika and dad Wayne who says he has no problem with it at all, and even applies his daughter’s fake tan!