Curse of the rouge

Are you hot? Are you burnt? Are you ill? Is something wrong? Did you just go on a run? Have you tried sensitive creams? Stop drinking coffee. Stop drinking alcohol. Stop eating spicy food. Did that work? No? These are just a few of the things that have been said to me throughout my life as a red-cheeked woman. It’s safe to say that the body positivity movement has come a long way, however I’ve still never seen an article that proudly showcases bright red cheeks as a positive quality. Let me give you some context. This is me [above], red cheeks ablaze. When I was younger I didn’t realise anything was different about my face. Not until I was about 12 when, on a school trip to London, one of t

Get to know Cohort 24

We are super excited to welcome you to our 24th Cohort! Our April Boot Camp was very successful with a turnout of 33 candidates. The room of Instagram addicts and tweetaholics impressed North West employers including Inflata Nation, Invasion, Supareal, Powah and EverSmart Energy! After a busy and exciting day, we created 13 jobs. Just another step forward to filling the digital skills gap! We would like to welcome you to our 24th Cohort! Callum Blythe – Invasion Describe yourself in a tweet… Been at the gym for 30 minutes and still can't get my favourite machine to work. The vending... Niamh Allsopp – Supareal Describe yourself with an emoji… 🤗 I would say that the Happy Face with hugging h


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