Think before you ink
Jessica Martin 34 per cent of tattooed Australians wish they hadn't been permanently stamped.
"Horrifying" laser treatment left Jennifer Aniston looking like a "burn victim".
Natasha Hughes How to tell a qualified beautician from a "butcher.
Livia Gamble According to a New Zealand news site, Simpson spends approximately US$1 million a year on her looks.
Nedahl Stelio Is there a way to erase the "tired" from your face?
On the rise
Eleanor Pendleton Forget going under the knife in the quest for younger looking skin. Now, the bulk of non-surgical procedures available are designed to restore a youthful appearance to the skin on an outpatient basis.
Caroline Zielinski Teenage boys will be able to take measures to prevent hair loss using a new genetic test that predicts if a person will lose their hair, a hair treatment group says.
MJ Angel The official numbers aren't yet in but it's estimated that Aussies spent more than $600 million last year on non-invasive cosmetic procedures such as Botox, fillers and other skin rejuvenation...
Beverley Hadgraft Ashley Granot, 65, is a Melbourne-based cosmetic surgeon and father of five, including four girls. He has carried out procedures on three of them.
Beauty: Is it worth it?
Nedahl Stelio It hits me when I'm going to see a gig for the first time in years (Phoenix at the Hordern, they were brilliant).
Nedahl Stelio The fastest way to look younger, experts say, is to whiten your smile. Yellowing teeth is one of the most obvious signs of aging.
Nedahl Stelio It starts out, like most bizarre, women's-nether-region-hair-trends tend to, with whispers among friends. Or blatant statements even.
Cassy Small While our desire to defy age and improve our appearance will not change, the methods in which we do this will.
Beverly Parungao In the US, cosmetic procedures for men increased by 22 per cent from 2002 to the end of 2012, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons says.
12 months of beauty
Natasha Hughes They say it's all in the eye of the beholder...
Natasha Hughes Customised hair, flexible hours and falsies. Natasha Hughes looks at the what's set to be big in beauty this year.
Natasha Silva-Jelly The latest beauty trends can be summed up with "good things come in small doses".
Judy Barouch To hair or to bare... down there? Seems there's a new factor to take into consideration when deciding on this vexing (or should that be waxing) question.
What's behind the trend for Asian people to have their faces "Westernised", wonders Benjamin Law.
Aisha Dow A Melbourne hair-growth company that glued Chinese wigs onto men's bald spots has been ordered to refund one of its disgruntled clients, as questions are raised about the company's links to a new...