Leah McLennan Using old fashioned make-up techniques can be one of the fastest ways to ensure you look older than you are.
Natasha Hughes Beauty expert Natasha Hughes answers your questions.
Cheap and simple
Rachel Clun They might earn millions of dollars a year, but celebrities are no strangers to cheap beauty fixes.
"I don't see the point in looking less than your best," says actress.
After 20 years of supermodelling, she's picked up a trick or two.
Natasha Hughes Yes, says Hillary Clinton. She just can't be bothered any more.
Beauty in a flash
Cassy Small Looking good needn't take long. From top to toe, there's a range of products and slick manoeuvres that can have you out the door and looking great in no time.
Hannah Betts Nigella Lawson's magazine cover just underlines the amount of artifice required to pull off the 'natural' look.
Beauty bag must-haves
Eleanor Pendleton Eleanor Pendleton reveals the must-haves beauty editors favour.
NYC Fashion Week
Eleanor Pendleton We went backstage at NYFW to discover the tricks of the beauty trade.
Photoshop strikes again
Livia Gamble Burlesque queen Dita Von Teese is the latest celebrity to go under Photoshop's metaphorical knife.
Notebook mag controversy
Livia Gamble Khloe, Kim and Kourtney have had their natural figures downsized for a magazine.
Livia Gamble Kate Winslet and Scarlett Johansson are the latest A-listers to be photographed without make-up, in a series of raw photographs for the 20th annual Vanity Fair Hollywood edition.
Sarah Berry New research shows how make-up influences how we are perceived and how we perceive ourselves. It also highlights some concerning aspects of our culture.
Debra D. Bass The latest beauty 'wonder drug' is probably already a resident in your kitchen cupboard.
Gabrielle Lipton There's a joke among tattoo artists that whenever Rihanna gets a new tattoo, droves of 20-something women will soon come asking for the same.
Cassy Small Make 2014 your most beautiful year yet. Here are our suggestions for some beauty resolutions you're going to want to keep.
Take the quiz
Sarah Berry A new study suggests you can you pick a smoker by the condition of their skin.