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.
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.
"I don't see the point in looking less than your best," says actress.
Rachel Clun Virtual makeup and 3D printed eye-shadow. It has to be seen to be believed.
Wind back the clock
Elizabeth Clarke The key to a good youthful makeup is finding the balance between too much makeup and not enough.
'I smoke, I drink, I sunbathe'
Anita Singh Jerry Hall says she looks "pretty good" for her age despite doing everything health experts say we must avoid.
Michael Koziol It is all about pastels, possums! In what is chalked up as a throwback to the 1950s, purple hair has re-entered the zeitgeist with more gusto than the twist at a sock hop.
Public make-up touch ups
Jenna Clarke The royal family’s quest to be perceived as down-to-earth folk continued when both the Queen and Camilla were photographed touching up their make-up in public last week.
Nedahl Stelio For as long as I can remember, men have declared they prefer ''the natural look'' on women. But that could all be complete hogwash, according to a new study.
Surely one Kim Kardashian is plenty?
Stephanie Darling Stephanie Darling finds a new cult serum in the making and shows how it's easy being green with the latest nail polish hit colour
Purple lips and dirty hair
Jenna Clarke Once upon a time purple-tinged lips were a sign of hypothermia, now they are a symptom of the “Lorde effect”.
Super foods and beauty
Julia Teen Is what’s good for the body really good for the skin? That’s the question dermatologists are asking with the rise of trendy super foods turning up in our beauty products.
Nedahl Stelio Is there a way to erase the "tired" from your face?
Rachel Clun Why do we point and scoff at their attempts to halt time?
Photoshop strikes again
Livia Gamble Burlesque queen Dita Von Teese is the latest celebrity to go under Photoshop's metaphorical knife.