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.
Winnie Salamon In computers they call it "waving a dead chicken", a ritual that makes a person feel better even though they know it's not going to lead to any tangible results.
Julia Teen The future of beauty seems to be in product customisation
Natasha Hughes What to look for in a skin cream and what to avoid.
Natasha Silva-Jelly We've trawled supermarkets and chemists for the 50 top value-for-money beauty products. This week: skincare.
Natasha Silva Jelly Can a DNA profile help to prevent the signs of ageing?
America's Next Top Model
Livia Gamble America's Next Top Model contestant Chantelle Brown-Young was four years old when white patches appeared on her skin but that hasn't stopped her from taking on the modelling world.
Livia Gamble Charlize Theron expressed her views on the beauty industry, womanhood and becoming a mum in a recent interview.
Rachel Clun Jennifer Aniston has spoken candidly about her dislike for cosmetic surgery, saying there’s no way she would go under the knife.
'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.
Wind back the clock
Elizabeth Clarke The key to a good youthful makeup is finding the balance between too much makeup and not enough.
Jenna Clarke Sephora has given beauty fans a sneak preview of what to expect from its first Australian store.
How the rays damage our skin
Sarah Berry An artist has captured how ultraviolet rays really damage skin, and how sunscreen should never be foresaken.
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.
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”.
Radhika Sanghani Rihanna's latest perfume advert has been restricted by the UK ad watchdog because it's so 'provocative', but that's not why Radhika Sanghani is so grateful for this ruling.
Eleanor Pendleton At recent fashion shows make-up artists were calling foundation a dirty word. Find out why.
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.
Nedahl Stelio Imagine a serum that could erase the lines under your eyes in 20 minutes. That would have to be magic, right? It's the holy grail of skincare: something that smoothes, softens and gives wrinkles the...