If you're hankering for a new parfum to partner your new season wardrobe, you're in luck.
Oily-skinned types should definitely steer clear of oil-based moisturisers, right? And keep guzzling delicious fruity juices to clear your complexion?
We've all felt that sting of tomato soup against chapped lips, or the uncontrollable itch of a body starved of TLC during the colder months. So imagine what it feels like for young skin, that's so much more delicate than our own?
Despite their endless assertions that it's "just an honour to be nominated...", you just know that deep down, those po-faced stars are aching to end up with a glitzy statuette to take home.
Glad to finally see the back of winter? Aren't we all. But in the topsy-turvy world of luxury fashion, next winter is already in the frame.
With new drops landing in stores at a rate of knots, and sub-zero temperatures starting to subside, we're right on the cusp of the big spring fashion transition.
It's all very well joining the 'grow your own' brigade - but what if your tomatoes don't taste sweet, your beans are stringy and your chillis lack punch?
As spring arrives, so do new gardening tools, sundries, gadgets and seeds, which are timely additions to the wealth of possible presents to give your gardening mum on Mother's Day.
Ever thought about how to capture frost-covered holly, close-ups of pretty petals or swathes of woodland bulbs in fading light?
He spent years serving queen and country, but when a vicious assault put an end to Jonathan Knight's career as a soldier, he found a new life producing clothes for them instead.
Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman has died from an "apparent drug overdose" in his New York City apartment, an NYPD spokesman said.
Shropshire’s Zoe Cooper has urged the county to get behind her tonight as she aims to book her place in the final of Britain’s Got Talent – after admitting she has been ‘overwhelmed’ by the support she has received.
If you’re tired of missing out on your daily cuppa and favourite breakfast cereal, then this competition might just make your day.
The sixth Oswestry Literary Festival takes place from March 13 with a host of top authors, writers and journalists appearing in Oswestry, to celebrate words written, spoken and sung, and we have two VIP reception tickets to each of these headline events up for grabs in today’s competition!
1. The advantages of having a wind turbine are that any electricity generated by it is free, although you obviously have to pay for the turbine and installation, and your home's CO2 emissions are reduced because wind power is eco friendly and renewable. Your turbine should also earn you money through the Government's Feed-in Tariffs scheme - visit www.energysavingtrust.org.uk. This pays you not only for the electricity you generate and use, but also for any you export to the national grid.
1. It's not advisable to use a paint colour you don't know without trying it first - don't rely on printed colour cards, colours on computer screens, the colour on the tin, or the colour of the wet paint, as these can be misleading. Occasionally, colour cards are painted and these are, of course, more reliable than printed ones.
1. Before painting newly plastered walls and ceilings, you first need to seal the plaster. New plaster is very absorbent and although there are paints and sealers designed for it, a common way to seal it is with watered-down emulsion, as the plaster sucks up the water. Painting plaster before it's fully dry can cause the paint to peel, giving you endless problems, so don't start too soon.