Bad hair days are one thing, but add a bad face day to the mix and you've probably got an almighty hangover on your hands...
You don't have to invest bags of time or money to look a million dollars during party season. The sparkly and decadent beauty offerings illuminating shelves at this time of year, make Operation Glam a breeze.
What's a Christmas tree without the faint aroma of wrapped beauty goodies teasing under the twinkling lights?
A fashionable Noel demands a versatile wardrobe. When else in the year are you likely to change from snowman jumper to sequin dress on the same day?
Minimalism is perfectly acceptable for the majority of the year, but December is undoubtedly the month of overstated glamour and glitz.
Forget the tinsel, the tree and the mistletoe. The must-have decor for the festive season is the kind that you can wear - the Christmas jumper.
Picture the familiar Christmas scene: you arrive home from the garden centre, a tall, bushy tree proudly under your arm. You're anxious to get it up and show it off in all it's festive glory - but once it's actually inside, once you've pruned and snipped it into it's allocated space, the magic seems to have faded.
Having a place to park a car by your home is important, there's no arguing that. But is it more important than having an open green space to welcome you, visitors and nature to your front door?
Cranberries are the staple fruit of Christmas, creating the sauce synonymous with turkey or adding warmth to winter punches, relishes and jellies.
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.
Former Strictly Come Dancing judge Arlene Phillips was refused alcohol at a supermarket in Leominster, it emerged today.
Spooky going-ons have been filmed at a castle in Shropshire for a television programme presented by reality TV star Kerry Katona.
In today’s competition, we have teamed up with Double TWO, the internationally famous family company, to give you the chance to win a formal men’s shirt, usually retailing at £30 to £40 each, from their collection.
The winner of the Autumn Windfall competition published in the Express & Star and Shropshire Star on October 19 is:-
As Wolves continue their League One promotion campaign, we have two pairs of hospitality tickets up for grabs for the clash with Sheffield United.
You can’t help but sit in The Mytton and Mermaid and wonder at the name.
Faced with ever-present headlines about ever-rising energy prices, it's easy to feel helpless. But, if you're willing to invest a little time and money in some basic DIY, you and your home can fight back.
If your home has a painted exterior, it won't stay looking good forever because, inevitably, the elements will take their toll. The easiest way to give it a new look is to paint it a different colour, using a high quality masonry paint, such as those by Sandtex or Dulux. Even if you're happy with the existing colour, repainting it can work wonders. Discoloured, peeling and patchy paint isn't pretty or practical and can lead to damage that's expensive to repair.
Unless a property is new, or you have it newly rewired yourself, it is hard to know how old the wiring is and, crucially, if it is safe. There are tell-tale signs of old electrical work, such as surface-mounted cables, old-fashioned light switches, flexes and ceiling roses, and fuse boxes that use fuse wire, rather than pop-out fuses. However, fuse boxes are sometimes replaced without the rest of the wiring being updated, and many with pop-out fuses don't comply with current regulations.