Whichever cosmetics you're taking away with you on holiday, make sure you save space for sunscreen.
Spring has seen a whole sweet shop's worth of sugary products hit the shelves, from syrupy scents and tasty shades to candy-coloured cosmetics. And best of all, there's no tooth-rotting or calories involved - hurrah!
Wouldn't it be dreamy to have a weekly appointment at the spa for a long, relaxing facial?
With the season of city escapes and mini beach breaks well and truly upon us, you'd be right to rejoice.
While the sexy Seventies and haute-boho looks ruled on many a spring/summer catwalk, elsewhere, an altogether softer trend was gathering pace.
While Marc Jacobs led the military charge for spring, elsewhere, designers were clearly in more of a pacifist mood, as the army's favourite shade was thoroughly reworked for Civvy Street.
Living in a frost pocket, as I do, it's inevitable that each year I lose plants which are on the tender side, leaving gaps in my beds and borders which need to be filled.
As a man who has lovingly cared for, cosseted and cajoled a plethora of plants into looking their best for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, you might think that gardening guru Andy McIndoe might be a little dismissive of some of our old garden stalwarts.
The buzz has, until recently, been about the royal baby, but when Chelsea kicks off all eyes will be on Prince Harry, whose charity Sentebale is returning to Chelsea with a garden.
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.
Up for grabs in today’s competition are two pairs of top price tickets to see music legend Elton John at Banks’s Stadium, on Saturday, June 13.
In today’s competition we’re giving you the chance to win a great family day out, to the 2015 RAF Cosford Air Show on Sunday, June 14.
In today’s competition, we’re giving you the chance to see music legend Paul McCartney, when he brings his incredible ‘Out There’ tour to Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena, on May 27.
1. If white solvent-based paint was used on your home's woodwork (usually the case in the past) it will have discoloured over time - sometimes in only a matter of months. Solvent-based wood paints have other disadvantages too, including smelling, drying slowly (especially when it's cold), being prone to runs and drops (although non-drip versions are available) and being hard to clean up and clean off things.
1. Your home's roof should be inspected at least twice a year, both from the outside (preferably using binoculars) and inside the loft. If you can see daylight in the loft, there's probably something missing on the outside. Roof tiles or slates that have broken, slipped out of place, or been blown off are a common occurrence. If they're not replaced, rainwater will get into the loft and cause damage there and then the rooms below. Water staining in the loft is an early warning sign of a problem with the roof covering, so get it looked at by a reputable roofer straightaway.
If you want to increase your home's 'kerb appeal', giving the front a makeover is a must, whether you're selling or staying put. Here's how to do it: