Disabled people enjoy clothes as much as any other human being. Disabled people are fashionable too. From a pair of high shoes, a tight fitted dress, a pop of bright coloured lipstick - to a designer handbag - fashion and beauty makes us feel good. When you feel good, you look good. Confidence is everything and we could all do with an extra boost of confidence. Fashion and beauty really is for every BODY.
Aging is such a scare because most people start to judge and evaluate their life as they get older. When we are younger, we rarely ever measure ourselves in terms of physical and material achievements, but as we turn thirty or forty, we put this enormous pressure on ourselves and others about how things should and shouldn't be.
Having hopped on the Double Wear train myself, I can certainly see what all of the hype is about. It is a very lovely product which is easy to blend and definitely holds up to the "15-hour staying power" claim. However, I have discovered a dupe and it is pretty awesome!
When putting together a men's makeup routine for TV, it's important to appreciate the benefits of achieving a natural 'no makeup' makeup appearance. This look is all the rage at the moment, as more guys than ever before demand that their cosmetics remain unnoticeable on screen.
Surprisingly, in this age of having instant access to a wealth of information on virtually any topic and despite the widespread cancer awareness campaigns, many people are still unaware of the facts and consequences of cancer treatment.
The problem is not that we appreciate beauty but that the definition of beauty is so narrow, too narrow to include afro textured hair, so while society is waking up to the damaging effects of its narrow definition of beauty, advocating for body acceptance, even skin colour acceptance, hair discrimination still goes largely unopposed.
Anyone experiencing tattoo regrets can now rejoice! There are many solutions, both permanent and temporary, for getting rid of those pesky tattoos. Start by analysing what your tattoo removal needs and expectations are, and what type of method would best suit your lifestyle.
But what exactly is so bad about men who want to count their macros and pluck their eyebrows? If British men are now entering an epidemic of self-care and wellness then surely this can only be positive? If fitness is acceptable for men, then why not skincare?
When you envision the ultimate in healthy skin, what do you see? If a smooth, clear, and radiant complexion is what instantly comes to mind, you won't be alone; it's what most of us aim for. But how do you go about achieving that?
Returning to work from maternity leave was the final boost I needed to start putting myself first again. Inspired to make more of an effort during nine-to-five, I started to research and test products that would revive or disguise the daily grind of being a parent.
Most cheap artists are used to applying an "instagram brow" and "heavy contour" when you want a very soft and natural look, they will not be able to cater that look for you as they are not accustomed to doing it.
Whether it's blending it like Beckham in the cosmetic stakes, or focusing on anti-ageing products to restore a bit of order in the bathroom, this spending figure is sure to further explode, as men further fine tune their needs.
Maybe your skin is feeling like it needs a 'lustre boost' right now. Perhaps it's feeling and looking a little lacklustre, especially with the combination of colder weather and central heating that can suck the life out of skin. Anyone else ready for spring now?
From chopping boards to toilet brushes - we often take everyday items for granted, expecting them to pass the test of time and rarely replacing them. Hassle.com, the UK's leading platform for booking a local and trusted cleaner online, have identified 10 everyday items that you should be throwing away!
The models that monopolise magazines and billboards are no longer remotely representative of the women that we see in everyday life, resulting in an influx of body-dissatisfaction, eating disorders and appearance preoccupation among young women.
The Tivoli Hotel in Vilamoura stands proudly overlooking the 19th hole of the Oceanic Victoria Golf Course (home to the prestigious Portuguese Masters) making it perfectly located for the growing number of golf enthusiasts who are taking up the sport.