Saturday, August 19, 2017
BEAUTY & LIFESTYLE

BEAUTY & LIFESTYLE

Las Vegas conference date for ground-breaking hypnotherapist

GROUND-breaking work on relieving women’s menopause symptoms will be presented to a Las Vegas conference by Swindon-based hypnotherapist Helen Breward. The 2017 HypnoThoughts Live conference in Las Vegas is suitably oversized with an impressive list of speakers all considered trail...

Follow our top tips to avoid being red faced on Monday morning

IF you’re out and about this weekend take care in Sunday’s harsh winds, which could be hard on the face. Consultant dermatologist and British Skin Foundation trustee Dr Bav Shergill says at this time of the year our body is exposed...

10 most common PMS symptoms causing Brit women to take SIX MILLION days off...

BRITISH women are taking more than six million days off work a year – due to PMS, a study has found. Four in ten women admit their painful cramps, bloating and moods affect their day-to-day lives so much that they...

Your ‘perfect summer’ bucket list: How many will you tick off?

SIX barbecues, nine days sunbathing, three packets of hayfever tablets and two jugs of Pimm’s — those are the ingredients of the typical British summer, according to new research. A survey of 2,000 homeowners has placed plenty of sunny weather...

NATIONAL BIKINI WEEK: Wiltshire star makes the list of 50 best bikini bodies of...

CLASSIC beauties Raquel Welch, Ursula Andress and Marilyn Monroe have triumphed over 21st century models like Kate Upton and Kelly Brook in a poll of the 50 hottest ever bikini babes, according to a new study. Although it’s 50 years...

Women risk baldness by copying Kardashians, Ora and Rihanna

HAIRSTYLES made popular by stars such as Rihanna are putting women at risk of baldness, claim researchers. Braids, weaves, dreadlocks and extensions have boomed in popularity after being used by stars including Nicki Minaj, Kim Kardashian and Rita Ora. But the...

A fifth of men think they could have become a pro athlete

ONE in five sport-loving men are convinced that they ‘could have gone pro’, new research reveals. Were it not for a niggling injury, a cruel twist of fate or a simple falling out of love for the game, many Brits...

Woman turns 109 and says secret to long life is jelly babies and NO...

A WOMAN who has turned 109 says the secret to her long life is – ‘NO MEN’. Miss Wright said: “I’ve stayed away from men all my life – full stop. “That’s my secret, no men. And living off jelly babies – I...

Gym chain blasted over “fat-shaming” alien abduction billboard

A NATIONAL gym chain has been blasted for putting up a giant billboard saying fat people will be abducted by ALIENS. The controversial 20ft-high poster was put up to advertise Fit4Less on the side of a Co-operative store overlooking a busy road. It...

Meet the new perfect specimen of manhood: The ALFALFA Man

MOVE over Alpha Male and make way for your modern brother…ALFALFA Man. A new breed of super-fit man – who is better aware of his diet, knows which fats to avoid and is happy to pay extra for organic produce...

Half of Brits only work out so they can eat more junk food

MORE than half of Brits treat themselves to cake, chocolate or alcohol after exercising – but admit their reward often far outweighs the calories they have just worked off, a study has found. A study of 2,000 adults found 51...

Brits’ 30 unforgivable fashion mistakes…and the 10 greatest comebacks

SHELL SUITS, Crocs, Uggs and ‘mullets’ have been named as the most unforgiveable fashion mistakes of all time. Originally intended for sports use, the shell suit emerged in the 1980s but rapidly became ‘lounge wear’. It topped the fashion faux pax...

Think you’re healthy? What about your calorie blind spots?

MILLIONS of ‘healthy’ Brits have a ‘calories blind spot’ over sauces, sugars, condiments and snacks, research revealed yesterday. A study carried out among 2,000 adults found that while calorie counting and ‘five a day’ are a focus of their daily...

Women’s diets and exercise regimes improve after pregnancy

NEW mums eat more healthily and do more exercise after having a baby than ever before, according to a new study. The research found that prior to parenthood women would think nothing of eating ready meals and takeaways, and putting...

Vegan diets and herbal teas: The new breed of modern men

A STUDY into the changing lifestyle and health habits of 1,000 men aged 18-45, has uncovered a new breed of men unafraid to put health habits first in their quest for perfection. The digital world is a huge motivator for following...