A childhood trip to the hairdressers was generally a treat saved for the occasional wedding, Mum usually being the one to tackle my unruly curls. More often, my brother and I would wriggle in the waiting area while Mum grabbed a haircut herself.
Wellbeing uncovers some of the latest footwear trends to nurture your feet!
A new poll of 2,000 people from The Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists found almost 4 in 10 women knowingly buy shoes that don’t fit them. The survey reveals that 37% of women wear uncomfortable shoes as long as they’re fashionable and 17% of men admit buying the wrong size. Perhaps not surprisingly, a massive 80% of the women surveyed reveal that they have suffered foot problems like corns and in-growing toe nails.
In 1957, Japanese pharmacist Yoshikiyo Nowatari invented a glycerine-based moisturiser that would go on to be one of the longest selling skin care products in Japan and the number one selling medicated vitamin-enriched cream on the market. The Moisturising Skin Cream has been a family favourite in Japan for over 50 years.
This expert skin care range is enriched with Vitamin E, Vitamin B2 and Camphor, all key ingredients for healthy skin.
Half of women have cut back on spending on their make-up
More than a third (35 per cent) of women are hanging onto old make-up in a bid to save money
One in five women have caught the men in their life using their eye make-up
This January, British women may want to make a New Year's resolution to clear out their make-up bags following new research from the College of Optometrists that reveals over a third (35 per cent) of women in the UK are hanging onto their make-up for longer in a bid to save money.
Our skin is our packaging, our outer covering, our protective film against the elements. Our skin knows when we are sick and hormonal, it glows with good health and rages against us for over indulging.
False eyelashes have been around for years, and while they are more popular than ever, a new craze for semi-permanent eyelash extensions is also emerging thanks to celebrity fans like Cheryl Cole. Yet while there is a growing trend for long, luscious lashes, eye experts at the College of Optometrists are warning women not to put fashion before their eye health when choosing to embrace the Cheryl look.
Mikyla Dodd, ex Hollyoaks star and Celebrity Fit Club attendee talks to Wellbeing Magazine about her relationship with food and her dramatic weightloss.
As a child Mikyla Dodd was a cheeky and loveable child and by her own admission greedy with a sweet tooth. She would regularly be offered treats and served adult size portions and as a result she developed an unhealthy overeating pattern steadily increasing her weight every year until she finally reached 24 and a half stone and a size 28.