Male grooming means more than a daily once-over with soap. Moisturisers and exfoliators are the key to looking and feeling good, writes Lee Holmes
The festive season's a busy and tiring time which can take its toll on your skin. Cover up dark circles and blemishes with these clever concealers
Get a little helping hand when it comes to complexion perfection with our pick of the best bases
Too much sun can leave skin showing signs of damage, but fret not - plenty of products promise to even out, repair and brighten
Today the premiere of the Alan Patridge Film Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa will take place in glamorous Norwich (where else?). To celebrate, we've collated some of the most enlightening pronouncements from everyone's favourite radio DJ.
From sun cream and shower gel to hair serum and scent, these products will see you jetting off in style
Torrential rain that washes sewage into waters people might want to swim in blamed
Benedict Cumberbatch has revealed how his co-stars played a prank which left him filming the new Star Trek movie with his face covered in blobs of sun cream.
1. Colour Splash Multi-Tone Bronzer in Hilarious Honey £13.90, kikocosmetics.co.uk
We're not sure about… MIC mania
Beauty, like fashion, feeds on novelty only to a certain extent. Cosmetics' shades and textures change seasonally with the clothes they accompany on the catwalks, but in the same way that there are some things in your wardrobe that thankfully stay pretty much the same year-in, year-out (the classic white tee, a trench coat, your pants… that kind of thing), there are a few essentials in your make-up bag that rarely alter.
People always edit their lives on Facebook, picking photos, links and "likes" to make themselves seem as awesome as possible.
The mixture of cold, winter weather and piping-hot rooms can play havoc with your skin – these creams will lend a helping hand
As a youngster, talk of "health farms" and time spent swanning about in big fluffy robes and plopping into hot tubs with mountain views sounded like the pinnacle of glamour.
It's a long way from the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, just off the Champs Elysée in Paris, to Clifton Street in Waco, Texas, where an elderly postal worker called Kermit Oliver lives with his wife in a modest, prairie-style home.