• Pluck your brows like a pro

    Arches done correctly can make eyes seem bigger and brighter, visually lift sagging lids, rev up hair color and give you an all-over gorgeous look. “Eyebrows are so important, they really help shape and define your face,” notes Hollywood brow expert Anastasia Soare, who does brow shape-ups for celebrities like Penelope Cruz, Jennifer Lopez and Jennifer Garner. CLICK ON PHOTO FOR GALLERY Eyebrow Shaping Tools What you’ll need: slant tip tweezers, a spiral brow brush (it looks like a clean mascara wand), and a stencil with brow powder and a brow brush. Step-by-step Eyebrow Shaping “The idea is to find balance between

  • Ephesus, an open-air classical museum

    Once a key port on the eastern Mediterranean, despite repeated dredging, the harbour silted up, and what now remains of Ephesus lies a few kilometres inland. In its heyday, the city's markets were among the best in the classical world, and Ephesus achieved an importance that can only be imagined as you walk among the ruins. The city was one of twelve that comprised the Ionian League, an alliance of towns along the Anatolian coast of what is now Turkey. After the Roman conquest, the city became one of the largest and most important of the Empire, second only

  • 'Narnia' cast and guests lead stars looking ice cool in the snow

    Plunging temperatures don't mean the style stakes have to slip too. That was the message sent out by the glamourous cast and guests at the premiere of the new Narnia film on Tuesday night. The snow was falling heavily as the likes of Georgie Henley (pictured below with Ben Barnes) and Anna Popplewell arrived. But the girls, who play sisters Lucy and Susan Pevensie, didn't shy away from showing off their red carpet gowns. Click on photos to see more stars looking fab in the cold Twenty-one-year-old Anna looked gorgeous in a black sating strapless number by Lee Klabin. Meanwhile Georgie, 15, was

  • Delighted Linford Christie dashes out of the 'I'm A Celebrity...' jungle

    After 18 long days living Down Under, Linford Christie has become the latest contestant to leave I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here - and he couldn't be happier about it. Upon hearing that the public had voted to send him home, the Olympic champion sprung to his feet and hugged and kissed hosts Ant and Dec. "I'm going home," he cheered after learning that comedian Dom Joly would be the one staying put. Speaking in his post-eviction interview after leaving camp for the last time, Linford told the presenters: "I've had enough. I had enough days ago. "Some of it was what I

  • Hit or miss? Vote now on the stars' style

    Leighton Meester at the 2010 Gotham Independent Film

  • Celebrity transformations: Christina Aguilera

    See how the Burlesque star has changed over the years Click on photo for

  • Celeb-inspired gift ideas: grandfather Jim Carrey

    It was only earlier this year that TV funnyman Jim Carrey had the joy of becoming a grandfather for the first time. Showing off his grandson at July 4th festivities, it's clear the actor loves having a new addition to his family. So what better than to get a doting grandpa a My granddaughter picture frame – the perfect way to capture those precious memories. Jim is also reported to be a die-hard fan of death metal, so his Christmas stocking wouldn’t be complete without a Swedish Death Metal CD, bound to please even the biggest of death

  • Celeb-inspired gift ideas: grandmother Sarah Palin

    US politician and Alaska resident Sarah Palin is well known for her love of outdoor pursuits. Although many would be put off by the real thing, a stag wall sticker is bound to please a hunting enthusiast like the fomer US vice-presidential candidate. Daughter Bristol showed a hidden talent on this year's Dancing With the Stars... so why not let mum join the fun too? A Nintendo Wii dancemat will have Sarah tapping her feet for hours. And when a hard day of outdoor and indoor excercise draws to an end, what better than a luxury tea set to help the former governor to wind down and relax?


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