• How to look after your dry skin all year long

    There's nothing worse than looking after your skin all year, only to find your complexion is dry and chapped as soon as the cold weather sets in. But with a good skincare regime all year long, you can prevent that from ever happening. We spoke to Stacey Whittaker, crowned Scotland's best make-up artist, about her tips for looking after dry skin. GALLERY: The best eye creams for all your concerns First up, cleansing and moisturising. "Be sure to cleanse your face and apply your chosen moisturiser straight away to give it a chance to sink in before applying your make-up," Stacey told

  • Top tips for battling seasonal blues

    Struggling to cope at certain points during the year, especially during cooler months, is quite common. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that's related to changes in seasons and begins and ends at about the same times, with symptoms tending to affect people during autumn and winter. While you should contact your doctor if you think your mental health is being impacted, spiritual mentors and positive speakers Ani and Esther have some advice for staying positive all year round. GALLERY: Celebrities who have spoken out about mental health Keep warm: Being cold can promote depression, so look to

  • The powers of protein powder

    It can be hard to get enough protein into our bodies, especially for vegetarians, who are missing out on the likes of chicken, seafood, and lean beef. But according to various health experts, including dietitian and triathlon coach Marni Sumbal, protein powder is just as effective, if not better! STORY: The six plant-based proteins you need to try The most common type of product is whey protein, which is made from the remains of milk that has been curdled and strained. It may not sound yummy but it can work wonders, especially when mixed into smoothies and shakes or stirred into

  • Tried and tested: hair hydrators

    Whether your hair needs hydration after getting back from a holiday in the sun or you have the central heating cranked up inside, look no further than these products to bring some much-needed moisture back to your locks. TIGI Bed Head Urban Anti-Dotes Resurrection Treatment Mask – 3/5 My hair felt lovely and soft after just one wash with this mask. I'm a slave to my straighteners so the ends of my hair can look dry, but this product lessened that. I didn't actually know whether to use this on dry or wet hair though, as instructions just state spread between

  • How to go from blonde to brunette

    There's no better time than a change in season to switch-up your hair colour. Trendsetters such as Zoe Kravitz, Cara Delevingne and Miley Cyrus have all been showing off darker hair recently, and no doubt other names will soon be transforming from blonde to brunette. While a major dye job is always a scary prospect, celebrity hairstylist Phil Smith believes that the perfect shade has the ability to complement your complexion and enhance features. He recommends consulting with an expert hairstylist who can give advice on colour and tones. RELATED: Cara Delevingne reveals new brown hair "If your complexion is medium

  • David Beckham's sister Joanne shows off growing bump at baby shower

    Joanne Beckham is one step closer to becoming a mum. The pregnant businesswoman – who is the younger sister of David Beckham – has celebrated her baby shower and took to Instagram to share a gorgeous photo. Joanne looked radiant, showing off her growing bump in a silk black dress that featured an empire waistline. She held up a sign that read 'Mother to be' as she and her boyfriend Kris Donnelly posed in front of a wall of white flowers. "B A B Y. S H O W E R... Today we had the most amazing baby shower!" she

  • Nicky Hilton reveals why Christmas will be different this year

    With the Christmas holidays just around the corner, Nicky Hilton is gearing up to welcome a new addition to her family! The fashion designer, who is expecting her second child, is changing her usual festive plans as she awaits the arrival of her bundle of joy. "Christmas Eve we always spend with my grandfather and my dad's side of the family and Christmas Day is always at home with my mum's side of the family and every Christmas morning we all have breakfast," the 34-year-old told HELLO! last week at the annual Samsung Charity Gala in New York City. She continued,

  • This is the shocking sugar and fat content of your favourite Christmas drinks

    From indulgent toffee nut lattes to hot chocolates topped with whipped cream, the Christmas menus have just launched at coffee chains across the UK, and they are indulgent to say the least. As part of their 'Behind the Label' study, Wren Kitchens have taken a look at what's really in some of the nation's most popular festive drinks, and some contain up to 78 grams of sugar – the equivalent of 19.7 teaspoons of the sweet stuff. Dr Dan Robertson, medical officer at Push Doctor, analysed the findings and made suggestions of how customers can make their drinks a little

  • Peter Andre reveals wife Emily is going back to work after maternity leave

    Peter Andre has revealed that his wife Emily is excited about returning to work. Her maternity leave is coming to an end, which means Emily, 28, will have to adjust to spending time away from her two young children. "Emily's about to go back to work and she is really looking forward to working," Peter told HELLO! Online. "Not so much looking forward to not being with the kids. But she's going to be a working doctor, and I'm going to be very, very proud. I've promised her I'll make her some nice home-cooked meals when she comes home