Beauty & fashion
When it comes to cosmetics, there are some things you can get away with buying cheaply, but a few things you should invest a little more in
Our Aussie-raised beauty guru grew up with "slip, slop, slap" drummed into her head from a young age, which means: slip on a shirt, slop on sunscreen, and slap on a hat to protect against sun damage. Here's what you need to know to have fun in the sun without burning up
The 22-year-old budding designer is on the fast track to fashion stardom. See what inspires Angus' designs and his hopes for the future.
Hong Kong's shops are filled with identical trends. You are more likely to walk past someone wearing the same T-shirt as you than you are to bump into someone you know on the street.
As a student at the University of Washington, I live in Seattle for most of the year. Seattle has its moments, but for the most part, it's usually pretty cold, kinda dreary and rainy unlike Hong Kong's hot and humid, so I've had to switch up my skincare routine a little.
Highlighter as eyeshadow, blush as lip colour - make-up isn't a rigorous routine so don't be afraid to mix things up a little!
Young Post's resident farm-girl turned reporter Ariel Conant goes to the gym every morning before work, and still comes in looking fab. So we poked through her make-up bag to find out what she's using for on-the-go makeovers.
Your hair is your best accessory because it's always with you, so here are some tips from Hair Xavier's director, Kumi Nagae, so you can get a cut that makes you look your best.
Most products promise all kinds of results, but do they really deliver? To save you from getting things that may just disappoint you, theYoung Post team tested out the goods for you. Here's the deal …
If you've never been to a formal function before, it's natural not to know what to wear to it. What you need to remember is to respect that it's a formal event, and dress to show that respect.