Beauty & fashion

f your eyebrows aren’t on fleek, and your highlight isn’t #goals, then it isn’t Instagram-worthy and therefore it’s not going on the internet.
Beauty trends are always changing, and with so many brands on the market, it's hard sticking to one product, or one country. This week,we investigate whether Korean beauty products are the next big thing
This week's fictional heroine makeover, inspired by Divergent's Beatrice Prior, takes that fierce determination and independent thinking and brings it into a wearable, chic look
Everyone feels out of place at times: Who hasn't wished they could magically transform into someone else? The X-Men's Mystique is proudly unique, and a role model for anyone who's ever felt "different".We translated her stunning look into a wearable style for this week's fictional heroine makeover
Sonali effortlessly radiates Hermione's easy-going look that is both youthful and polished.
Everyone needs a hero, and for girls, some of the best role models are found in fiction. This month we look at four heroines, and how their distinct personalities can be translated into hair and make-up styles you can imitate.
The mood board for Hermione's look
Intelligent, witty, strong and indenpendent, Hermione Granger is more than a talented witch. She's a role model for young girls everywhere, and here is how you can interpret and imitate her look and style
Young Post editor Susan Ramsay has no time to read make-up blogs, so for our last “Don’t Quit Your Day Job”, we sent her to learn some skills from an expert. And then practise them on a brave cadet.
Jimin looks nervous as Sue brandishes a brown pencil
Okay, I confess, I find make-up to be a necessary evil. It's a camouflage to blend in with other women, and a complete waste of time and money.
We can barely believe it, but September's just a week away. As well as getting our school supplies and assignments ready, we're going to take some extra time this week to get our skincare routine back on track...
Need to treat your skin before school starts but spent all your allowance? Don't worry, we have some cheap, homemade solutions...
Most of us wouldn't think twice about throwing away our old shoes. After all, what good are flapping soles and broken heels? But some creative people look past the tattered straps and scuffed uppers and see something different: art materials.