There's nothing like doing the modern family/home/work juggle to get a girl to take her eye off the ball in the beauty department. Amidst the business of it all, grooming typically takes a back seat save for a quick lick of mascara and, perhaps, a swipe of lip colour in the morning
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Rubbing coffee on thighs to combat cellulite and applying baking soda on teeth to make them whiter are among the weird and wonderful beauty secrets employed by women, a survey has revealed. Other tricks of the trade include rinsing hair with raw eggs or beer to make it appear shiny and dabbing toothpaste on spots and insect bites to help heal them. Read on for the most amazing 50 top tips
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For flat-out mamas, an excuse to forget about the festive ‘to do’’s for a few hours, scrub up and get spangly is wonderful. That said, after a looong day, just the thought of embarking on a fiddly, time-consuming mission to glam-up is enough to make you cancel, pleading exhaustion/a double booking/a sudden dose of Lapland flu.
So here I am. Over 40 (in fact nearly 45) and lately I find I've developed a strange relationship with magnifying mirrors. Once the domain of eye-brow plucking, I'm turning into Snow White's wicked witch with a "mirror, mirror on the wall..." complex. Do I need help? Is this normal I wonder?