Women

Fashion's White winter

Mindy Laube Theage.com.au 20.04.2008
Look to White for black ... classical elegance with a modern twist.

Looking for office wear with edge? Suits and separates that combine serious and glamourous? You're in luck.

Young models banned

Andrew Potter Reuters 13.04.2008
Young models banned

Australian fashion week organisers have banned underaged models.


Five key fashion pieces for this season

Nicola Copping Times Online 13.04.2008
Five key fashion pieces for this season

Discover how to wear the best trends of summer, where to get them and expert tips, plus five looks to avoid at all cost

Fancy pants: lingerie's the luxury revolution for the noughties

Extravagant lingerie is no longer an occasional indulgence, as women embrace high-fashion for the everyday, writes Rachel Wells.


Let's makeup

Beth Cooney Greenwich Time 13.04.2008
Don't get swindled at the makeup counter. (iStockPhoto.com photo)

Tips for negotiating cosmetic counter sales pitches

Women willing to pay premium for cosmetics

The Economic Times 13.04.2008
Ambi M G Parameswaran  Executive Director & CEO (Mumbai),  DraftFCB Ulka Advertising

The department store in upper crust North Mumbai locale had just opened for business. In walks a middle-aged man, dressed in simple work clothes, looks around and very purposefully walks towards the MAC [Make up Art Cosmetics] 'uber' class cosmeti...


Maria B cosmetics designed to help women feel good about themselves

Michelle J. Mills Pasadena-Star-News 08.04.2008
Maria B cosmetics designed to help women feel good about themselves

West Covina resident Mina Trujillo is the owner and creator of Maria B Face Couture. The cosmetics collection boasts 140 different items, plus 14 skin care products. There are lip paints and glosses, eye shadows, liquid and powder foundations, bro...

British bras: their cup overflows

Bras are big business: since the mid-1990s British women have undergone an underwear revolution - buying more, and better quality, and sexier. Jo Craven finds out why


Diamond thong shown to the throng

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A diamond thong worth S$168,000 ($122,000) was the highlight of a lingerie fashion show in Singapore on Thursday.

MIA stopped to be cosmetics for young girls only

Kseniya Sobchak, not very young girl famous with many scandal stories became new campaign identity of MIA cosmetics that Concern Kalina positioned as production for young skin only.


World watches women’s wardrobe!

Jayati Chakraborty merinews 05.04.2008
World watches women’s wardrobe!

It is sad to see how women in fashion shows exhibit their bodies more that the dress they wear. It is surprising to see how the educated and conscious women have nothing to say about wardrobe malfunction, which is simply ignored as an accident.

Winner: Chloe was the first size 16 competitor to win the Miss Surrey title, and will now compete for the Miss England title. She says she is completely happy with her curves and 'loves' her body

Chloe Marshall is the teenage beauty queen who broke the mould by becoming the first size 16 beauty queen contender to make it to the finals of the Miss England contest. And now she reveals her shapely body in the official Miss England bikini – no...


FASHION: Lip stain

SignOnSanDiego.com 01.04.2008
FASHION: Lip stain

Thick pancake makeup and matte lipsticks feel awfully heavy during the summer. Plus, they compete with your "unlabored" beach or poolside look.

Mattie Kelly beneficiary in designer lip colors

Deborah Wheeler Emerald Coast Shopping 01.04.2008
Mattie Kelly beneficiary in designer lip colors

ROSEMARY BEACH - Patchouli’s owner Lynn Dugas enjoyed a busy week this past week with two debuts.


Paper lingerie a 'hot' item

Ong Yee Ting thestar online 01.04.2008
Paper lingerie a 'hot' item

PENANG: Dressing up in sexy undergarments is not only for the living, it seems, as paper paraphernalia burnt for the dead now include lingerie.

Beauty therapist Julie Edwards applies lipstick to Yenni at the Crimson Phoenix in South Melbourne.  Photo: Ken Irwin

INTEREST rates might be rising and food and fuel prices soaring, but it is going to take much more than that to wrest a woman away from her favourite lipstick.


Fashion: Return of the flapper

The Independent 29.03.2008
The flapper look, encapsulated here by 1920s Hollywood starlet Clara Bow, has made a reappearance on the catwalk  GETTY IMAGES

Beaded dresses, cloche hats, dropped waists and Art Deco fabrics... the Twenties and Thirties are making a comeback on the catwalk, says Katherine Ormerod

Russian people choose spring moisturizing

Cosmetics in Russia 29.03.2008
Russian people choose spring moisturizing

The beginning was in 1942 when a plant Krasniy khimik was founded and produced chemicals, personal-care products, some cosmetics and perfumes. In 1997 it became cosmetic company Vesna (translated as Spring).


Could you last a day without make-up?

Sarah Vine Times Online 28.03.2008
Could you last a day without make-up?

It's National No Make-up Day today - a command best not obeyed

'Cosmetics cop' on patrol sees through the makeup

Sara Glassman Star Tribune 28.03.2008
Richard Sennott, Star Tribune

Watchdog Paula Begoun calls it like she sees it: Beauty-product makers lie. Exfoliate gently. And Botox is good.



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