An old photo of Meghan Markle as homecoming queen in high school has surfaced, and it's our first glimpse of the future royal in a tiara.
A mom who was grilled by onlookers after sharing a candid snap of her daughter says she's shocked and upset to find the image was removed by Instagram.
"America's Next Top Model," the reality TV series from the early '00s, is back for its 24th season, and its creator, Tyra Banks, is too.
A mom planning to pierce her infant child's ears was called "abusive" by other parents when she sought out advice from users of an online parenting forum.
“Everyone she meets always say she is a polite and lovely girl. This doesn't change because of a hairstyle, to me it is discrimination.”
The Trump White House is concerned enough about appearances that it hired a full-time hair and makeup artist last year: Katie Price, whose previous clients include CNN and Russia Today.
“We are exactly what each other wants, and guess what, our bodies are a part of that. It's not abnormal or a fetish."
Winona Ryder's new L'Oréal commercial makes the puzzling claim that "Everyone loves a comeback. Damaged hair deserves one, too."
We all know that as we get older our confidence, among other things, droops, leaving a wide majority of us more and more self-conscious about our bodies with every passing year. Well, not for these ladies. Stars including Halle Berry, Cindy Crawford, Davina McCall and Kris Jenner are all over the age of 40 and still happily stripping down to their bikinis on social media, giving us all the injection of body confidence we so desperately need. Here’s proof that women over a certain age can still absolutely boss a bikini… Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Woman says she’s been fired after body-positive photoshoot went viral 49-year-old Davina McCall poses in thong bikini for first time, inspires us all Former Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman, 59, posts honest bikini selfie
Stretch marks are one of the most-talked-about skin characteristics among women. Men? Not so much. Enter Sam Smith.
In what seems like a feel-good family story, she took her child to get a manicure. Sounds great, right? Not according to the internet.
There’s nothing quite like a glam, red carpet event to satisfy our fashion cravings – and give us a wealth of sartorial inspiration. Sunday 7 January marks the 75th Golden Globe Awards and is bound to set to play host to this season’s top actors and actresses, in addition to this season’s top fashion designs. Chances are, everyone from Jessica Chastain to Meryl Streep will be donning fresh-from-the-catwalk looks for the event – whether they opt to wear black or not . But first, look back on what Hollywood’s biggest names have worn in years gone by. From the ab-revealing Dior number Jennifer Lawrence worked in 2016 to the talked about dress-over-trousers that Emma Watson debuted two years previously, we give you the biggest style wins of the Golden Globe Awards. But with (almost) every fashion high, comes a low. Not every design a celebrity wears in their lifetime will be a resounding success, so naturally there are a number of outfits that haven’t been received well at the exclusive LA awards show. Remember the inky, strapless Monique Lhuillier gown Sarah Michelle Gellar did her best to make work? How about the bizarre, hip-baring Versace dress Halle Berry had to content with? Even red carpet queen Beyonce had a fashion faux pas in a strapless, floral number once upon a time. See how many of these Golden Globe Awards looks you remember. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Women will wear black to the 2018 Golden Globe Awards to protest sexual harassment Kids recreate iconic Golden Globe looks with epic results The truth behind the 2017 Golden Globe red carpet looks
Michael Wolff’s new book about President Trump’s first year in office, Fire and Fury: Inside Trump’s White House, reveals that Ivanka allegedly makes fun of her father’s hair and that he uses Just For Men.
"I feel like I have embraced my acne by not hiding it anymore, and [now I] just kind of be real with myself and real with other people."