Next time you're heading on a long-haul flight, you might want to remember these flight attendant secrets.
From lighting to confidence, here are the five tips they recommend to help you take your Instagram to the next level, and beyond.
Pastor Wilfredo De Jesús encourages church members to honor delivery woman Monique Hall with a generous tip. A pastor at a local church in Chicago is encouraging its members to embrace the process of honoring others — and they’re off to a good start with a deserving pizza delivery person. After being called to deliver pies to New Life Covenant Church, Monique Hall arrived to a full service where Pastor Wilfredo De Jesús was standing on stage.
After a local megachurch placed a huge takeout order and forgot to tip her, an Outback waitress complained about it on Facebook, only to be fired by the restaurant the following day.
Look younger now and (almost) forever with these simple diet and lifestyle changes! Sweet potatoes help lock in moisture, give your skin a healthy glow, and protect it from damage, thanks to their abundance of vitamin A. In fact, dry skin is often a sign that your diet needs more vitamin A, which is why it's often used in skin products (you'll usually see it marked as retinol). "Carrots are loaded with vitamin C, which is a precursor to collagen production," explains Brooke Alpert, registered dietitian and founder of B Nutritious.
When it comes to cooking the most basic of foods - eggs, rice, pasta, you name it - it feels as if you should have already mastered how to cook them to perfection by now.But as your pasta comes out soggy, your poached egg as hard as nails and your ‘fluffy’ rice looking more like rice pudding, it’s time to admit to yourself when you’ve still got a bit to learn.Never fear - while they might take some practice, actually cooking the darned things need not be so hard if you know the right technique. 12 beautiful pictures of pasta to celebrate #WorldPastaDay with Drinking wine before bed could keep you slimmer
Festival season is officially upon us and if you’re anything like me, you’re going to want your makeup and hair to look as good as the perfect outfits you’ve picked out. But being out in the open – exposed to the sun, wind and maybe even a bit of rain can make that a bit challenging. To help you out, we’ve put together a handy list of beauty essentials that you’re going to need to pack along with your flower crowns and ponchos.Click through the gallery above to see more!
Over exfoliating can wreck havoc with your skin making it raw and sensitive. The key is knowing how often you need to exfoliate and finding the right exfoliator for your skin type. If you’re exfoliating with chemicals like Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHAs) and Beta Hydroxy Acid (BHAs), don’t forget the sunscreen! Exfoliating leaves your skin sensitive to the sun so always slather on the SPF before leaving the house to prevent any spots and pigmentation.
I’m a firm believer that prevention is better than cure. Especially when it comes to skin and ageing. Don’t get me wrong, there’s nothing bad about lines or wrinkles. I’d just prefer to delay their appearance for as long as I possibly can.
How many times have you reached your travel destination only to unpack your checked-in luggage to find that your foundation has leaked, or the precious serum you spent $$$ on is now all over your clothes, or that the your favourite eye shadow or blush has completely shattered. Yup, I’ve been there, makeup and heart both shattered into a million pieces. Don’t rely on that “fragile” tag on your bag, here are four packing tips so you’ll never have to find another broken beauty product.
Felicity Hannah Half a lemon in your fridge? Don’t let it go to waste, here are 5 unusual ways you can put it to work… Lemons are great. Good in drinks, good on fish, good squeezed out and added to several teaspoons of sugar before being drizzled over a sponge cake (anyone else salivating now?). The trouble is that you don’t need much lemon to add flavour and so most of us at some point have ended up with half a lemon going slowly wrinkly until we chuck it out.
Eyes are the window to the soul, so wearing glasses can make things a little more complicated when it comes to wearing makeup. Here are eight tips to make your eyes shine and ensure that they aren’t hidden behind your frames. This is one of the most important steps because glasses frame your eye and bring more attention to it.
Harsh winter weather can really take its toll on your skin and despite numerous layers of cosy knits and oversized scarves, we’re often left with scaly skin, chapped lips and painful cracked heels. So we’ve rounded up our favourite 10 nourishing products that will reverse these side effects of winter and keep your moisturized from top to toe!
Yahoo Beauty has interviewed countless experts and tried hundreds of products to acquire serious beauty know-how. Here are 17 key beauty tips from the YB team.
Vacation time is around the corner, which means you may come face to face with airport food. Although recently many airports have started offering healthier fare, there are still many unhealthy choices available; making healthy choices can be difficult, especially when you’re really hungry or thirsty and have nowhere else to go. I was curious to know which foods nutritionists would never grab when faced with this dilemma, so I asked seven nutritionists who like to travel what foods are on their no-no list.
When the mercury drops it’s natural to gravitate towards the cozy. If you’ve been thinking about buying a fur but don’t know where to start, we chatted with Kealan Sullivan, owner of Toronto’s 69 Vintage, to get some tips on how to pick the perfect second-hand pelt.
Smoothies are one of our all-time favorite things to eat (well, drink) on the go. We have them for breakfast, as an afternoon snack, or even as a sweet treat. However, buying a smoothie is often extremely costly (certain juice places even sell them for upwards of $10!). So to spare all of our wallets, we are sharing some life-changing tips and tricks that will help us get into the habit of making smoothies at home. You won’t even need a recipe, just choose a few ingredients that you love, and follow these hacks. Now, if you’ll excuse us, we’ve got some blending to do.1. ...
Ginger is delicious in soups, stir fry, spicy wings and cookies, but peeling and grating the root can be a bear. We’ve made the job much simpler via this Tipline video.