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Marilyn Monroe’s lips and Cheryl Cole smoky eyes – most iconic beauty trends of all time

Marilyn Monroe’s siren red lips have been voted the most iconic beauty trend of all time. The Hollywood sex symbol sported the striking bright pout during the 1950s and 1960s, but most famously in the 1955 film The Seven Year Itch. Her look was later copied by Robert Palmer’s backing singers in the 1980s Addicted [...]


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Posted by Ben Harrow

Women choose to grow old gracefully at 59

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Women choose to grow old gracefully at the age of 59, a survey has revealed. Researchers pinpointed the age women believe they should ditch things such as false nails, red lipstick, high-heels and tight fitting clothes and adopt a more natural look. The study found that miniskirts need to be banished by the age of [...]


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Changing Tastes

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Mineral water, olives and pro-biotic drinks have taken over from lard, fish paste and liver as British fridge staples, it emerged yesterday. A healthier approach to life has also seen dripping, kidneys and black pudding disappear to be replaced by curry paste, hummus and pre-prepared bags of salad. It also emerged marmalade and preserves have [...]


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Posted by James Coleman

Lost and Found

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British adults will misplace an incredible 198,743 items in their lifetime, it was revealed yesterday. Research revealed the average Brit will lose up to NINE items every day, some briefly, with car keys, house keys, mobile phones and paperwork vanishing most regularly. The findings emerged in a study of 3,000 adults, which also revealed ten [...]


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Posted by James Coleman

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