Ah Oaks Day. For many celebrities, it’s the final thrill of being in hair and make-up at 4am before they can put back on their active wear until the summer polo season. For us, it’s the last chance before Christmas really to see what each stylist/celebrity has in their deck. After the fervour of Cup

Just two polishes and a toothpick. Courtesy of Brand Nail art in 2011? Cool AF. Nail art in 2017? Not so much. At least, not the nail art of yesteryear, with intricate little butterflies and flowers and phrases painted across your nail beds. But we’re not saying nail art is dead—no, quite the contrary; it’s

PHOTO: Desiree Navarro Let’s be real: At this point, millennial pink is a little done. We’ll always love the color that briefly took over every aspect of our lives, but the world’s moved onto bigger and better things. Millennial pink is dead; long live millennial peach, especially because Troian Bellisario just dyed her whole head

The 2017 Melbourne Cup has officially kicked off, and with it, plenty of celebrities donning the the very best in spring racing style. This year’s international guests include model-of-the-moment Paris Jackson and supermodel Lara Stone, while racing regulars Jennifer Hawkins, Jodi Anasta and Jesinta Franklin are also in attendance. Unlike Derby Day, which follows a

News flash: right now is the most popular time to change the cut and colour of your hair. As spring inches closer to summer and party season awaits, there’s no better time to book in for a refresh. Acclaimed hair stylist and Philips HairCare ambassador Paloma Rose Garcia of Oscar Oscar Paddington schooled us on

Relive the best style moments from Derby Day: Shot on Google Pixel 2 Posted by ELLE Australia on Saturday, November 4, 2017 Kicking off the Melbourne Cup Carnival in style, Derby Day undoubtedly delivered on the elegant black-and-white style brief. But it wasn’t just the dresses, tailored jumpsuits and chic outerwear that caught our eye at

Getty Don’t get us wrong, we love a good beauty hack. Some ideas are genius and you can get amazing results. But sometimes you can take a hack too far, and it can go seriously wrong. Here, we’ve rounded up seven Pinterest beauty DIYs that are actually DON’TS. 1. Making eyeliner out of crushed Oreo cookies It’s

YouTube / Natasha Lee It’s almost the end of 2017, folks, and if there’s anything I learned it’s that the love of watching popped pimples has not wavered over time. Dr. Pimple Popper will be employed forever due to society’s disgusting curiosity and weird satisfaction from watching pimples/cysts/blackheads/milia get popped. This is the world we live

Because few things are worse than a bad dye job. Getty Images A new hair color can really make a statement—for better or for worse. Sometimes a dramatic change (like say, switching from brunette to platinum blonde) can help refresh your look and make you feel more confident and more “you.” But other times, if that color

Debunking beauty hacks

by Sanaya Chavda / Thursday, 02 November 2017

Experts weigh in on some common skin and hair care solutions made popular by bloggers. You’ve probably seen the YouTube videos or checked the Instagram posts — there are various beauty hacks that bloggers and even models swear by. But while they appear to be an easy and often cheap solution, do they work and

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