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Vitamin S – Good Sex Can Keep You Young

Want to halt your beauty clock? Skip the lotions & potions and jump directly into bed: The secret fountain of youth may be lying between your sheets. In a 10-year study on 3500 people by the Royal Edinburgh Hospital in Scotland showed that those who have sex four times a week look approximately 10 years … Continue reading

New Laser Surgery – Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue?

If you are a fan of coloured contact lenses, hear this: The new “Lumineyes” laser treatment from California could be a permanent alternative to your coloured contact lenses. Dr Gregg Homer from Stroma Medical told KTLA he has developed an innovative 20-second laser procedure that will turn brown eyes blue, without damaging vision, for around … Continue reading

The Men Don’t Get It – Why Painful Heels May Not Be Worthwhile

Endure the pain and risk injuries as you teeter-totter all you want, but men apparently don’t even notice when a woman wears high heels. Researchers at the UK’s Northumbria University studied men’s reactions to women walking in heels versus women in flats. They looked at whether the change in body posture brought about by wearing heels, … Continue reading

Men in Heels – Yay or Nay

Leg-elongating, silhouette-flattering and seductively glamorous, it’s no wonder women love to wear killer heels. But it seems like more and more well-heeled men are making the ladies’ fashion weapon-of-choice their own in order to stand out from the crowd. The New York Times recently reported on a rising fashion trend of boys in heels. It’s … Continue reading

Beauty Spots – Moles Are Linked to Delayed Ageing

The secret of supermodel Cindy Crawford’s ageless allure may be out. Individuals with abundance of beauty spots may be genetically protected from many of the ravages of time and may look up to seven years younger than their peers, according to British scientists. In a study conducted by researchers at Kings College London involving over 1000 … Continue reading

Drink and Eat Yourself Skinny, Stress-free & Sexy

Things we want: a sexy svelte bod that slips right into our skinnies, calm cool mental clarity, invigorating non-spastic energy, together with an alluring fresh-from-holiday glow. Things we hope we don’t have to do to get the things we want: tear-inducing chilli powder-based slimming diets, intestine-bursting colonic cleansing detox, a three-month retreat to the Himalayas, … Continue reading

Would You Leave Home With Hairy Legs or Pits? – Tyra Banks on her Shave-cation

By Emily Wong It certainly can feel like a chore some mornings, but a quick informal survey around the office and women I know confirmed that most ladies (and men) agreed that keeping our legs and underarms neatly defuzzed is necessary basic grooming. But for Tyra Banks, there’s no need to bother with the the … Continue reading

Let the Fingers do the Talking – Chanel Shade Parade

By Emily Wong Love this adorable short film titled “Shade Parade” by Chanel. The stars are none other than their most-coveted (and some of my favourite) nail polishes. Well-manicured digits dressed in the shades like Dragon, Black Pearl, Inattendu, Particulière and Orange Fizz skip, swing and sway to the tune of “Little Bitty Pretty One” … Continue reading

Unusually Refreshing – Lady Gaga Goes Au Naturel in “You And I” Fashion Film (VIDEO)

Lady Gaga, known for her controversial avant garde outfits, has collaborated with Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin to create a series of five arty short films to accompany her latest single, “You and I”. The first video, entitled “Haus of Ü Featuring Nymph,” was released on Thursday. The two minute plus video featured Lady … Continue reading

Read Her Lips – The Secret to her Sexual Contentment Lies in the Cupid’s Bow

By Emily Wong We all know sexy puckers tend to get men lusting for love. But do you know that they may also hold the secret to the woman’s sexual fulfillment? A recent study by the University of the West of Scotland found that women with prominent, sharply raised points or  ‘tubercles’ on their upper … Continue reading