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Makeover queen Trinny Woodall’s 30-second trick to brighten your eyes

Makeover queen Trinny Woodall’s 30-second trick to brighten your eyes

The trick from the UK television presenter and founder of Trinny London involves exaggerated blinking movements.

  • by Stephanie Darling

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Jodie Comer: from TV’s sexiest villain to big-screen geek hero

Jodie Comer: from TV’s sexiest villain to big-screen geek hero

Having moved seamlessly from television’s sexiest villain to big-screen geek hero, it’s no wonder Jodie Comer is one of Hollywood’s hottest stars right now.

  • by Michael Idato
Hugh Sheridan: ‘I wasn’t opposed to meeting a girl, but it just so happened I met a guy’

Hugh Sheridan: ‘I wasn’t opposed to meeting a girl, but it just so happened I met a guy’

“I’d actually met another guy at the same party who was kinder and nicer,” says the actor on his relationship.

  • by Jane Rocca
‘After the car hit me, I saw myself on the bonnet, begging the driver to stop’

‘After the car hit me, I saw myself on the bonnet, begging the driver to stop’

Former lawyer Kate Cliff, 36, radically altered the course of her life after she had a brush with death 10 years ago.

  • by Dilvin Yasa
Your Weekly Horoscope for August 1-8

Your Weekly Horoscope for August 1-8

Free weekly horoscope for each star sign from renowned astrologer Hedy Damari. Forecasts for the week ahead in life, love and career.

  • by Hedy Damari
Saying goodbye to my awful menopause symptoms with hormone therapy

Saying goodbye to my awful menopause symptoms with hormone therapy

Like many women, I’d heard mixed reports on using HRT, so naturally had quite a few questions for my gynaecologist beforehand.

  • by Stephanie Darling
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The furry stranger knocking at my door changed my life

The furry stranger knocking at my door changed my life

“He thrust his face at me. A normal fox would have run away when the door opened. His boldness suggested that I was in his territory, instead of the other way around.”

  • by Catherine Raven
Annabel Crabb’s favourite era – for fashion, not politics

Annabel Crabb’s favourite era – for fashion, not politics

“I’m influenced by lots of things from the past and I like the opportunity to bring them back.”

  • by Georgie Gordon
‘I was successful, rich and terribly unhappy’: Natalie Imbruglia on life after Torn

‘I was successful, rich and terribly unhappy’: Natalie Imbruglia on life after Torn

After a rocket ride to stardom via Neighbours, the huge international hit Torn and a string of acclaimed releases, Natalie Imbruglia is back with a new album … and the child she’s always wanted.

  • by Rosamund Dean
‘I could no longer look away’: a science reporter’s tipping point

‘I could no longer look away’: a science reporter’s tipping point

I don’t know why I thought snow would be magically immune to climate change. But logically, can you think of anything more vulnerable to rising temperatures than snow?

  • by Jonica Newby
How author Nikki Gemmell healed after being jilted at the altar

How author Nikki Gemmell healed after being jilted at the altar

“He’d envisaged me as the woman who’d look after the kids, not being a flourishing writer. He didn’t see me as a creative equal,” says the Dissolve author.

  • by Robyn Doreian