Women spend more time checking out OTHER WOMEN than they do men (and it's their clothes, figures and hair we're most interested in) | UPDATED: 14:16 GMT, 14 November 2012 Ever get the feeling your boyfriend is looking at other women as you walk down the street Well, perhaps he's picking up the habit from you. Women spend more time checking out other women than they do checking out men, keen to see what 'the opposition' is wearing, how much cellulite they have, what their hair looks like and how thin they are, according to a new study.
The secret to glossy hair Go back to your roots | UPDATED: 23:52 GMT, 4 November 2012 With shoulder-length wavy locks that are prone to kink and frizz, I know all about bad hair days. Heavy conditioners make my hair lank, straighteners flatten the life out of it and much of the time it simply won’t behave. The problem, according to L’Oreal, is that I haven’t been treating my scalp well enough.
To find out what REALLY makes you happy, this may be the only self-help book you'll ever need | UPDATED: 22:10 GMT, 21 October 2012 A Design For Life is proof that you can't judge a good book by its cover. The staid-looking hefty tome is, in fact, a 'self-improvement' workbook featuring interactive tools to help you define what really makes you happy. The may just be the only self-help book you'll ever need The tools help you explore what you think about your life, and where, eventually, you want to end up.
Cook with Jamie: Ooooh saucy! Pour some magic over your meals with these simple yet sophisticated sauces | UPDATED: 23:23 GMT, 5 October 2012 This week Jamie is cooking up some great sauces This week I’m giving a bit of love to those humble accompaniments – sauces.
The British fashionista on a mission to make America have more sex… to help them live longer, be happier, and have better hair Yorkshire-born Joanna Coles is the new editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan – the world's largest women's magazine | UPDATED: 12:01 GMT, 23 September 2012 Joanna Coles is perched on an arm of a purple velour sofa in her glass-walled Manhattan office, and talking, without a blush, about sex.
The 10-second life coach: Sit up straight and just watch your thoughts fall into line | UPDATED: 07:13 GMT, 3 September 2012 Do you find yourself slumped and unmotivated in front of your computer at work Take a look at the position of your monitor. Is the centre of it above, below or level with your eyeline According to research, its position could be having a significant effect on your productivity.
'I feel weird and pale': Tanning Mom unveils brand new look after she stops using sunbeds for one WHOLE month | UPDATED: 15:24 GMT, 2 August 2012 Better known as Tanning Mom, Patricia Krentcil and her ultra-bronzed skin tone made headlines around the globe following accusations that she had taken her six-year-old daughter into a tanning booth with her. Now, after a month abstaining from her sunbed habit, the New Jersey mother-of-five has revealed a faired new look in the new issue of In Touch. Although the 44-year-old says everyone thinks her less tan look is an improvement, the stay-at-home mother said: 'I feel weird and pale.' New look: After an entire month abstaining from sunbeds, the New Jersey mother-of-five shows off her fairer self in an In Touch magazine shoot on July 19 In Touch asked Mrs Krentcil to forgo sunbeds for one month before the photo shoot, however the still relatively brown-hued mother admits she couldn't go cold turkey – she still used a self-tanner
'Skin cancer wouldn't stop me': The tanning addict who hasn't missed a day of her $50,000 sunbed habit in ten years | UPDATED: 14:08 GMT, 12 July 2012 The infamous 'tanning mom' changed the way people look at sunbeds forever, but for many, her scary story has far from detered their bronzing obsession, which still consumes their every day lives. Trisha Paytas is one of those women, a model working in Los Angeles, says she hasn't missed a day of tanning in 10 years, a habit which has cost her $5,000 annually, and over $50,000 in total.
How does a man cope when his wife won’t stop breast feeding | UPDATED: 07:19 GMT, 12 July 2012 When James Vincent’s wife Vicky decided to breast-feed their third child, he was nothing but supportive. Their elder children had the benefit of their mother’s milk and he wanted the same for their youngest
Gladly drawn boy: From tantrums to dentist trips, Mother captures 2-year-old son's life by drawing a picture of him EVERY DAY | UPDATED: 09:37 GMT, 29 June 2012 Most parents write diaries or take photos to capture the tender moments of their child's growth.